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Darlington Sayings By Oscar Wilde: Cecil Graham: What is a cynic?Lord Darlington: A man who knows the price of everything, Cecil Graham: What is a cynic?
Lord Darlington: A man who knows the price of everything, and the value of nothing.
Cecil Graham: And a sentimentalist, my dear Darlington, is a man who sees an absurd value in everything and doesn't know the market price of any single thing. — Oscar Wilde
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Darlington Sayings By Jesse Ventura: I follow the teachings of Major General Smedley Darlington Butler, United States Marine Corps. He I follow the teachings of Major General Smedley Darlington Butler, United States Marine Corps. He won two Congressional Medals of Honor, and he wrote the highly controversial antiwar book 'War is a Racket.' — Jesse Ventura
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Darlington Sayings By Sarah Darlington: I'd never saved anyone or anything in my whole life. I didn't like the idea I'd never saved anyone or anything in my whole life. I didn't like the idea of it. I was nobody's hero. But the alternative option would have been to let Georgie die, so I guess just this once an exception had to be made. — Sarah Darlington
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Darlington Sayings By Kazuo Ishiguro: Yes, I do love my husband. I didn't at first. I didn't at first for Yes, I do love my husband. I didn't at first. I didn't at first for a long time. When I left Darlington Hall all those years ago, I never realized I was really, truly leaving. I believe I thought of it as simply another ruse, Mr. Stevens, to annoy you. It was a shock to come out here and find myself actually married. For a long time, I was very unhappy, very unhappy indeed. — Kazuo Ishiguro
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Darlington Sayings By Sarah Darlington: He touched me as if he were trying to memorize the feel of me. He touched me as if he were trying to memorize the feel of me. — Sarah Darlington
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Darlington Sayings By Patricia C. Wrede: DEEP IN THE ENCHANTED FOREST, in a neat gray house with a wide porch and DEEP IN THE ENCHANTED FOREST, in a neat gray house with a wide porch and a red roof, lived the witch Morwen and her nine cats. The cats were named Murgatroyd, Fiddlesticks, Miss Eliza Tudor, Scorn, Jasmine, Trouble, Jasper Darlington Higgins IV, Chaos, and Aunt Ophelia, and not one of them looked anything like a witch's cat. — Patricia C. Wrede
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Darlington Sayings By Sarah Darlington: Prove it to me," I whispered. "Prove to me you aren't an ass and I'm Prove it to me," I whispered. "Prove to me you aren't an ass and I'm all yours. — Sarah Darlington
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Darlington Sayings By George Stephenson: I am glad to learn that the Parliament Bill has been passed for the Darlington I am glad to learn that the Parliament Bill has been passed for the Darlington Railway. — George Stephenson
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Darlington Sayings By C.J. Darlington: He loves you that much. He loves you that much. — C.J. Darlington
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Darlington Sayings By Sarah Darlington: I'm not a wild card, Noah. I'm the safest bet you'll ever make. I'm not a wild card, Noah. I'm the safest bet you'll ever make. — Sarah Darlington
Darlington Sayings By Sarah Darlington: Leo backed me against the door frame, his demeanor turning all 'take-no-prisoners' as he pinned Leo backed me against the door frame, his demeanor turning all 'take-no-prisoners' as he pinned me in place with his hips. His hands traced up and down the curve of my body until they wound their way through the loose strands of my hair. He was in control, I was totally at his mercy, and I. Didn't. Even. Care. — Sarah Darlington
Darlington Sayings By Oscar Wilde: Lord Darlington (LD): I think life too complex a thing to be settled by these Lord Darlington (LD): I think life too complex a thing to be settled by these hard and fast rules. Lady Windemere (LW): If we had 'hard-and-fast rules' we would find life much simpler. LD: You allow of no exceptions? LW: None! LD: Ah, what a fascinating Puritan you are, LW. LW: The adjective was unnecessary, LD. — Oscar Wilde
Darlington Sayings By C.D. Darlington: A large proportion of mankind, like pigeons and partridges, on reaching maturity, having passed through A large proportion of mankind, like pigeons and partridges, on reaching maturity, having passed through a period of playfulness or promiscuity, establish what they hope and expect will be a permanent and fertile mating relationship. This we call marriage. — C.D. Darlington
Darlington Sayings By Kurt Busch: The Daytona 500 is a big race, and Darlington is just as big of an The Daytona 500 is a big race, and Darlington is just as big of an event, and a lot of people get excited for it. — Kurt Busch
Darlington Sayings By Jodi Lynn Anderson: And as fall turned to winter, the Darlington peach trees started dropping their leaves again, And as fall turned to winter, the Darlington peach trees started dropping their leaves again, gently, like they were letting them go. It wasnt the same as giving them up. It wasnt the same as losing them. — Jodi Lynn Anderson
