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Glaze Sayings By Sarah Dessen: Jennifer Anne had prepared some complicated-looking recipe involving chicken breasts stuffed with sweet potatoes topped Jennifer Anne had prepared some complicated-looking recipe involving chicken breasts stuffed with sweet potatoes topped with a vegetable glaze. They looked perfect, but it was the kind of dish where you just knew someone had to have been pawing at your food for a long while to get it just right, their fingers all in what now you were having to stick in your mouth. — Sarah Dessen
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Glaze Sayings By Katie McGarry: The entire room turns and stares. There's no doubt what they see - ripped jeans, The entire room turns and stares. There's no doubt what they see - ripped jeans, a black T-shirt, tattoos and earrings. I don't care what they see. All I care about is what she sees: a person unwelcomed or the guy she loves.
A tear flows down her face, and the hand wrapped at her waist tells me she's paralyzed. In a long gold ball gown that's more skirt than dress, Rachel is truly the angel I believe her to be. A man in a tuxedo stands. "Son, I think you have the wrong room."
"No. I don't." I stride between the tables, keeping my eyes locked with hers. The closer I get, the more she straightens. Her hand falls from her stomach, and the tear clears from her face. Rachel gazes at me as if I'm a dream. I extend my hand, palm out. "I need help."
Her blue eyes lose their glaze, and the hue of violet I love so much returns. "So do I." — Katie McGarry
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Glaze Sayings By Elizabeth Smart: I review all I know, but can synthesize no meaning. When I doze, the Fact, I review all I know, but can synthesize no meaning. When I doze, the Fact, the certain accomplished calamity, wakes me roughly like a brutal nurse. I see it crouching inflexibly in a corner of the ceiling. It comes down in geometrical diagonal like lightning.
It says, I remain, I AM, I shall never cease to be: your memory will grow a deathly glaze: you will forget, you will fade out, but I cannot be undone.
Thus every quarter hour it puts the taste of death in my mouth, and shows me, but not gently, how I go whoring after oblivion. — Elizabeth Smart
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Glaze Sayings By Marianne Moore: The mind is an enchanting thing is an enchanted thing, like the glaze on a The mind is an enchanting thing is an enchanted thing, like the glaze on a katydid-wing subdivided by sun till the nettings are legion. — Marianne Moore
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Glaze Sayings By J.H. Glaze: Writing is not about the voices in your head, but the voices that make the Writing is not about the voices in your head, but the voices that make the great leap to the page. — J.H. Glaze
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Glaze Sayings By Stephen Jay Gould: My potential salvation ... must remain an unswerving commitment to treat generality only as it My potential salvation ... must remain an unswerving commitment to treat generality only as it emerges from little things that arrest us and open our eyes with "aha"
while direct, abstract, learned assaults upon generalities usually glaze them over. — Stephen Jay Gould
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Glaze Sayings By Anna Banti: There was nothing on any of the canvasses that she would have liked to hide There was nothing on any of the canvasses that she would have liked to hide or conceal, nor was she ashamed of being thus exposed through her work, good or bad though it might be, the essence, the unique flavour of days when she had been happily engrossed in recreating a face or a garment, in inventing an effective light, in applying an expressive glaze. — Anna Banti
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Glaze Sayings By Paul Yoon: One night, returning to the house, he went into his father's shed. He stared at One night, returning to the house, he went into his father's shed. He stared at the unsold pots and the vases on the shelves, at their shapes and their designs, the illustrations of landscapes. He wondered what would become of them. He reached for one, then hesitated. He thought of them staying here, untouched, through the seasons and the years. He thought of the ones people had purchased, scattered throughout the country. He imagined that somewhere underneath the glaze and the paint there remained his father's hands. That they contained the heat of a kiln and a home that no longer existed. He wondered whether he would be able to recognize them if he saw them again. — Paul Yoon
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Glaze Sayings By Andrew Lang: There's a joy without canker or cark, There's a pleasure eternally new, 'T is to There's a joy without canker or cark,
There's a pleasure eternally new,
'T is to gloat on the glaze and the mark
Of china that's ancient and blue. — Andrew Lang
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Glaze Sayings By George R R Martin: The pale pink light of dawn sparkled on branch and leaf and stone. Every blade The pale pink light of dawn sparkled on branch and leaf and stone. Every blade of grass was carved from emerald, every drip of water turned to diamond. Flowers and mushrooms alike wore coats of glass. Even the mud puddles had a bright brown sheen. Through the shimmering greenery, the black tents of his brothers were encased in a fine glaze of ice. So there is magic beyond the Wall after all. — George R R Martin
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Glaze Sayings By John Owen: Thoughts are the great purveyors of the soul to bring in provision to satisfy its Thoughts are the great purveyors of the soul to bring in provision to satisfy its affections; and if sin remain unmortified in the heart, they must ever and anon53 be making provision for the flesh, to fulfill the lusts thereof. They must glaze, adorn, and dress the objects of the flesh, and bring them home to give satisfaction; and this they are able to do, in the service of a defiled imagination, beyond all expression. — John Owen
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Glaze Sayings By Kate Christensen: Country ham is baked whole, usually with a glaze, sometimes studded with cloves, and served Country ham is baked whole, usually with a glaze, sometimes studded with cloves, and served as the centerpiece of Christmas and Easter feasts. — Kate Christensen
