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49 Kensington Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Kensington Sayings By Joey W. Hill: Imagining Janet Albright, Matt Kensington's terrifying admin, and Max Ackerman, his limo driver, as a Imagining Janet Albright, Matt Kensington's terrifying admin, and Max Ackerman, his limo driver, as a couple wasn't as unlikely a vision as he'd expected. In fact, it might be a mighty interesting combination. 'Course, an explosion was interesting-if you wer outside the blast zone. — Joey W. Hill
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Kensington Sayings By Edna St. Vincent Millay: The Fugitive"Thanks be to God the world is wide,And I am going far from home,For The Fugitive"

Thanks be to God the world is wide,
And I am going far from home,
For I forgot in Camelot
The man I loved in Rome,

And I forgot in Kensington
The man I loved in Kew;
And there must be a place for me
To think no more of you. — Edna St. Vincent Millay
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Kensington Sayings By J.M. Barrie: The fairies, as their custom, clapped their hands with delight over their cleverness, and they The fairies, as their custom, clapped their hands with delight over their cleverness, and they were so madly in love with the little house that they could not bear to think they had finished it. — J.M. Barrie
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Kensington Sayings By Russell Ash: Sex & MoneyThe Warden of the Order of Silence(Kensington: The Settlement Press, n.d.)'...all the troubles Sex & Money
The Warden of the Order of Silence
(Kensington: The Settlement Press, n.d.)

'...all the troubles of human life can be grouped under one or other of these words. — Russell Ash
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Kensington Sayings By David Bowie: I've always been very chauvinistic, even in my boy-obsessed days. But I was always a I've always been very chauvinistic, even in my boy-obsessed days. But I was always a gentleman. I alwaysd treated my boys like real ladies. Always escorted them properly and, in fact, I suppose if I were a lot older - like 40 or 50 - I'd be a wonderful sugar daddy to some little queen down in Kensington. I'd have a houseboy named Richard to order around. — David Bowie
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Kensington Sayings By Julian Fellowes: My childhood was a happy one, spent in a tall house in South Kensington and My childhood was a happy one, spent in a tall house in South Kensington and later in East Sussex, but my early and mid teens were less successful. — Julian Fellowes
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Kensington Sayings By Natalie Imbruglia: When I'm in London, I love to visit Kensington gardens and just sit in the When I'm in London, I love to visit Kensington gardens and just sit in the park and read a good book. — Natalie Imbruglia
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Kensington Sayings By Lisa Tawn Bergren: And what of your children?" I gestured to the others at the table. "The only And what of your children?" I gestured to the others at the table. "The only thing that divides us from that laborer who toils far beneath the surface of the earth in our fathers' mines is the blood that runs through our veins."
"Or half our blood," Vivian said with a sniff.
"Vivian,"Mr Kensington warned.
I didn't flinch. "Half my blood, then," I said with a prim nod back at Vivian. "But if I cut open my wrist alongside yours, would it not appear as the very same red? Despite your effort to be a blueblood, sister, you are as red-blooded as I. — Lisa Tawn Bergren
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Kensington Sayings By Lisa Tawn Bergren: How dare you - ""How dare I offer you more than you could've ever dreamed?""How How dare you - "
"How dare I offer you more than you could've ever dreamed?"
"How dare you waltz in here and presume - "
"Presume to prescribe a future with hope and promise?"
I shut my mouth abruptly, glaring at him. Then, "Are you quite finished?"
"Are you?" he asked.
"I am a free woman, Mr.Kensington. Grown. I can do as I wish.I may be blood kin to you, but I am not your employee." My eyes cut to Mama, but hers remained on the barn.
"Regardless, you shall do as I say."
I let out a sputtering, exasperated laugh. "And if I do not?"
