Lithuanians Famous Quotes & Sayings

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15 Lithuanians Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Lithuanians Sayings By Karl Marx: Necessity is blind until it becomes conscious. Freedom is the consciousness of necessity. Necessity is blind until it becomes conscious. Freedom is the consciousness of necessity. — Karl Marx
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Lithuanians Sayings By Virginia Woolf: And if we can imagine the art of fiction come alive and standing in our And if we can imagine the art of fiction come alive and standing in our midst, she would undoubtedly bid us break her and bully her, as well as honour and love her, for so her youth is renewed and her sovereignty assured. — Virginia Woolf
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Lithuanians Sayings By Milan Kundera: All previous crimes of the Russian empire had been committed under the cover of a All previous crimes of the Russian empire had been committed under the cover of a discreet shadow. The deportation of a million Lithuanians, the murder of hundreds of thousands of Poles, the liquidation of the Crimean Tatars remain in our memory, but no photographic documentation exists; sooner or later they will therefore be proclaimed as fabrications. — Milan Kundera
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Lithuanians Sayings By Pope Francis: Lithuanian bishops have been heroic! Lithuanian bishops have been heroic! — Pope Francis
Lithuanians Sayings By Siddhartha Mukherjee: It is one thing to try to understand how genes influence human identity or sexuality It is one thing to try to understand how genes influence human identity or sexuality or temperament. It is quite another thing to imagine altering identity or sexuality or behavior by altering genes. — Siddhartha Mukherjee
Lithuanians Sayings By Robert T. Kiyosaki: So when you're in doubt and feeling a little afraid, just do what Colonel Sanders So when you're in doubt and feeling a little afraid, just do what Colonel Sanders did to his little chicken. He fried it. — Robert T. Kiyosaki
Lithuanians Sayings By Charlie Chaplin: My character of the Tramp, the millions of workers symbolized in that one figure. My character of the Tramp, the millions of workers symbolized in that one figure. — Charlie Chaplin
Lithuanians Sayings By Peter Darman: Lithuanians and it would take more than Lithuanians and it would take more than — Peter Darman
Lithuanians Sayings By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe: I will listen to anyone's convictions, but pray keep your doubts to yourself. I will listen to anyone's convictions, but pray keep your doubts to yourself. — Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Lithuanians Sayings By Amanda DeWees: The wavelets flung themselves up as if trying to pat my feet and I darted The wavelets flung themselves up as if trying to pat my feet and I darted back, laughing, and picked up my skirts to chase them back as they receded, in a game of tag more ancient than I then knew. — Amanda DeWees
Lithuanians Sayings By Norman Davies: The title 'Lord of All-Rus' did not possess much basis either in history or in The title 'Lord of All-Rus' did not possess much basis either in history or in current reality. It came into the same category as that whereby the kings of England laid claim to France. In the 1490s, two-and-a-half centuries after all traces of a united Kievan Rus' had been destroyed, it had the same degree of credibility that the king of France might have enjoyed if, in his struggle with the German Empire, he had proclaimed himself 'Lord of all the Franks'. By that time, it conflicted with the separate identity that the 'Ruthenes' of Lithuania had assumed from the 'Russians' of Moscow. Indeed, it all seemed sufficiently unreal for the Lithuanians to accept it as a small price to pay for Ivan's good humour. They were not to know it, but they were conceding the ideological cornerstone of territorial ambitions that would be pursued for 500 years. — Norman Davies
Lithuanians Sayings By Timothy Snyder: If we believe that the Holocaust was a result of the inherent characteristics of Jews, If we believe that the Holocaust was a result of the inherent characteristics of Jews, Germans, Poles, Lithuanians, Ukrainians, or anyone else, then we are moving in Hitler's world. - — Timothy Snyder
Lithuanians Sayings By Graham Greene: All right. All right.' He thought: am I taking to drink too? It seemed to All right. All right.' He thought: am I taking to drink too? It seemed to him that he had no shape left, nothing you could touch and say: this is Scobie. — Graham Greene
Lithuanians Sayings By Norman Davies: To make his point, Ivan staged a sensational demonstration. Some time before Christmas he had To make his point, Ivan staged a sensational demonstration. Some time before Christmas he had arrested two Lithuanians employed in the Moscow Kremlin. He charged them with plotting to poison him. The accusations against Jan Lukhomski and Maciej the Pole did not sound very credible; but their guilt or innocence was hardly relevant. They were held in an open cage on the frozen Moskva River for all the world to see; and on the eve of the departure of Ivan's envoy to Lithuania, they were burned alive in their cage.50 As the ice melted under the fierce heat of the fire and the heavy iron cage sank beneath the water, taking its carbonized occupants down in a great hiss of steam, one could have well imagined that something was being said about Lithuania's political future. — Norman Davies
Lithuanians Sayings By James Fallows: A rigid America is also weak and vulnerable, because it sacrifices its unique strength: the A rigid America is also weak and vulnerable, because it sacrifices its unique strength: the energy of people who think they can always make something new of their lives. — James Fallows