Darlington Sayings By Sarah Darlington: Believe me, Clara. It would be very easy to lay you back down, ease myself Believe me, Clara. It would be very easy to lay you back down, ease myself inside you, and fuck you senseless. But I can't just screw you on some random couch where anyone could walk in on us. And I can't screw you while the room is spinning and I'm slightly shitfaced. I don't even want to screw you. I want to make love to you. The slow, sweet, all night long kind of love. — Sarah Darlington
Darlington Sayings By Kurt Busch: When Jimmie Johnson goes out early and finishes 35th, as he did Sunday, he can When Jimmie Johnson goes out early and finishes 35th, as he did Sunday, he can look at the cameras, lament about it being a tough day, and then say, 'We'll just try to get them next week at Darlington.' — Kurt Busch
Darlington Sayings By C.D. Darlington: Ministry of Disturbance, a regulated source of annoyance; a destroyer of routine; an underminer of Ministry of Disturbance, a regulated source of annoyance; a destroyer of routine; an underminer of complacency. — C.D. Darlington
Darlington Sayings By Aidy Boothroyd: At 15, 16, you think you're going to be captain of England. But I realised At 15, 16, you think you're going to be captain of England. But I realised it wasn't going to happen for me on a windy November night in Darlington, coming to my peak at the age of 23 but still playing for Mansfield Town. — Aidy Boothroyd
Darlington Sayings By C.D. Darlington: Cell genetics led us to investigate cell mechanics. Cell mechanics now compels us to infer Cell genetics led us to investigate cell mechanics. Cell mechanics now compels us to infer the structures underlying it. In seeking the mechanism of heredity and variation we are thus discovering the molecular basis of growth and reproduction. The theory of the cell revealed the unity of living processes; the study of the cell is beginning to reveal their physical foundations. — C.D. Darlington
Darlington Sayings By Jonny Weston: One of my biggest influences of all time would probably be one of my soccer One of my biggest influences of all time would probably be one of my soccer coaches, Coach Darlington, from high school. He was always trying to get me to push myself really hard. No excuses. I always hated him, but it paid off. I think that's what life is all about ... when you push through the hard stuff and it pays off. — Jonny Weston
Darlington Sayings By Sarah Darlington: Our lips connected and for one brief, amazing moment Dean melted into me. His hands Our lips connected and for one brief, amazing moment Dean melted into me. His hands trailed up my back, pulling my body closer. His lips were warm and soft, lingering against mine, and then suddenly ... gone. — Sarah Darlington
Darlington Sayings By Terry Darlington: All that evil requires is an absence of virtue, where somebody didn't make a stand. All that evil requires is an absence of virtue, where somebody didn't make a stand. — Terry Darlington
Darlington Sayings By Sarah Darlington: Sometimes I forgot our age difference and sometimes it was hard to ignore. Like right Sometimes I forgot our age difference and sometimes it was hard to ignore. Like right now. He radiated a masculinity, a maturity, a confidence, even in his sleep, that other guys my own age just couldn't even compare to. Maybe that was less about his age and more about him. Either way, it was incredibly sexy - he was incredibly sexy. I kind of loved the fact that he could snap me in two and the fact that I knew he never would. — Sarah Darlington
Darlington Sayings By C.D. Darlington: Every new source from which man has increased his power on earth has been used Every new source from which man has increased his power on earth has been used to diminish the prospects of his successors. — C.D. Darlington
Darlington Sayings By Sarah Darlington: Part of me was slightly pissed off that this kiss with him hadn't happened sooner. Part of me was slightly pissed off that this kiss with him hadn't happened sooner. As in years ago sooner. Because this one little kiss - it literally rocked my world. He was morphine and I was an instant addict. — Sarah Darlington
Darlington Sayings By Sarah Darlington: Sweet as hell. Unexpected. Reassuring. It was as if he wanted me to know, in Sweet as hell. Unexpected. Reassuring. It was as if he wanted me to know, in his own particular Noah way, that he hadn't forgotten about me. — Sarah Darlington
Darlington Sayings By Tony Stewart: It's hard to not make a mistake at Darlington. It's hard to not make a mistake at Darlington. — Tony Stewart
Darlington Sayings By Sarah Darlington: But maybe she'd always been this fucking adorable and I'd just been the jackass who But maybe she'd always been this fucking adorable and I'd just been the jackass who never bothered to notice. — Sarah Darlington
Darlington Sayings By Oscar Wilde: What is a cynic? A man who knows the price of everything and the value What is a cynic? A man who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing. And a sentimentalist, my dear Darlington, is a man who sees an absurd value in everything, and doesn't know the market place of any single thing. — Oscar Wilde
Darlington Sayings By C.D. Darlington: We are now witnessing, after the slow fermentation of fifty years, a concentration of technical We are now witnessing, after the slow fermentation of fifty years, a concentration of technical power aimed at the essential determinants of heredity, development and disease. This concentration is made possible by the common function of nucleic acids as the molecular midwife of all reproductive particles. Indeed it is the nucleic acids which, in spite of their chemical obscurity, are giving to biology a unity which has so far been lacking, a chemical unity. — C.D. Darlington