Metro City Famous Quotes & Sayings

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15 Metro City Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Metro City Sayings By Logan Green: In March 2005, I was appointed to the board of the Santa Barbara metro transit In March 2005, I was appointed to the board of the Santa Barbara metro transit district. I was incredibly optimistic about how public transportation can be the solution to help people live in the city and not need a car. — Logan Green
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Metro City Sayings By Garth Risk Hallberg: In the wasteland of metro Boston, at thirteen, fourteen, his big dream had been of In the wasteland of metro Boston, at thirteen, fourteen, his big dream had been of a gun to his own head, putting him out of his misery - a misery that by sophomore year of college was indistinguishable from everybody else's. — Garth Risk Hallberg
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Metro City Sayings By Marcel Proust: A well-read man will yawn with boredom when one speaks to him of a new A well-read man will yawn with boredom when one speaks to him of a new "good book," as he imagines a sort of composite of all the good books he has read, whereas a good book is something special, unforeseeable, made up not of the sum of all previous masterpieces but of something which the most thorough assimilation of every one of them would not enable him to discover, since it exists not in their sum but beyond it. — Marcel Proust
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Metro City Sayings By Deb Caletti: Knowledge was a personal life preserver you could always count on when you were swimming Knowledge was a personal life preserver you could always count on when you were swimming in the deep end — Deb Caletti
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Metro City Sayings By Belle De Jour: London wasn't the first city I'd lived in, but it was certainly the largest. Anywhere London wasn't the first city I'd lived in, but it was certainly the largest. Anywhere else there is always the chance of seeing someone you know or, at the very least, a smiling face. Not here. Commuters crowd the trains, eager to outdo their fellow travelers in an escalating privacy war of paperbacks, headphones and newspapers. A woman next to me on the Northern Line on day held the Metro just inches from her face; it was only three stops later that I noticed she was not reading but crying. It was hard not to offer sympathy and harder still to not start crying myself. — Belle De Jour
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Metro City Sayings By Erin Lawless: You guys used to walk through graveyards?" Iona asked, horrified."It cut at least ten minutes You guys used to walk through graveyards?" Iona asked, horrified.
"It cut at least ten minutes off the walk to Tesco," Harriet tried to reason.
"I am so glad I go to Uni in the city," Iona said, shaking her head. "A Tesco Metro on every second corner."
"And a Sainsbury's Local on all the others," Adam joked. — Erin Lawless
Metro City Sayings By Albert Einstein: You don't have to understand the world. You just have to find your own way You don't have to understand the world. You just have to find your own way around in it. — Albert Einstein
Metro City Sayings By Per Petterson: I grew up in the city. Both my mother and father were factory workers, and I grew up in the city. Both my mother and father were factory workers, and I loved the life in the 'metro.' Everybody saw me as a very urban guy. And I was. — Per Petterson
Metro City Sayings By Gail Scott: Continuing up Rennes. Dodging little Saabs and Renaults. Loving walking here. Sun alternately streaming. Obliterating Continuing up Rennes. Dodging little Saabs and Renaults. Loving walking here. Sun alternately streaming. Obliterating physiognomies. No longer nouns. But movement. Disappearing. Now heavily raining. Sitting out anyway. Over drain smelling of beer. Metro. Sewers. Fetid breath of Paris. Two cold coffees. Watching shadows lengthening. On la Gaite opposite. Where Colette once performing. Having walked in old boots across city. Drawing mole above lip. Rice-powdering delicious arms. Paris a drug. P saying on phone. Yes Paris a drug. A woman. And I waking this a.m. Thinking there must be some way. Of staying. Now my love's silhouette of rooftops eclipsing. Into night. Cold heinous breath. Blowing on privates. Through grille underneath. — Gail Scott
Metro City Sayings By Christopher Moore: No matter where he went in the City, there was an odoriferous mix of food No matter where he went in the City, there was an odoriferous mix of food and vehicles, like the alchemic concoctions of some mad gourmet mechanic: Kung Pao Saab Turbo, Buick Skylark Carbonara, Sweet-and-Sour Metro Bus, Honda Bolognese with Burning Clutch Sauce. — Christopher Moore
Metro City Sayings By Justin Chambers: Our kids are in a little band, and they like to play video games, and Our kids are in a little band, and they like to play video games, and my wife and I do our best to live a low-key, non-Hollywood kind of life. — Justin Chambers
Metro City Sayings By Sanhita Baruah: Never follow the crowd ... Until and unless you're crossing the road ... Never follow the crowd ...
Until and unless you're crossing the road ... — Sanhita Baruah
Metro City Sayings By Al Sharpton: I've learned how to measure what I say. Al Sharpton in 1986 was trying to I've learned how to measure what I say. Al Sharpton in 1986 was trying to be heard. I was a local guy and was like, 'Y'all are ignoring us.' — Al Sharpton
Metro City Sayings By Rachel Caine: My dad used to say that life's a journey, but somebody screwed up and lost My dad used to say that life's a journey, but somebody screwed up and lost the map. — Rachel Caine
Metro City Sayings By Tim Winton: The whole underneath of Paris was an ant nest, Metro tunnels, sewer shafts, catacombs, mines, The whole underneath of Paris was an ant nest, Metro tunnels, sewer shafts, catacombs, mines, cemeteries. She'd been down in the city of bones where skulls and femurs rose in yellowing walls. Right down there, win the square before them. through a dinky little entrance, were the Roman ruins like honeycomb. The trains went under the river. There were tunnels people had forgotten about. It was a wonder Paris stood up at all. The bit you saw was only half of it. Her skin burned, thinking of it. The Hunchback knew. Up here in the tower of Notre Dame he saw how it was. Now and then, with the bells rattling his bones, he saw it like God saw it
inside, outside, above and under
just for a moment. The rest of the time he went back to hurting and waiting like Scully out there crying in the wind. — Tim Winton