Letter X Famous Quotes & Sayings

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pinterest Share on Linkedin

66 Letter X Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Letter X Sayings By Michael Josephson: Sportsmanship is the ethical and moral dimension of sports. It is demonstrated by a number Sportsmanship is the ethical and moral dimension of sports. It is demonstrated by a number of attributes and attitudes such as fair play, respect for the rules and traditions of the sport and various traits of good character including integrity (abiding by the letter and spirit of the rules and concepts of honor); demonstrated respect for others including teammates, opponents, officials and spectators; accountability, self-control, and graciousness in victory and defeat. — Michael Josephson
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Billy Collins: The pen is an instrument of discovery rather than just a recording implement. If you The pen is an instrument of discovery rather than just a recording implement. If you write a letter of resignation or something with an agenda, you're simply using a pen to record what you have thought out. — Billy Collins
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Julian Barnes: I could only reply that I think---I theorise--that something--something else--happens to the memory over time. I could only reply that I think---I theorise--that something--something else--happens to the memory over time. For years you survive with the same loops, the same facts and the same emotions...The events reconfirm the emotions--resentment, a sense of injustice, relief--and vice versa. There seems no way of accessing anything else; the case is closed. But what if, even at a late stage, your emotions relating to those long-ago events and people change? That ugly letter of mine provoked remorse in me...I felt a new sympathy for them--and her. Then, not long afterwards, I began remembering forgotten things. — Julian Barnes
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Bel Kaufman: How can you wish on a turkey wishbone with a man who is capable of How can you wish on a turkey wishbone with a man who is capable of correcting a love letter? — Bel Kaufman
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Joyce Carol Oates: The act of sending a letter is an act of generosity, even if, in retrospect, The act of sending a letter is an act of generosity, even if, in retrospect, it might seem reckless. Why regret one's generosity? Why regret one's impulsiveness, one's misjudgment of others? The inevitable discovery that someone is selling letters you'd written in trust is simply to discover an obvious human truth: there are those who don't cherish us as we'd cherished them, and had wished to be cherished by them. — Joyce Carol Oates
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Jeffrey Bell: We only had a couple of ways for people to hate us on 'X-Files,' including We only had a couple of ways for people to hate us on 'X-Files,' including still writing actual fan letters. Now people can instantly tell you, 'Oh my God, I love you,' or 'Oh my God, you are the worst person on the planet.' They actually had to hate you enough or love you enough to write a letter, put a stamp on it and send it. — Jeffrey Bell
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Andrea Barham: At school, my religious-education teacher expressly forbade us to write "Xmas." It was regarded as At school, my religious-education teacher expressly forbade us to write "Xmas." It was regarded as a foul blasphemy. How would I like it if people used an anonymous X in place of my name? However, it would seem that the word "Xmas" is not blasphemous after all.

In the original Greek, "Christ" was written "Xristos," but the X isn't the Roman "ecks"; The Cassell Dictionary of Word Histories explains that it is the Greek letter "chi" (pronounced with a k to rhyme with "eye"--k'eye). The x is simply a stand-in for "the first letter of Greek Khristos--Christ." Indeed, the Chi-Rho (CH-r--the first two syllables of "Christ") illumination can be seen in the ancient Irish manuscript of the Gospels, The Book of Kells, which is housed at Trinity College in Dublin. This work dates back to the ninth century.

Of course, strictly speaking, Xmas" should still be pronounced "Christmas" because it's an abbreviation, not an alternative word. — Andrea Barham
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Steve Carell: Sending a handwritten letter is becoming such an anomaly. It's disappearing. My mom is the Sending a handwritten letter is becoming such an anomaly. It's disappearing. My mom is the only one who still writes me letters. And there's something visceral about opening a letter - I see her on the page. I see her in her handwriting. — Steve Carell
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Emily Trunko: Dear S,I guess it's too late now. You're off doing what you always told me Dear S,
I guess it's too late now. You're off doing what you always told me you've dreamed of doing, and I'm here doing what my parents have always dreamed I'd end up doing. I guess being childhood friends doesn't guarantee staying together.
