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Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Carlos Ghosn
#1. Being in a multicultural environment in childhood is going to give you intuition, reflexes and instincts. You may acquire basic responsiveness later on, but it's never going to be as spontaneous as when you have been bathing in this environment during childhood. #Quote by Carlos Ghosn
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Devdutt Pattanaik
#2. Medical training taught me the art of breaking down the complex maze of stories, symbols and rituals into clear systems. You could say that it helped me figure out the anatomy and physiology of mythology and its relevance in a society more incisively. How is it that no society can, or does, exist without them? #Quote by Devdutt Pattanaik
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Stuart Cloete
#3. Fear had an anatomy. A curious thought. It had genitals, a bladder and bowls. That was where you felt fear. Not in your head. It was between your legs. It affected your excretion. It emptied you. It turned your bowls to water. It is disgusting. #Quote by Stuart Cloete
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by David Levithan
#4. Next to it was a dvd called 'as i get laid dying,' which had a hospital scene on the front. it was like grey's anatomy, only with less grey and more anatomy. #Quote by David Levithan
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Francis Crick
#5. There is no scientific study more vital to man than the study of his own brain. Our entire view of the universe depends on it. #Quote by Francis Crick
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Joe Brooks
#6. One way at a time I'll try to lend these broken hands of mine give my strength, be my light. #Quote by Joe Brooks
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Janet Evanovich
#7. It's not a nice thing to send a penis to a woman. It's disrespectful. #Quote by Janet Evanovich
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Anita Roddick
#8. Speed, agility and responsiveness are the keys to future success. #Quote by Anita Roddick
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Tom Clancy
#9. The jungle, Chavez thought. It smelled, but he didn't mind the smell so much as the snakes. Chavez had never told anyone about it, but he hated and feared snakes. All kinds of snakes. He didn't know why - and it troubled him that fear of snakes was associated with women, not men - but even the thought of the slithering, slimy things made his skin crawl, those legless lizards with flicking tongues and lidless eyes. They hung from branches and hid under fallen trees, waiting for him to pass so that they could strike at whatever part of his anatomy offered itself. He knew that they would if they got the chance. He was sure that he would die if they did. So he kept alert. No snake would get him, not so long as he stayed alert. At least he had a silenced weapon. That way he could kill them without noise. Fuckin' snakes. #Quote by Tom Clancy
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Meredith Grey
#10. Change. We don't like it. We fear it, but we can't stop it from coming. We either adapt to change or we get left behind. It hurts to grow, anybody who tells you it doesn't is lying, but here's the truth sometimes the more things change the more they stay the same. And sometimes, oh, sometimes change is good. Sometimes change is everything. #Quote by Meredith Grey
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Amir D. Aczel
#11. [Davidson] Black procured cadavers for research, obtained from the Peking police department. These cadavers were mostly of people who had been executed for various crimes; the police regularly sent Black truckloads of the bodies of the executed convicts. Execution in China was by beheading, and thus the cadavers Black received lacked heads and had mutilated necks. After some time, he asked the police whether there was any possibility of getting better dead bodies for research - corpses that were intact. The next day, he received a shipment of convicts, all chained together, with a note from the police asking him to kill them in any way he chose. #Quote by Amir D. Aczel
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Jerome Groopman
#12. Hope is one of our central emotions, but we are often at a loss when asked to define it. Many of us confuse hope with optimism, a prevailing attitude that "things turn out for the best." But hope differs from optimism. Hope does not arise from being told to "Think Positively," or from hearing an overly rosy forecast. Hope, unlike optimism, is rooted in unalloyed reality. Although there is no uniform definition of hope, I found on that seemed to capture what my patients had taught me. Hope is the elevating feeling we experience when we see - in the mind's eye- a path to a better future. Hope acknowledges the significant obstacles and deep pitfalls along that path. True hope has no room for delusion. #Quote by Jerome Groopman
