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The Great Phrehaps quotes by John Green
#1. In the dark beside me, she smelled of sweat and sunshine and vanilla, #Quote by John Green
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Josh Lanyon
#2. I noticed you right away." She gave me an approving look. "I like quiet, polite men. And men who wear Hugo Boss. I was hoping you weren't gay. Or that you were only half-gay. Like Paul."
"Uh ... sorry," I said. "It's pretty much full-time now. The pay's not great, but the perks ... #Quote by Josh Lanyon
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Prince Akwarandu
#3. Recognizing your own progress is a huge part of feeling motivated to do more. Your brain is a great tool for your success. It is hard at work and automating the new things you are doing even when you are taking a break. #Quote by Prince Akwarandu
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Keshia Knight Pulliam
#4. Girls will go out and spend $200 or $300 dollars on a pair of shoes, but you should also be taking care of your skin. That's the first thing people see. I think it's an investment. It's a lot cheaper to use really great products now, rather than trying to fix problematic skin later on in life. That's always been my motto. #Quote by Keshia Knight Pulliam
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Nikki Sixx
#5. A friend tells you the truth, that your breath stinks and you need a bath. An enemy tells you that you look great and you shouldn't change a thing. #Quote by Nikki Sixx
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Samuel Smiles
#6. The very greatest things - great thoughts, discoveries, inventions - have usually been nurtured in hardship, often pondered over in sorrow, and at length established with difficulty. #Quote by Samuel Smiles
The Great Phrehaps quotes by George W. Bush
#7. For a century and a half now, America and Japan have formed one of the great and enduring alliances of modern times. #Quote by George W. Bush
The Great Phrehaps quotes by William Kitchiner
#8. Coffee as drunk in England, debilitates the stomach, and produces a slight nausea ... it is usually made from bad Coffee, served out tepid and muddy, and drowned in a deluge of water. #Quote by William Kitchiner
The Great Phrehaps quotes by George Eliot
#9. I am not at all sure that the majority of the human race have not been ugly, and even among those "lords of their kind," the British, squat figures, ill-shapen nostrils, and dingy complexions are not startling exceptions. Yet there is a great deal of family love amongst us. I have a friend or two whose class of features is such that the Apollo curl on the summit of their brows would be decidedly trying; yet to my certain knowledge tender hearts have beaten for them, and their miniatures - flattering, but still not lovely - are kissed in secret by motherly lips. I have seen many an excellent matron, who could have never in her best days have been handsome, and yet she had a packet of yellow love-letters in a private drawer, and sweet children showered kisses on her sallow cheeks. And I believe there have been plenty of young heroes, of middle stature and feeble beards, who have felt quite sure they could never love anything more insignificant than a Diana, and yet have found themselves in middle life happily settled with a wife who waddles. Yes! Thank God; human feeling is like the mighty rivers that bless the earth: it does not wait for beauty - it flows with resistless force and brings beauty with it. #Quote by George Eliot
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#10. It was a lone voice in the middle of the ocean, but it was heard at great depth and great distance. #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Lyndon B. Johnson
#11. It now seems to be quite a thing to pull down the mighty from their seats and roll them in the mire. This practice deserves pronounced condemnation. Hero worship is a tremendous force in uplifting and strengthening. Humanity, let us have our heroes. Let us continue to believe that some have been truly great. #Quote by Lyndon B. Johnson
The Great Phrehaps quotes by John Taskinsoy
#12. With a little encouragement and support we can help children unleash their true capacity to invent great things in life which could be the ingredients in the creation if great civilizations. #Quote by John Taskinsoy
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Van Dyke Parks
#13. Well, to me, the tensile strength and the very definition of an artist is something that I would place at the top of a vertical hierarchy. To be an artist is to suffer and to lead a life without shelter. It takes a great amount of daring-do, self reinvention, imagination, familial loyalty, sacrifice, economic uncertainty, and the right to be wrong, the right to fail in order to achieve something of noticeable value. #Quote by Van Dyke Parks
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Robin McKinley
#14. The world turned, and new stories rose up, and the legends of the old days faltered a little, or turned themselves in their course to keep up with the lives of their people, and the lives of great-grandchildren of those they had first known. #Quote by Robin McKinley
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Jason Versey
#15. I believe a man's finest hour often comes when he is at his weakest. When he is broken, affronted and at a place of great emotional transparency. It's there he has the rare insight of an inescapable truth…he's merely a man. As his bravado washes away into a puddle of reflective tears, it reveals that he is merely flesh, blood and bones and amounts to very little without the love and guidance of our creator. It's only then, that I believe, a man begins to truly find his way. #Quote by Jason Versey
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Nevil Shute
#16. I still think Connie was a human man, a very, very good one - but a man. I have been wrong in my judgments many times before; if now I am ignorant and blind, I'm sorry, but it's no new thing. If that should be the case though, it means that I have had great privileges in my life, perhaps more so than any man alive today. Because it means that on the fields and farms of England, on the airstrips of the desert and the jungle, in the hangars of the Persian Gulf and on the tarmacs of the southern islands, I have walked and talked with God. #Quote by Nevil Shute
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Alfred Stieglitz
#17. The great geniuses are those who have kept their childlike spirit and have added to it breadth of vision and experience. #Quote by Alfred Stieglitz
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Robert Benchley
#18. Breaking the ice in the pitcher seems to be a feature of the early lives of all great men. #Quote by Robert Benchley
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Dayo Benson
#19. The pastor concluded by saying, 'Even if you have always had it perfect: loving parents, a loving spouse, and you've never been hurt or let down, that's great but it's still a poor representation of the love that God offers you. God will always love you stronger and deeper than any person ever can. #Quote by Dayo Benson
The Great Phrehaps quotes by William S. Burroughs
#20. Well, as you can plainly see, the possibilities are endless like meandering paths in a great big beautiful garden. #Quote by William S. Burroughs
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Norman Vincent Peale
#21. Let us move into the New Year with a great sense of the thrill of living. #Quote by Norman Vincent Peale
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Kurt Eggers
#22. The radio truck has driven up to us in the forest. Already an hour earlier – hardly that we had received the news the Führer would speak – we shaved (lacking water, one can very well use coffee) and cleaned the uniform.