I regret not telling you that I loved you.
But I'm not writing this to have my feelings returned. No, I'm writing this to let you know that I'll probably never tell you. I'm writing this because I know I'll never get the courage, let alone the chance, to tell you because you're so far away now.
Hey, on the off chance that telepathy works or that you have powers to know everything, I want you to know that I love you -- not just as a childhood friend, but as someone I want to marry. — Emily Trunko
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Venita VanCaspel: One of the greatest deterrents to successful investing is the three-letter word ego. One of the greatest deterrents to successful investing is the three-letter word ego. — Venita VanCaspel
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Joseph Hansen: It's a four-letter word for a part of the human anatomy but it's not m-i-n-d. It's a four-letter word for a part of the human anatomy but it's not m-i-n-d. — Joseph Hansen
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: Amor fati: this is the very core of my being - And as to my Amor fati: this is the very core of my being - And as to my prolonged illness, do I not owe much more to it than I owe to my health? To it I owe a higher kind of health, a sort of health which grows stronger under everything that does not actually kill it! - To it, I owe even my philosophy. ... Only great suffering is the ultimate emancipator of spirit, for it teaches one that vast suspiciousness which makes an X out of every U, a genuine and proper X, i.e., the antepenultimate letter. Only great suffering; that great suffering, under which we seem to be over a fire of greenwood, the suffering that takes its time - forces us philosophers to descend into our nethermost depths, and to let go of all trustfulness, all good-nature, all whittling-down, all mildness, all mediocrity, - on which things we had formerly staked our humanity. — Friedrich Nietzsche
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Michael Ben Zehabe: The nature of a letter can also be revealed within its numeric value. All letters The nature of a letter can also be revealed within its numeric value. All letters and numbers behave in a certain but recognizable way, from which we can deduce its nature. The number two is the only even prime. There is an inherent mathematical dilemma with, "one." No matter how many times you multiply it, by itself, you still can't get past "one" (1 x 1 x 1 x 1 = 1). So, how does "one" move beyond itself? How does the same, produce the different?
Mathematically, "one" is forced to divide itself and work from that duality. Therein, hides the divine puzzle of bet (b). To become "two," the second must revolt from wholeness - a separation. Yet, the second could not have existed without the benefit of the original wholeness. Also, the first wanted the second to exist, but the first doesn't know what the second will become. Again, two contains potential badness, to a Hebrew. (Ge 25:24) — Michael Ben Zehabe
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Muriel Spark: The letters of famous people can be placed into two categories: there is the type The letters of famous people can be placed into two categories: there is the type of letter which becomes itself a valuable contribution to literature through its wit, style or wisdom; another kind is that whose main importance lies in the provision of a background to their author's life. Especially in the correspondence of great writers and poets, these two factors are very often combined ... — Muriel Spark
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Steven Seagal: In general, we as police officers - at least the good police officers - like In general, we as police officers - at least the good police officers - like to look at each situation case by case and always pay close attention to the spirit of the law rather than the letter of the law. — Steven Seagal
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Gottfried Leibniz: The dot was introduced as a symbol for multiplication by Leibniz. On July 29, 1698, The dot was introduced as a symbol for multiplication by Leibniz. On July 29, 1698, he wrote in a letter to Johann Bernoulli: I do not like X as a symbol for multiplication, as it is easily confounded with x ... — Gottfried Leibniz