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Rob Shepherd
#13. One thing that unites us all, one thing is universal among the human species; the anatomy. Big, small, fat, thin, colour or creed are irrelevant. Under the skin, under the flesh, we are one and the same. We desire the same things; love, money, power. All the things we can not have, not without cost. #Quote by Rob Shepherd
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Sinclair Lewis
#14. Reading old Gray? That's right. Physician's library just three books: 'Gray's Anatomy' and Bible and Shakespeare. Study. You may become great doctor. #Quote by Sinclair Lewis
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Elena Gorokhova
#15. I still know this place and its people to the marrow of their bones, to their soft, unguarded core, which had once sustained my own life, yet I am as much of an outsider here as I am on the other side of the world, in my adopted country. The truth is that there is no bridge between the two lives - the past and the present - that would conveniently span the memory of loss and the promise of an onward search. There is only a wound, the inner divide of exile. A daughter of an anatomy professor, I should have known that sliced hearts do not become whole, that split souls do not mend. Along with all those who left their countries for other shores, I belong in neither land. #Quote by Elena Gorokhova
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Philip Kitcher
#16. There are actually two separate issues here. The first is whether (as ancient philosophers and Nietzsche assume) only the privileged elite can live a worthwhile life. The second is whether it's possible to fulfill the roles of both serious artist and upstanding citizen. It seems to me that philosophy can dissect both questions, by delineating clearly the anatomy of the good life and the structural conditions of the roles. #Quote by Philip Kitcher
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Dalton Trumbo
#17. He would be an educational exhibit. People wouldn't learn much about the anatomy from him but they would learn all there was to know about war. That would be a great thing to concentrate war into one stump of a body and to show it to people so they could see the difference between a war that's in the newspaper headlines and liberty loan drives and a war that is fought out lonesomely in the mud somewhere a war between man and a high explosive shell. #Quote by Dalton Trumbo
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Michele Wolf
#18. In two of your poems you called that central
Passage of womanhood a wound,
Instead of a curtain guarding a silken
Trail of sighs. How many men,
Upon regarding such beauty, helplessly
Touching it, recklessly needing
To enter its warmth again and again,
Have assumed it embodies their own ache
Of absence, the personal
Gash that has punished their lives.
So endowed of anatomy, any woman
Who has been loved
Knows that her tenderest blush
Of tissue is a luxe burden of have.
Although it bleeds, this is only to cleanse,
To prepare yet another nesting for love.
It is not a wound, friend.
It is a home for you.
It is a way into the world. #Quote by Michele Wolf
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Meredith Grey
#19. Just like we need food and water, humans need each other. A brain study revealed that when placed in an MRI, a patient's reward center lit up when another person sat in the room. Neurons fire when talk to someone, think about someone, and they go haywire when we hold someone's hand. Our brains and bodies are actually programmed to seek each other out and connect. So then why do so many people prefer being alone? Why do we often run for the hills when we feel the slightest connection? Why we do we feel compelled to fight what we're hardwired to do? Maybe it's because when we find someone or something to hold on to, that feeling becomes like air. And we're terrified we're going to lose it. And trust me, you can get pretty good at the alone thing. But most things are better when they're shared with someone else. #Quote by Meredith Grey
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by William Blake
#20. The gulfing whale was like a dot in the spell. Yet look upon it, and 'twould size and swell To its huge self, and the minutest fish Would pass the very hardest gazer's wish, And show his little eye's anatomy. #Quote by William Blake
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Matthew Norman
#21. There's a line in one of my dad's novels about the most beautiful parts of the female anatomy being the ones that are the most innocent - the ones that have never been scandalized by nudity. #Quote by Matthew Norman
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by H.P. Lovecraft
#22. The cat is classic whilst the dog is Gothic - nowhere in the animal world can we discover such really Hellenic perfection of form, with anatomy adapted to function, as in the felidae. #Quote by H.P. Lovecraft