He traced the edge of his chipped china saucer. "That would be ill advised. — Lisa Tawn Bergren
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Kensington Sayings By Hasnat Khan: Diana and I had a very good relationship with no personal problems. The only problem Diana and I had a very good relationship with no personal problems. The only problem we did have was with the media, and the only place we could have any real privacy was at Kensington Palace, as they could not get to us there. — Hasnat Khan
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Kensington Sayings By J.M. Barrie: The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it. — J.M. Barrie
Kensington Sayings By Ezra Pound: The Garden En robe de parade. - SamainLike a skein of loose silk blown against The Garden
En robe de parade.
- Samain
Like a skein of loose silk blown against a wall
She walks by the railing of a path in Kensington Gardens,
And she is dying piece-meal
of a sort of emotional anaemia.
And round about there is a rabble
Of the filthy, sturdy, unkillable infants of the very poor.
They shall inherit the earth.
In her is the end of breeding.
Her boredom is exquisite and excessive.
She would like some one to speak to her,
And is almost afraid that I
will commit that indiscretion. — Ezra Pound
Kensington Sayings By Stella Benson: London is a friend whom I can leave knowing without doubt that she will be London is a friend whom I can leave knowing without doubt that she will be the same to me when I return, to-morrow or forty years hence, and that, if I do not return, she will sing the same song to inheritors of my happy lot in future generations. Always, whether sleeping or waking, I shall know that in Spring the sun rides over the silver streets of Kensington, and that in the Gardens the shorn sheep find very green pasture. Always the plaited threads of traffic will wind about the reel of London; always as you up Regent Street from Pall Mall and look back, Westminster will rise with you like a dim sun over the horizon of Whitehall. That dive down Fleet Street and up to the black and white cliffs of St. Paul's will for ever bring to mind some rumour of romance. There is always a romance that we leave behind in London, and always London enlocks that flower for us, and keeps it fresh, so that when we come back we have our romance again. — Stella Benson
Kensington Sayings By Arthur Conan Doyle: Am dining at Goldini's Restaurant, Gloucester Road, Kensington. Please come at once and join me Am dining at Goldini's Restaurant, Gloucester Road, Kensington. Please come at once and join me there. Bring with you a jemmy, a dark lantern, a chisel, and a revolver. S. H. It was a nice equipment for a respectable citizen to carry through the dim, fog-draped streets. — Arthur Conan Doyle
Kensington Sayings By Una Stubbs: I did films with Wanda Ventham, Benedict's mother, and we lived in the same area, I did films with Wanda Ventham, Benedict's mother, and we lived in the same area, in Kensington. So I'd be out with my pram and Wanda and I would be talking and there was poor little Benedict, who I suppose was about four, standing there while we were gossiping in the high street for hours! — Una Stubbs
Kensington Sayings By Nick Love: I'm a good little middle-class boy. I live in Gloucestershire or Kensington. I don't exist I'm a good little middle-class boy. I live in Gloucestershire or Kensington. I don't exist in the war zone, but it's certainly not far away. I grew up in an area where it is a war zone - south London. — Nick Love
Kensington Sayings By Kensington Gore: Follow YOUR dreams because no one else can. Follow YOUR dreams because no one else can. — Kensington Gore
Kensington Sayings By Lisa Tawn Bergren: God," she said, her tone gently reproving, "brought Mr.Kensington to you, and with him, a God," she said, her tone gently reproving, "brought Mr.Kensington to you, and with him, a world of potential. As I see it, each of our lives is a journey, Miss Cora. A path that takes us over the mountain or down through a dark valley. But He never abandons us. Never. That is how He cares for us - walking with us every step of the way. — Lisa Tawn Bergren