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By Penny Reid: I lost it in the bathroom. Sitting on the toilet, I started to panic when I lost it in the bathroom. Sitting on the toilet, I started to panic when I noticed the graveyard of empty toilet paper rolls. The brown cylinders had ostensibly been placed vertically to form a half oval on top of the flat shiny surface of the stainless steel toilet paper holder. It was like some sort of miniature-recycled Stonehenge in the women's bathroom, a monument to the bowel movements of days past. Actually, it was sometime around 2:30 p.m. when my day exited the realm of country song bad and entered the neighboring territory of Aunt Ethel's annual Christmas letter bad. Last year Aunt Ethel wrote with steady, stalwart sincerity of Uncle Joe's gout and her one - no, make that two - car accidents, the new sinkhole in their backyard, their impending eviction from the trailer park, and Cousin Serena's divorce. To be fair, Cousin Serena got divorced every year, so that didn't really count toward the calamitous computation of yearly catastrophes. I — Penny Reid
More Pictures »
Letter X Sayings By David Jeremiah: Paul exposed this strategy in his letter to the Corinthians, saying that Satan has blinded Paul exposed this strategy in his letter to the Corinthians, saying that Satan has blinded people's minds, "lest the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine on them" (2 Corinthians 4:4). — David Jeremiah
Letter X Sayings By Jeremy Taylor: The pharisees minded what God spoke, but not what He intended. They were busy in The pharisees minded what God spoke, but not what He intended. They were busy in the outward work of the hand, but incurious of the affections and choice of the heart. So God was served in the letter, they did not much inquire into His purpose; and therefore they were curious to wash their hands, but cared not to purify their hearts. — Jeremy Taylor
Letter X Sayings By George R R Martin: It saddened Cressen to remember that letter. No one had ever taught Stannis how to It saddened Cressen to remember that letter. No one had ever taught Stannis how to laugh, least of all the boy Patchface. The storm came up suddenly, howling, and Shipbreaker Bay proved the truth of its name. The lord's two-masted galley Windproud broke up within sight of his castle. From its parapets his two eldest sons had watched as their father's ship was smashed against the rocks and swallowed by the waters. A hundred oarsmen and sailors went down with Lord Steffon Baratheon and his lady wife, and for days thereafter every tide left a fresh crop of swollen corpses on the strand below Storm's End. — George R R Martin
Letter X Sayings By Benjamin Alire Saenz: I renamed myself Ari.If I switched the letter, my name was Air.I thought it might I renamed myself Ari.
If I switched the letter, my name was Air.
I thought it might be a great thing to be the air.
I could be something and nothing at the same time. I could be necessary and also invisible. Everyone would need me and no one would be able to see me. — Benjamin Alire Saenz
Letter X Sayings By Iain Pears: Odd, don't you think? I have seen war, and invasions and riots. I have heard Odd, don't you think? I have seen war, and invasions and riots. I have heard of massacres and brutalities beyond imagining, and I have kept my faith in the power of civilization to bring men back from the brink. And yet one women writes a letter, and my whole world falls to pieces.
You see, she is an ordinary woman. A good one, even. That's the point ... Nothing [a recognizably bad person does] can surprise or shock me, or worry me. But she denounced Julia and sent her to her death because she resented her, and because Julia is a Jew.
I thought in this simple contrast between the civilized and the barbaric, but I was wrong. It is the civilized who are the truly barbaric, and the [Nazi] Germans are merely the supreme expression of it. — Iain Pears
Letter X Sayings By Bill Callahan: Your letter filled the hole in my day like a key.Turn it. Your letter filled the hole in my day like a key.
Turn it. — Bill Callahan
Letter X Sayings By Edward Kowalczyk: Hope is the letter that never arrives delivered by the postman of my fear. Hope is the letter that never arrives delivered by the postman of my fear. — Edward Kowalczyk
Letter X Sayings By Karen Joy Fowler: Let us never underestimate the power of a well-written letter. Let us never underestimate the power of a well-written letter. — Karen Joy Fowler
Letter X Sayings By Melissa Landers: Cassia had a feeling Kane might not follow her instructions to the letter, but she Cassia had a feeling Kane might not follow her instructions to the letter, but she never expected him to come barreling into the docking lot with Arabelle hoisted over one shoulder, shielding his head with his free arm and yelling like his pants were on fire. Behind him, Doran and Solara ran through the open doorway, each armed with a stolen pulse pistol and firing indiscriminately at someone out of view.
