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Resumenes De Textos quotes by Deborah Harkness
#1. I turned to leave, then whirled around and flung my arms around Philippe's massive shoulders. How could such a man ever be broken? "What is it?" Philippe murmured, taken aback. "You will not be alone either, Philippe de Clermont," I whispered fiercely. "I'll find a way to be with you in the darkness, I promise. And when you think the whole world has abandoned you, I'll be there, holding your hand." "How could it be otherwise," Philippe said gently, "when you are in my heart? #Quote by Deborah Harkness
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Oscar Wilde
#2. I blame myself without reserve for my weakness. It was merely weakness. One half-hour with Art was always more to me than a cycle with you. Nothing really at any period of my life was ever of the smallest importance to me compared with Art. But in the case of an artist, weakness is nothing less than a crime, when it is a weakness that paralyses the imagination. #Quote by Oscar Wilde
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Baron De Montesquieu
#3. I never listen to calumnies, because if they are untrue I run the risk of being deceived, and if they be true, of hating persons not worth thinking about. #Quote by Baron De Montesquieu
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Antoine De Saint Exupery
#4. It is a good thing to have had a friend, even if one is about to die. I, for instance, am very glad to have had a fox as a friend . #Quote by Antoine De Saint Exupery
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Robert De Niro
#5. I didn't have a problem with rejection, because when you go into an audition, you're rejected already. There are hundreds of other actors. You're behind the eight ball when you go in there. #Quote by Robert De Niro
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Alexandre Dumas
#6. On the 24th of February, 1810, the look-out at Notre-Dame de la Garde signalled the three-master, the Pharaon from Smyrna, Trieste, and Naples. #Quote by Alexandre Dumas
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Pierre De Coubertin
#7. Sport must be accessible to working class youth. #Quote by Pierre De Coubertin
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Herbert G. De Lisser
#8. I can't say that I like mysteries unless I can solve them. #Quote by Herbert G. De Lisser
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Pierre-Jean De Beranger
#9. It is better to decide a difference between enemies than friends, for one of our friends will certainly become an enemy and one of our enemies a friend. #Quote by Pierre-Jean De Beranger
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Elsie De Wolfe
#10. I believe in optimism & plenty of white paint. #Quote by Elsie De Wolfe
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Bartolome De Las Casas
#11. I write ... in order to help ensure that the teeming millions in the New World, for whose sins Christ gave His life, do not continue to die in ignorance, but rather are brought to knowledge of God and thereby saved. #Quote by Bartolome De Las Casas
Resumenes De Textos quotes by San Juan De La Cruz
#12. My soul hath wrestled in it. . . . My belly was troubled in seeking it; therefore shall I possess a good possession.4 #Quote by San Juan De La Cruz
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Saint Francis De Sales
#13. Where there is peace and meditation, there is neither anxiety nor doubt. #Quote by Saint Francis De Sales
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Luc De Clapiers
#14. Fools do not understand men of intelligence. #Quote by Luc De Clapiers
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Alfred-Maurice De Zayas
#15. Self-censorship as a result of intimidation or social pressures, sometimes referred to as "political correctness", constitutes a serious obstacle to the proper functioning of democracy. It is important to hear the views of all persons,including the "silent majority", and to give heed to the weaker voices. #Quote by Alfred-Maurice De Zayas
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Milan Kundera
#16. When I described Madame de T's night, I recalled the well-known equation from one of the first chapters of the textbook of existential mathematics: the degree of speed is directly proportional to the intensity of forgetting. From that equation we can deduce various corrollaries, for instance this one: our period is given over to the demon of speed, and that is the reason it so easily forgets its own self. Now I would reverse that statement and say: our period is obsessed by the desire to forget, and it is to fulfill that desire that it gives over to the demon of speed; it picks up the pace to show us that it no longer wishes to be remembered; that it is tired of itself; sick of itself; that it wants to blow out the tiny trembling flame of memory. #Quote by Milan Kundera
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Lourd Ernest H. De Veyra
#17. Sometimes memory can be real bitch. #Quote by Lourd Ernest H. De Veyra
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Edouard Rene De Laboulaye
#18. With patience everything comes in due season. #Quote by Edouard Rene De Laboulaye
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Marisa De Los Santos
#19. Yes, it's true, what I said earlier: A real life doesn't mean geting what you want; the achievement, the privilege, too, is knowing what you love.But getting what you love? Having what you love love you back? Oh, my friend, it's miracle: your one tiny life's head-on collision with divinity. #Quote by Marisa De Los Santos
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Eddie  De Jong
#20. There are no right of wrong answers in goal setting. What works for you? #Quote by Eddie De Jong
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Giacomo Casanova De Seingalt
#21. What has infused my very blood with an unconquerable hatred of the whole tribe of fools from the day of my birth is that I become a fool myself whenever I am in their company. #Quote by Giacomo Casanova De Seingalt
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Paul Aertker
#22. The sign above the door was written in French. It read: ARRÊTE ! C'EST ICI L'EMPIRE DE LA MORT.
