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Nat's Sayings By Catherine Ryan Hyde: Once you throw down that gauntlet of ultimatum, the "one more thing" will happen. Nat Once you throw down that gauntlet of ultimatum, the "one more thing" will happen. Nat figured it probably wouldn't even matter much what it was. It would be the straw that broke her. And it had been defined. Prepared for. So it would happen. It was only a matter of time. — Catherine Ryan Hyde
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Nat's Sayings By Nat King Cole: There's just one thing I can't figure out. My income tax! There's just one thing I can't figure out. My income tax! — Nat King Cole
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Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: There's no master plan; I'm just going with what I'm inspired to do and what There's no master plan; I'm just going with what I'm inspired to do and what I get asked to do, and luckily the things I've been the most passionate about, I've gotten to do. And a lot of times I've gone up for movies that I didn't really care that much about, and I never got that. — Nat Wolff
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Nat's Sayings By Geoffrey Chaucer: Though Plente that is goddesse of rychesses hielde adoun with ful horn, and withdraweth nat Though Plente that is goddesse of rychesses hielde adoun with ful horn, and withdraweth nat hir hand, as many richesses as the see torneth upward sandes whan it is moeved with ravysshynge blastes, or elles as manye rychesses as ther schynen bryghte sterres in hevene on the sterry nyghtes; yit, for al that, mankende nolde nat cese to wepe wrecchide pleyntes. And al be it so that God resceyveth gladly hir preiers, and yyveth hem, as fool-large, moche gold, and apparayleth coveytous folk with noble or cleer honours; yit semeth hem haven igeten nothyng, but alwey hir cruel ravyne, devourynge al that they han geten, scheweth othere gapynges (that is to seyn, gapyn and desiren yit after mo rychesses.) What brydles myghte withholden to any certeyn ende the disordene covetise of men, whan evere the rather that it fletith in large yiftes, the more ay brenneth in hem the thurst of havynge? Certes he that qwakynge and dredful weneth hymselven nedy, he ne lyveth nevermo ryche. — Geoffrey Chaucer
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Nat's Sayings By Nat Hentoff: Whenever I see that kind of story, where everybody agrees, I know there's something wrong. Whenever I see that kind of story, where everybody agrees, I know there's something wrong. — Nat Hentoff
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Nat's Sayings By Ice Cube: It's not like I'm the first man ever to do this, y'know? You gotta go It's not like I'm the first man ever to do this, y'know? You gotta go back to Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby and Sammy Davis Jr. Those are people who've done music well and movies well, and y'know, Frank Sinatra and Elvis and all these dudes have made the transition. I don't know about Elvis, 'bout doin' 'em good, y'know? It's nothin' new. — Ice Cube
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Nat's Sayings By Michael Darling: May I help you?""Mr. Neck-uh-stone-sack please," I replied."Um. You mean Nat?""Yeah. This is Counselor Smallwater's May I help you?"
"Mr. Neck-uh-stone-sack please," I replied.
"Um. You mean Nat?"
"Yeah. This is Counselor Smallwater's law office. May I speak with Nat?"
"Well, he's in a class right now. Can I take a message?"
"Hmm. I suppose it's all right. You can just tell him that his annulment is official now. He and his sister are no longer married. — Michael Darling
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Nat's Sayings By Nat Friedman: Big Linux deployments have reached the point where it's become a real problem for administrators Big Linux deployments have reached the point where it's become a real problem for administrators that they don't have nice tools to manage their servers and desktops. — Nat Friedman
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Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: I kind of help solve world peace and world hunger. That's just kind of an I kind of help solve world peace and world hunger. That's just kind of an average day off for me. — Nat Wolff
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Nat's Sayings By Nat King Cole: I got the message. All of us get the message, sooner or later. If you I got the message. All of us get the message, sooner or later. If you get it before it's too late or before you're too old, you'll pull through all right. — Nat King Cole
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Nat's Sayings By Harper Bliss: Nat was so easy about these things. Alex guessed that's what happened when you slept Nat was so easy about these things. Alex guessed that's what happened when you slept with another girl every week on an overcrowded island with too small a surface. She had no choice but to practice casualness. — Harper Bliss
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Nat's Sayings By Anthony Doerr: Werner turns the fine-tune dial fractionally, and abruptly the voice booms into his ears, Dvee-nat-set, Werner turns the fine-tune dial fractionally, and abruptly the voice booms into his ears, Dvee-nat-set, shayst-nat-set, davt-set-adeen, nonsense, terrible nonsense, pipelined directly into his head; it's like reaching into a sack full of cotton and finding a razor blade inside, everything constant and undeviating and then that one dangerous thing, so sharp you can hardly feel it open your skin. — Anthony Doerr