So much for smooth negotiating. — Melissa Landers
Letter X Sayings By Elsa Morante: How strange and unnatural destiny is. I married a man eight years younger than myself, How strange and unnatural destiny is. I married a man eight years younger than myself, and according to the law of nature I should have been the first to die, with Him at my side. Instead, it was my destiny to witness His death.'
In speaking of Giuseppe, she always wrote Him, with a capital letter. Her style was prolix, repetitive, but with a certain academic nobility; and her handwriting was elongated, fine, even elegant. (However, in her final decline, her letters grew shorter and her written words, all shaky and twisted, groped across the page, uncertain of their direction.) — Elsa Morante
Letter X Sayings By Mary Monroe: That wench gets around like a chain letter. That wench gets around like a chain letter. — Mary Monroe
Letter X Sayings By Joseph Addison: But in all despotic governments, though a particular prince may favour arts and letter, there But in all despotic governments, though a particular prince may favour arts and letter, there is a natural degeneracy of mankind. — Joseph Addison
Letter X Sayings By Bill Maher: New Rule: The person who sat in my seat on the flight before me and New Rule: The person who sat in my seat on the flight before me and could not finish the People magazine crossword puzzle has to be ashamed of themselves. I don't know who you are, but "Desperate _wives"? Nothing? A three-letter word for "Writing utensil, you're holding it in your hand." Here's one more for you: Four letters, begins with a v, something you shouldn't be allowed to do this November. — Bill Maher
Letter X Sayings By Timothy Schaffert: Even when not in the act of writing Muscatine a letter, I was often composing Even when not in the act of writing Muscatine a letter, I was often composing one in my mind, situating the words just so, plunking one here, then one there, gauging how to sound worthy of his regard. — Timothy Schaffert
Letter X Sayings By John Banville: I've been wrestling with Kafka since I was an adolescent. I think he's a great I've been wrestling with Kafka since I was an adolescent. I think he's a great aphorist, a great letter writer, a great diarist, a great short story writer, and a great novelist - I'd put novelist last. — John Banville
Letter X Sayings By Victoria Schwab: The moments that define lives aren't always obvious. They don't scream LEDGE, and nine times The moments that define lives aren't always obvious. They don't scream LEDGE, and nine times out of ten there's no rope to duck under, no line to cross, no blood pact, no official letter on fancy paper. They aren't always protracted, heavy with meaning. Between one sip and the next, Victor made the biggest mistake of his life, and it was made of nothing more than one line. Three small words.
I'll go first. — Victoria Schwab
Letter X Sayings By Michael Lewis: She dropped the matter, and his birthday remained May 28. Armed with the Social Security She dropped the matter, and his birthday remained May 28. Armed with the Social Security card, the birth certificate, and the letter from Principal Simpson of the Briarcrest Christian School, they drove the next day to the Department of Motor Vehicles. This time they had Collins in tow. Collins — Michael Lewis
Letter X Sayings By Fennel Hudson: I like to send letters. I love to receive them. I could never throw away I like to send letters. I love to receive them. I could never throw away a letter. — Fennel Hudson
Letter X Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: Poetry! Indeed, verses are the only thing that your letter lacks, Makar Alexievitch. And what Poetry! Indeed, verses are the only thing that your letter lacks, Makar Alexievitch. And what tender feelings I can read in it - what roseate-coloured fancies! To the curtain, however, I had never given a thought. The fact is that when I moved the flower-pots, it LOOPED ITSELF up. There now! — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Letter X Sayings By Jann Arden: Put a chair against the door, and turn the lights down low Write a letter Put a chair against the door, and turn the lights down low Write a letter to yourself, no one will ever know — Jann Arden
Letter X Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: If, therefore, from the settlement of the Saxons, to the introduction of Christianity among them, If, therefore, from the settlement of the Saxons, to the introduction of Christianity among them, that system of religion could not be a part of the common law, because they were not yet Christians; and if, having their laws from that period to the close of the common law, we are able to find among them no such act of adoption; we may safely affirm (though contradicted by all the judges and writers on earth) that Christianity neither is, nor ever was, a part of the common law.