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Glaze Sayings By Doris Grumbach: My eyes glaze over at a writer solving tiny problems. My eyes glaze over at a writer solving tiny problems. — Doris Grumbach
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Glaze Sayings By Nichole Bernier: Kate made a concerted effort not to drift into mommy terrain when she was with Kate made a concerted effort not to drift into mommy terrain when she was with them, though she sometimes slipped and saw their eyes glaze over, like her older sister's would. — Nichole Bernier
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Glaze Sayings By John Eldredge: He woos, he confronts, he delivers, he heals, he shoots straight, and then he uses He woos, he confronts, he delivers, he heals, he shoots straight, and then he uses intrigue. He lives out before them the most compelling view of God, shows them an incredibly attractive holiness while shattering the religious glaze. But still, he lets them walk away if they choose. — John Eldredge
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Glaze Sayings By Kristin Hannah: It was the first time she'd said the words aloud and they caused hot tears It was the first time she'd said the words aloud and they caused hot tears to glaze her eyes. "I ... drew attention to myself." "A dangerous thing to do." "The money my husband left is gone. I am unemployed. And winter will soon be upon us. How am I to survive? To feed Sophie and keep her warm?" She turned to look at him. Their gazes came together. She wanted to look away but couldn't. He placed the wineglass in her hand, forced her fingers to coil around it. His touch felt hot against her cold hands, made her shiver. She remembered his office suddenly - and all that food stacked within it. "It is just wine," he said again, and the scent of it, of black cherries and dark rich earth and a hint of lavender, wafted up to her nose, reminding her of the life she'd had — Kristin Hannah
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Glaze Sayings By Jay Kirk: Upon finding the letter, I had one of those out of body experiences that come Upon finding the letter, I had one of those out of body experiences that come only after poring over archival material for nine hours straight, most of it dull as dust, but then something like this appears and you look around at the two or three other glaze-eyed researchers and want to go around the room and give everyone a high-five, but instead you just get up and quietly go to the water fountain, then make a notation for photocopy, and crack the next folder. — Jay Kirk
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Glaze Sayings By Shary Boyle: It's tricky to be such an independent person, from Canada. It doesn't matter how incredible It's tricky to be such an independent person, from Canada. It doesn't matter how incredible your work is, if you're an unknown person and you're from Toronto, people's eyes glaze over immediately as soon as you introduce yourself. — Shary Boyle
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Glaze Sayings By K.M. Sheard: Many of the names in this book are thus the sort people call "traditional." Others Many of the names in this book are thus the sort people call "traditional." Others couldn't be further from traditional if they were distressed to within an inch of their lives and coated with a crackle glaze. Some — K.M. Sheard
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Glaze Sayings By Tana French: ... Obviously, I have always wished I could remember what happened in that wood. The ... Obviously, I have always wished I could remember what happened in that wood. The very few people who know about the whole Knocknaree thing invariably suggest, sooner or later, that I should try hypnotic regression, but for some reason I find the idea distasteful. I'm deeply suspicious of anything with a whiff of the New Age about it - not because of the practices themselves, which as far as I can tell from a safe distance may well have a lot to them, but because of the people who get involved who always seem to be the kind who corner you at parties to explain how they discovered that they are survivors and deserve to be happy. I worry that I might come out of hypnosis with that sugar-high glaze of self-satisfied enlightenment, like a seventeen-year-old who's just discovered Kerouak, and start proselytizing strangers in pubs ... — Tana French
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Glaze Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: The hours spent forming a written work can make one obsessive, distracted, compulsive, and neurotic The hours spent forming a written work can make one obsessive, distracted, compulsive, and neurotic even, especially when it comes to those rare, precious occasions of streaming pure inspiration. To have a muse moment interrupted - to watch her scuttle back into hiding with unshared insight remaining on the tip of her tongue - is a wicked irritation. When a writer's eyes glaze over, when she stares off at nothing or appears to be memorizing the lines on a blank page, when she falls asleep at the desk ... tiptoe softly. For a writer's greatest desire is to receive inspiration; her greatest nightmare, to have tossed to the wind what could've been captured in words. — Richelle E. Goodrich
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Glaze Sayings By William Carlos Williams: Old age isa flight of smallcheeping birdsskimmingbare treesabove a snow glaze. Old age is
a flight of small
cheeping birds
skimming
bare trees
above a snow glaze. — William Carlos Williams
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Glaze Sayings By Michael J. Sullivan: Arista was tortured with thoughts of roasted pig dripping with fruit glaze, beef served in Arista was tortured with thoughts of roasted pig dripping with fruit glaze, beef served in a thick, dark gravy, and mountains of chicken, quail, and duck. — Michael J. Sullivan
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Glaze Sayings By Michael Flynn: Tom was deep in MEGO by then. My Eyes Glaze Over. Normally, he was fascinated Tom was deep in MEGO by then. My Eyes Glaze Over. Normally, he was fascinated by matters statistic, but look up "fascination" someday. — Michael Flynn
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Glaze Sayings By Frederik Pohl: The FDA just ordered them off the market. The glaze is supposed to be poison The FDA just ordered them off the market. The glaze is supposed to be poison - provided you drink at least forty cups of tea out of one of them every day of your life for twenty years. — Frederik Pohl
