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English Only Please Sayings By William Shakespeare: What soilders whey-face? The English for so please you. Take thy face hence. What soilders whey-face? The English for so please you. Take thy face hence. — William Shakespeare
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English Only Please Sayings By Marlene Dietrich: In language gender is particularly confusing. Why, please, should a table be male in German, In language gender is particularly confusing. Why, please, should a table be male in German, female in French, and castrated in English? — Marlene Dietrich
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English Only Please Sayings By Wendy Alexander: The four most powerful words in the English language - please, thanks, sorry and why. The four most powerful words in the English language - please, thanks, sorry and why. — Wendy Alexander
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English Only Please Sayings By Lewis Carroll: Alice kept her eyes anxiously fixed on it, for she felt sure she would catch Alice kept her eyes anxiously fixed on it, for she felt sure she would catch a bad cold if she did not get dry very soon.
'Ahem!' said the Mouse with an important air, 'are you all ready? This is the driest thing I know. Silence all round, if you please! William the Conqueror, whose cause was favoured by the pope, was soon submitted to by the English [ ... ] — Lewis Carroll
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English Only Please Sayings By Mary Church Terrell: Please stop using the word "Negro." ... We are the only human beings in the Please stop using the word "Negro." ... We are the only human beings in the world with fifty-seven variety of complexions who are classed together as a single racial unit. Therefore, we are really truly colored people, and that is the only name in the English language which accurately describes us. — Mary Church Terrell
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English Only Please Sayings By Helene Hanff: Please write and tell me about London, I live for the day when I step Please write and tell me about London, I live for the day when I step off the boat-train and feel its dirty sidewalks under my feet. I want to walk up Berkeley Square and down Wimpole Street and stand in St.Paul's where John Donne preached and sit on the step Elizabeth sat on when she refused to enter the Tower, and like that. A newspaper man I know, who was stationed in London during the war, says tourists go to England with preconceived notions, so they always find exactly what they go looking for. I told him I'd go looking for the England of English literature, and he said:
Then it's there. — Helene Hanff
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English Only Please Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: His manner was polite; his accent, in speaking, struck me as being somewhat unusual, - His manner was polite; his accent, in speaking, struck me as being somewhat unusual, - not precisely foreign, but still not altogether English: his age might be about Mr. Rochester's, - between thirty and forty; his complexion was singularly sallow: otherwise he was a fine-looking man, at first sight especially. On closer examination, you detected something in his face that displeased, or rather that failed to please. His features were regular, but too relaxed: his eye was large and well cut, but the life looking out of it was a tame, vacant life - at least so I thought. — Charlotte Bronte
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English Only Please Sayings By Patrick Ness: And still you make fun," Tomassz complains, "after I am saving your life. Again. So And still you make fun," Tomassz complains, "after I am saving your life. Again. So tell me please, your inntricate knowledge of Polish references. Yes, that would be most amusing. Long, long talk now about Polish language and the words Polish people use to feel in picturesque language."
"Where did you learn English? The 1950s? — Patrick Ness
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English Only Please Sayings By Graham Moore: Over the years, I would go to my agents, my manager, and I would say, Over the years, I would go to my agents, my manager, and I would say, 'Hey, there's this amazing true story about this gay English mathematician who committed suicide in the 1950s.' And they would be like, 'Please don't ever write that script. That is an unmakeable film.' — Graham Moore
