Formalised Famous Quotes & Sayings

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14 Formalised Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Formalised Sayings By Margaret Way: All human happiness revolves around love. Love is central to the bonds on which a All human happiness revolves around love. Love is central to the bonds on which a family is built. — Margaret Way
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Formalised Sayings By Doris Lessing: Always, in epochs when the languages and dialects of a culture have become outstripped by Always, in epochs when the languages and dialects of a culture have become outstripped by development of a practical sort, these languages become repetitive, formalised
and ridiculous. Phrases, words, associations of sentences spin themselves out automatically, but have no effect: they have lost their power, their energy. — Doris Lessing
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Formalised Sayings By Gael Garcia Bernal: The type of music we know as classical music began with rich people hiring musicians The type of music we know as classical music began with rich people hiring musicians or owning them in a way. Without funding, it's very hard to have this experience. Be it state money or private money, there has to be someone dedicated to raising the money. — Gael Garcia Bernal
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Formalised Sayings By Helen Clark: I felt really compromised. I think legal marriage is unnecessary and I would not have I felt really compromised. I think legal marriage is unnecessary and I would not have formalised the relationship [with husband Peter Davis] except for going into Parliament. I have always railed against it privately. — Helen Clark
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Formalised Sayings By Natalie Maines: I sing all the time. But maybe nobody's hearing it, because I'm singing in my I sing all the time. But maybe nobody's hearing it, because I'm singing in my car or in my house or whatever. I don't need the roar of the crowd, and I don't need to hear cheers to feel validated. — Natalie Maines
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Formalised Sayings By Barbara Sher: Sometimes the only thing we do to avoid success is refuse to be energetic on Sometimes the only thing we do to avoid success is refuse to be energetic on our own behalf — Barbara Sher
Formalised Sayings By Michael Benson: Murderers with severe personality disorders, police had learned, sometimes could fool a lie detector because Murderers with severe personality disorders, police had learned, sometimes could fool a lie detector because they lacked shame and guilt, and didn't feel the normal stress when lying. — Michael Benson
Formalised Sayings By Mitch Rowland: After you've found love, and you look back on the path you took to reach After you've found love, and you look back on the path you took to reach it, it all seems a bit silly. We spend so much time fearing rejection, when what we really should fear is not trying at all. — Mitch Rowland
Formalised Sayings By Alison Fell: All young people believed they were immortal, and he had personal experience of the methods All young people believed they were immortal, and he had personal experience of the methods they used to cull themselves - base-jumping, sky-diving, hard drugs, alcohol. Over the years he'd come to see solid sense in the ways so-called savage peoples formalised their rituals of manhood; without such regulation, young men seemed compelled to invent their own, even more lethal, rites of passage. — Alison Fell
Formalised Sayings By J.G. Ballard: With its passive and unobtrusive despotism, the camera governed the smallest spaces of our lives. With its passive and unobtrusive despotism, the camera governed the smallest spaces of our lives. Even in the privacy of our own homes we had all been recruited to play our parts in what were little more than real-life commercials. As we cooked in our kitchens we were careful to follow the manufacturer's instructions, as we made love in our bedrooms we embraced within a familiar repertoire of gestures and affections. The medium of film had turned us all into minor actors in an endlessly running daytime serial. In the future, airliners would crash and presidents would be assassinated within agreed conventions as formalised as the coronation of a tsar. — J.G. Ballard
Formalised Sayings By H.P. Lovecraft: Because we remember pain and the menace of death more vividly than pleasure, and because Because we remember pain and the menace of death more vividly than pleasure, and because our feelings toward the beneficent aspects of the unknown have from the first been captured and formalised by conventional religious rituals, it has fallen to the lot of the darker and more maleficent side of cosmic mystery to figure chiefly in our popular supernatural folklore. — H.P. Lovecraft
Formalised Sayings By Maya Angelou: The customs are as formalised as an eighteenth-century minuet, and a child at the race's The customs are as formalised as an eighteenth-century minuet, and a child at the race's knee learns the moves and twirls by osmosis and observation. — Maya Angelou
Formalised Sayings By James Joseph Sylvester: A mathematical idea should not be petrified in a formalised axiomatic setting, but should be A mathematical idea should not be petrified in a formalised axiomatic setting, but should be considered instead as flowing as a river. — James Joseph Sylvester
Formalised Sayings By Dylan O'Brien: I never have an opinion about clothes and know nothing about fashion. I never have an opinion about clothes and know nothing about fashion. — Dylan O'Brien