Dissimilars Famous Quotes & Sayings

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14 Dissimilars Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Dissimilars Sayings By Saint Augustine: The sole purpose of life is to gain merit for life in eternity. The sole purpose of life is to gain merit for life in eternity. — Saint Augustine
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Dissimilars Sayings By Anthony Pettis: My whole career, I've been fighting wrestlers. If you look back, all of my fights My whole career, I've been fighting wrestlers. If you look back, all of my fights have been against wrestlers. — Anthony Pettis
Dissimilars Sayings By Joyesh Mazumdar: Read my book on Amazon Kindle Store- The Sergeant Who Raped A Minor. Read my book on Amazon Kindle Store- The Sergeant Who Raped A Minor. — Joyesh Mazumdar
Dissimilars Sayings By Sylvain Reynard: This was the joy that the world soughtsacred and pagan all at once. A union This was the joy that the world sought
sacred and pagan all at once. A union between two dissimilars into a seamless one. A picture of love and deep satisfaction. An ecstatic glimpse of the beatific vision. — Sylvain Reynard
Dissimilars Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: It was one of those strange moments that came to him rarely, but never left. It was one of those strange moments that came to him rarely, but never left. A moment that stamped itself on heart and brain, instantly recallable in every detail, for all of his life. There was no telling what made these moments different from any other, though he knew them when they came. He had seen sights more gruesome and more beautiful by far, and been left with no more than a fleeting muddle of their memory. But these
the still moments, as he called them to himself
they came with no warning, to print a random image of the most common things inside his brain, indelible. — Diana Gabaldon
Dissimilars Sayings By Aristotle.: It is a great thing, indeed, to make a proper use of the poetical forms, It is a great thing, indeed, to make a proper use of the poetical forms, as also of compounds and strange words. But the greatest thing by far is to be a master of metaphor. It is the one thing that cannot be learnt from others; and it is also a sign of genius, since a good metaphor implies an intuitive perception of the similarity in dissimilars. — Aristotle.
Dissimilars Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: In such a way is freedom of thought lost ... By small cuts. By small In such a way is freedom of thought lost ... By small cuts. By small acts of disapproval. By a thousand discouragements of spirit. — Alexander McCall Smith
Dissimilars Sayings By Rebecca Ferguson: I'm not on the stage going, 'Look at me! I'm amazing!' I accept my vulnerability, I'm not on the stage going, 'Look at me! I'm amazing!' I accept my vulnerability, don't pretend I'm something I'm not. I don't want to come across as fake. — Rebecca Ferguson
Dissimilars Sayings By Sarah Ban Breathnach: Harmony is the inner cadence of contentment we feel when the melody of life is Harmony is the inner cadence of contentment we feel when the melody of life is in tune. — Sarah Ban Breathnach
Dissimilars Sayings By Alfonso Cuaron: You have to be very focused about the music that you have inside. You have to be very focused about the music that you have inside. — Alfonso Cuaron
Dissimilars Sayings By Bill Maher: What I have against religion is that they start you when you are so defenseless. What I have against religion is that they start you when you are so defenseless. I mean, I was three when they started pumping this bullshit into my head. I believed in Santa Claus and the Fairy Godmother, of course I believed in a virgin birth, and a guy lived in a whale, and a woman came from a rib. But then something happened that made me doubt all of it: I graduated sixth grade! — Bill Maher
Dissimilars Sayings By Michael Beckwith: A bad day for the ego is a good day for the soul. A bad day for the ego is a good day for the soul. — Michael Beckwith
Dissimilars Sayings By Robert Smithson: Language operates between literal and metaphorical signification. The power of a word lies in the Language operates between literal and metaphorical signification. The power of a word lies in the very inadequacy of the context it is placed, in the unresolved or partially resolved tension of disparates. A word fixed or a statement isolated without any decorative or 'cubist' visual format, becomes a perception of similarity in dissimilars - in short a paradox. — Robert Smithson
Dissimilars Sayings By Robert Bosnak: Aristotle said29 that "the greatest thing by far is to be a master of metaphor. Aristotle said29 that "the greatest thing by far is to be a master of metaphor. It is the one thing that cannot be learnt from others; and it is also a sign of genius, since a good metaphor implies an intuitive perception of similarity in dissimilars. — Robert Bosnak