English Only Please Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: Cam restored her clothing slowly, his strong hands lifting her from the beech. Crushing her Cam restored her clothing slowly, his strong hands lifting her from the beech. Crushing her close, he muttered something incomprehensible against her hair. Another spell to bind her, she thought hazily, her cheek pressed to his smooth, hard chest. "You're speaking in Romany," she mumbled.
Cam switched to English. "Amelia, I - " He stopped, as if the right words eluded him. "I can't stop myself from being jealous, any more than I can stop being half Roma. But I'll try not to be overbearing. Just say you'll be my wife."
"Please," Amelia whispered, her wits still scattered, "let me answer later. When I can think clearly."
"You do too much thinking." He kissed the top of her head. "I can't promise you a perfect life. But I can promise that no matter what happens, I'll give you everything I have. We'll be together. You inside me ... me inside you. — Lisa Kleypas
English Only Please Sayings By Anne Carson: Ray please I never lied to her. When need arose I may have used words Ray please I never lied to her. When need arose I may have used words that lied. — Anne Carson
English Only Please Sayings By Todd English: We'll serve, on a good Saturday night six or seven thousand people in all the We'll serve, on a good Saturday night six or seven thousand people in all the restaurants, and it's like, the percentages are that maybe one person's not going to like what they get. And I can't be there to fix it. I hate that. We're in this business to make things that please people. — Todd English
English Only Please Sayings By Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni: Hi mam I am Divya studying 2nd year English I am doing research about you Hi mam I am Divya studying 2nd year English I am doing research about you so please tell me the relation of Anand in Conch series which compared to foreign culture — Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
English Only Please Sayings By Lisa Carlisle: Remind me who you are," he said in a gentler tone, almost a please. "How Remind me who you are," he said in a gentler tone, almost a please. "How we know each other."
"Okay," she began. "I'm Savannah Evans, a grad student and teaching assistant who teaches English at a college in Cambridge. I applied to the colony to work on my poetry and arrived six weeks ago. "We've spoken many times. You've praised my work, which I find a great honor as I'm a fan of your art. — Lisa Carlisle
English Only Please Sayings By J.R. Rain: Is that all?" asked the butler. His slightly melodic accent was nearly impossible to place. Is that all?" asked the butler. His slightly melodic accent was nearly impossible to place. It could have been British, but it wasn't any British accent I had ever heard. The words Old English came to mind, too. As in old, old English. This, I'm certain, was a psychic hit, but I could have been wrong. Just how old Franklin was remained to be seen. "Thank you, Franklin. That will be all," said Kingsley, waving him off. The butler nodded. "If you and the lady need anything else, please do not hesitate to rouse me from a deep and satisfying sleep." "We won't, Franklin. Now, off you go! — J.R. Rain
English Only Please Sayings By Josh Lanyon: I do not want this cat. No, Nat. Not in a hat. Not in my I do not want this cat. No, Nat. Not in a hat. Not in my flat. Not in the store, not anymore, just out the door.
if you please. — Josh Lanyon
English Only Please Sayings By John Irving: Casey recalled how Gail defended herself in the parking lot of the English & Philosophy Casey recalled how Gail defended herself in the parking lot of the English & Philosophy Building from the unwanted attentions of a lecherous fellow student, who shall remain nameless. 'Please leave me alone,' Ms Godwin warned the offending student, 'or I shall be forced to wound you with a weapon you can ill afford to be wounded by in a town this small.' The threat was most mysterious, not to mention writerly, but the oafish lecher was not easily deterred. 'And what might that weapon be, little lady?' the lout allegedly asked. 'Gossip,' Gail Godwin replied. — John Irving
English Only Please Sayings By John Loengard: When I go to photograph somebody, they say, "What do you want me to do?" When I go to photograph somebody, they say, "What do you want me to do?" Those are the most frightening words in the English language. I want to say, "Please, go over into good light and do something unusual. — John Loengard
English Only Please Sayings By Tessa Dare: He looked at the mud. "If I pull you free, will you promise to bed He looked at the mud. "If I pull you free, will you promise to bed me for my pains?"