Kensington Sayings By J.M. Barrie: Mrs. Darling loved to have everything just so, and Mr. Darling had a passion for Mrs. Darling loved to have everything just so, and Mr. Darling had a passion for being exactly like his neighbours; so, of course, they had a nurse. As they were poor, owing to the amount of milk the children drank, this nurse was a prim Newfoundland dog, called Nana, who had belonged to no one in particular until the Darlings engaged her. She had always thought children important, however, and the Darlings had become acquainted with her in Kensington Gardens, where she spent most of her spare time peeping into perambulators, and was much hated by careless nursemaids, whom she followed to their homes and complained of to their mistresses. She proved to be quite a treasure of a nurse. — J.M. Barrie
Kensington Sayings By J.M. Barrie: You must see for yourselves that it will be difficult to follow Peter Pan's adventures You must see for yourselves that it will be difficult to follow Peter Pan's adventures unless you are familiar with the Kensington Gardens. — J.M. Barrie
Kensington Sayings By Kensington Gore: You can't make a horror movie without breaking heads! You can't make a horror movie without breaking heads! — Kensington Gore
Kensington Sayings By Alan Hollinghurst: And something else came back, from that later first morning at Kensington Park Gardens: a And something else came back, from that later first morning at Kensington Park Gardens: a sense that the house was not only an enhancement of Toby's interest but a compensation for his lack of it. — Alan Hollinghurst
Kensington Sayings By Kensington Gore: I'm a man of few words, most of them end in off! I'm a man of few words, most of them end in off! — Kensington Gore
Kensington Sayings By Kensington Gore: Nostalgia isn't what it used to be. Nostalgia isn't what it used to be. — Kensington Gore
Kensington Sayings By Mary Elizabeth Winstead: Kensington Market is a must visit place in Toronto. Kensington Market is a must visit place in Toronto. — Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Kensington Sayings By Thomas Love Peacock: The explanation, said Mr Glowry, is very satisfactory. The Great Mogul has taken lodgings at The explanation, said Mr Glowry, is very satisfactory. The Great Mogul has taken lodgings at Kensington, and the external part of the ear is a cartilaginous funnel. — Thomas Love Peacock
Kensington Sayings By Shane Claiborne: We see God all the time here. People only hear bad things about our neighborhood. We see God all the time here. People only hear bad things about our neighborhood. Kensington is known as the badlands. I always say you have to be careful when you call a place the badlands because that is exactly what they said about Nazareth. Nothing good can come from there. I think we see God in the margins. — Shane Claiborne
Kensington Sayings By Kensington Gore: Good writers can't die. Their words live on forever. Good writers can't die. Their words live on forever. — Kensington Gore
Kensington Sayings By Brigid Kemmerer: I came to apologize for my dickhead brother." He took another bite of his apple, I came to apologize for my dickhead brother."
He took another bite of his apple, his eyes intent on Becca.
"And to thank Becky for last night."
"Becca," she snapped.
He smiled.
"I know."
Oh. Oh.
Kemmerer, Brigid (2012-04-24). Storm (Elemental Book 1) (Kindle Locations 811-814). Kensington Publishing Corp. Kindle Edition. — Brigid Kemmerer
Kensington Sayings By Kensington Gore: You know, sex at seventy-six is getting very dangerous for my health ... since I You know, sex at seventy-six is getting very dangerous for my health ... since I live at seventy-nine! — Kensington Gore
Kensington Sayings By Kensington Roth: Hollywood is a door leading to a thousand doors Hollywood is a door leading to a thousand doors — Kensington Roth
Kensington Sayings By J.M. Barrie: Thus, when you cry out, 'Greedy! Greedy!' to the bird that fliesaway with the big Thus, when you cry out, 'Greedy! Greedy!' to the bird that flies
away with the big crust, you know now that you ought not to do this, for he is very likely taking it to Peter
Pan. — J.M. Barrie
Kensington Sayings By Gilbert K. Chesterton: Bowing down in blind credulity, as is my custom, before mere authority and the tradition Bowing down in blind credulity, as is my custom, before mere authority and the tradition of the elders, superstitiously swallowing a story I could not test at the time by experiment or private judgment, I am firmly of the opinion that I was born on the 29th of May, 1874, on Campden Hill, Kensington; and baptised according to the formularies of the Church of England in the little church of St. George opposite the large Waterworks Tower that dominated that ridge. — Gilbert K. Chesterton
