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Breaking The Ice Sayings By Abhishek Bachchan: I have no hang-ups in life. I don't care about groups and camps. I have I have no hang-ups in life. I don't care about groups and camps. I have been brought up with certain values and ethics. I have never been egoistic about my stardom and lineage. I don't have any qualms about breaking the ice with my colleagues. I can walk up to any actor and greet him, irrespective of what kind of equation I share with him. — Abhishek Bachchan
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Breaking The Ice Sayings By Virginia Woolf: The dawn, even when it is cold and melancholy, never fails to shoot through my The dawn, even when it is cold and melancholy, never fails to shoot through my limbs as with arrows of sparkling piercing ice. I pull aside the thick curtains, and search for the first glow in the sky which shows that life is breaking through. And with my cheek leant upon the window pane I like to fancy that I am pressing as closely as can be upon the massy wall of time, which is for ever lifting and pulling and letting fresh spaces of life in upon us. May it be mine to taste the moment before it has spread itself over the rest of the world! Let me taste the newest and the freshest. From my window I look down upon the Church yard, where so many of my ancestors are buried, and in my prayer I pity those poor dead men who toss perpetually on the old recurring waters; for I see them, circling and eddying forever upon a pale tide. Let us, then, who have the gift of the present, use it and enjoy it ... — Virginia Woolf
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Breaking The Ice Sayings By Alice Walker: In real life I am a large, big-boned woman with rough, man-working hands. In the In real life I am a large, big-boned woman with rough, man-working hands. In the winter I wear flannel nightgowns to bed and overalls during the day. I can kill and clean a hog as mercilessly as a man. My fat keeps me hot in zero weather. I can work outside all day, breaking ice to get water for washing; I can eat pork liver cooked over the open fire minutes after it comes steaming from the hog. One winter I knocked a bull calf straight in the brain between the eyes with a sledge hammer and had the meat hung up to chill before nightfall. — Alice Walker
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Breaking The Ice Sayings By Mary Ann Shaffer: Isola doesn't approve of small talk and believes in breaking the ice by stomping on Isola doesn't approve of small talk and believes in breaking the ice by stomping on it. — Mary Ann Shaffer
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Breaking The Ice Sayings By Steven Wright: Doing stand-up is like running across a frozen pond with the ice breaking behind you. Doing stand-up is like running across a frozen pond with the ice breaking behind you. I love it because it's dangerous. — Steven Wright
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Breaking The Ice Sayings By Don Cheadle: I started following the news and seeing what was happening around the world with the I started following the news and seeing what was happening around the world with the polar ice caps melting and temperatures breaking records. I became concerned as an animal on this planet but also as a father. — Don Cheadle
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Breaking The Ice Sayings By Sam Crescent: Hey, baby, it's me. Your shithead of a husband." He spoke and caressed her lifeless Hey, baby, it's me. Your shithead of a husband." He spoke and caressed her lifeless hand. Wayne wanted to shake her, do anything to wake her up.