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Rick Wagoner
#23. I remember very clearly at the first budget review having a pretty direct conversation with the head of manufacturing ... We began to get huge improvements in productivity and responsiveness. I got a chance to see that firsthand. #Quote by Rick Wagoner
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Robert Genn
#24. Perhaps we might, within the anatomy of our imaginations, think once more of the naked body as a vessel of grace, taste and wonder. In the spotted history of art, stranger things have happened. #Quote by Robert Genn
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Carl Sagan
#25. Some evidence suggests the left-handers are more likely to have problems with such left-hemisphere functions as reading, writing, speaking and arithmetic; and to be more adept at such right -hemisphere functions as imagination, pattern recognition and general creativity. #Quote by Carl Sagan
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Brenna Aubrey
#26. I held up my Gray's Anatomy by way of answering. She huffed. Why don't you just watch the TV show instead of reading that big fat book? #Quote by Brenna Aubrey
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Sherrilyn Kenyon
#27. Have you any idea how hard it is to go nine months out of the year with no sex when you're married to such a fine piece of male anatomy that he should have been the god of fertility instead of the god of death? #Quote by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Henry De Vere Stacpoole
#28. When we have learnt to call storms, storms, and death, death, and birth, birth, when we have mastered the sailor's horn-book and Mr Piddington's law of cyclones, Ellis's anatomy and Lewer's midwifery, we have already made ourself half blind. We have become hypnotized by words and names. We think in words and names, not in ideas; the commonplace has triumphed, the true intellect is half crushed. #Quote by Henry De Vere Stacpoole
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Meredith Grey
#29. I've heard that it's possible to grow up, I've just never met anyone who's actually done it. Without parents to defy, we break the rules we make for ourselves. We throw tantrums when things don't go our way. We whisper secrets with our best friend in the dark. We look for comfort where we can find it. And we hope against all logic, against all experience, like children, we never give up hope. #Quote by Meredith Grey
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
#30. What do you study?"

"As much as we know of the different sciences. We have, within our limits, a good deal of knowledge of anatomy, physiology, nutrition - all that pertains to a full and beautiful personal life. We have our botany and chemistry, and so on - very rudimentary, but interesting; our own history, with its accumulating psychology."

"You put psychology with history - not with personal life?"

"Of course. It is ours; it is among and between us, and it changes with the succeeding and improving generations. We are at work, slowly and carefully, developing our whole people along these lines. It is glorious work - splendid! To see the thousands of babies improving, showing stronger clearer minds, sweeter dispositions, higher capacities - don't you find it so in your country? #Quote by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Linda Barlow
#31. I'm taking notes for the Good Boyfriend app on my smartphone. Velvety dark chocolate, check. What are your favorite flowers?" "Tulips. There's a Good Boyfriend App?" She was laughing openly again. "If there isn't, there should be. An alarm goes off on birthdays and important anniversaries, and there's a little Google map of the female anatomy so you know exactly where to flick your tongue during oral sex. #Quote by Linda Barlow
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Mary Roach
#32. The traditional gross anatomy lab represented a sort of sink-or-swim mentality about dealing with death. To cope with what was being asked of them, medical students had to find ways to desensitize themselves. They quickly learned to objectify cadavers, to think of the dead as structures and tissues, and not a former human being. Humor--at the cadaver's expense--was tolerated, condoned even. #Quote by Mary Roach
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Suzy Kassem
#33. Vibration is the core of the spirit. It is the breath of life. #Quote by Suzy Kassem
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#34. Reporters insist on portraying me as a curiosity. Rather like a talking horse."
"You're an unusual woman."
"Not really. Many thousands of women have the minds and temperaments to practice medicine. However, no medical school here will admit a female, which is why I had to study and train in France. I was fortunate enough to become certified before the British Medical Association closed the loopholes to prevent other women from doing the same."
"What did your father say about it?"
