Busloads Famous Quotes & Sayings

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8 Busloads Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Busloads Sayings By Mark Billingham: London was a city of ghosts, some deader than others. Thorne knew that in this London was a city of ghosts, some deader than others.
Thorne knew that in this respect, it wasn't unlike any other major city - New York or Paris or Sydney - but he felt instinctively that London was ... at the extreme. The darker side of that history, as opposed to the parks, palaces and pearly kings' side that made busloads of Japanese and American tourists gawk and jabber. The hidden history of a city where the lonely, the dispossessed, the homeless, wandered the streets, brushing shoulders with the shadows of those that had come before them. A city in which the poor and the plague-ridden, those long-since hanged for stealing a loaf or murdered for a shilling, jostled for position with those seeking a meal, or a score, or a bed for the night.
A city where the dead could stay lost a long time — Mark Billingham
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Busloads Sayings By Rigel Carson: Nobody said saving the world had to be boring. Nobody said saving the world had to be boring. — Rigel Carson
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Busloads Sayings By Stephen King: Others have it worse, he thought. All over the world, others have it worse. In Others have it worse, he thought. All over the world, others have it worse. In Israel, the Palestinians kill busloads of farmers who were committing the political crime of going into town to see a movie. The Israelis cope with this injustice by dropping bombs on the Palestinians and killing children along with whatever terrorists may be there. — Stephen King
Busloads Sayings By Ron Moody: I'd wanted to be an actor from the age of five. I'd wanted to be an actor from the age of five. — Ron Moody
Busloads Sayings By Gretchen Rubin: As Dwight Eisenhower observed, Plans are worthless, but planning is everything. As Dwight Eisenhower observed, Plans are worthless, but planning is everything. — Gretchen Rubin
Busloads Sayings By Christopher Titus: Thanksgiving is a holiday that brought together two different cultures. The pilgrims came here with Thanksgiving is a holiday that brought together two different cultures. The pilgrims came here with the best intentions. They decided to flee an oppressive people and move to a new land. Where they thrived. And became an oppressive people. You get certain people on the same continent, there's going to be a problem. Pilgrims and Indians. Protestants, Catholics. My family, anybody else's family. — Christopher Titus
Busloads Sayings By Frances Wright: Look into the nature of things. Search out the grounds of your opinions, the for Look into the nature of things. Search out the grounds of your opinions, the for and against. — Frances Wright
Busloads Sayings By Erma Bombeck: The fact that Americans drag around the world by the busloads to glimpse the past The fact that Americans drag around the world by the busloads to glimpse the past probably has something to do with the youth of our country. We revere anything older than George Burns. — Erma Bombeck