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Nat's Sayings By William Styron: Therefore, they is only one thing to do ... " Here I stopped speaking altogether Therefore, they is only one thing to do ... " Here I stopped speaking altogether for a while, allowing these last words to enter their consciousness. Minutes passed and they said nothing, then Henry's voice broke the silence, his deaf man's bleat hoarse and cracked, a shock in the stillness: "Us gotta kill all dem white sonsabitches. Ain't dat what de Lawd done told you? Ain't dat right, Nat?" It was as if by those words we were committed. Us gotta kill ... I talked on, detailing my plans. — William Styron
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Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: I can play a bunch of instruments but drums? My brother's a drummer and I've I can play a bunch of instruments but drums? My brother's a drummer and I've always been jealous that he's such a good drummer. I always try to play but it's always kinda just bashing. I can keep time but no one really wants to hear me play drums. — Nat Wolff
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Nat's Sayings By Malcolm X: When we send our children to school, they learn nothing about us other than we When we send our children to school, they learn nothing about us other than we used to be cotton pickers. Why, your grandfather was Nat Turner; your grandfather was Toussaint L'Ouverture; your grandfather was Hannibal. It was your grandfather's hands who forged civilization and it was your grandmother's hands who rocked the cradle of civilization. But the textbooks tell our children nothing. — Malcolm X
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Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: I have learned a lot from jazz. I compare good acting to jazz music. The I have learned a lot from jazz. I compare good acting to jazz music. The more you study and prepare as an actor, the more equipped you are to live in the moment. Just like the gifted musicians in my dad's quartet, it takes a courageous actor to be free. — Nat Wolff
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Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: Every single movie I go up for I'm just checking the phone to see if Every single movie I go up for I'm just checking the phone to see if the e-mail's come in, to see if I got the part yet, which makes me more anxious. — Nat Wolff
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Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: If I'm not doing anything, I get really antsy and bored. If I'm not doing anything, I get really antsy and bored. — Nat Wolff
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Nat's Sayings By Kailin Gow: I looked down, unable to meet the intensity in Nat's eyes. Tonight, my crush for I looked down, unable to meet the intensity in Nat's eyes. Tonight, my crush for Nat had moved beyond a crush. The chemistry between us was undeniable, and the more we clashed, the more we wanted each other. - Summer, Perfect Summer — Kailin Gow
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Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: A lot of times you'll do a movie, and you'll be working with adults with A lot of times you'll do a movie, and you'll be working with adults with families and kids and stuff. There's a level - you guys aren't going to be hanging out every second, you know? — Nat Wolff
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Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: Jazz is a constant theme in my life. My father is a jazz pianist, and Jazz is a constant theme in my life. My father is a jazz pianist, and from an early age I have been surrounded by it. — Nat Wolff
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Nat's Sayings By Nat King Cole: You've got to change with the public's taste. You've got to change with the public's taste. — Nat King Cole
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Nat's Sayings By Nat King Cole: Although it's been said many times, many ways ... Merry Christmas to you! Although it's been said many times, many ways ... Merry Christmas to you! — Nat King Cole
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Nat's Sayings By Nat King Cole: I'm a businessman. I work for business people. The kind of thing they say is: I'm a businessman. I work for business people. The kind of thing they say is: Now we've sold a lot of records, let's sell some more. — Nat King Cole
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Nat's Sayings By Geoffrey Chaucer: Certes, they been lye to hounds, for an hound when he cometh by the roses, Certes, they been lye to hounds, for an hound when he cometh by the roses, or by other bushes, though he may nat pisse, yet wole he heve up his leg and make a countenance to pisse. — Geoffrey Chaucer
Nat's Sayings By Nat Turner: To a mind like mine, restless, inquisitive, and observant of everything that was passing, it To a mind like mine, restless, inquisitive, and observant of everything that was passing, it is easy to suppose that religion was the subject to which it would be directed; and, although this subject principally occupied my thoughts, there was nothing that I saw or heard of to which my attention was not directed. — Nat Turner
