Biologicals Famous Quotes & Sayings

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17 Biologicals Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Biologicals Sayings By Robert Stacy McCain: If you consider sexual desire and romantic love between men and women to be natural If you consider sexual desire and romantic love between men and women to be natural and healthy, you are not a feminist . There is nothing natural about sex, according to feminist ideology, no biological urge that causes women to be attracted to men. — Robert Stacy McCain
Biologicals Sayings By Letitia Baldrige: One cannot reject an entire nation because of the politics of its leader. One cannot reject an entire nation because of the politics of its leader. — Letitia Baldrige
Biologicals Sayings By Abby Wambach: You must not only have competitiveness but ability, regardless of the circumstance you face, to You must not only have competitiveness but ability, regardless of the circumstance you face, to never quit — Abby Wambach
Biologicals Sayings By Tahereh Mafi: He's wrong he's so he's so wrong he's more wrong than an upside-down rainbow. He's wrong he's so he's so wrong he's more wrong than an upside-down rainbow. — Tahereh Mafi
Biologicals Sayings By Dennis Prager: I have known Tavis Smiley since the 1980s, when we both worked at the same I have known Tavis Smiley since the 1980s, when we both worked at the same radio station in Los Angeles. He is smart, and he is a gentleman who has accorded me great respect both on and off the air. — Dennis Prager
Biologicals Sayings By Mark Haddon: He was an arsehole, but, God, she looked at Richard sometimes, the racing bike, the He was an arsehole, but, God, she looked at Richard sometimes, the racing bike, the way he did the crossword in pencil first. There were evenings when she wanted Dad to ride in off the plains, all dust and sweat and tumbleweed, kick open the saloon doors and stick some bullet holes in those fucking art books. — Mark Haddon
Biologicals Sayings By J. Michael Straczynski: At its heartmeat core, writing is about exploring the questions of your heart on the At its heartmeat core, writing is about exploring the questions of your heart on the assumption that what intrigues you, what inflames or amuses or ennobles you, will have the same effect on someone else. It's about taking chances, and taking risks, and pushing yourself to be honest in the issues that present themselves. — J. Michael Straczynski
Biologicals Sayings By Henry Hill: Murders came with smiles, shooting people was no big deal for us Goodfellas. Murders came with smiles, shooting people was no big deal for us Goodfellas. — Henry Hill
Biologicals Sayings By Iain M. Banks: All these people seemed to do was talk! It supposed it was just what biologicals All these people seemed to do was talk! It supposed it was just what biologicals did. If you wanted to feel you were still somehow in control of a ship or a fleet or even your civilisation, talking amongst yourselves seemed to be the way you convinced yourself of it. Finally — Iain M. Banks
Biologicals Sayings By Sylvia Plath: Antoine St. Exupery once mourned the loss of a man and the secret treasures that Antoine St. Exupery once mourned the loss of a man and the secret treasures that he held inside him. I loved Exupery; I will read him again, and he will talk to me, not being dead, or gone. Is that life after death - mind living on paper and flesh living in offspring? Maybe. I do not know. — Sylvia Plath
Biologicals Sayings By Clara Diane Thompson: Light, show yourself pure and strong,Save a man from evil's throng,Take a form, small and Light, show yourself pure and strong,
Save a man from evil's throng,
Take a form, small and white,
Give this girl the strength to fight. — Clara Diane Thompson
Biologicals Sayings By Norman Vincent Peale: In a large congregation, while there is a wide diversification of interest, it is also In a large congregation, while there is a wide diversification of interest, it is also true that there are only a few basic human problems. It must also be taken into consideration that people are people regardless of who they are or what their backgrounds may be. There are certain deep universal appeals to human interest and to these human nature always responds. — Norman Vincent Peale
Biologicals Sayings By Viera Scheibner: Amoebas are quite obviously widely spread protozoans and some of them have been established as Amoebas are quite obviously widely spread protozoans and some of them have been established as causing serious disease in animals and humans. It is also quite well-established that amoebas are important contaminants of tissue cultures used in preparation of live biologicals, vaccines being the most important of them because they are widely injected into small babies and children. — Viera Scheibner
Biologicals Sayings By Kevin Sorbo: Christianity takes this beating that I really don't understand and yet you can't say anything Christianity takes this beating that I really don't understand and yet you can't say anything negative about the Muslims because that's horrible, you can't say anything negative about other faiths. — Kevin Sorbo
Biologicals Sayings By Lois McMaster Bujold: The rather blurred background to the face that formed over the vid plate seemed faintly The rather blurred background to the face that formed over the vid plate seemed faintly familiar - ah yes, the Security Ops room at Ryoval Biologicals. Baron Ryoval had arrived personally on that scene as promised. It took only one glance at the dusky, contorted expression on Ryoval's youthful face to fill in the rest of the scenario. Miles folded his hands and smiled innocently. "Good morning, Baron. What can I do for you?" "Die, you little mutant!" Ryoval spat. "You! There isn't going to be a bunker deep enough for you to burrow in. I'll put a price on your head that will have every bounty hunter in the galaxy all over you like a second skin - you'll not eat or sleep - I'll have you - " Yes, — Lois McMaster Bujold
Biologicals Sayings By Kate Atkinson: When Lillian left work in the early evening the streets were slick and shiny with When Lillian left work in the early evening the streets were slick and shiny with rain and the lamps flared yellow giving her the melancholy feeling that always came with the rain and the dark. She'd just struggled to push up her umbrella when the farmer from Saskatchewan came out of the shadows and tipped his hat again, very politely, and said could he escort her home? She put her small hand on his broad arm and held the umbrella over both their heads (he was very tall) and he walked her all the way back to her lodging-house where the landlady, Mrs Raicevic, looked after Edmund after school. By then, Lillian had learned the farmer's name and she said, 'Edmund, this is Mr Donner,' and Pete Donner squatted right down and said, 'Hello there, Edmund, you can call me Pete.' Although he never did, preferring to call him 'Pop' almost from the day his mother married him. — Kate Atkinson
Biologicals Sayings By Paul Di Filippo: There must be a rule of thumb in pop-culture archaeology that states that the allure There must be a rule of thumb in pop-culture archaeology that states that the allure of any topic is inversely related to its assigned importance in the affairs of humanity. The more trivial the subject, the dearer it is to most of its partisans and the more worthy of scholarship. The smallest things in life often mean the most to people. — Paul Di Filippo