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Glaze Sayings By Christina Lamb: At a dinner party in north London, I listened to friends bragging about buying Porsches At a dinner party in north London, I listened to friends bragging about buying Porsches with their bonuses and sending out from their offices for pizzas and clean shirts because they were clinching a deal and could not leave their desks. I wanted to tell them of a place where every family had lost a son or a husband or had a leg blown off, almost every child seen someone die in a rocket attack and where a small boy had told me his dream was to have a brightly coloured ball. But, when I began to talk about Afghanistan, I watched eyes glaze and felt as if I was trying to have a conversation about a movie no one else had seen. — Christina Lamb
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Glaze Sayings By Judith Fertig: I loved rhubarb, that hardy, underappreciated garden survivor that leafed out just as the worst I loved rhubarb, that hardy, underappreciated garden survivor that leafed out just as the worst of winter melted away. Not everyone was a fan, especially of the bitter, mushy, overcooked version. Yet sometimes a little bitterness could bring out the best in other flavors. Bitter rhubarb made sunny-day strawberry face the realities of life- and taste all the better for it. As I brushed the cakes with a deep pink glaze made from sweet strawberry and bottled rhubarb bitters, I hoped I would change rhubarb doubters. Certainly, the little Bundt cakes looked as irresistible as anything I had ever seen in a French patisserie. — Judith Fertig
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Glaze Sayings By Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa: When you tell people you're a playwright, their eyes sort of glaze over. But when When you tell people you're a playwright, their eyes sort of glaze over. But when you say you write the 'Fantastic Four' or 'Spider-Man,' they perk up. It's a touchstone that has gained more credibility as artistic expression. — Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
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Glaze Sayings By Robert Michael Pyle: The crushed carcasses of slugs and frogs mixing with the Cretaceous carbons of tar give The crushed carcasses of slugs and frogs mixing with the Cretaceous carbons of tar give the road an organic glaze. — Robert Michael Pyle
Glaze Sayings By Laurie Colwin: That family glaze of common references, jokes, events, calamities-that sense of a family being like That family glaze of common references, jokes, events, calamities-that sense of a family being like a kitchen midden: layer upon layer of the things daily life is made of. The edifice that lovers build is by comparison delicate and one-dimensional. — Laurie Colwin
Glaze Sayings By Abigail George: Like water our ideals for writing what seems at first to be a calling to Like water our ideals for writing what seems at first to be a calling to pen a masterpiece, it at first can be pure, fluid even (words can come easily) but we also have to learn to work with what our eyes glaze over as weak substitutes, words that we think have no substance to what we are learning towards. What is every poet's intention? Their intention is to forge, nullify, create, defend, fill the reader with the awe and inspiration that every poet themselves craves. They want to carve a name for themselves in the annals of history, leave a not so quiet legacy behind. Poets want immortality or rather they want their words to become immortal. Perhaps even Marlowe and Shakespeare had discussions about this. — Abigail George
Glaze Sayings By Laurie A. Helgoe: In a conversation with someone sharing gossip, the introvert's eyes glaze over and his brow In a conversation with someone sharing gossip, the introvert's eyes glaze over and his brow furrows as he tries to comprehend how this conversation could interest anyone. This is not because the introvert is morally superior - he just doesn't get it. As we've discussed, introverts are energized and excited by ideas. Simply talking about people, what they do and who they know, is noise for the introvert. He'll be looking between the lines for some meaning, and this can be hard work! Before long, he'll be looking for a way out of the conversation. — Laurie A. Helgoe
Glaze Sayings By Eliezer Yudkowsky: The human brain cannot release enough neurotransmitters to feel emotion a thousand times as strong The human brain cannot release enough neurotransmitters to feel emotion a thousand times as strong as the grief of one funeral. A prospective risk going from 10,000,000 deaths to 100,000,000 deaths does not multiply by ten the strength of our determination to stop it. It adds one more zero on paper for our eyes to glaze over. — Eliezer Yudkowsky
Glaze Sayings By Suzanne Finnamore: What I find about wedding plans is that everyone wants to talk about when I What I find about wedding plans is that everyone wants to talk about when I don't. As soon as I do feel like talking about my wedding plans, their eyes glaze over and I can see them wishing they were dead — Suzanne Finnamore
Glaze Sayings By Rohinton Mistry: Deeply moved, she poured the tea while they were finishing up. They came into the Deeply moved, she poured the tea while they were finishing up. They came into the kitchen to replace the cleaning things, and she handed two cups to Om.
Noticing the red rose borders, he started to point out her error, "The pink one's for us," then stopped. Her face told him she was aware of it.
"What?" she asked, taking the pink cup for herself, "Is something wrong?"
"Nothing," his voice caught . He turned away, hoping she did not see the film of water glaze his eyes. — Rohinton Mistry
Glaze Sayings By Robert Genn: We know the human mind is programmed to glaze over when bored. Conversely, the mind We know the human mind is programmed to glaze over when bored. Conversely, the mind is more alert in the presence of novelty. Our muse needs to stay seductive to keep our hands doing the right things. — Robert Genn
Glaze Sayings By A.G. Howard: His palm rests on the knob so I can't try to shut him out again. His palm rests on the knob so I can't try to shut him out again. Rain droplets glisten along his sleek hair, which no doubt took gallons of glaze and hours to perfect. It's the one part of his appearance Taelor will actually approve of.