Nat's Sayings By Nat Friedman: We're not going to make Evolution or any of our other products depend on Mono We're not going to make Evolution or any of our other products depend on Mono anytime in the near future. — Nat Friedman
Nat's Sayings By Heather Graham: Yeah, 'Feed the Dog' is just a really fun, teenage movie with Nat Wolff and Yeah, 'Feed the Dog' is just a really fun, teenage movie with Nat Wolff and Selena Gomez and all these other great people. It's just so silly-funny, and my character's super-fun. — Heather Graham
Nat's Sayings By Nat King Cole: Only time, education and plenty of good schooling will make anti-segregation work. Only time, education and plenty of good schooling will make anti-segregation work. — Nat King Cole
Nat's Sayings By Nat King Cole: I'm proud of our court. It knocks back a lot of the propaganda the Communists I'm proud of our court. It knocks back a lot of the propaganda the Communists put out about the way America treats her Negroes. — Nat King Cole
Nat's Sayings By Nat Hentoff: Why has slamming a ball with a racquet become so obsessive a pleasure for so Why has slamming a ball with a racquet become so obsessive a pleasure for so many of us? It seems clear to me that a primary attraction of the sport is the opportunity it gives to release aggression physically without being arrested for felonious assault. — Nat Hentoff
Nat's Sayings By Nat Friedman: OS X is sweet: it's simple and intuitive, and I think GNOME shares a lot OS X is sweet: it's simple and intuitive, and I think GNOME shares a lot of values with it. — Nat Friedman
Nat's Sayings By Nat Faxon: Making a movie is still very difficult in Hollywood, regardless of what you have and Making a movie is still very difficult in Hollywood, regardless of what you have and what level you're at. It is a house of cards, and things have to perfectly align. — Nat Faxon
Nat's Sayings By Donna Grant: Look at me, Nat. I won't bite." There was a long pause before he said, Look at me, Nat. I won't bite."
There was a long pause before he said, "Hard. — Donna Grant
Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: 'Holes' was my favorite book ever. So you know when you love a book and 'Holes' was my favorite book ever. So you know when you love a book and you hear it's being made into a movie and it makes you a little annoyed at first? But I would've loved to play the Shia LaBeouf role in that movie when I was younger. I just wanted to be the rebellious kid on the old digging camp. — Nat Wolff
Nat's Sayings By Catherine Ryan Hyde: Most people prefer to think that their resentment is entirely the fault of the person Most people prefer to think that their resentment is entirely the fault of the person they resent, and that twisted logic seems to make sense in their minds. But it makes no sense to me at all ... But it's a popular point of view. Probably because it's so much easier. It relieves you of the burden of any and all self-examination.
(Nathan to Nat) — Catherine Ryan Hyde
Nat's Sayings By Ophelia London: I love hugging you," Luke said. "I love how our bodies fit when we're still I love hugging you," Luke said. "I love how our bodies fit when we're still ... I feel like a broken record when I say I know there are a hundred reasons why we shouldn't but Nat, I really want to kiss you. — Ophelia London
Nat's Sayings By Nat Turner: It was unexpected. That's just how it was. I don't believe they were faster than It was unexpected. That's just how it was. I don't believe they were faster than us. I don't believe they had more heart or dedication. It just fell on their side. That's the reality of it. — Nat Turner
Nat's Sayings By Joanne Harris: Nat Parson says it's the devil's mark.""Nat Parson's a gobshite."Maddy was torn between a natural Nat Parson says it's the devil's mark."
"Nat Parson's a gobshite."
Maddy was torn between a natural feeling of sacrilege and a deep admiration of anyone who dared call a parson 'gobshite. — Joanne Harris
Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: It's jarring to go from one amazing experience to another that feels ordinary. I don't It's jarring to go from one amazing experience to another that feels ordinary. I don't quite know how to explain it. You see the uniqueness of what you've been doing, and disassociating yourself from it and going back to the 'normal' life is tough. — Nat Wolff
Nat's Sayings By Nat King Cole: I ... started out to become a jazz pianist; in the meantime I started singing I ... started out to become a jazz pianist; in the meantime I started singing and I sang the way I felt and that's just the way it came out. — Nat King Cole
Nat's Sayings By Michael Chabon: As he played it off to Nat, Archy knew - felt, like the baby-shaped ache As he played it off to Nat, Archy knew - felt, like the baby-shaped ache in his left arm - that neither his ability nor his willingness to care for Rolando English for an hour, a day, a week, had anything whatsoever to do with his willingness or ability to be a father to the forthcoming child now putting the finishing touches on its respiratory and endocrine systems in the dark laboratory of his wife's womb. Wiping — Michael Chabon
