Brocaded Famous Quotes & Sayings

8 Brocaded Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Perhaps if the year was 1447 instead of 1947 I might have hoodwinked my gentle nature by administering her some classical poison from a hollow agate, some tender philter of death. But in our middle-class nosy era it would not have come off the way it used to in the brocaded palaces of the past. Nowadays you have to be a scientist if you want to be a killer.Vladimir Nabokov Brocaded Sayings By Vladimir Nabokov: Perhaps if the year was 1447 instead of 1947 I might have hoodwinked my gentle
Was it just that? She was to be content to weave a steady life with him, all one fabric, but perhaps brocaded with the occasional flower of an adventure. But how could she know what she would feel next year? How could one ever know? How could one say Yes? for years and years? The little yes, gone on a breath! Why should one be pinned down by that butterfly word? Of course it had to flutter away and be gone, to be followed by other yes's and no's! Like the straying of butterflies.D.H. Lawrence Brocaded Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: Was it just that? She was to be content to weave a steady life with
I think of music a lot when I paint. The theme of it to a degree is music. So instead of literally putting in music or literally putting in a musical instrument, I use only a hint of the instrument, but the brocaded pattern is like a line of Bach because of its order and the leaves going up are like passages from Vivaldi, and the emphasis on drapery is where the sound comes ...Nelson Shanks Brocaded Sayings By Nelson Shanks: I think of music a lot when I paint. The theme of it to a
In my stiff, brocaded gown.
With my powdered hair and jeweled fan,
I too am a rare
Pattern.
Amy Lowell Brocaded Sayings By Amy Lowell: In my stiff, brocaded gown.With my powdered hair and jeweled fan,I too am a rarePattern.
The immense wealth of doctrine and institutions can become a handicap if we are trying to present all of that to a person who has lost all contact with the Church and no longer knows who Jesus is. That would be like clothing a baby with one of those enormous, heavy brocaded copes that priests and bishops used to wear. Instead, it is necessary to help this person establish a relationship with Jesus.Raniero Cantalamessa Brocaded Sayings By Raniero Cantalamessa: The immense wealth of doctrine and institutions can become a handicap if we are trying
His father placed his elbows on the table and leaned toward him. "We need to know if you are simply ordinary or larger than life." To the best of his ability, he mulled over the notion of being larger than life. "Did you have to go there when you were young?" His father nodded. "Were you afraid?" His father sat back into his tall, brocaded armchair, as if in recall. "In the beginning I was. Until I learned to overcome fear.James Luceno Brocaded Sayings By James Luceno: His father placed his elbows on the table and leaned toward him. "We need to
When they reached her she stood on the path holding a pair of moths. Her eyes were wide with excitement , her cheeks pink, her red lips parted, and on the hand she held out to them clung a pair of delicate blue-green moths, with white bodies, and touches of lavender and straw colour. All about her lay flower-brocaded grasses, behind a deep green background of the forest, while the sun slowly sifted gold from heaven to burnish her hair. Mrs. Comstock heard a sharp breath behind her.
Oh, what a picture!" Exulted Ammon over sher shoulder. "She is absolutely and altogether lovely! Id give a small fortune for that faithfully set on canvas!
Gene Stratton-Porter Brocaded Sayings By Gene Stratton-Porter: When they reached her she stood on the path holding a pair of moths. Her
Aunt Rachel removes the knaffea from the oven and places it on its sumptuous tray; the shredded phyllo dough is crisp and brown, crackling with hot, rose-scented syrup. Nestled within, like a naughty secret, is the melting layer of sweet cheese. The pastry is freshly hot, the only way to eat it, really, with its miraculous study in contrasts - the running cheese hidden within crisp, crackling layers of baked phyllo and the distinctive, brocaded complexities of flavors. It's so hot that it steams in your mouth, and at first you eat it with just the tips of your teeth. Then the layers of crisp and sweet and soft intermingle, a series of surprises. It is so rich and dense that you can eat only a little bit, and then it is over and the knaffea is just a pleasant memory - like a lovely dream that you forget a few seconds after you wake. But for a few seconds, you knew you were eating knaffea.Diana Abu-Jaber Brocaded Sayings By Diana Abu-Jaber: Aunt Rachel removes the knaffea from the oven and places it on its sumptuous tray;