As for me, I favour the messy look - hair out of sorts, body slicked in sweat with motor oil or watercolours splashed across his olive skin.
That's the Jeb I grew up with. The one I could count on. The one I've lost. — A.G. Howard
Glaze Sayings By Ani DiFranco: You rhapsodize about beauty, and my eyes glaze. Everything that I love is ugly. I You rhapsodize about beauty,
and my eyes glaze.
Everything that I love is ugly.
I mean really, you would be amazed.
Just do me a favor,
it's the least that you can do,
just don't treat me like I am
something that happened to you. — Ani DiFranco
Glaze Sayings By Dominic Smith: She has no interest in the composition from ten or twenty feet - that will She has no interest in the composition from ten or twenty feet - that will come later. What she wants is topography, the impasto, the furrows where sable hairs were dragged into tiny painted crests to catch the light. Or the stray line of charcoal or chalk, glimpsed beneath a glaze that's three hundred years old. She's been known to take a safety pin and test the porosity of the paint and then bring the point to her tongue. Since old-world grounds contain gesso, glue, and something edible - honey, milk, cheese - the Golden Age has a distinctively sweet or curdled taste. She is always careful to avoid the leads and the cobalts. What — Dominic Smith
Glaze Sayings By Roger Kimball: The romance that has surrounded the Beat generation since the mid-Sixties has acted as a The romance that has surrounded the Beat generation since the mid-Sixties has acted as a kind of sentimental glaze, obscuring its fundamentally nihilistic impulse under a heap of bogus rhetoric about liberation, spontaneity, and 'startling oases of creativity', Notwithstanding their recent media media make-over, the Beats were not Promethean iconoclasts. They were drug-abusing sexual predators and infantilized narcissists whose shamelessness helped dupe a confused and gullible public into believing that their utterances were works of genius. We have to thank Lisa Phillips and the Whitney for inadvertently reminding us of this with such vividness. If nothing else, 'Beat Culture and the New America' showed that the Beats were not simply artistic charlatans; the were -- and, in the case of those who are still with us, they remain -- moral simpletons, whose destructive influence helped fuel the cultural catastrophe with which we are now living. — Roger Kimball
Glaze Sayings By Richard Wall: I admit that the eyes of the intellectually and culturally lively tend to glaze over I admit that the eyes of the intellectually and culturally lively tend to glaze over at the mere mention of sociology, often with ample justification. — Richard Wall
Glaze Sayings By Ainslie Hogarth: And actually I wouldn't want to suck the glaze off his eyes. I should leave And actually I wouldn't want to suck the glaze off his eyes. I should leave it. Because it might be the glaze over his eyes that makes him think I'm so wonderful. — Ainslie Hogarth
Glaze Sayings By Quinn Cummings: I wanted her to stretch her mind and her self-confidence, but I also wanted her I wanted her to stretch her mind and her self-confidence, but I also wanted her to play with friends, read books, listen to music and glaze over with the pleasant boredom of a long afternoon with no place to be and nothing to do. — Quinn Cummings
Glaze Sayings By Seth Grahame-Smith: When she remembered the haughty style of his address, she dreamt of watching his eyes When she remembered the haughty style of his address, she dreamt of watching his eyes glaze over as she choked the life from his body; — Seth Grahame-Smith
Glaze Sayings By Kara Walker: I've seen people glaze over when they're confronted with racism, and there's nothing more, you I've seen people glaze over when they're confronted with racism, and there's nothing more, you know, damning and demeaning to having any kind of ideology than people just walking the walk and saying what they're supposed to say and nodding, and nobody feels anything. — Kara Walker
Glaze Sayings By James Peterson: Meat Glaze (demi-glace) It's handy to have meat glaze for thickening a pan sauce and Meat Glaze (demi-glace) It's handy to have meat glaze for thickening a pan sauce and giving it body. You can make your own meat glaze by cooking chicken broth down to a fraction of its original volume (definitely a weekend project), or you can buy commercial meat glaze. One of the better meat glazes is made by More-than-Gourmet, usually found in the gourmet section of the supermarket. Meat glaze can be stored in the refrigerator for several months and can be frozen indefinitely. — James Peterson
Glaze Sayings By Rufi Thorpe: I'm just saying, when a woman in a maiden, she's in the spotlight. Everybody cares I'm just saying, when a woman in a maiden, she's in the spotlight. Everybody cares what a pretty, young girl does and says. And she's got some pretty strict archetypes to adhere to: Sleeping Beauty or Cinderella or Britney Spears. Pick your poison. But when you become a young mother? People don't give a fuck what you're doing. Their eyes glaze over before they even finish asking you. Once a woman starts doing the most important work of her life, all of a sudden, nobody wants to know a thing about it. — Rufi Thorpe
Glaze Sayings By J. Tillman: I would play my Dungeons and Dragons songs and watch people's eyes glaze over, and I would play my Dungeons and Dragons songs and watch people's eyes glaze over, and then I would start joking around between songs, and all of a sudden people were lighting up and engaging. — J. Tillman