Nat's Sayings By Terry Pratchett: Right!" "Right!" "You can get there!" "I can get there!" "You're a natural at counting Right!" "Right!" "You can get there!" "I can get there!" "You're a natural at counting to two!" "I'm a nat'ral at counting to two!" "If you can count to two, you can count to anything!" "If I can count to two, I can count to anything!" "And then the world is your mollusc!" "My mollusc! What's a mollusc? — Terry Pratchett
Nat's Sayings By Jamie Bautista: it's only through taking risks that success can be found. it's only through taking risks that success can be found. — Jamie Bautista
Nat's Sayings By Paul Auster: When she was three, I sent her to day care for a coupleof hours every When she was three, I sent her to day care for a couple
of hours every morning. After a few weeks, the teacher
called me and said that she was worried about Lucy. When it
was time for the children to have their milk, Lucy would always
hang back until all the other kids had taken a carton before
she'd take one for herself. The teacher didn't understand. Go
get your milk, she'd say to Lucy, but Lucy would always wait
around until there was just one carton left. It took a while for me
to figure it out. Lucy didn't know which carton was supposed to
be her milk. She thought all the other kids knew which ones
were theirs, and if she waited until there was only one carton in
the box, that one had to be hers. Do you see what I'm talking
about, Uncle Nat? She's a little weird - but intelligent weird, if
you know what I mean. Not like anyone else. If I hadn't used
the wordjust, you would have known where I was all along ... — Paul Auster
Nat's Sayings By Nat Kozinn: Lieutenant Governor Khan is the Governor in a funhouse mirror. He's short, rotund, and balding. Lieutenant Governor Khan is the Governor in a funhouse mirror. He's short, rotund, and balding. I'm — Nat Kozinn
Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: Paul Rudd is too perfect. He's super talented, super nice and super calm. I just Paul Rudd is too perfect. He's super talented, super nice and super calm. I just think he's a robot. — Nat Wolff
Nat's Sayings By Barbara O'Neal: -I don't know that thin and pretty is what Nat is supposed to be, though. -I don't know that thin and pretty is what Nat is supposed to be, though. Does that make any sense?"
If she'd been holding on to any illusions about how much she liked Vince Grasso-not lusted for him, which she also did-that last speech would have cinched it. "It makes perfect sense. She's beautiful in her own way, but pretty is something ... else. And I've had friends who were really pretty-it didn't always help them all that much.'
"Yeah," he said. "My wife was pretty, and she was miserable her whole life. I just want my girls to be happy. Be themselves, you know, whatever it is. — Barbara O'Neal
Nat's Sayings By Vaunda Micheaux Nelson: Religion can be a good thing. Churches did black folks good after Reconstruction. It was Religion can be a good thing. Churches did black folks good after Reconstruction. It was the only place people like Nat Turner and Douglass could hold meetings to unite our people. But the white man wanted to teach black folks about the by and by in the sky. He wanted to take their minds off the things here, so maybe they wouldn't notice who was kicking them in the head. I admit, since joining my brother, I've changed some of my views. But you have to be smart about religion. You have to look closely at who's claiming it and how they're using it. — Vaunda Micheaux Nelson
Nat's Sayings By Rex Stout: You'll have your turn," Wolfe told him. "He can have it now." Miss Duday was You'll have your turn," Wolfe told him. "He can have it now." Miss Duday was contemptuous. "That's all I have to say - unless you have questions?" "No. Well, Mr. Helmar? Go ahead." There was a polite interruption from Eric Hagh. He wanted a refill for his glass, and others were ready too, so there was a short recess. Hagh seemed to have got the impression that we were counting on him to keep Sarah Jaffee company, and I was too busy to resent it, but apparently Nat Parker wasn't. Wolfe poured beer from his third bottle, swallowed some, and prompted Helmar. "Yes, sir? — Rex Stout
Nat's Sayings By Grace Jones: My dad's family were political and he was always a theatrical creature, whereas my mum My dad's family were political and he was always a theatrical creature, whereas my mum is really musical and her father was the touring pianist with Nat King Cole. My family was an explosive mixture of politics, religion and music - no wonder I turned out how I did. — Grace Jones
Nat's Sayings By Nat King Cole: The only sport I'm not interested in is horse racing. That's because I don't know The only sport I'm not interested in is horse racing. That's because I don't know the horses personally. — Nat King Cole
Nat's Sayings By Nat Fleischer: The story of American wrestling at its greatest is the story of its most illustrious The story of American wrestling at its greatest is the story of its most illustrious champion, Frank Gotch. He dominated the field. Through his extraordinary ability, he gained for wrestling many converts. It was Gotch's victories over the hitherto invincible Hackenschmidt that made him the post popular mat star in America and started a movement among college men to take up wrestling. — Nat Fleischer