['Whether Christianity is Part of the Common Law?', letter to Dr. Thomas Cooper, from Monticello, February 10, 1814] — Thomas Jefferson
Letter X Sayings By Jennifer E. Smith: His were always lighthearted notes from the places they'd visited, scrawled in the limited space His were always lighthearted notes from the places they'd visited, scrawled in the limited space on the back of the cards, whereas hers tended to be longer and slightly rambling, unrestricted by the confines of paper. But sitting there with the cursor blinking at him, he wasn't sure what to say. There was something too immediate about an e-mail, the idea that she might get it in mere moments, that just one click of the mouse would make it appear on her screen in an instant, like magic. He realized how much he preferred the safety of a letter, the physicality of it, the distance it had to cross on its way from here to there, which felt honest and somehow more real. — Jennifer E. Smith
Letter X Sayings By Harvey MacKay: The ten most powerful two-letter words in the English language are: If it is to The ten most powerful two-letter words in the English language are: If it is to be, it is up to me. — Harvey MacKay
Letter X Sayings By Tatjana Soli: Saigon in utter darkness this last night of the war. A gestating monster. Her letter Saigon in utter darkness this last night of the war. A gestating monster. Her letter to Linh had been simple: I love you more than life, but I had to see the end. — Tatjana Soli
Letter X Sayings By David B. Feinberg: I searched my memory and recalled I had written Fred a coming-out letter in the I searched my memory and recalled I had written Fred a coming-out letter in the early seventies. Periodically I got annoyed, testy, mad at the world, and would write bombastic letters to people I wasn't particularly close to, detailing quite explicitly my homosexual identity, not caring whether they would accept or reject me. I couldn't recall what set me off to write Fred. I might have failed a physics exam. Maybe someone called me a faggot on the street. It could have been Watergate. — David B. Feinberg
Letter X Sayings By William Butler Yeats: We poets would die of loneliness but for women, and we choose our men friends We poets would die of loneliness but for women, and we choose our men friends that we may have somebody to talk about women with. Letter to Olivia Shakespeare, 1936 — William Butler Yeats
Letter X Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: I want to explore the art of pleasure in Italy, the art of devotion in I want to explore the art of pleasure in Italy, the art of devotion in India and, in Indonesia, the art of balancing the two. It was only later, after admitting this dream, that I noticed the happy coincidence that all these countries begin with the letter I. A fairly auspicious sign, it seemed, on a voyage of self-discovery. — Elizabeth Gilbert
Letter X Sayings By Lazlo Ferran: century. Moreover it has been carbon-dated and appears to be 400 years old, give or century. Moreover it has been carbon-dated and appears to be 400 years old, give or take. I am completely mystified!" I checked the paper every day after that for months but there was never another mention of the mysterious refueling-can. A letter to the British museum elicited the following curt reply: "Professor Barry Deancliff's team will be spending many years analyzing the finds from the dig and as yet, he has no further comment to make about — Lazlo Ferran
Letter X Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: Why does my action strike them as so horrible? Is it because it was a Why does my action strike them as so horrible? Is it because it was a crime? What is meant by crime? My conscience is at rest. Of course, it was a legal crime, of course, the letter of the law was broken and blood was shed. Well, punish me for the letter of the law ... and that's enough. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Letter X Sayings By John Dewey: I feel the gods are pretty dead, though I suppose I ought to know that I feel the gods are pretty dead, though I suppose I ought to know that however, to be somewhat more philosophical in the matter, if atheism means simply not being a theist, then of course I'm an atheist.
