Grandsire Famous Quotes & Sayings

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27 Grandsire Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Grandsire Sayings By William Shakespeare: It is that fery person for all the orld, as just as you will desire; It is that fery person for all the orld, as just as you will desire; and seven hundred pounds of moneys, and gold, and silver, is her grandsire upon his death's-bed-Got deliver to a joyful resurrections! — William Shakespeare
Grandsire Sayings By Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton: It is noticeable how intuitively in age we go back with strange fondness to all It is noticeable how intuitively in age we go back with strange fondness to all that is fresh in the earliest dawn of youth. If we never cared for little children before, we delight to see them roll in the grass over which we hobble on crutches. The grandsire turns wearily from his middle-aged, careworn son, to listen with infant laugh to the prattle of an infant grandchild. It is the old who plant young trees; it is the old who are most saddened by the autumn; and feel most delight in the returning spring. — Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton
Grandsire Sayings By Steve Maraboli: It's a cycle ... Religion is a source of relief for those who seek to It's a cycle ... Religion is a source of relief for those who seek to anesthetize the pain that comes from following its beliefs. — Steve Maraboli
Grandsire Sayings By Sue Townsend: My dark secrets are life threatening. Pockets of unhappiness set in aspic that build and My dark secrets are life threatening. Pockets of unhappiness set in aspic that build and build. I have this primitive feeling that if something good happens, it is going to be followed by something bad. There is always a price to pay. — Sue Townsend
Grandsire Sayings By Johnny Ramone: I started doing up-and-down strumming, basically to keep time and to play fast. As time I started doing up-and-down strumming, basically to keep time and to play fast. As time went on, I started realizing other guitar players couldn't do it. I always went against the grain. — Johnny Ramone
Grandsire Sayings By William Shakespeare: For I am proverbed with a grandsire phrase ... For I am proverbed with a grandsire phrase ... — William Shakespeare
Grandsire Sayings By William Shakespeare: Good old grandsire ... we shall be joyful of thy company. Good old grandsire ... we shall be joyful of thy company. — William Shakespeare
Grandsire Sayings By John Milton: Cyriack, whose Grandsire on the Royal Bench Of British Themis, with no mean applause Pronounced Cyriack, whose Grandsire on the Royal Bench Of British Themis, with no mean applause Pronounced and in his volumes taught our Laws, Which others at their Bar so often wrench — John Milton
Grandsire Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: [on Thoreau:] For not a particle of respect had he to the opinions of any [on Thoreau:] For not a particle of respect had he to the opinions of any man or body of men, but homage solely to truth itself. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Grandsire Sayings By Jonathan Swift: In church your grandsire cut his throat; to do the job too long he tarried: In church your grandsire cut his throat; to do the job too long he tarried: he should have had my hearty vote to cut his throat before he married. — Jonathan Swift
Grandsire Sayings By George R R Martin: Free folk don't follow names, or little cloth animals sewn on a tunic," the King-Beyond-the-Wall Free folk don't follow names, or little cloth animals sewn on a tunic," the King-Beyond-the-Wall had told him. "They won't dance for coins, they don't care how your style yourself or what that chain of office means or who your grandsire was. They follow strength. They follow the man. — George R R Martin
Grandsire Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: When a slave must be executed, the slaves from those plantations nearby are brought to When a slave must be executed, the slaves from those plantations nearby are brought to watch; a deterrent, aye? against future ill-considered action." "Indeed," Jamie said politely. "I believe that was the Crown's notion in executing my grandsire on Tower Hill after the Rising. Verra effective, too; all my relations have been quite well behaved since." I had lived long enough among Scots to appreciate the effects of that little jab. Jamie might have come at Campbell's request, but the grandson of the Old Fox did no man's bidding lightly - nor necessarily held English law in high regard. MacNeill had got the message, all right; the back of his neck flushed turkey-red, but Farquard Campbell looked amused. He uttered a short, dry laugh before turning round. — Diana Gabaldon
Grandsire Sayings By Samuel Johnson: Yet reason frowns in war's unequal game,Where wasted nations raise a single name;And mortgag'd states Yet reason frowns in war's unequal game,
Where wasted nations raise a single name;
And mortgag'd states their grandsire's wreaths regret,
From age to age in everlasting debt;
Wreaths which at last the dear-bought right convey
To rust on medals, or on stones decay. — Samuel Johnson
Grandsire Sayings By Steven Johnson: We are often better served by connecting ideas than we are by protecting them ... We are often better served by connecting ideas than we are by protecting them ... Environments that build walls around good ideas tend to be less innovative in the long run than more open-ended environments. Good ideas may not want to be free, but they want to connect, fuse, recombine ... They want to complete each other as much as they want to compete.
