Milliners Famous Quotes & Sayings

6 Milliners Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Speeches are for politicians. We are Milliners, Wonderlanders of action.Frank Beddor Milliners Sayings By Frank Beddor: Speeches are for politicians. We are Milliners, Wonderlanders of action.
Oh! do look at Miss Oriel's bonnet the next time you see her. I cannot understand why it should be so, but I am sure of this - no English fingers could put together such a bonnet as that; and I am nearly sure that no French fingers could do it in England.Anthony Trollope Milliners Sayings By Anthony Trollope: Oh! do look at Miss Oriel's bonnet the next time you see her. I cannot
The grandeur of the opera house thrilled Laura too. It took thousand of employees to keep such a vast place running. There were hundreds of artists involved behind the scenes - stagehands, electricians, set builders, property masters, costumers, dressers, wigmakers, and milliners.
There is a beehive under every pot of honey on the island of Manhattan, thought Enza.
Adriana Trigiani Milliners Sayings By Adriana Trigiani: The grandeur of the opera house thrilled Laura too. It took thousand of employees to
All that evening he talked to the Candle of Arras, in a low confidential tone. When you get down to it, he thought, there's not much difference between politics and sex; it's all about
power. He didn't suppose he was the first person in the world to make this observation. It's a question of seduction, and how fast and cheap you can effect it: if Camille, he thought, approximates to one of those little milliners who can't make ends meet - in other words, an absolute pushover - then Robespierre is a Carmelite, mind set on becoming Mother Superior. You can't corrupt her; you can wave your cock under her nose, and she's neither shocked nor interested: why should she be, when she hasn't the remotest idea
what it's for?
Hilary Mantel Milliners Sayings By Hilary Mantel: All that evening he talked to the Candle of Arras, in a low confidential tone.
To know nothing, or little, is in the nature of some husbands. To hide, in the nature of how many women? Oh, ladies! how many of you have surreptitious milliners' bills? How many of you have gowns and bracelets which you daren't show, or which you wear trembling?
trembling, and coaxing with smiles the husband by your side, who does not know the new velvet gown from the old one, or the new bracelet from last year's, or has any notion that the ragged-looking yellow lace scarf cost forty guineas and that Madame Bobinot is writing dunning letters every week for the money!
William Makepeace Thackeray Milliners Sayings By William Makepeace Thackeray: To know nothing, or little, is in the nature of some husbands. To hide, in
Well now," the scholar went on, "I'm just an old fuddy-duddy who could use a tan, so you needn't grant my opinion any authority, but I consider the queendom lucky that a handful of Milliners and their children lived incognito among the population during Redd's tyranny.Frank Beddor Milliners Sayings By Frank Beddor: Well now," the scholar went on, "I'm just an old fuddy-duddy who could use a