Distant Sister Famous Quotes & Sayings

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8 Distant Sister Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Distant Sister Sayings By Jim Thompson: He'd seen this babe beforeher many counterparts, that is. He knew her kin, distant and He'd seen this babe before
her many counterparts, that is. He knew her kin, distant and near. All her mamas, sisters, aunts, cousins and what have you. And he knew the name was Lowdown with a capital L. He wasn't at all surprised to find her in a setup like this. Not after encountering her as a warden's sister-in-law, the assistant treasurer of a country bank, and a supervisor of paroles. This babe got around. She was the original square-plug-in-a-round-hole kid. But she never changed any. She had that good old Lowdown blood in her, and the right guy could bring it out. — Jim Thompson
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Distant Sister Sayings By Max Walker: My sister died and my mum was really distant, as you do - you don't My sister died and my mum was really distant, as you do - you don't expect your offspring to die before you. I thought I was bulletproof up until that stage. — Max Walker
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Distant Sister Sayings By Alice Hoffman: Abra DeMadrigal didn't look young enough to be my sister anymore. Her sorrow weighed her Abra DeMadrigal didn't look young enough to be my sister anymore. Her sorrow weighed her down and aged her. She was still beautiful, but she looked very far away. No wonder our people had raven eyes, so distant, so sad. No matter how wise she was, my mother looked like a woman who hadn't truely believed how much evil there was in our world. Not until this moment. — Alice Hoffman
Distant Sister Sayings By Janine Di Giovanni: My own mother, my sister and nearly all the women in my family had full-time My own mother, my sister and nearly all the women in my family had full-time jobs as mothers. They were wonderful at it. They drove their children back and forth to soccer, skating lessons, piano lessons, private schools, but I sensed, even in my own mother, a kind of distant dissatisfaction. — Janine Di Giovanni
Distant Sister Sayings By Michael Abramson: A familiar oak tree. A pine needle carpeted forest. She searches for secret messages from A familiar oak tree. A pine needle carpeted forest. She searches for secret messages from her dead father. The big house fills the background. Wind carries a sound of distant crying, and a plaintive voice sounding like her sister. — Michael Abramson
Distant Sister Sayings By Henry Johnson Jr: You can not fight "RACISM" when the "MIND" is weak. You can't fight "INJUSTICE" or You can not fight "RACISM" when the "MIND" is weak. You can't fight "INJUSTICE" or "CORRUPTION" when you're not a true follower of your soul. You can't fight "OPPRESSION" when you "THINK" and "ACT" like the oppressor. You can't become a "CHANGE" when you keep on accepting the same old results.You can't become a valuable source in society when you devalued your brothers and sisters from distant lands.

It is impossible to change America when you see foul practices at institutions and don't speak up because it is not affecting you. What affect others should affect you mentally and physically, be part of the "HUMAN RACE." Be your brother's/sister's keeper no matter what religion or race he or she is. Be the change that you want to see in America. — Henry Johnson Jr
Distant Sister Sayings By Daniel Keyes: Remembering how my mother looked before she gave birth to my sister is frightening. But Remembering how my mother looked before she gave birth to my sister is frightening. But even more frightening is the feeling that I wanted them to catch me and beat me. Why did I want to be punished? Shadows out of the past clutch at my legs and drag me down. I open my mouth to scream, but I am voiceless. My hands are trembling, I feel cold, and there is a distant humming in my ears. — Daniel Keyes
Distant Sister Sayings By Shannon Hale: Her eyes were distant, and she seemed to be listening to that voice that first Her eyes were distant, and she seemed to be listening to that voice that first told her the story, a mother, sister, or aunt. Then her voice, like her singing, cut through the crickets and crackling fire. — Shannon Hale