Chemistries Famous Quotes & Sayings

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5 Chemistries Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Chemistries Sayings By Madeleine L'Engle: A love which depends solely on romance, on the combustion of two attracting chemistries, tends A love which depends solely on romance, on the combustion of two attracting chemistries, tends to fizzle out. The famous lovers usually end up dead. A long-term marriage has to move beyond chemistry to compatibility, to friendship, to companionship. It is certainly not that passion disappears, but that it is conjoined with other ways of love. — Madeleine L'Engle
Chemistries Sayings By Susanna Hoffs: There are different chemistries you can have in different bands, and part of that's caused There are different chemistries you can have in different bands, and part of that's caused by the gender. — Susanna Hoffs
Chemistries Sayings By Carl Safina: do other animals have human emotions? Yes, they do. Do humans have animal emotions? Yes; do other animals have human emotions? Yes, they do. Do humans have animal emotions? Yes; they're largely the same. Fear, aggression, well-being, anxiety, and pleasure are the emotions of shared brain structures and shared chemistries, originated in shared ancestry. — Carl Safina
Chemistries Sayings By Charles Finch: The river was glossy, narrow, and quick, a beautiful green color, with the white and The river was glossy, narrow, and quick, a beautiful green color, with the white and maroon striped college punts strung along the near bank ... The sun, westering, heavy, and hazy, was in those great final throes of energy before the sky whitens and clears, and evening comes. I stood and watched it. That immense body, dying trillions of feet away from me, still warming my face with its steady insensate chemistries. — Charles Finch
Chemistries Sayings By Al Kooper: If you'd done a good job you'd just step back and let all these different If you'd done a good job you'd just step back and let all these different chemistries interact and let it go. — Al Kooper