Intransitive Famous Quotes & Sayings

4 Intransitive Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Travel. It was an intransitive verb. It didn't involve any destinations. It was going to the going's sake, to be anywhere but where you were, with motion itself as the only object.Jonathan Raban Intransitive Sayings By Jonathan Raban: Travel. It was an intransitive verb. It didn't involve any destinations. It was going to
It is a notably obscene crime of our language that educate is not an intransitive verb.Benjamin Hale Intransitive Sayings By Benjamin Hale: It is a notably obscene crime of our language that educate is not an intransitive
Nell and Fen had chased away my thoughts of suicide. But what had they left me with? Fierce desires, a great tide of feeling of which I could make little sense, an ache that seemed to have no name but want. I want. Intransitive. No object. It was the opposite of wanting to die. But it was scarcely more bearable.Lily King Intransitive Sayings By Lily King: Nell and Fen had chased away my thoughts of suicide. But what had they left
Studying the liberal arts is an intransitive activity; the effects of studying these arts stays within the individual and perfects the faculties of the mind and spirit. The study of liberal arts is like the blooming of a rose; it brings to fruition the possibilities of human nature. The utilitarian or servile arts enable one to be a servant - of another person, of the state, of a corporation, or of a business - and to earn a living. The liberal arts, in contrast, teach one how to live; they train the faculties and bring them to perfection; they enable a person to rise above his material environment to live an intellectual, a rational, and therefore a free life in gaining truth.Miriam Joseph Intransitive Sayings By Miriam Joseph: Studying the liberal arts is an intransitive activity; the effects of studying these arts stays