"That means," he explained to Gini, "'Stop! It is here the Empire of Death. #Quote by Paul Aertker
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Matt De La Pena
#23. A lot of people ask me, 'Are you born a writer?' And I don't think it's necessarily true. I just think what you either have or you don't is this ability to see something that's complex and worth talking about. #Quote by Matt De La Pena
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Bret Easton Ellis
#24. and the girl and I get into her car and drive off into the hills and we go to her room and I take off my clothes and lie on her bed and she goes into the bathroom and I wait a couple of minutes and then she finally comes out, a towel wrapped around her, and sits on the bed and I put my hands on her shoulders, and she says stop it and, after I let her go, she tells me to lean against the headboard and I do and then she takes off the towel and she's naked and she reaches into the drawer by her bed and brings out a tube of Bain De Soleil and she hands it to me and then she reaches into the drawer and brings out a pair of Wayfarer sunglasses and she tells me to put them on and I do. And she takes the tube of suntan lotion form me and squeezes some onto her fingers and then touches herself and motions for me to do the same, and I do. After a while I stop and reach over to her and she stops me and says no, and then places my hand back on myself and her hand begins again and after this goes on for a while I tell her that I'm going to come and she tells me to hold on a minute and that she's almost there and she begins to move her hand faster, spreading her legs wider, leaning back against the pillows, and I take the sunglasses off and she tells me to put them back on and I put them back on and it stings when I come and then I guess she comes too. Bowie's on the stereo and she gets up, flushed, and turns the stereo off and turns on MTV. I lie there, naked, sunglasses still on and she #Quote by Bret Easton Ellis
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Michel De Montaigne
#25. The natural heat, say the good-fellows,
first seats itself in the feet: that concerns infancy; thence it mounts into the middle
region, where it makes a long abode and produces, in my opinion, the sole true pleasures of human life; all other pleasures in comparison sleep; towards the end, like a vapor that still mounts upward, it arrives at the throat, where it makes its final residence, and concludes the progress. #Quote by Michel De Montaigne
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Alfred De Musset
#26. Any cigar smoker is a friend, because I know how he feels. #Quote by Alfred De Musset
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Alexis De Tocqueville
#27. In the States of New England, from the first, the condition of the poor was provided for; #Quote by Alexis De Tocqueville
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Miguel De Cervantes
#28. Happy the man to whom heaven has given a morsel of bread without laying him under the obligation of thanking any other for it than heaven itself. #Quote by Miguel De Cervantes
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Alfred De Musset
#29. The return makes one love the farewell. #Quote by Alfred De Musset
Resumenes De Textos quotes by Timothee De Fombelle
#30. The shot has gone under my rib, Boulard my boy, so it must have been the shortest one who fired.
Even his final sigh was a police investigation. #Quote by Timothee De Fombelle

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