Ciphered Famous Quotes & Sayings

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14 Ciphered Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Ciphered Sayings By Evan Currie: To his mind, if you were going to kill a man you should have the To his mind, if you were going to kill a man you should have the guts and honor to at least accept a degree of risk yourself, no matter how small. Pushing a button and killing people by remote was no way to do things. It made soldiers lazy and careless. The world had politicians for that already. It didn't need to add soldiers to the list. — Evan Currie
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Ciphered Sayings By Mark Lawrence: Tuttugu buried his fingers in the ginger bush of his beard and scratched furiously, muttering Tuttugu buried his fingers in the ginger bush of his beard and scratched furiously, muttering something.
"What?" I asked.
"Brothel rash," he said.
"Whore pox?" That at least made me smile. "Ha!"
"Snorri said - "
"I ain't laying on hands down there! I'm a prince of Red March, for God's sake! Not some travelling apothecary-cum-faith-healer! — Mark Lawrence
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Ciphered Sayings By Denholm Elliott: I like films better than the theater because you have to spend so much energy I like films better than the theater because you have to spend so much energy projecting your voice from the stage in the sheer effort to be heard. — Denholm Elliott
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Ciphered Sayings By Tariq Ramadan: The dogmatic and, therefore, invulnerable core in Islam is understandably simple: acknowledgement of faith, prayer, The dogmatic and, therefore, invulnerable core in Islam is understandably simple: acknowledgement of faith, prayer, charity and fasting. Almost everything else is open to interpretation and modification in space and time. — Tariq Ramadan
Ciphered Sayings By Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha: In life, you have a choice to be better or bitter. In life, you have a choice to be better or bitter. — Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha
Ciphered Sayings By Guillermo Del Toro: Everything in our universe is ciphered and to know the cipher is to know the Everything in our universe is ciphered and to know the cipher is to know the thing - and to know the thing is to command it. — Guillermo Del Toro
Ciphered Sayings By Doug Liman: Nothing I've done is like anything else I've done before. Nothing I've done is like anything else I've done before. — Doug Liman
Ciphered Sayings By Yongey Mingyur: We choose ignorance because we can. We choose awareness because we can. Samsara and nirvana We choose ignorance because we can. We choose awareness because we can. Samsara and nirvana are simply different points of view based on the choices we make in how to examine and understand our experience. There's nothing magical about nirvana and nothing bad or wrong about samsara. If you're determined to think of yourself as limited, fearful, vulnerable, or scarred by past experience, know only that you have chosen to do so, and that the opportunity to experience yourself differently is always available. — Yongey Mingyur
Ciphered Sayings By Ryan Potter: I wear things that aren't in fashion. I wear colors that aren't in fashion. And I wear things that aren't in fashion. I wear colors that aren't in fashion. And as a result of that, I kind of bring it back. I feel like nothing really ever goes out of style. It's just what the media and what people tell people to wear. I think having your own sense of fashion is important. — Ryan Potter
Ciphered Sayings By Tom McCarthy: People need foundation myths, some imprint of year zero, a bolt that secures the scaffolding People need foundation myths, some imprint of year zero, a bolt that secures the scaffolding that in turn holds fast the entire architecture of reality, of time: memory-chambers and oblivion-cellars, walls between eras, hallways that sweep us on towards the end-days and the coming whatever-it-is. We see things shroudedly, as through a veil, an over-pixellated screen. When the shapeless plasma takes on form and resolution, like a fish approaching us through murky waters or an image looming into view from noxious liquid in a darkroom, when it begins to coalesce into a figure that's discernible, if ciphered, we can say: This is it, stirring, looming even if it isn't really, if it's all just ink-blots. — Tom McCarthy
Ciphered Sayings By C.D. Reiss: How straight you are for the world, and how you bend and cry for me. How straight you are for the world, and how you bend and cry for me. I want to go so deep in you we have the same thoughts. — C.D. Reiss
Ciphered Sayings By Amish Tripathi: Swagruhe Pujyate Murkhaha; Swagraame Pujyate Prabhuhu Swadeshe Pujyate Raja; Vidvaansarvatra Pujyate. A fool is worshipped Swagruhe Pujyate Murkhaha; Swagraame Pujyate Prabhuhu Swadeshe Pujyate Raja; Vidvaansarvatra Pujyate. A fool is worshipped in his home. A chief is worshipped in his village. A king is worshipped in his kingdom. A knowledgeable person is worshipped everywhere. — Amish Tripathi
Ciphered Sayings By E.L. James: Because I think I love you, and you just see me as a toy. Because I think I love you, and you just see me as a toy. — E.L. James
Ciphered Sayings By Norman Davies: Culture is something that must grow. You cannot build a tree; you can only plant Culture is something that must grow. You cannot build a tree; you can only plant it, and care for it, and wait for it to mature ... — Norman Davies