Glaze Sayings By John Patrick Shanley: All plays stem from personal experience. I was reading psychoanalytic lit for a couple of All plays stem from personal experience. I was reading psychoanalytic lit for a couple of years, obsessively, in depth, and I got involved in analyzing everyone around me ... Eventually, all my friends' eyes began to glaze over when I started talking this way, and I got the hint that there might be something comical in it. — John Patrick Shanley
Glaze Sayings By Ed Lynskey: She craved a tall glass of the fresh-squeezed lemonade from the pitcher she'd left chilling She craved a tall glass of the fresh-squeezed lemonade from the pitcher she'd left chilling in the fridge. Two glasses served with a generous slice of pound cake with orange glaze icing sounded twice as nice. — Ed Lynskey
Glaze Sayings By Laurie A. Helgoe: Prefer spacious interactions with fewer people. And it means that, when you converse, you are Prefer spacious interactions with fewer people. And it means that, when you converse, you are more interested in sharing ideas than in talking about people and what they're doing. In a conversation with someone sharing gossip, the introvert's eyes glaze over and his brow furrows as he tries to comprehend how this conversation could interest anyone. This is not because the introvert is morally superior - he just doesn't get it. As we've discussed, introverts are energized and excited by ideas. Simply talking about people, what they do and who they know, is noise for the introvert. He'll be looking between the lines for some meaning, and this can be hard work! Before long, he'll be looking for a way out of the conversation. But when an introvert is hanging out — Laurie A. Helgoe
Glaze Sayings By Lucian Bane: She snorted a little. "Most people's eyes glaze over when I begin to ramble." "That's She snorted a little. "Most people's eyes glaze over when I begin to ramble." "That's . . . not what happens with me." "Oh really? What happens with you?" "My cock gets hard." "Oh good grief, I should have known. Is there anything that doesn't make your dick hard?" "That you do? Not very much." "Well, tell me when you figure it out so I can practice it. I'm kind of tired of being followed around by a hard dick. — Lucian Bane
Glaze Sayings By Beth Harbison: Two applesauce shots, please."I gaped at her. "Shots? God, what are we, in college?"She moved Two applesauce shots, please."
I gaped at her. "Shots? God, what are we, in college?"
She moved her wavy brown hair out of her eyes. "No, we don't have to be in college to have what I'm sure"- she looked at the bartender- "will be a fantastically prepared, perhaps overflowing shot."
He laughed with a shake of his head. "You got it."
"It's delicious," she said to me, "Goldschlager and something else. I don't remember. But it totally tastes like applesauce."
"Why would anyone want to drink applesauce?" But I was already wondering if it could be reduced to a glaze for pork chops, and made a mental note to find out what was in it. — Beth Harbison
Glaze Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Actually," Clary said, "I think he stayed because of me."Jace's glaze flicked up to hers Actually," Clary said, "I think he stayed because of me."
Jace's glaze flicked up to hers with a flash of gold. "Because of you? Hoping for another hot date, was he?"
Clary felt herself flush. "No. And our date wasn't hot. In fact, it wasn't even a date. Anyway, that's not the point. When he came into the Hall, he kept trying to get me to go outside with him so we could talk. He wanted something from me. I just don't know what."
"Or maybe he just wanted you," Jace said. Seeing Clary's expression, he added, "Not that way. I mean maybe he wanted to bring you to Valentine. — Cassandra Clare
Glaze Sayings By Charles Krauthammer: ...mention chess and most people's eyes glaze over. They think of two old geezers, one ...mention chess and most people's eyes glaze over. They think of two old geezers, one of whom has died but no one has noticed, in overstuff armchairs at the Diogenes Club. — Charles Krauthammer
Glaze Sayings By T.B. McKenzie: Don't ya wanna hear the secret?' his eyes were narrow and mean, despite the glaze Don't ya wanna hear the secret?' his eyes were narrow and mean, despite the glaze of rum. Louer drained his glass and slammed it to the bar. 'You get happy by learnin' to say 'yes' to what life offers you, but stay happy by rememberin' when to start sayin' 'no'. — T.B. McKenzie
Glaze Sayings By Kath C. Eustaquio-Derla: When you work behind the ropes, you know the heartbreaking stories behind their smiles; you When you work behind the ropes, you know the heartbreaking stories behind their smiles; you see the pins and nauseating amount of hair products that glaze their heads; and you see the wedges (even flats) under their eternally beaded gowns. — Kath C. Eustaquio-Derla
Glaze Sayings By Donald E. Graham: A reader's eyes may glaze over after they take in a couple of paragraphs about A reader's eyes may glaze over after they take in a couple of paragraphs about Canadian tariffs or political developments in Pakistan; a story about the reader himself or his neighbors will be read to the end. — Donald E. Graham
Glaze Sayings By Amy Meredith: Eve returned to her lip-gloss application. "Biology. Ms Whittier," she said, not bothering to look Eve returned to her lip-gloss application. "Biology. Ms Whittier," she said, not bothering to look at Luke.
"Cool. Me too. Can I borrow that?" He reached around her and plucked her lip glaze out of her fingers. She still held the wand.
He held out his hand for it.
"What? No," Eve said.
"Come on, it's my first day. I want to make a good impression. And clearly biology can't be understood without lipstick," Luke joked.
"Funny." Eve grabbed the lip glaze back. "This stuff is really good for you."
Luke raised his eyebrows. They disappeared into his floppy blond hair. He didn't have expressive dark brows like Mal.