One tear fell from his eye and the ice around his heart smashed to smithereens. With Lily in his life, he had some semblance of control over his emotions. The thought of losing her and never seeing her smile, or to even hear her sing, was breaking him more than any gold digger could his bank balance. — Sam Crescent
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Breaking The Ice Sayings By Ashton Kutcher: Whether you like it or not, the digital age has produced a new format for Whether you like it or not, the digital age has produced a new format for modern romance, and natural selection may be favoring the quick-thumbed quip peddler over the confident, ice-breaking alpha male. — Ashton Kutcher
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Breaking The Ice Sayings By Deb Caletti: In the middle of the night I am awakened by a sound. I sit up In the middle of the night I am awakened by a sound. I sit up abruptly in bed. I hear it again. It's music. Wait, it sounds like the ice cream man, in our house. Is this some kind of twisted nightmare? The flipping ice cream man, breaking in to chop us all up in our beds to the tune of 'Zippity Do Dah'? ... My heart slows. I remember. There is no psycho ice cream man here. It is just our new musical soap dispenser ... — Deb Caletti
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Breaking The Ice Sayings By Eowyn Ivey: She told no one of the otter. Garrett would want to trap it; Faina would She told no one of the otter. Garrett would want to trap it; Faina would ask her to draw it. She refused to confine it by any means because, in some strange way, she knew it was her heart. Living, twisting muscle beneath bristly damp fur. Breaking through thin ice, splashing in cold creek water, sliding belly-down across snow. Joyful, though it should have known better. — Eowyn Ivey
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Breaking The Ice Sayings By Munia Khan: Patience is to wait for the ice to melt instead of breaking it. Patience is to wait for the ice to melt instead of breaking it. — Munia Khan
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Breaking The Ice Sayings By Robert Benchley: Breaking the ice in the pitcher seems to be a feature of the early lives Breaking the ice in the pitcher seems to be a feature of the early lives of all great men. — Robert Benchley
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Suanne Laqueur: Jav's face was numb. Fingertips ice cold. His shirt stuck to his back with sweat Jav's face was numb. Fingertips ice cold. His shirt stuck to his back with sweat and every square inch o"f skin prickled and tingled. He could feel his heart breaking down, dropping off piece by piece into the rolling boil of his stomach. Every splash sending up clouds of toxic steam, choking his throat. He was sure the next words out would be inside a scream. Instead he heard a strong, calm voice - a seasoned captain taking over the helm.
"I'm with you," Jav said. "Fucking take their ship down. I'm here. Right until the end, I won't leave."

Excerpt From: Suanne Laqueur. "An Exaltation of Larks." iBooks. — Suanne Laqueur
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Michelle Franklin: She deigned to asked me how ice queens reproduce. I grinned, and her mother looked She deigned to asked me how ice queens reproduce. I grinned, and her mother looked horrified.
"We procreate by way of ice cubes, of course. We put them in our nests and let them incubate for the period of about four months, and when the temperature is right, we put them out to roost and let them flake off into billions of snowflakes, rather like tadpoles breaking in droves from their eggs. And that, child," I said, with a simulacrum of glee, "is how winter is born."
"Does it hurt?"
"No more than the approach of Monday does to most of the world. It is a natural process, you understand, but it is dreadful hard work. — Michelle Franklin
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Vasily Grossman: The snow here hadn't thawed. Its large, rough crystals were filled with the blue of The snow here hadn't thawed. Its large, rough crystals were filled with the blue of the lake-water. But on the sunny side of the hill the snow was just beginning to melt. The ditch beside the path was full of gurgling water. The glitter of the snow, the water and the ice on the puddles was quite blinding. There was so much light, it was so intense, that they seemed almost to have to force their way through it. It disturbed them and got in their way; when they stepped on the thin film of ice over the puddles, it seemed to be light that was crunching under their feet, breaking up into thin, splinter-like rays. And it was light that was flowing down the ditch beside the path; where the path was blocked by stones, the light swelled up, foaming and gurgling. The spring sun seemed to be closer to the earth than ever. The air was cool and warm at the same time. — Vasily Grossman
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Thomas Pynchon: THE SUN CAME UP a baleful smear in the sky, not quite shapeless, in fact THE SUN CAME UP a baleful smear in the sky, not quite shapeless, in fact able to assume the appearance of a device immediately recognizable yet unnamable, so widely familiar that the inability to name it passed from simple frustration to a felt dread, whose intricacy deepened almost moment to moment . . . its name a word of power, not to be spoken aloud, not even to be remembered in silence. All around lay ambushes of the bad ice, latent presences, haunting all transaction, each like the infinitesimal circle converging toward zero that mathematicians now and then find use for. A silver-gray, odorless, silent exit from the upper world. . . . The sun might be visible from time to time, with or without clouds, but the sky was more neutral-density gray than blue. Out on the promontory grew some even-textured foliage, in this light a blazing, virtually shadowless green, and breaking down at the base of the headland was the sea-green sea, the ice-green, glass-green sea. Hunter — Thomas Pynchon
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Sally Mann: I smoked, I drank, I skipped classes, I snuck out, I took drugs, I stole I smoked, I drank, I skipped classes, I snuck out, I took drugs, I stole quarts of ice cream for my dorm by breaking into the kitchen storerooms, I made out with my boyfriends in the library basement, I hitchhiked into town and down I-91, and when caught, I weaseled out of all of it . . . There is no need to switch on the fog machine of ambiguity around these facts: I was still a problem child. — Sally Mann
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Kevin Roose: The author's mentor advises the NAKED method of breaking the ice at the first meeting: The author's mentor advises the NAKED method of breaking the ice at the first meeting: Name, Address, Kin, Experience, and Dreams. — Kevin Roose
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Susan Sontag: Like a wind, like a storm, like a fire, like an earthquake, like a mud Like a wind, like a storm, like a fire, like an earthquake, like a mud slide, like a deluge, like a tree falling, a torrent roaring, an ice floe breaking, like a tidal wave, like a shipwreak, like an explosion, like a lid blown off, like a consuming fire, like spreading blight, like a sky darkening, a bridge collapsing, a hole opening. Like a volcano erupting.