Kensington Sayings By C.P. Snow: I felt I was moving among two groups [literary intellectuals and scientists] comparable in intelligence, I felt I was moving among two groups [literary intellectuals and scientists] comparable in intelligence, identical in race, not grossly different in social origin, earning about the same incomes, who had almost ceased to communicate at all, who in intellectual, moral and psychological climate had so little in common that instead of going from Burlington Hom or South Kensington to Chelsea, one might have crossed an ocean. — C.P. Snow
Kensington Sayings By J.M. Barrie: The door', replied Maimie, 'will always, always be open, and mother will always be waiting The door', replied Maimie, 'will always, always be open, and mother will always be waiting at it for me. — J.M. Barrie
Kensington Sayings By J.M. Barrie: It is frightfully difficult to know much about the fairies, and almost the only thing It is frightfully difficult to know much about the fairies, and almost the only thing for certain is that there are fairies wherever there are children. — J.M. Barrie
Kensington Sayings By Julie Burchill: Blakes Hotel in South Kensington was a particular favourite of mine during what I affectionately Blakes Hotel in South Kensington was a particular favourite of mine during what I affectionately think of as my Restless Years. — Julie Burchill
Kensington Sayings By Cristin Harber: I thought you were more like GI Joe, but now that I know about the I thought you were more like GI Joe, but now that I know about the cape, you sound more like Superman." Mia Kensington to Colby Winters — Cristin Harber
Kensington Sayings By Hal Porter: I immediately cotton on to the fact that intelligence thus lightly used, and one-upmanshipishly displayed, I immediately cotton on to the fact that intelligence thus lightly used, and one-upmanshipishly displayed, is a birthmark giving me a two-coloured face, is a goitre, a hump on the back, webbed toes, and makes me stink like the night-man. Once again I learn what I knew on my very first day at Kensington School, and have carelessly forgotten, that it is more intelligent to appear less intelligent. I henceforth rein myself in, and publicly give back only what I have been given - fifty-six for seven- eights. — Hal Porter
Kensington Sayings By Kensington Gore: Just as making an omelette & breaking eggs you can't make a horror film without Just as making an omelette & breaking eggs you can't make a horror film without breaking a few heads! — Kensington Gore
Kensington Sayings By Sophie Winkleman: For clothes, I like Anna on Regent's Park Road. Anna Park, who owns it, has For clothes, I like Anna on Regent's Park Road. Anna Park, who owns it, has an amazing eye for fresh, exciting clothes. I also love Arrogant Cat on Kensington Church Street. Space NK on Duke of York Square for exciting potions. I think I stretch the term 'tester' way beyond its boundaries. — Sophie Winkleman
Kensington Sayings By Kensington Roth: In every bush lies a nest. In every bush lies a nest. — Kensington Roth
Kensington Sayings By J.M. Barrie: He decided to appeal to the fairies for enlightenment. They are reputedto know a good He decided to appeal to the fairies for enlightenment. They are reputed
to know a good deal. — J.M. Barrie
Kensington Sayings By Anne Marsh: He and his brothers were heroes at heart - even if they were all bad He and his brothers were heroes at heart - even if they were all bad boy on the outside — Anne Marsh
Kensington Sayings By Ginger Scott: I love him.I want him.I need him.I breathe him. I love him.
I want him.
I need him.
I breathe him. — Ginger Scott
Kensington Sayings By Kensington Gore: An average director directs. A good director leads and follows at the same time. An average director directs. A good director leads and follows at the same time. — Kensington Gore
Kensington Sayings By Claire Tomalin: Because my father is French, my first school was the Lycee Francais de Londres in Because my father is French, my first school was the Lycee Francais de Londres in Kensington. — Claire Tomalin
Kensington Sayings By Manolo Blahnik: I saw this vision with a beautiful plastic bag in Kensington High Street, ... and I saw this vision with a beautiful plastic bag in Kensington High Street, ... and then you didn't see the face because he had this blond thing [indicating a sweeping fringe across his face] that was, you know, too much! — Manolo Blahnik
Kensington Sayings By Mariella Frostrup: Fridays are always movie night at our flat in Kensington, West London. Fridays are always movie night at our flat in Kensington, West London. — Mariella Frostrup