"It has green tea antioxidants," Eve continued. "And macadamia extract and aloe vera for healing."
"Oh. That's different then," Luke said. "Carry on. — Amy Meredith
Glaze Sayings By Shelby Foote: Jeff and Amy were part of this, though never in the sense that the natives Jeff and Amy were part of this, though never in the sense that the natives were. They were not indigenous: they were outlanders, 'foreigners,' distinguished by a sort of upcountry cosmopolitan glaze which permitted them to mingle but not merge. Even their drinking habits set them apart. Deltans drank only corn and Coca-Cola; gin was perfume, scotch had a burnt-stick taste. They would watch with wry expressions while Amy blended her weird concoctions, pink ladies and Collinses and whiskey sours, and those who tried one, finally persuaded, would sip and shudder and set the glass aside: "Thanks" - mildly outraged, smirking - "I'll stick to burrbon. — Shelby Foote
Glaze Sayings By Anne Morrow Lindbergh: Not only is life put in new patterns from the air, but it is somehow Not only is life put in new patterns from the air, but it is somehow arrested, frozen into form. (The leaping hare is caught in a marble panel.) A glaze is put over life. There is no flaw, no crack in the surface; a still reservoir, no ripple on its face. Looking down from the air that morning, I felt that stillness rested like a light over the earth. The waterfalls seemed frozen solid; the tops of the trees were still; the river hardly stirred, a serpent gently moving under its shimmering skin. — Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Glaze Sayings By Joy Williams: You don't believe in Nature anymore. It's too isolated from you. You've abstracted it. It's You don't believe in Nature anymore. It's too isolated from you. You've abstracted it. It's so messy and damaged and sad. Your eyes glaze as you travel life's highway past all the crushed animals and the Big Gulp cups. — Joy Williams
Glaze Sayings By J.R.R. Tolkien: Burn, burn tree and fern!Shrivel and scorch! A fizzling torchTo light the night for our Burn, burn tree and fern!
Shrivel and scorch! A fizzling torch
To light the night for our delight,
Ya hey!

Bake and toast 'em, fry and roast 'em!
till beards blaze, and eyes glaze;
till hair smells and skins crack,
fat melts, and bones black
in cinders lie
beneath the sky!
So dwarves shall die,
and light the night for our delight,
Ya hey!
Ya-harri-hey!
Ya hoy! — J.R.R. Tolkien
Glaze Sayings By Karen Russell: When I'm drafting, I suppose it's an intuitive process - figuring out when something just When I'm drafting, I suppose it's an intuitive process - figuring out when something just has a surreal glaze on it and when it grapples with something that could threaten a character's day-to-day reality. — Karen Russell
Glaze Sayings By Lisa Takeuchi Cullen: That's what siblings are: a reality check. Try to become someone you're not - affect That's what siblings are: a reality check. Try to become someone you're not - affect an accent, or start quoting the temperature in Celsius instead of Fahrenheit- and they're the ones who smack you upside the head. Siblings are like potters; they try you by fire, glaze you with taunts, finish you with well-aimed jibes. If you emerge from that kiln without cracking, you can survive the world. — Lisa Takeuchi Cullen
Glaze Sayings By Elizabeth Bowen: A smell of sandalwood boxes, a kind of glaze on the air from all the A smell of sandalwood boxes, a kind of glaze on the air from all the chintzes numbed his earthy vitality, he became all ribs and uniform. — Elizabeth Bowen
Glaze Sayings By Anne Mallory: The duke's eyes were dark, but there was a glaze there. Pride in his dark The duke's eyes were dark, but there was a glaze there. Pride in his dark son. — Anne Mallory
Glaze Sayings By Victoria Steele Logue: But frost, like the crystallized dreams of autumn, began to coat the clearing with its But frost, like the crystallized dreams of autumn, began to coat the clearing with its sugar glaze. — Victoria Steele Logue
Glaze Sayings By Celeste Ng: He had forgotten that anything could be so tender. He breaks the bun open, revealing He had forgotten that anything could be so tender. He breaks the bun open, revealing glossy bits of pork and glaze, a secret red heart.