Nat's Sayings By Carl Rollyson: By 1950, Brennan was settling into a schedule that saw him making three films a By 1950, Brennan was settling into a schedule that saw him making three films a year, giving him more time on his ranch and with a new business he started in Joseph, a 487-seat movie theater that opened on July 27, 1950. It was housed in a Quonset hut made out of surplus war materials also used to build the civic center. "The reason he got the theater built," Mike recalled, "was because the civic center was the same size, and they [Frank McCully and Walter] got the chance to buy two of them for half the price." At the theater's grand opening, actors Chill Wills and Forrest Tucker said a few words and signed autographs, and Joseph's mayor and other local dignitaries attended the event. A La Grande radio station broadcast the event. Curtain Call at Cactus Creek was the feature, following a musical short with the Nat King Cole trio. — Carl Rollyson
Nat's Sayings By Elisabeth Shue: The movie I'm really excited about that I had really fun doing is 'Feed the The movie I'm really excited about that I had really fun doing is 'Feed the Dog.' It's with Nat Wolff and Selena Gomez. It's really fun. It's raunchy, like 'Superbad' meets 'Risky Business,' kind of. I got to be a really fun character, an out-there Mrs. Robinson-type character. I get to seduce Nat. — Elisabeth Shue
Nat's Sayings By Erin Leigh: Not without a condom." He recoils like I've said something heinous that's offended his delicate Not without a condom." He recoils like I've said something heinous that's offended his delicate little self. "Jesus, Nate, I don't have a death wish." "Nat or Natalie." "You called me BJ. I get to choose. I like Nate. I might even add a dog to the end of that. Nate-Dog. I like it." He burps and comes to the sink. He's — Erin Leigh
Nat's Sayings By Nat Luurtsema: You swim no one's race but your own. You swim no one's race but your own. — Nat Luurtsema
Nat's Sayings By George Clinton: I worked in a barbershop. I used to make the waves in the brother's hair, I worked in a barbershop. I used to make the waves in the brother's hair, you know? Like, Nat King Cole, Sugar Ray Robinson. — George Clinton
Nat's Sayings By Nat King Cole: It's not the people in the South who create racial problems - it's the people It's not the people in the South who create racial problems - it's the people who are governing. — Nat King Cole
Nat's Sayings By Katherine Roberts: Of courrrse it's trrrue. Pup listen to K'tanaqui now. Pup got a LOT to learrrn. Of courrrse it's trrrue. Pup listen to K'tanaqui now. Pup got a LOT to learrrn. — Katherine Roberts
Nat's Sayings By James Wolcott: [Richard Crossley's] previous bird guide, for ID'ing Eastern birds, is the most imaginative, original attempt [Richard Crossley's] previous bird guide, for ID'ing Eastern birds, is the most imaginative, original attempt to re-envision the birding guide and set his approach apart from that of Sibley, Kaufman, Peterson, Nat'l Geo, and the other bibles in the field. — James Wolcott
Nat's Sayings By Holly Smale: Well?" Nat says after a few seconds. "I'm surprised you're here again, Harriet. I thought Well?" Nat says after a few seconds. "I'm surprised you're here again, Harriet. I thought you'd be busy auditioning for A Midsummer Night's Dream."
I blink a few times in surprise. "No. I'm not."
"You should be. I heard they're looking for an ass."
Oh. Now why can't I think of quips like that when I need them? — Holly Smale
Nat's Sayings By Lauren Oliver: All of it was hers, hers and Nat's, and all those years were nestled inside All of it was hers, hers and Nat's, and all those years were nestled inside them like one of those Russian dolls, holding dozens of tiny selves inside it. — Lauren Oliver
Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: It's just become such a business, getting into college. I see that a lot in It's just become such a business, getting into college. I see that a lot in my friends, their parents were so on top of them about getting into an Ivy League school since they were so young, they were just drilled and drilled and drilled, to the point that they just don't know why they want to go. — Nat Wolff
Nat's Sayings By Nat Hentoff: In 1965, as Ralph Gleason has reported, when Martin Luther King's march on Selma, Alabama, In 1965, as Ralph Gleason has reported, when Martin Luther King's march on Selma, Alabama, was brutally attacked by local and state constabulary, Louis Armstrong, then in Copenhagen, said after watching the carnage on television, "They would beat Jesus if he was black and marched. — Nat Hentoff
Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: When romance is done well in a movie, it's awesome. When romance is done well in a movie, it's awesome. — Nat Wolff
Nat's Sayings By Steven Iveson: In reality, as the load balancer is acting as a proxy it's not actually NAT; In reality, as the load balancer is acting as a proxy it's not actually NAT; the inbound connection is terminated and a new outbound one created with a different destination IP address. Of course it's far easier to think of it as NAT. — Steven Iveson
Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: Now, everybody knows my music. So that's really cool. A lot of kids know it. Now, everybody knows my music. So that's really cool. A lot of kids know it. Now, when I go to a sports game, everybody knows my name. — Nat Wolff
Nat's Sayings By Jean Lee Latham: Behind Nat someone chuckled. Nat turned. Dr. Bentley was looking at him with a twinkle. Behind Nat someone chuckled. Nat turned. Dr. Bentley was looking at him with a twinkle. "Is this a political argument?"
