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18 Edgewise Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Edgewise Sayings By Viet Thanh Nguyen: I was no more than the garment worker who made sure the stitching was correct I was no more than the garment worker who made sure the stitching was correct in an outfit designed, produced, and consumed by the wealthy white people of the world. They owned the means of production, and therefore the means of representation, and the best that we could ever hope for was to get a word in edgewise before our anonymous deaths. — Viet Thanh Nguyen
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Edgewise Sayings By Joan Didion: I closed the box and put it in a closet.There is no real way to I closed the box and put it in a closet.
There is no real way to deal with everything we lose. — Joan Didion
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Edgewise Sayings By Lisa Mantchev: Won't SOMEONE think of the PUDDING? Won't SOMEONE think of the PUDDING? — Lisa Mantchev
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Edgewise Sayings By Malcolm Gladwell: It was a huge mistake," Chris recalls. "I had a real case of culture shock. It was a huge mistake," Chris recalls. "I had a real case of culture shock. I was a crew-cut kid who had been working as a ranch hand in the summers in Montana, and there I was, with a whole bunch of long-haired city kids, most of them from New York. And these kids had a whole different style than I was used to. I couldn't get a word in edgewise at class. They were very inquisitive. Asking questions all the time. I was crammed into a dorm room. There were four of us, and the other three guys had a whole different other lifestyle. They were smoking pot. They would bring their girlfriends into the room. I had never smoked pot before. So basically I took to hiding in the library. — Malcolm Gladwell
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Edgewise Sayings By Dillon Burroughs: When we first come to faith in Christ, we often think it was simply of When we first come to faith in Christ, we often think it was simply of our own choosing. Only later do we realize we would have never taken that step of faith apart from His grace drawing us near to Him. — Dillon Burroughs
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Edgewise Sayings By J.D. Salinger: And you make people nervous, young man," she said - most equably, for her. "You And you make people nervous, young man," she said - most equably, for her. "You either take to somebody or you don't. If you do, then you do all the talking and nobody can even get a word in edgewise. If you don't like somebody - which is most of the time - then you just sit around like death itself and let the person talk themself into a hole. I've seen you do it. — J.D. Salinger
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Edgewise Sayings By John E. Jones III: I liked to go to court. I became a lawyer because of the allure of I liked to go to court. I became a lawyer because of the allure of the courtroom, not necessarily to be chained to an office desk. — John E. Jones III
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Edgewise Sayings By Jo Bonner: The Inspector General issued six reviews and reports on actions taken based on provisions of The Inspector General issued six reviews and reports on actions taken based on provisions of the act. In those six reports, the IG found that not one violation of an individual's civil liberties - a total of zero - had taken place since the act was instituted. — Jo Bonner
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Edgewise Sayings By Lena Dunham: You are mad to be spending the summer in the country, where the days are You are mad to be spending the summer in the country, where the days are too quiet and you have so much time to think. In the city you live on Broadway, where the noise is so thick your scary thoughts can't get a word in edgewise. But here in the county, there is only space. On the stone bridge by the stream. On the mossy rock at the edge of the yard. Behind the abandoned trailer where Art, the old man with the glass eye, used to live. Space, space, space, and you can scare yourself into thinking your thoughts are more like voices. — Lena Dunham
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Edgewise Sayings By Michael Muller: The challenges I face in the studio pale in comparison to when I'm out in The challenges I face in the studio pale in comparison to when I'm out in nature. — Michael Muller
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Edgewise Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: Giulio and Maria have a beautiful apartment, the most impressive feature of which is, to Giulio and Maria have a beautiful apartment, the most impressive feature of which is, to my mind, the wall that Maria once covered with angry curses against Giulio (scrawled in black magic marker) because they were having an argument and 'he yells louder than me' and she wanted to get a word in edgewise. — Elizabeth Gilbert
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Edgewise Sayings By Marion Zimmer Bradley: It is hardly lonely in a nunnery, son, with other women. And God is there."Morgause It is hardly lonely in a nunnery, son, with other women. And God is there."
Morgause said, "I would rather dwell in a hermitage in the forest than in a house full of chattering ladies! If God is there, it must be hard for him to get a word in edgewise! — Marion Zimmer Bradley
Edgewise Sayings By Benjamin Franklin: A greater Quantity of some things may be eaten than of others, some being of A greater Quantity of some things may be eaten than of others, some being of lighter Digestion than others. — Benjamin Franklin
Edgewise Sayings By Lee Child: Then what I know now. Which phrase is used a lot. Then what I know now. Which phrase is used a lot. — Lee Child
Edgewise Sayings By Louise Erdrich: I got well by talking. Death could not get a word in edgewise, grew discouraged, I got well by talking. Death could not get a word in edgewise, grew discouraged, and traveled on. — Louise Erdrich
Edgewise Sayings By Phil LaMarr: Quentin Tarantino was fantastic. I mean, he can be almost unbearable as a person. At Quentin Tarantino was fantastic. I mean, he can be almost unbearable as a person. At a party, you can't get a word in edgewise for, like, an hour. But as a director, he is so completely open and just ... present. — Phil LaMarr
Edgewise Sayings By Robert Sarah: Necessary collegial consultation therefore does not abolish the autonomy and responsibility of the bishop in Necessary collegial consultation therefore does not abolish the autonomy and responsibility of the bishop in his own diocese. No one should feel obliged or forced by the collegial decision of the episcopate, especially when pressures and campaigns are organized to exert influence on certain persons for the purpose of imposing a point of view that is not spiritual but ideological. Episcopal collaboration becomes deficient if it is biased because of political aims. Each bishop is responsible before God for the way in which he fulfills his episcopal responsibilities toward the flock that the Holy Spirit has entrusted to his protection. Collegiality — Robert Sarah
Edgewise Sayings By E. O. Wilson: Known as the biosphere to scientists and as the creation to theologians, all of life Known as the biosphere to scientists and as the creation to theologians, all of life together consists of a membrane around earth so thin that it cannot be seen edgewise from a satellite yet so prodigiously diverse that only a tiny fraction of species have been discovered and named. — E. O. Wilson