We now have war with England and France as well! It will become a difficult struggle and we in no way surrender to cheap optimism. But the faith in the Führer's genius is unshakeable. Our enemies have no leader and hence no political faith. We cannot imagine that they over there, our enemies, know at all for what they fight for. Hence they are soldiers without passion.
We will – simply because the Führer has taught us the style of a political existence – fight more persevering, more fanatically and more ruthlessly than our opponents. We have taken a great pledge: Either Europe will belong to us – the purified, hardened in itself, Germanic stamped Europe – or we will disappear from the stage of world history, such as the enemies of German freedom hope.
That the future belongs to us, is certain to us. Certainty that we owe our Führer. To fight in such certainty, is for us soldiers of 1939 the highest, manliest, most warlike happiness, for which our sons and grandchildren will one day envy us!
What a difference to 1914! #Quote by Kurt Eggers
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Diane Setterfield
#23. After a great many questions I eventually ascertained that he is suffering from some kind of disorder of the mind. Is there anything more sorrowful than a brain whose proper function has been disrupted? #Quote by Diane Setterfield
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Isidor Isaac Rabi
#24. [Science is] a great game. It is inspiring and refreshing. The playing field is the universe itself. #Quote by Isidor Isaac Rabi
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Shelley Jackson
#25. Nobody can remember when the sperm became large enough to see, but we agree on this: once that point was reached, every generation topped the last. They went from guppy to goldfish, and before long they could frighten a schnauzer, and not much later even Great Danes made way for them....
Sperm are ancient creatures, single-minded as coelacanths. They are drawn to the sun, the moon, and dots and disks of all descriptions, including periods, stop signs, and stars. They worship at nail heads, doorknobs and tennis balls. More than one life has been saved by a penny tossed in the air. #Quote by Shelley Jackson
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Louis Kronenberger
#26. A great maxim of personal responsibility and mature achievement: "Do it yourself" is now the enthroned cliche for being occupied with nonessentials. #Quote by Louis Kronenberger
The Great Phrehaps quotes by John Guare
#27. And what would be great numbers in a Broadway show are now on stage of the New York City Ballet. #Quote by John Guare
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Robert Green Ingersoll
#28. The great man who gives a true transcript of his mind fascinates and instructs. Most writers suppress individuality. They wish to please the public. #Quote by Robert Green Ingersoll
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Martina Mcbride
#29. I really just tried to make a record full of great songs, which is the goal I always have. #Quote by Martina Mcbride
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Marilyn French
#30. In a great gasp, puts her head in her hands again and cries as if her throat were a cave, as if the howling winds came from her belly, she cries like a storm that will never end. #Quote by Marilyn French
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Peter O'Toole
#31. Where do I begin? I loved working with Kate Hepburn, which was one of the highlights of my life; Working with Richard Burton in Beckett was another great joy. #Quote by Peter O'Toole
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Laura Kreitzer
#32. Firen didn't waste any time setting up the meeting with Egnatious. The following day she was in such a rush to tell me about it that she burst into my room without knocking and found Andrew and me in an intimate and compromising position reminiscent of the game Twister. Also, I cannot confirm or deny if there was food involved. Let's just say I toppled over in embarrassment, taking Andrew down with me in a great heap. Firen didn't fare any better, as she nearly knocked herself out when she ran into the doorframe in an attempt to escape. We were both scarred for life, especially after Firen apologized for walking in on our "naked fun time," which was apparently what Joseph called it. There were some things people should never know, and that was one of them. #Quote by Laura Kreitzer
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Peter Kropotkin
#33. The two great movements of our century
towards Liberty of the individual and social co-operation of the whole community
are summed up in Anarchist-Communism. #Quote by Peter Kropotkin
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Frances Hodgson Burnett
#34. The difficulty will be to keep her from learning too fast and too much. She is always sitting with her little nose burrowing into books. She doesn't read them, Miss Minchin; she gobbles them up as if she were a little wolf instead of a little girl. She is always starving for new books to gobble, and she wants grown-up books
great, big, fat ones
French and German as well as English
history and biography and poets, and all sorts of things. Drag her away from her books when she reads too much. #Quote by Frances Hodgson Burnett
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Kathryn Lasky
#35. My mother was a great advocate of women's rights, a member of the League of Women's Voters and lifelong member of Planned Parenthood and an advocate of a woman's rights in terms of reproductive issues. She was also a founding member of Common Cause in the state of Indiana. #Quote by Kathryn Lasky