Nat shrugged. "No argument at all. Ben's got an article there that talks against the President. I said I didn't want to hear it. I said that sort of thing ought to be stopped."
To Nat's amazement, Dr. Bentley shook his head. "No, Nat. We can't have freedom - unless we have freedom."
Nat stiffened. "Does that mean right to tell lies?"
Dr. Bentley smiled. "It means the right to have our own opinions. Human problems aren't like mathematics, Nat. Every problem doesn't have just one answer; sometimes you get several answers - and you don't know which is the right one. — Jean Lee Latham
Nat's Sayings By Rachel Van Dyken: Alec tilted his head. "You really don't see it do you?""See what?" I swallowed out Alec tilted his head. "You really don't see it do you?"
"See what?" I swallowed out of nervousness. Alec's eyes bore into mine as if he was trying to figure out a piece to some giant puzzle. His gaze made me want to squirm, but I was able to keep myself still.
"How breathtaking you are." His eyes shone with appreciation. "Nat, you're absolutely gorgeous without any help from make up or fancy clothes. — Rachel Van Dyken
Nat's Sayings By Belle Aurora: Nat's face softens, her lips tilt at the corner and she speaks full of awe, Nat's face softens, her lips tilt at the corner and she speaks full of awe, "Wow."
Still chuckling, I ask, "What?"
She shifts from one foot to the other, looks to the ground and says softly, "That's the first time I've heard you laugh." She nervously plays with a ring on her finger. "That's one of the nicest sounds I've ever heard, Ghost. You should do it more often. — Belle Aurora
Nat's Sayings By Richard Dawson: It's important to me that on 'Family Feud' I could kiss all the people. It It's important to me that on 'Family Feud' I could kiss all the people. It sounds crazy but when I first came here Petula Clark was on a show with Nat King Cole and he kissed her on the cheek and eighty-one stations in the South canceled him. I kissed black women daily and nightly on 'Family Feud' and the world didn't come to an end, did it? — Richard Dawson
Nat's Sayings By Nigel Smith: because she'd forbidden him to bring it anywhere in sight of the school. Ever since because she'd forbidden him to bring it anywhere in sight of the school. Ever since it had exploded in the school car park. "Give us a lift?" asked Darius. "Oswald can't fetch me, he's in a meeting." A meeting? thought Nat. Oswald? Darius didn't have any parents; Nat had never asked why, and Darius never wanted to talk about it. Oswald Bagley was Darius's terrifying older brother, who was looking after him. The way wolves sometimes look after man-cubs — Nigel Smith
Nat's Sayings By Mariah Carey: I love all holiday music. My two favorites would probably be Donny Hathaway's "This Christmas" I love all holiday music. My two favorites would probably be Donny Hathaway's "This Christmas" and Nat King Cole's "The Christmas Song." They epitomize Christmas for me. Those two recordings will never be touched. That's why I've never redone them. — Mariah Carey
Nat's Sayings By Belle Aurora: Tina leans forward and asks quietly, 'Do you? You know? Love her?'Squeezing Nat's knee again, Tina leans forward and asks quietly, 'Do you? You know? Love her?'
Squeezing Nat's knee again, I reply, 'She's teachin' me how. — Belle Aurora
Nat's Sayings By Terry Teachout: Most of us remember Nat King Cole as a vocalist. His warm, grainy baritone is Most of us remember Nat King Cole as a vocalist. His warm, grainy baritone is still so closely identified with such familiar ballads as 'Stardust' and 'The Christmas Song' that it's hard to imagine anyone else performing them. — Terry Teachout
Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: I've been playing my instrument since I was about three or four. That's when I I've been playing my instrument since I was about three or four. That's when I started banging around on the piano, trying to be like The Beatles. — Nat Wolff
Nat's Sayings By Jeffrey Archer: Just as soon as I get this cast off," Fletcher said, "I'm going to kick Just as soon as I get this cast off," Fletcher said, "I'm going to kick your ass."