[Letter to Max Otto] — John Dewey
Letter X Sayings By Susan Coolidge: It is a curious fact, and makes life very interesting, that, generally speaking, none of It is a curious fact, and makes life very interesting, that, generally speaking, none of us have any expectation that things are going to happen till the very moment when they do happen. We wake up some morning with no idea that a great happiness is at hand, and before night it has come, and all the world is changed for us; or we wake bright and cheerful, with never a guess that clouds of sorrow are lowering in our sky, to put all the sunshine out for a while, and before noon all is dark. Nothing whispers of either the joy or the grief. No instinct bids us to delay or to hasten the opening of the letter or telegram, or the lifting of the latch of the door at which stands the messenger of good or ill. — Susan Coolidge
Letter X Sayings By Raymond Chandler: The private detective of fiction is a fantastic creation who acts and speaks like a The private detective of fiction is a fantastic creation who acts and speaks like a real man. He can be completely realistic in every sense but one, that one sense being that in life as we know it such a man would not be a private detective.
(Letter, April 19, 1951) — Raymond Chandler
Letter X Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: History, I believe, furnishes no example of a priest-ridden people maintaining a free civil government. History, I believe, furnishes no example of a priest-ridden people maintaining a free civil government. This marks the lowest grade of ignorance of which their civil as well as religious leaders will always avail themselves for their own purposes.

{Letter to celebrated scientist Alexander von Humboldt, 6 December, 1813} — Thomas Jefferson
Letter X Sayings By Kiersten White: I flopped onto my bed and tried to burn a whole in the ceiling with I flopped onto my bed and tried to burn a whole in the ceiling with my glare. It was a good thing,not getting the letter today.If they were going to reject me,they would probably do it early.Those beautiful,thick acceptance packets took time to put together. no doubt they placed every sheet,every paper with personalized love and attention. — Kiersten White
Letter X Sayings By Tom Franklin, Crooked Letter Crooked Letter: How time packs new years over the old ones but how those old years are How time packs new years over the old ones but how those old years are still in there, like the earliest, tightest rings centering a tree, the most hidden, enclosed in darkness and shielded from weather. But then a saw screams in and the tree topples and the circles are stricken by the sun and the sap glistens and the stump is laid open for the world to see. — Tom Franklin, Crooked Letter Crooked Letter
Letter X Sayings By Nathaniel Hawthorne: If the truth were to be known, everyone would be wearing a scarlet letter of If the truth were to be known, everyone would be wearing a scarlet letter of one form or another. — Nathaniel Hawthorne
Letter X Sayings By David Foster Wallace: My fingers are mated into a mirrored series of what manifests, to me, as the My fingers are mated into a mirrored series of what manifests, to me, as the letter X. — David Foster Wallace
Letter X Sayings By Kingsley Amis: They went outside and stood where a sign used to say Taxi and now said They went outside and stood where a sign used to say Taxi and now said Taxi/Tacsi for the benefit of Welsh people who had never seen a letter X before. — Kingsley Amis
Letter X Sayings By Umberto Eco: The point is that newspapers are not there for spreading news but for covering it The point is that newspapers are not there for spreading news but for covering it up. X happens, you have to report it, but it causes embarrassment for too many people, so in the same edition you add some shock headlines - mother kills four children, savings at risk of going up in smoke, letter from Garibaldi insulting his lieutenant Nino Bixio discovered, etc. - so news drowns in a great sea of information. — Umberto Eco
Letter X Sayings By Marjorie Celona: YThat perfect letter. The wishbone, fork in the road, empty wineglass. The question we ask Y
That perfect letter. The wishbone, fork in the road, empty wineglass. The question we ask over and over. Why? Me with my arms outstretched, feet in first position. The chromosome half of us don't have. Second to last in the alphabet: almost there. Coupled with an L, let's make an adverb. A modest X, legs closed. Y or N? Yes, of course. Upside-down peace sign. Little bird tracks in the sand.