Surely more than just the actions of people: choosing, yielding, braving, lying, understanding, being right, being deceived, being consistent, being visionary, being reckless, being cruel, being mistaken, being original, being afraid . . . — Susan Sontag
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Harrison Schmitt: In Antarctica, it looks like the total volume (of ice) is increasing and if that's In Antarctica, it looks like the total volume (of ice) is increasing and if that's true, that's probably why you're getting increased ice moving away from the center of the continent and therefore these big icebergs and stuff are breaking off. — Harrison Schmitt
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Ilsa J. Bick: Would it interest you, at all, to know that he did try to scramble back Would it interest you, at all, to know that he did try to scramble back onto the ice? That his hands grabbed and his fingers clawed, but the ice - that treacherous, greedy, teasing ice - kept breaking and breaking and breaking, sketching a path straight for me? And that when he saw what would happen to me, he stopped trying to save himself?
Would you believe that someone could love anyone that much? — Ilsa J. Bick
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Sonia Sotomayor: I war running back to the house in Mayaguez with a melting ice cone we I war running back to the house in Mayaguez with a melting ice cone we called a piraqua running sweet and sticky down my face and arms, the sun in my eyes, breaking through clouds and glinting off the rain-soaked pavement and dripping leaves. I was running with joy, an overwhelming joy that arose simply from gratitude for the fact of being alive. Along with the image, memory carried these words from a child's mind through time: I am blessed. In this life I am truly blessed. — Sonia Sotomayor
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Kingsley Amis: The human race has not devised any way of dissolving barriers, getting to know the The human race has not devised any way of dissolving barriers, getting to know the other chap fast, breaking the ice, that is one-tenth as handy and efficient as letting you and the other chap, or chaps, cease to be totally sober at about the same rate in agreeable surroundings. — Kingsley Amis
Breaking The Ice Sayings By William Shenstone: The lowest people are generally the first to find fault with show or equipage; especially The lowest people are generally the first to find fault with show or equipage; especially that of a person lately emerged from his obscurity. They never once consider that he is breaking the ice for themselves. — William Shenstone
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Sean O'Neill: Tantalizingly, he could see a fragment of hope waving in the distance like a beckoning, Tantalizingly, he could see a fragment of hope waving in the distance like a beckoning, large-bosomed siren offering the forbidden, heady tiramisu of freedom and the naughty, rapturous chocolate ice cream of wealth. If he could just avoid being lured onto the dangerous, ball-breaking rocks of retribution, who knew what might be possible? — Sean O'Neill
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Ice Cube: To me, it's my job not to laugh, no matter what's said. By the time To me, it's my job not to laugh, no matter what's said. By the time we shoot, I'm ready for all that's coming. I probably do most of my breaking in rehearsals, when I know that I can. — Ice Cube
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Ice-T: I've never been a cop hater. You know, when I was breaking the law, the I've never been a cop hater. You know, when I was breaking the law, the cops were the opponent. I just thought I could outsmart them. — Ice-T
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Bat Masterson: There are those who argue that everything breaks even in this old dump of a There are those who argue that everything breaks even in this old dump of a world of ours. I suppose these ginks who argue that way hold that because the rich man gets ice in the summer and the poor man gets it in the winter things are breaking even for both. Maybe so, but I'll swear I can't see it that way. — Bat Masterson