"You shouldn't speak to Dr Renwick like that, after all he's done for you," said Nat, with a grin.
"Why not?" asked Fletcher. "He filled me up with your blood, so now I'm half the man I was."
"Wrong again," said Nat. "You're twice the man you were, but still half the man I am. — Jeffrey Archer
Nat's Sayings By Belle Aurora: Nat is already laughing. We go through this every morning. She tells Nik I own Nat is already laughing. We go through this every morning. She tells Nik I own a clown car.
I glower at her while I put my foot up onto Nik's lap and kick the passenger door while turning the ignition.
She starts.
Works every time.
Nik looks like he's not sure whether to laugh or get the hell out of the car.
We're on our way to work and Nat says, "Nik, turn on the radio."
He shakes his head and replies cynically, "I would but I'm scared the roof might fly off."
Nat and I burst into laughter. We laugh so much we both sob and laugh at the same time. — Belle Aurora
Nat's Sayings By Herb Gardner: Nat: Maybe you broke something.Midge: I know. Never fall down, never fall down!Nat: Ah, it's Nat: Maybe you broke something.
Midge: I know. Never fall down, never fall down!
Nat: Ah, it's nothing. I fall down every morning. I get up, I have a cup of coffee, I fall down. That's the system. Two years old, you stand up and then BOOM! seventy years later, you fall down again. — Herb Gardner
Nat's Sayings By Simon Winder: In Transylvania it was memories of the Romanian revolt that stalked the Hungarian aristocratic imagination.. In Transylvania it was memories of the Romanian revolt that stalked the Hungarian aristocratic imagination.. In Galicia it was memories of Tarnow that performed a similar service for the surviving Polish noble families. Both societies shared something of the brittle, sports-obsessed cheerfulness of the British in India - or indeed of Southerners in the pre-1861 United States. These were societies which could resort to any level of violence in support of racial supremacy. Indeed, an interesting global history could be written about the ferocity of a period which seems, very superficially, to be so 'civilized'. Southern white responses to Nat Turner's Slave Rebellion in 1831, with Turner himself flayed, beheaded and quartered, can be linked to the British blowing rebel Indians to pieces from the mouths of cannons in 1857. — Simon Winder
Nat's Sayings By Alison Eastwood: I started Eastwood Ranch Foundation a few years ago after I developed, co-starred, and produced I started Eastwood Ranch Foundation a few years ago after I developed, co-starred, and produced a show for Nat Geo Wild called Animal Intervention. I always loved animals but when I got to travel the U.S. and see what was really going on in our country, I decided to take action and be a real advocate for them. — Alison Eastwood
Nat's Sayings By Terry Pratchett: The R is the wrong way roond and you left the A and a Y The R is the wrong way roond and you left the A and a Y out of Anybody,' said Jeannie, because it is a wife's job to stop her husband actually exploding with pride.
'Ach, wumman, I didna' ken which way the fat man wuz walkin',' said Rob, airly waving a hand. 'Ye canna trust the fat man. That's the kind of thing us nat'ral writin' folk knows about. One day he might walk this way, next day he might walk that way. — Terry Pratchett
Nat's Sayings By Harper Bliss: Nat realised they had a lot of talking to do, but she did question Isabella's Nat realised they had a lot of talking to do, but she did question Isabella's timing. In her experience, matters of the heart should not be discussed when one party had a silicone cock strapped to their waist while the other's mouth went dry at the thought of it entering her. — Harper Bliss
Nat's Sayings By Mike Tyson: Every time there's a revolution, it comes from somebody reading a book about revolution. David Every time there's a revolution, it comes from somebody reading a book about revolution. David Walker wrote a book and Nat Turner did his thing. — Mike Tyson
Nat's Sayings By Nat Turner: All my time not devoted to my master's service was spent either in prayer, or All my time not devoted to my master's service was spent either in prayer, or in making experiments in casting different things in moulds made of earth, in attempting to make paper, gunpowder, and many other experiments, that, although I could not perfect, yet convinced me of its practicability if I had the means. — Nat Turner
Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: I think Paul Weitz is a really amazing director, obviously with tons of acclaim and I think Paul Weitz is a really amazing director, obviously with tons of acclaim and stuff, but I still think he is underrated. And I think he's amazing to work with, so I was super lucky. — Nat Wolff
Nat's Sayings By Penny Watson: Ami leaned into his side and inhaled the fresh scent of man. "Uh, no. Sometimes Ami leaned into his side and inhaled the fresh scent of man. "Uh, no. Sometimes my biological clock threatens to explode like a ticking bomb, that's all. Rachel is so lucky. Nat is a doll. Doug adores them. Don't mind me, I'm just wishing my laundry pile was filled with boxer shorts and Cinderella T-shirts. I'll get over it."