"At fist he was against the idea. He thought it indecent for a woman to have such an occupation. Viewing unclothed people, and so forth. However, as I pointed out to him, if we're made in God's image, there can be nothing wrong with the study of the human body. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Dorothy M. Richardson
#35. That other thing, The Anatomy of Melancholy. Fascinating. But it would take so much reading, on and on forgetting everything; all the ordinary things, seeing things in some new way, some way that fascinated people for a moment if you tried to talk about it and then made them very angry[...] Impossible to take it out and have it on the schoolroom table for tea-time reading. #Quote by Dorothy M. Richardson
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Penny Reid
#36. What is your least favorite part of the male anatomy?" "Uh ... what?" "Come on." I nudged her shoulder. "You have to have a least favorite part." Marie stared at me for a beat then blinked rapidly. "Really? I just pour out my heart to you and ... ." "Balls," Ashley announced unceremoniously from her place on the floor. Elizabeth snickered. "Oh, my lord." Marie covered her face with her hands and shook her head. I ignored her and leaned closer to Ashley. "I know, right? I mean, shouldn't those things be on the inside?" Janie's thoughtfully distracted voice chimed in. "I feel like the rest of the male body makes a lot of sense. And then ... balls." "Yes!" "It makes me think maybe God is an alien or ran out of alluring parts before he got to the male reproductive system." "They never look nice; it's basically impossible. You can't dress them up, and I've seen a lot of balls in the ER. I've never seen a man's balls and thought to myself, Now that guy has a great set of testicles #Quote by Penny Reid
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Michael Gurnow
#37. My wife also contributed to my poison ivy education. She taught me women have an aversion to 'red, bumpy men' and are not the least bit aroused by any part of the male anatomy which happens to be infected. However, this was not a problem. My infestation was so severe, the act of scratching produced orgasmic waves of delight that made me consider scheduling weekly au naturel pilgrimages through lush, rolling fields of the devil vine. #Quote by Michael Gurnow
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Mary Roach
#38. Few sciences are as rooted in shame, infamy, and bad PR as human anatomy. The troubles began in Alexandrian Egypt, circa 300 B.C. King Ptolemy I was the first leader to deem it a-okay for medical types to cut open the dead for the purpose of figuring out how bodies work. #Quote by Mary Roach
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Olivia Parker
#39. My lord? Are you all right?"
Rothbury inhaled the fresh, almost lemon-tinged air wafting before him, the scent seeping deep into his lungs coaxing forth an unexpected pang of responsiveness.
Eyes of sapphire blurred and spun before his gaze. "'Tempt not a desperate man.'"
"I believe that's enough Shakespeare for one evening, my lord."
For a moment the air seemed to sparkle about her head, causing him added confusion. "Are you an angel?" he heard himself mutter. #Quote by Olivia Parker
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Meredith Grey
#40. I'm all glued back together now. I make no apologies for how I chose to repair what you broke. You don't get to call me a whore. #Quote by Meredith Grey
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Shonda Rhimes
#41. Do you know who you are? Do you understand what has happened to you? Do you want to live this way? #Quote by Shonda Rhimes
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
#42. As for your back rubs ... Study an anatomy book, pal, because what you've been rubbing isn't my back. #Quote by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Rachel Hartman
#43. You mistake me. You'd be perfectly safe with my men,' said Gen shrewdly. 'If they touched a hair on your head, I'd make them castameri with this left hand.' Tess didn't know the term, but Gen made a clawed, cupping gesture, leaving no doubt as to what she would grasp and pluck like fruit. Tess flinched, and she didn't even own the requisite anatomy.
'Now ask me what I'll be doing with my other hand,' Boss Gen stage-whispered.
'Uh, what will you be doing, uh, with your - ' began Tess, not sure she wanted to know.
'I'll be writing a sonnet!' cried Gen, slapping her desk. #Quote by Rachel Hartman
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by John Dewey
#44. With respect to the development of powers devoted to coping with specific scientific and economic problems we may say that the child should be growing in manhood. With respect to sympathetic curiosity, unbiased responsiveness, and openness of mind, we may say that the adult should be growing in childlikeness. #Quote by John Dewey
Responsiveness Anatomy quotes by Louisa Preston
#45. The analytical nature of science gives us the ability to perceive the anatomy of the universe and every molecule in it, but it is the human imagination that gives it life. #Quote by Louisa Preston

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