"Here's what I'll promise, Logan MacKenzie. If you don't get me free, I will come back from the grave and haunt you. Relentlessly."

"For a timid English bluestocking, you can be quite fierce when you choose to be. I rather like it."

She hugged herself to keep her hands out of the creeping mud. "Logan, please. I be you, stop teasing and get me out of this. I'm cold. And I'm frightened."

"Look at me."
She looked at him.
His gaze held hers, blue and unwavering.

All teasing went out his voice. "I'm not leaving. Ten years in the British Army, and I've never left a man behind. I'm not leaving you. I'll have you out of this. Understand? — Tessa Dare
English Only Please Sayings By James Weldon Johnson: I found cause to wonder upon what ground the English accuse Americans of corrupting the I found cause to wonder upon what ground the English accuse Americans of corrupting the language by introducing slang words. I think I heard more and more different kinds of slang during my few weeks' stay in London than in my whole "tenderloin" life in New York. But I suppose the English feel that the language is theirs, and that they may do with it as they please without at the same time allowing that privilege to others. — James Weldon Johnson
English Only Please Sayings By Paul Rust: My mom was my English teacher in high school. So to be able to bend My mom was my English teacher in high school. So to be able to bend the rules and be the class clown and get to take on my religion, my mom, and my town all at the same time was glorious. I think the desire to be funny was a mixture of wanting to be liked but also wanting to throw your elbows a bit. If you're cracking a joke in school, it's sort of anti-authority, but it's in the nicest, "Please like me!" way. — Paul Rust
English Only Please Sayings By Howard Zinn: It was a complex chain of oppression in Virginia. The Indians were plundered by white It was a complex chain of oppression in Virginia. The Indians were plundered by white frontiersmen, who were taxed and controlled by the Jamestown elite. And the whole colony was being exploited by England, which bought the colonists' tobacco at prices it dictated and made 100,000 pounds a year for the King. Berkeley himself, returning to England years earlier to protest the English Navigation Acts, which gave English merchants a monopoly of the colonial trade, had said: . . . we cannot but resent, that forty thousand people should be impoverish'd to enrich little more than forty Merchants, who being the only buyers of our Tobacco, give us what they please for it, and after it is here, sell it how they please; and indeed have forty thousand servants in us at cheaper rates, than any other men have slaves. . . . — Howard Zinn
English Only Please Sayings By Clive Barker: All this talk of necromancy was just a morbid veil drawn over the filthy truth All this talk of necromancy was just a morbid veil drawn over the filthy truth of the matter. Poor Elise! Stuck with a broken-down husband, who knew no better way to please than to give her over to an Englishman for an occasional pleasuring. Of all things, an Englishman! As if the English knew anything about making love.
("Haeckel's Tale") — Clive Barker
English Only Please Sayings By Vicki Baum: I've been in New York only a few days and I have learned only two I've been in New York only a few days and I have learned only two words of your language: one is Swell, and the other is Lousy ... 'It's swell to be with you and excuse, please, my lousy English! — Vicki Baum
English Only Please Sayings By Sergei Ivantchev: I bareley knew how to say "my name is," "please" and "thank you," or "I I bareley knew how to say "my name is," "please" and "thank you," or "I don't speak english," never mind understanding a Newfoundlander talking to me! — Sergei Ivantchev
English Only Please Sayings By Alyxandra Harvey: We have the same symptoms as tuberculosis, especially in the eyes of the Romantic Poets. We have the same symptoms as tuberculosis, especially in the eyes of the Romantic Poets. Pale, tired, coughing up blood."
"That's romantic?"
I had to smile. "Romantic with a capital 'R.' You know, like Byron and Coleridge."
He gave a mock shudder. "Please, stop. I barely passed English Lit."
I snorted. "I didn't have that option. One of my aunts took Byron as a lover."
"Get out."
"Seriously. It makes Lucy insanely jealous."
"That girl is . . ."
"My best friend," I filled in sternly.
"I was only going to say she's unique. — Alyxandra Harvey
English Only Please Sayings By Holly Black: I'm sick of you all acting like I'm this English freak raining on your little I'm sick of you all acting like I'm this English freak raining on your little math-science parade. Sung seems to think my contribution to this team is a little less than everyone else's."
"Anyone can memorize book titles!" Sung shouted. "Oh, please.Like I care what you think? You don't even know the difference between Keats and Byron. — Holly Black
English Only Please Sayings By Chloe Neill: If you're going to yell at me, do it in English, please. I'd like to If you're going to yell at me, do it in English, please. I'd like to understand the insult so I can frame an appropriately pithy response. — Chloe Neill
English Only Please Sayings By Josh Lanyon: I know that asshole you were with in college ""Can we leave that asshole out I know that asshole you were with in college
"
"Can we leave that asshole out of it?"
Please, gentlemen, one asshole at a time. — Josh Lanyon
English Only Please Sayings By Tim FitzHigham: In a French accent developed through a lifetime of using English I said, 'Hello sir, In a French accent developed through a lifetime of using English I said, 'Hello sir, I would like to row the English Channel in a bath please.'
What actually arrived in the ear of the French Navy man was, 'Hello sire, I would like to fight a condom across a bath if you please. — Tim FitzHigham
English Only Please Sayings By Hazel Rowley: Beauvoir lent Maheu a recent English novel she had enjoyed, The Green Hat, by Michael Beauvoir lent Maheu a recent English novel she had enjoyed, The Green Hat, by Michael Arlen. She admired its independent heroine, Iris Storm. Maheu did not. 'I have no liking for women of easy virtue,' he told her. 'Much as I like a woman to please me, I find it impossible to respect any woman I've had.' Beauvoir was indignant. 'One does not HAVE an Iris Storm! — Hazel Rowley
English Only Please Sayings By Adam Nicolson: The language of the King James Bible is the language of patriarchy, of an instructed The language of the King James Bible is the language of patriarchy, of an instructed order, of richness as a form of beauty, of authority as a form of good; the New English Bible is motivated by the opposite, an anxiety not to bore or intimidate. It is driven, in other words, by the desire to please and, in that way, is a form of language which has died. — Adam Nicolson