When he puts it to his mouth, it is like a kiss: sweet and salty and warm. — Celeste Ng
Glaze Sayings By Samuel Taylor Coleridge: Heart-chilling superstition! thou canst glaze even Pity's eye with her own frozen tear. Heart-chilling superstition! thou canst glaze even Pity's eye with her own frozen tear. — Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Glaze Sayings By Mary Balogh: Have you noticed,' she asked, straightening the counting frames to her liking before closing the Have you noticed,' she asked, straightening the counting frames to her liking before closing the cupboard doors and turning toward him, 'that at church when the clergyman is giving his sermon everyone's eyes glaze over and many people even nod off to sleep? But if he suddenly decides to illustrate a point with a little story, everyone perks up and listens. WE were made to tell and listen to stories, Joel, It is how knowledge was passed from person to person and generation to generation before there was the written word, and even afterward, when most people had no access to manuscripts or books and could not read them even if they did. Why do we now feel that storytelling should be confined to fiction and fantasy? Can we enjoy only what has no basis in fact? — Mary Balogh
Glaze Sayings By Adair Lara: You can't just come out and say what you have to say. That's what people You can't just come out and say what you have to say. That's what people do on airplanes, when a man plops down next to you in the aisle seat of your flight to New York, spills peanuts all over the place (back when the cheapskate airlines at least gave you peanuts), and tells you about what his boss did to him the day before. You know how your eyes glaze over when you hear a story like that? That's because of the way he's telling his story. You need a good way to tell your story. — Adair Lara
Glaze Sayings By Michele Gorman: The worst part about being a fat woman isn't that people look at you with The worst part about being a fat woman isn't that people look at you with judgment in their eyes. It's that most don't look at you at all. You cease to be a person for whom they need to account. They look over your shoulder, or at the ground in front of you, or they glaze their eyes and look directly through you. It's like being a ghost, but with none of the fun of haunting. — Michele Gorman
Glaze Sayings By J. Christopher Stevens: Spring is about to spring. Persephone is coming back and the ice is groaning, about Spring is about to spring. Persephone is coming back and the ice is groaning, about to break with the exquisite and deafening roar. It's a time for madness; a time for our fangs to come down and our eyes to glaze over so that the beast in us can sing with unmitigated joy. Oh yes, ecstasy, I welcome thee! — J. Christopher Stevens
Glaze Sayings By Lucian Blaga: Early in life, when I first saw waterlilies on the ripples of a lake, I Early in life, when I first saw waterlilies on the ripples of a lake, I didn't think they were flowers which grew from the water, but rather flowers which were mirrored from the shore into the lake. So many flowers grow in the silent waters of our souls, and they unfold their petals over the glaze of our consciousness: they grow from within us, but we think them reflections from the external world. — Lucian Blaga
Glaze Sayings By J.R.R. Tolkien: Bake and toast 'em, fry and roast 'em! till beards blaze, and eyes glaze; till Bake and toast 'em, fry and roast 'em! till beards blaze, and eyes glaze; till hair smells and skins crack, fat melts, and bones black in cinders lie beneath the sky! So dwarves shall die, — J.R.R. Tolkien
Glaze Sayings By Rob Zombie: I'm not extremely political. I think everything should be layed out and you can make I'm not extremely political. I think everything should be layed out and you can make your own conclusions. As soon as I feel I'm being taught something or preached something, I just glaze over it and I don't want to hear it. — Rob Zombie
Glaze Sayings By Johann Rupert: When I tell my colleagues that I remember 1969, 1974 and 1987, their eyes glaze When I tell my colleagues that I remember 1969, 1974 and 1987, their eyes glaze over, but I'm afraid I do remember them, and I therefore err on the side of caution. — Johann Rupert
Glaze Sayings By Peter De Vries: We live this life by a kind of conspiracy of grace: the common assumption, or We live this life by a kind of conspiracy of grace: the common assumption, or pretense, that human existence is 'good' or 'matters' or has 'meaning,' a glaze of charm or humor by which we conceal from one another and perhaps even ourselves the suspicion that it does not, and our conviction in times of trouble that it is overpriced - something to be endured rather than enjoyed. — Peter De Vries
Glaze Sayings By Alan Dean Foster: easier question to answer. "Who wouldn't be? This is New Riviera, the paradise planet, the easier question to answer. "Who wouldn't be? This is New Riviera, the paradise planet, the best of Mother Earth concentrated and then spread like a fine glaze on an entire world instead of just a small part of it. — Alan Dean Foster
Glaze Sayings By Debbie Mason: She heard a low laugh and glanced over her shoulder, meeting Gage's amused glaze. 'You're She heard a low laugh and glanced over her shoulder, meeting Gage's amused glaze. 'You're trouble', he mouthed.
'No,' Madison thought when she went all warm and gooey inside, 'I'm in trouble. — Debbie Mason
Glaze Sayings By Richelle Mead: The guy's smile faltered just a little, and I saw him blink in surprise. His The guy's smile faltered just a little, and I saw him blink in surprise. His eye's didn't glaze over in the same way Lissa's victims did, but Christian had done enough to briefly enthrall him. Unfortunately, I could tell right then and there that it wouldn't be enough to make him forget. Fortunately, I'd been trained to compel people without the use of magic.
Sitting near his post was an enormous Maglite, two feet long and easily seven pounds. I grabbed the Maglite and clocked him on the back of the head. He grunted and crumpled to the ground. He'd barely seen me coming, and despite the horribleness of what I'd just done, I kind of wished one of my instructors had been there to grade me one my awesome performance. — Richelle Mead
Glaze Sayings By Bobby Flay: I don't like to dump the dressing on top of the greens. Instead, I pour I don't like to dump the dressing on top of the greens. Instead, I pour it against the side of the bowl - using only enough to glaze the leaves - then toss. — Bobby Flay
Glaze Sayings By Deborah Garner: Behind her, the glow of the hotel's fireplace mixed with the aroma of nuts cooking Behind her, the glow of the hotel's fireplace mixed with the aroma of nuts cooking in a cinnamon glaze. Although it was — Deborah Garner
Glaze Sayings By Courtney Cole: I enjoy the vibration of the sound against my lips, the heat of her breath I enjoy the vibration of the sound against my lips, the heat of her breath against mine. Everything is visceral now, an explosion of sensations and my vision blurs.
She is soft and I am hard and I rage against her, taking her over and over until her eyes glaze and her screaming stops.