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Ray Bradbury
#36. Until they stood at last by a crumbling wall, looking up and up and still farther up at the great tombyard top of the old house. For that's what it seemed. The high mountain peak of the mansion was littered with what looked like black bones or iron rods, and enough chimneys to choke out smoke signals from three dozen fires on sooty hearths hidden far below in dim bowels of this monster place. With so many chimneys, the roof seemed a vast cemetery, each chimney signifying the burial place of some old god of fire or enchantress of steam, smoke, and firefly spark. even as they watched, a kind of bleak exhalation of soot breathed up out of some four dozen flues, darkening the sky still more, and putting out some few stars. #Quote by Ray Bradbury
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Zhuangzi
#37. When she had just died, I could not help being affected. Soon, however, I examined the matter from the very beginning. At the very beginning, she was not living, having no form, nor even substance. But somehow or other there was then her substance, then her form, and then her life. Now by a further change, she has died. The whole process is like the sequence of the four seasons, spring, summer, autumn, and winter. While she is thus lying in the great mansion of the universe, for me to go about weeping and wailing would be to proclaim myself ignorant of the natural laws. Therefore I stopped! #Quote by Zhuangzi
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Vincent Price
#38. I was never educated to be an actor. I went to a regular college. It was a great thing for me because I feel that the main thing to get out of college is a thirst for knowledge. College should teach you how to be curious. Most people think that college is the end of education, but it isn't. The ceremony of giving you the diploma is called commencement. And that means you are fit to commence learning because you have learned hot to learn. #Quote by Vincent Price
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Plato
#39. The cause of all the blunders committed by man arises from this excessive self-love. For the lover is blinded by the object loved; so that he passes a wrong judgment on what is just, good and beautiful, thinking that he ought always to honor what belongs to himself in preference to truth. For he who intends to be a great man ought to love neither himself nor his own things, but only what is just, whether it happens to be done by himself, or by another. #Quote by Plato
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Frank Herbert
#40. A world is supported by four things: the learning of wise, the justice of great, the prayers of the righteous and the valor of the brave. But all of these are as nothing without a ruler who knows the art of ruling. #Quote by Frank Herbert
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Paul Reed Smith
#41. The world is in great need of more music education. When students play music, it allows a part of their artistic mind to express itself, which is very important in helping to balance a child intellectually, spiritually, and emotionally. #Quote by Paul Reed Smith
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Graham Hancock
#42. The Piri Reis map of 1513 features the western shores of Africa and the eastern shores of North and South America and is also controversially claimed to depict Ice Age Antarctica--as an extension of the southern tip of South America.
The same map depicts a large island lying east of the southeast coast of what is now the United States. Also clearly depicted running along the spine of this island is a 'road' of huge megaliths. In this exact spot during the lowered sea levels of the Ice Age a large island was indeed located until approximately 12,400 years ago. A remnant survives today in the form of the islands of Andros and Bimini. Underwater off Bimini I have scuba-dived on a road of great megaliths exactly like those depicted above water on the Piri Reis map.
Again, the implication, regardless of the separate controversy of whether the so-called Bimini Road is a man-made or natural feature, is that the region must have been explored and mapped before the great floods at the end of the Ice Age caused the sea level to rise and submerged the megaliths. #Quote by Graham Hancock
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Anna Quindlen
#43. The great motherhood friendships are the ones in which two women can admit [how difficult mothering is] quietly to each other, over cups of tea at a table sticky with spilled apple juice and littered with markers without tops. #Quote by Anna Quindlen
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Naomi Wolf
#44. Since Reagan there has been this tradition, which has become a cliche, of promising morning in America, this fake optimism, we're the best, the city on the hill. In fact the great American task is self-scrutiny. #Quote by Naomi Wolf
The Great Phrehaps quotes by Mike Stoller
#45. We never thought we were writing for posterity, because at the time everyone assumed that all the great standards had already been written by Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Rodgers and Hammerstein ... The songs we were writing were supposed to be temporary things, of the period, like comic books. #Quote by Mike Stoller

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