Mellower Famous Quotes & Sayings

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22 Mellower Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Mellower Sayings By Alan Wurtzel: In 1972, about 10 cents out of every retail dollar was spent with Sears. In 1972, about 10 cents out of every retail dollar was spent with Sears. — Alan Wurtzel
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Mellower Sayings By Lin Yutang: Like spring, but it is too young. I like summer, but it is too proud. Like spring, but it is too young. I like summer, but it is too proud. So I like best of all autumn, because its tone is mellower, its colors are richer, and it is tinged with a little sorrow. Its golden richness speaks not of the innocence of spring, nor the power of summer, but of the mellowness and kindly wisdom of approaching age. It knows the limitations of life and its content. — Lin Yutang
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Mellower Sayings By Jamie McGuire: Love hard. Fight harder Love hard. Fight harder — Jamie McGuire
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Mellower Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: I have a feeling that we've seen the dismantling of civilisation, brick by brick, and I have a feeling that we've seen the dismantling of civilisation, brick by brick, and now we're looking into the void. We thought that we were liberating people from oppressive cultural circumstances, but we were, in fact, taking something away from them. We were killing off civility and concern. We were undermining all those little ties of loyalty and consideration and affection that are necessary for human flourishing. We thought that tradition was bad, that it created hidebound societies, that it held people down. But, in fact, what tradition was doing all along was affirming community and the sense that we are members of one another. Do we really love and respect one another more in the absence of tradition and manners and all the rest? Or have we merely converted one another into moral strangers - making our countries nothing more than hotels for the convenience of guests who are required only to avoid stepping on the toes of other guests? — Alexander McCall Smith
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Mellower Sayings By Arleigh Burke: The difference between a good and great officer is about ten seconds. The difference between a good and great officer is about ten seconds. — Arleigh Burke
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Mellower Sayings By Ed Westwick: I grew up in a middle class English family just outside London. I wasn't surrounded I grew up in a middle class English family just outside London. I wasn't surrounded by that speedy city lifestyle, it was a little mellower. — Ed Westwick
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Mellower Sayings By William Butler Yeats: In luck or out the toil has left its mark:That old perplexity an empty purse,Or In luck or out the toil has left its mark:
That old perplexity an empty purse,
Or the day's vanity, the night's remorse. — William Butler Yeats
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Mellower Sayings By Charles Sheehan-Miles: I'd say you're worth falling in love with twice. I'd say you're worth falling in love with twice. — Charles Sheehan-Miles
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Mellower Sayings By Ozzy Osbourne: I'd like to sing songs that are mellower. I don't want to be screaming when I'd like to sing songs that are mellower. I don't want to be screaming when I'm 60. — Ozzy Osbourne
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Mellower Sayings By Joshua Foer: Forgotten phone numbers and birthdays represent minor erosions of our everyday memory, but they are Forgotten phone numbers and birthdays represent minor erosions of our everyday memory, but they are part of a much larger story of how we've supplanted our own natural memory with a vast superstructure of technological crutches - from the alphabet to the BlackBerry. These technologies of storing information outside our minds have helped make our modern world possible, but they've also changed how we think and how we use our brains. — Joshua Foer
Mellower Sayings By Paul Dano: Sometimes I think your intellect can get in your way as an actor or an Sometimes I think your intellect can get in your way as an actor or an artist. When you come from a world of improv and comedy, you're able to let it flicker and fall out. — Paul Dano
Mellower Sayings By Katherine Owen: I want you to be good. Wait for me. And stay far away from every I want you to be good. Wait for me. And stay far away from every other guy. — Katherine Owen
Mellower Sayings By Lauren Slater: A piano tuner used to come over to our house when I was young. He A piano tuner used to come over to our house when I was young. He was a blind man, his eyes burnt-out holes in his head, his body all bent. I remember how strange he looked against the grandeur of our lives, how he stooped over that massive multitoothed instrument and tweaked its tones. The piano never looked any different after he'd worked on it, but when I pressed a C key or the black bar of an F minor, the note sprung out richer, as though chocolate and spices had been added to a flat sound. This was what was different. It was as though I'd been visited by a blind piano tuner who had crept into my apartment at night, who had tweaked the ivory bones of my body, the taut strings in my skull, and now, when I pressed on myself, the same notes but with a mellower, fuller sound sprang out. — Lauren Slater
Mellower Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: I feel sure we are the great coming nation - yet" - and she sighed I feel sure we are the great coming nation - yet" - and she sighed - "I feel my life should have drowsed away close to an older, mellower civilization, a land of greens and autumnal browns - — F Scott Fitzgerald
Mellower Sayings By Lin Yutang: I like spring, but it is too young. I like summer, but it is too I like spring, but it is too young. I like summer, but it is too proud. So I like best of all autumn, because its leaves are a little yellow, its tone mellower, its colours richer, and it is tinged a little with sorrow and a premonition of death. Its golden richness speaks not of the innocence of spring, nor of the power of summer, but of the mellowness and kindly wisdom of approaching age. It knows the limitations of life and is content. From a knowledge of those limitations and its richness of experience emerges a symphony of colours, richer than all, its green speaking of life and strength, its orange speaking of golden content and its purple of resignation and death — Lin Yutang
Mellower Sayings By Shannon Celebi: Then the weeks rolled by in a sinister psych ward haze filled with white-coated orderlies Then the weeks rolled by in a sinister psych ward haze filled with white-coated orderlies and rocking whack-job patients torn straight from some old Jack Nicholson film, all anti-psychotic meds and padded lonely cells ... — Shannon Celebi
Mellower Sayings By Moises Naim: And California, long a bellwether for national trends in the United States, has tilted the And California, long a bellwether for national trends in the United States, has tilted the balance further in favor of voter over party preferences: it agreed by popular referendum in 2011 to have all primary candidates appear on a single ballot, with the top two vote-getters moving on to the general election regardless of party. — Moises Naim
Mellower Sayings By Sylvia Plath: I'll call you. Take care." And he was gone. So the rain comes down hard I'll call you. Take care." And he was gone. So the rain comes down hard outside my room, and like Eddie Cohen," I say, "... fifteen thousand years - - - of what? We're still nothing but animals. — Sylvia Plath
Mellower Sayings By Robert Reed: Occasionally, I'll dream I'm in the factory. That will help me write. Not creatively, but Occasionally, I'll dream I'm in the factory. That will help me write. Not creatively, but more like a prod. I don't want to go back there. — Robert Reed
Mellower Sayings By Henry Rollins: I'm mellower now, I'm over 50. But I don't think I'm too mellow. I'm still I'm mellower now, I'm over 50. But I don't think I'm too mellow. I'm still angry at a lot of things. — Henry Rollins
Mellower Sayings By Samuel Butler: Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits. — Samuel Butler
Mellower Sayings By Pamela Morris: Every great novel begins with a single word. One word, followed by another and another Every great novel begins with a single word. One word, followed by another and another and another. Sentences forming paths to that dream. — Pamela Morris