Mudland Famous Quotes & Sayings

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12 Mudland Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Mudland Sayings By Anonymous: Now at Iconium a they entered together into the Jewish synagogue and spoke in such Now at Iconium a they entered together into the Jewish synagogue and spoke in such a way that a great number of both Jews and Greeks believed. 2 b But the c unbelieving Jews stirred up the Gentiles and poisoned their minds against d the brothers. [1] 3So they remained for a long time, speaking boldly for e the Lord, who bore witness to f the word of his grace, g granting signs and wonders to be done by their hands. 4But the people of the city h were divided; i some sided with the Jews and some with the apostles. — Anonymous
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Mudland Sayings By Johann Kaspar Lavater: Those who speak always and those who never speak are equally unfit for friendship. A Those who speak always and those who never speak are equally unfit for friendship. A food proportion of the talent of listening and speaking is the base of social virtues. — Johann Kaspar Lavater
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Mudland Sayings By Caitlin Thomas: If happiness comes at all: which is by no means prearranged; it comes by the If happiness comes at all: which is by no means prearranged; it comes by the way, while you are seeking for something else. Something outside yourself, beyond yourself: in a brief absorption of self-forgetfulness. — Caitlin Thomas
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Mudland Sayings By Theodore White: His passion has aroused the best and the beast in man. And the beast waited His passion has aroused the best and the beast in man. And the beast waited for him in the kitchen. — Theodore White
Mudland Sayings By Clarence Clemons: The word spiritual, not the word religious, is the key. The word spiritual, not the word religious, is the key. — Clarence Clemons
Mudland Sayings By Timothy Findley: The mud. There are no good similes. Mud must be a Flemish word. Mud was The mud. There are no good similes. Mud must be a Flemish word. Mud was invented here. Mudland must have been its name. The ground is the colour of steel. Over most of the plain there isn't a trace of topsoil; only sand and clay. The Belgians call them 'clyttes', these fields, and the further you go towards the sea, the worse the clyttes become. In them, the water is reached by the plough at an average depth of eighteen inches. When it rains (which is almost constantly from early September through to March, except when it snows) the water rises at you out of the ground. It rises from your footprints-and an army marching over a field can cause a flood. In 1916, it was said that you 'waded to the front'. Men and horses sank from sight. They drowned in mud. Their graves, it seemed, just dug themselves and pulled them down. — Timothy Findley
Mudland Sayings By Unknown: Life is crappy and unfair some times. But deciding what yo do with that crap Life is crappy and unfair some times. But deciding what yo do with that crap is all up to you — Unknown
Mudland Sayings By Benjamin Franklin: Are you angry that others disappoint you? Remember you cannot depend upon yourself. Are you angry that others disappoint you? Remember you cannot depend upon yourself. — Benjamin Franklin
Mudland Sayings By Elena Vacarescu: My voice comes from faraway, therefore it is faint and, also, because it is a My voice comes from faraway, therefore it is faint and, also, because it is a woman's voice, it is trembling of the emotion imposed by your presence, as much as of the honour of being listen to. My voice comes from faraway, but it hopes when you will listen to it that it will resound in your hearts.
My voice comes from the midst of this nation, which having been placed on the threshold of Europe, will have loved and admired France and like France, and often through it, she would have strived for Freedom, vowed to have accomplished a splendid destiny and face bravely the changing mood of Fortune.

You may well recognise in these qualities Romania, land of suffering, land of enlightenment and of valour placed across the promontory against the dredge of Asian invasions and like a beacon being mightily conscious of defending the civilization, which gave it its people and its laws. - Paris, 27th April 1925; addressing the League of Nations (translated Constantin Roman — Elena Vacarescu
Mudland Sayings By Cass Gilbert: A skyscraper is a machine that makes the land pay. A skyscraper is a machine that makes the land pay. — Cass Gilbert
Mudland Sayings By Dorothy Day: We must talk about poverty, because people insulated by their own comfort lose sight of We must talk about poverty, because people insulated by their own comfort lose sight of it. — Dorothy Day
Mudland Sayings By Steven Wright: Everyone has a photographic Memory, some just don't have film. Everyone has a photographic Memory, some just don't have film. — Steven Wright