Her heart is pounding against my chest and her body is so very fragile.
So I break it. — Courtney Cole
Glaze Sayings By Anneli Rufus: We do not require company. In varying degrees, it bores us, drains us, makes our We do not require company. In varying degrees, it bores us, drains us, makes our eyes glaze over. Overcomes us like a steamroller. Of course, the rest of the world doesn't understand. — Anneli Rufus
Glaze Sayings By A.G. Howard: He touches my bottom lip, leaving behind a smear of fruity glaze. He watches as He touches my bottom lip, leaving behind a smear of fruity glaze. He watches as I suck away the bittersweet residue, then he licks the rest of the glaze from his fingertip. At the appearance of his tongue, heat blossoms in my face.
He smirks. "Look at that. I revived the color in your cheeks." — A.G. Howard
Glaze Sayings By Seema Gupta: Desire For Thee"My desire to love theeis just like a tree, must have one rootbut Desire For Thee"
My desire to love thee
is just like a tree,
must have one root
but several branches of fruit
I want to make you feel
as if you are horizon i steal
you are as free as wind
where my love flows in swing
i see thee in glaze shadow around
a graceful presence on passion ground
that is "THEE" you spark everywhere
Everywhere am far and near. — Seema Gupta
Glaze Sayings By Malik Johnson: Ginger Glazed Salmon 1 salmon fillet 1 small yellow onion, chopped 2 tablespoons honey 4 Ginger Glazed Salmon 1 salmon fillet 1 small yellow onion, chopped 2 tablespoons honey 4 tablespoons grass-fed butter 1 teaspoon minced garlic 1 teaspoon minced ginger 1 teaspoon dill Juice of 2 small limes Salt and pepper, to taste Instructions: Massage the salmon fillet with half of the butter, season it with salt, pepper, and dill. Place it on a bed of chopped onions and cook in the oven until just pink and tender in the center. In a separate sauce pan combine the honey, juice of 2 limes, minced ginger, and minced garlic together with the butter to make a warm glaze. Pour this glaze over the salmon and place back in the switched off oven for 3-5 minutes. Remove and serve with a simple green salad. — Malik Johnson
Glaze Sayings By Marcel Proust: ... I suddenly discerned at my feet, crouching among the rocks for protection against the ... I suddenly discerned at my feet, crouching among the rocks for protection against the heat, the marine goddesses for whom Elstir had lain in wait and whom he had surprised there, beneath the dark glaze as lovely as Leonardo would have painted, the marvelous Shadows, sheltering furtively, nimble and silent, ready at the first glimmer of light to slip behind the stone, to hide in a cranny, and prompt, once the menacing ray had passed, to return to the rock or the seaweed over whose torpid slumbers they seemed to be keeping vigil, beneath the sun that crumbled the cliffs and the etiolated ocean, motionless lightfoot guardians darkening the water's surface with their viscous bodies and the attentive gaze of their deep blue eyes. — Marcel Proust
Glaze Sayings By Justina Chen: Without looking at Jacob, I said slowly, 'Well, it seeps into you. It doesn't make Without looking at Jacob, I said slowly, 'Well, it seeps into you. It doesn't make you forget yourself, but totally the opposite.' I chance a glance at him. He was watching me intently. No glaze in his eyes. So I continued more bravely: 'It connect you with everything and fills you with awe that you share the same space with something that glorious. Like a sunrise on a clear blue day of the most extraordinary piece of glass. And then suddenly'
my hands escaped their tight grip in my lap, and now my fingers splayed wide like fireworks in the air
'you have this epiphany that there's more to the world than just you and what you want or even who you are. — Justina Chen
Glaze Sayings By Hannah Hart: Don't know how to make a glaze? No problem. Just pour maple syrup on that Don't know how to make a glaze? No problem. Just pour maple syrup on that thing. — Hannah Hart
Glaze Sayings By John Ashbery: The gray glaze of the past attacks all know-how ... The gray glaze of the past attacks all know-how ... — John Ashbery
Glaze Sayings By Eleanor Catton: In his mind a protective glaze had been applied to the crystal forms of high In his mind a protective glaze had been applied to the crystal forms of high abstraction: he loved to regard them, and to wonder at their shine, but he had never thought to take them down from their carved and oaken mantel, so to speak, and feel them, supple in his hands. — Eleanor Catton
Glaze Sayings By Okakura Kakuzo: The various objects for the decoration of a room should be so selected that no The various objects for the decoration of a room should be so selected that no colour or design shall be repeated. If you have a living flower, a painting of flowers is not allowable. If you are using a round kettle, the water pitcher should be angular. A cup with a black glaze should not be associated with a tea-caddy of black lacquer. In placing a vase of an incense burner on the tokonoma, care should be taken not to put it in the exact centre, lest it divide the space into equal halves. The pillar of the tokonoma should be of a different kind of wood from the other pillars, in order to break any suggestion of monotony in the room. — Okakura Kakuzo
Glaze Sayings By Lisel Mueller: O brave new world, that hath such people in itSoon you will be like her, O brave new world, that hath such people in it
Soon you will be like her, Prospero's daughter,
Finding the door that leads you out of yourself,
Out of the rare, enameled ark of your mind,
Where you live with the gracious and light-footed creatures
That thrive in the glaze of your art and freedom. — Lisel Mueller