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Bryan Greenberg: I'm pretty good with talking to girls if I have an introduction, but I'm the I'm pretty good with talking to girls if I have an introduction, but I'm the worst at trying to go pick up a girl. I'm really bad at breaking the ice. It's awkward! — Bryan Greenberg
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Jennifer Crusie: Can we go to work now? Because we're about a minute away from breaking out Can we go to work now? Because we're about a minute away from breaking out the
ice cream and talking about our feelings, and I don't think we can come back from that. — Jennifer Crusie
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: Reader, do you know, as I do, what terror those cold people can put into Reader, do you know, as I do, what terror those cold people can put into the ice of their questions? How much of the fall of the avalanche is in their anger? of the breaking up of the frozen sea in their displeasure? — Charlotte Bronte
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Cassandra Clare: What are you? The voice came from nowhere. It was in the room. It was What are you? The voice came from nowhere. It was in the room. It was outside. It was in Magnus's head. "A warlock," Magnus answered. "And what are you?" We are many. "Please do not say you are a legion. Someone's taken that." Do you make mirth from mundane scriptures, warlock? "Just breaking the iceCassandra Clare
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Jimmy Breslin: I intended to concentrate throughout the summer on matters of extreme urgency: ocean waves breaking I intended to concentrate throughout the summer on matters of extreme urgency: ocean waves breaking in the sunlight and swirls inside oyster shells and the mystery of the sound of ice hitting the sides of a glass. In the afternoon, the ice makes only this gentle, clicking, almost tinkling sound. Yet at night it sounds like gravel being poured into a barrel. Why is ice louder at night than it is in the daytime? Let me put on my shoes and we'll go out and investigate. — Jimmy Breslin
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Steve Erickson: In the dark, in no starlight at all, the blocks hurtled invisibly by, ejected into In the dark, in no starlight at all, the blocks hurtled invisibly by, ejected into the night air; he heard them break but he believed it was only the echoes of broken windows, not even his broken windows but someone else's in some other city, people all over the night searching madly for those who transmitted the vague and unpersuasive frequency of destiny, not even this night but some other night that came before, from which the sound of breaking windows reached him only now like the light of novae. Ice busting in the dirt. The storm turned north. — Steve Erickson
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Diane Ackerman: When I go biking, I repeat a mantra of the day's sensations: bright sun, blue When I go biking, I repeat a mantra of the day's sensations: bright sun, blue sky, warm breeze, blue jay's call, ice melting and so on. This helps me transcend the traffic, ignore the clamorings of work, leave all the mind theaters behind and focus on nature instead. I still must abide by the rules of the road, of biking, of gravity. But I am mentally far away from civilization. The world is breaking someone else's heart. — Diane Ackerman
Breaking The Ice Sayings By L.M. Montgomery: But now she loved winter. Winter was beautiful "up back" - almost intolerably beautiful. Days But now she loved winter. Winter was beautiful "up back" - almost intolerably beautiful. Days of clear brilliance. Evenings that were like cups of glamour - the purest vintage of winter's wine. Nights with their fire of stars. Cold, exquisite winter sunrises. Lovely ferns of ice all over the windows of the Blue Castle. Moonlight on birches in a silver thaw. Ragged shadows on windy evenings - torn, twisted, fantastic shadows. Great silences, austere and searching. Jewelled, barbaric hills. The sun suddenly breaking through grey clouds over long, white Mistawis. Ice-grey twilights, broken by snow-squalls, when their cosy living-room, with its goblins of firelight and inscrutable cats, seemed cosier than ever. Every hour brought a new revalation and wonder. — L.M. Montgomery
Breaking The Ice Sayings By Raymond E. Feist: The sound of old winter ice breaking at spring's touch, The sound of old winter ice breaking at spring's touch, — Raymond E. Feist