Y, a Greet letter, joined the Latin alphabet after the Romans conquered Greece in the first century
a double agent: consonant and vowel. No one used adverbs before then, and no one was happy. — Marjorie Celona
Letter X Sayings By Chris Brown: It's the Roman numeral for 10. 5/5/89 is my birthday: 5 plus 5 is 10, It's the Roman numeral for 10. 5/5/89 is my birthday: 5 plus 5 is 10, and this is my tenth year since I got into music. 'X' is the 24th letter in the alphabet, and I will turn 24 when this album comes out. 'X' is also a metaphor, as in 'ex-girlfriend': it implies you're progressing and moving on in life, not holding on to the past and your old ways. — Chris Brown
Letter X Sayings By Chuck Palahniuk: To Mr. Jones, she said, imagine you're looking up at a blue sky, and imagine To Mr. Jones, she said, imagine you're looking up at a blue sky, and imagine a tiny airplane skywriting the letter Z. Then let the wind erase the letter. Then imagine the plane writing the letter Y. Let the wind erase it. Then the letter X. Erase it. Then the letter W.
Let the wind erase it. — Chuck Palahniuk
Letter X Sayings By Norah Jones: I got stood up by the letter Y, he was hanging around with his X. I got stood up by the letter Y, he was hanging around with his X. — Norah Jones
Letter X Sayings By Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra: One who has not only the four S's, which are required in every good lover, One who has not only the four S's, which are required in every good lover, but even the whole alphabet; as for example ... Agreeable, Bountiful, Constant, Dutiful, Easy, Faithful, Gallant, Honorable, Ingenious, Kind, Loyal, Mild, Noble, Officious, Prudent, Quiet, Rich, Secret, True, Valiant, Wise; the X indeed, is too harsh a letter to agree with him, but he is Young and Zealous. — Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
Letter X Sayings By Ambrose Bierce: X, n. In our alphabet being a needless letter has an added invincibility to the X, n. In our alphabet being a needless letter has an added invincibility to the attacks of the spelling reformers, and like them, will doubtless last as long as the language. — Ambrose Bierce
Letter X Sayings By Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra: ( ... ) rest content and satisfied that as you are caught in the noose ( ... ) rest content and satisfied that as you are caught in the noose of love it is one of worth and merit that has taken you, and one that has not only the the four S's that they say true lovers ought to have, but a complete alphabet; only listen to me and you will see how I can repeat it by rote. He is to my eyes and thinking, Amiable, Brave, Courteous, Distinguished, Elegant, Fond, Gay, Honorable, Illustrious, Loyal, Manly, Noble, Open, Polite, Quickwitted, Rich, and the S's according to the saying, and then Tender, Veracious: X does not suite him, for it is a rough letter; Y has been given already; and Z Zealous for your honour. — Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
Letter X Sayings By Lucy Robinson: Dear FranI'm watching you sleep. You are sucking your thumb. (We're going to need to Dear Fran
I'm watching you sleep. You are sucking your thumb. (We're going to need to talk about this.)
I can't pretend you look like a delicately slumbering princess, because you don't. Apart from the thumb business you are twitching around like a ferret and about ten minutes ago you pulled the entire duvet over yourself and left me with nothing. But I've never loved you more than I do right now.
I love you so much. I hope we can have a life together. There's so much I want to say to you. Please wake up soon.
Freddy x — Lucy Robinson
Letter X Sayings By Douglas Adams: Why' is the only question that bothers people enough to have an entire letter of Why' is the only question that bothers people enough to have an entire letter of the alphabet named after it.
The alphabet does not go 'A B C D What? When? How?' but it does go 'V W X Why? Z. — Douglas Adams
Letter X Sayings By Nenia Campbell: Boys," Lindsay agreed, nodding. "What doesn't get lost in translation?""Things with the letter X in Boys," Lindsay agreed, nodding. "What doesn't get lost in translation?"
"Things with the letter X in front of them," Rachel posited. "Like X-Box. And X-rated movies. — Nenia Campbell