The single maxim that runs through the book: Where Good Ideas Come From . — Steven Johnson
Grandsire Sayings By Josh Billings: Pedigrees seldom improve by age; the grandson is too often a weak infringement on the Pedigrees seldom improve by age; the grandson is too often a weak infringement on the grandsire's parent. — Josh Billings
Grandsire Sayings By Julian Barnes: My brother distrusts the essential truth of memories; I distrust the way we colour them My brother distrusts the essential truth of memories; I distrust the way we colour them in. We each have our own cheap-mail-order paintbox, and our favourite hues. Thus, I remembered Grandma a few pages ago as "petite and unopinionated". My brother, when consulted, takes out his paintbrush and counterproposes "short and bossy. — Julian Barnes
Grandsire Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: My grandsire,' Jamie observed evenly, 'has by all reports got a character that would enable My grandsire,' Jamie observed evenly, 'has by all reports got a character that would enable him to hide conveniently behind a spiral staircase. — Diana Gabaldon
Grandsire Sayings By Oliver Goldsmith: Alike all ages. Dames of ancient days Have led their children through the mirthful maze, Alike all ages. Dames of ancient days Have led their children through the mirthful maze, And the gay grandsire, skill'd in gestic lore, Has frisk'd beneath the burden of threescore. — Oliver Goldsmith
Grandsire Sayings By Raymond E. Feist: Bountiful was the table of your grandsire, for there is still fat at the root Bountiful was the table of your grandsire, for there is still fat at the root of my heart from the feasts he gave in my honour. — Raymond E. Feist
Grandsire Sayings By Jeaniene Frost: Mencheres. Bones co-ruler, grandsire, Master vampire of incredible power, and the ally who unnerved me Mencheres. Bones co-ruler, grandsire, Master vampire of incredible power, and the ally who unnerved me the most, had telekinetically held me down so Bones could boink me into submission enroute to the vampire holding cell? Sweet holy Jesus, let me have hallucinated hearing that! — Jeaniene Frost
Grandsire Sayings By Jeaniene Frost: Bloody hell, grandsire," were Bones's first words as he approached. "You've left behind a wreckage Bloody hell, grandsire," were Bones's first words as he approached. "You've left behind a wreckage of burned bodies, dead vampires, missing persons, threatened Guardians, and video evidence of our race's existence. Then you go on holiday. You really do have a death wish — Jeaniene Frost
Grandsire Sayings By Sarah Silverman: I tend to be more arrogant on stage. Far more ignorant. I sometimes say what I tend to be more arrogant on stage. Far more ignorant. I sometimes say what I think and sometimes say the opposite of what I think and the lines get blurred, but I can only hope that some kind of absolute power transcends. — Sarah Silverman
Grandsire Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: If one day, a bhailach ... ye should meet a verra large mouse named Michael-ye'll If one day, a bhailach ... ye should meet a verra large mouse named Michael-ye'll tell him your grandsire sends his regards. — Diana Gabaldon
Grandsire Sayings By Alexander Pope: Our grandsire, Adam, ere of Eve possesst,Alone, and e'en in Paradise unblest,With mournful looks the Our grandsire, Adam, ere of Eve possesst,
Alone, and e'en in Paradise unblest,
With mournful looks the blissful scenes survey'd,
And wander'd in the solitary shade.
The Maker say, took pity, and bestow'd
Woman, the last, the best reserv'd of God. — Alexander Pope
Grandsire Sayings By Ruth Simmons: It really pains me greatly to hear from graduate students that graduate education is a It really pains me greatly to hear from graduate students that graduate education is a lower priority here. — Ruth Simmons
Grandsire Sayings By Jay Leno: Do you know what White House correspondents call actors who pose as reporters? Anchors. Do you know what White House correspondents call actors who pose as reporters? Anchors. — Jay Leno
Grandsire Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: Indeed," Jamie said politely. "I believe that was the Crown's notion in executing my grandsire Indeed," Jamie said politely. "I believe that was the Crown's notion in executing my grandsire on Tower Hill after the Rising. Verra effective, too; all my relations have been quite well behaved since. — Diana Gabaldon