"Why do you have to get over it," Marcus asked gently. "Sounds like a nice dream to me."
... a few pages later
Things were looking up. If he could just convince her his boxer shorts belonged in her laundry basket, he'd be right on board with her six-month plan — Penny Watson
Nat's Sayings By Nat Friedman: It's probably fair to say that the ratio of time our Connector developers spend in It's probably fair to say that the ratio of time our Connector developers spend in the debugger versus the Emacs buffer is higher than with most software. — Nat Friedman
Nat's Sayings By Nat Faxon: The benefit of film is that you're shooting something for an intense period of time The benefit of film is that you're shooting something for an intense period of time - and then it's over, and you move on to something else. In TV, you're doing the same thing over and over. — Nat Faxon
Nat's Sayings By Nat Wolff: I have very weirdly realistic dreams where it could be real life, except it's not. I have very weirdly realistic dreams where it could be real life, except it's not. — Nat Wolff
Nat's Sayings By Nat Russo: It's going to suck for a long time. Then, one day you'll wake up and It's going to suck for a long time. Then, one day you'll wake up and it will suck a little less. And just when you thought the worst was over, you'll see something, or smell something, and it will flatten you all over again. That's what's going to happen, babe. — Nat Russo
Nat's Sayings By M.J. Carter: We fought for equality for all, for women too. For freethinking, fighting the lies of We fought for equality for all, for women too. For freethinking, fighting the lies of church and state, for what Nat called the Republic of Letters. That was what we believed in twenty years ago. But now, seems like all that has gone. It's church and Sunday best, and votes for men." "What — M.J. Carter
Nat's Sayings By Frederick Exley: Whenever I think of the man I was in those days, cutting across the nat-cropped Whenever I think of the man I was in those days, cutting across the nat-cropped grass of the campus, burdened down by the weight of the books in which I sought the consolation of other men's grief, and aburdened futher by the large weight of my own bitterness, the whole vision seems a nightmare. There were girls all about me, so near and yet so out of reach, a pastel nightmare of honey-blond, pink-lipped, golden-legged, lemon-sweatered girls — Frederick Exley
Nat's Sayings By Nat King Cole: I'm an interpreter of stories. When I perform it's like sitting down at my piano I'm an interpreter of stories. When I perform it's like sitting down at my piano and telling fairy stories. — Nat King Cole
Nat's Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: What are you doing?" Kody"Going to ruin Thorn's day." Nick"Do you think that's wise?" Kody"Nat What are you doing?" Kody
"Going to ruin Thorn's day." Nick
"Do you think that's wise?" Kody
"Nat at all." Nick — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Nat's Sayings By Holly Smale: Czar Nicholas the Second was overthrown by Lenin in 1917."I blink in surprise. "Yes," I Czar Nicholas the Second was overthrown by Lenin in 1917."
I blink in surprise. "Yes," I say, "he was."
"And do you think I want to know that? IT's not even on your exam syllabus. I never had to know that. So now it's your turn to pick up a few pairs of shoes and make ooh and aah sounds for me becuase Jo ate prawns and she's allergic and she got sick and couldn't come and I'm not sitting on a bus on my own for five hours, OK?"
Nat takes a deep breath and I look at my hands in shame. I am a selfish, selfish person. I am also a very sparkly person; my hands are covered in gold glitter. — Holly Smale
Nat's Sayings By Nat Faxon: There's something about the schedule of working in TV that's attractive. You know exactly what There's something about the schedule of working in TV that's attractive. You know exactly what the next six months is going to be like: You'll work Monday through Friday and have the weekends off, and then there's going to be a hiatus here, so you can kind of plan a little bit. — Nat Faxon
Nat's Sayings By Harry Connick Jr.: 'The Christmas Song,' by Nat King Cole, is not only a masterful performance; to me 'The Christmas Song,' by Nat King Cole, is not only a masterful performance; to me it just sounds like the holidays. I've never sung it, because Nat's version is so perfect. I gotta leave it alone. — Harry Connick Jr.
Nat's Sayings By Nat King Cole: Unforgettable in every way, and forever more, that's how you'll stay. Unforgettable in every way, and forever more, that's how you'll stay. — Nat King Cole