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59 Neighbouring Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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He's body slammed enough people to start a new country. And there could be a neighbouring city for the people he's punched in the throatGena Showalter Neighbouring Sayings By Gena Showalter: He's body slammed enough people to start a new country. And there could be a
It has long been a fact familiar to geologists, that, both on the east and west coasts of the central part of Scotland, there are lines of raised beaches, containing marine shells of the same species as those now inhabiting the neighbouring sea.Charles Lyell Neighbouring Sayings By Charles Lyell: It has long been a fact familiar to geologists, that, both on the east and
There are animals that borrow their colour from the neighbouring body, and consequently vary their hue as they happen to change their place. In like manner it ought to be the endeavour of every man to derive his reflections from the objects about him; for it is to no purpose that he alters his position, if his attention continues fixed to the same point. The mind should be kept open to the access of every new idea, and so far disengaged from the predominance of particular thoughts, as easily to accommodate itself to occasional entertainment.Samuel Johnson Neighbouring Sayings By Samuel Johnson: There are animals that borrow their colour from the neighbouring body, and consequently vary their
In 1880 at the Military Hospital at Constantine, I discovered, on the edges of the pigmented spherical bodies in the blood of a patient suffering from malaria, filiform elements resembling flagellae which were moving very rapidly, displacing the neighbouring red cells.Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran Neighbouring Sayings By Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran: In 1880 at the Military Hospital at Constantine, I discovered, on the edges of the
The separate atoms of a molecule are not connected all with all, or all with one, but, on the contrary, each one is connected only with one or with a few neighbouring atoms, just as in a chain link is connected with link.August Kekule Neighbouring Sayings By August Kekule: The separate atoms of a molecule are not connected all with all, or all with
I can exchange opinion with any neighbouring mind,
I have as healthy flesh and blood as any rhymer's had,
But O! my Heart could bear no more when the upland caught the wind;
I ran, I ran, from my love's side because my Heart went mad.
William Butler Yeats Neighbouring Sayings By William Butler Yeats: I can exchange opinion with any neighbouring mind,I have as healthy flesh and blood as
It is such an agreeable feeling to be busy with something one is only half-competent to do that nobody should criticize the dilettante for taking up an art he will never learn, or blame the artist who leaves the territory of his own art for the pleasure of trying himself in a neighbouring one.Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe Neighbouring Sayings By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe: It is such an agreeable feeling to be busy with something one is only half-competent
Empathising with the younger children on whom the same confidence trick was being imposed, I embarked on a crusade around the neighbourhood, telling all the kids that there was no Santa Claus. This reached the ears of the father of a neighbouring family, who reproved me for spoiling it for the little ones. Spoiling it! I could not understand what he meant. To my mind, they were being made fools of, and I was only saving them from this indignity.Barbara Smoker Neighbouring Sayings By Barbara Smoker: Empathising with the younger children on whom the same confidence trick was being imposed, I
The person who will decide whether or not there will be war or peace is Saddam Hussein, and all he has to do is give up these terrible weapons that he has used to kill fellow Arabs, fellow Muslims in that part of the world, and to step away from his past behaviour which invaded neighbouring countries.Colin Powell Neighbouring Sayings By Colin Powell: The person who will decide whether or not there will be war or peace is
Little sleek crisp flaxen wig, setting very close to his head: which wig, it is to be presumed, was made of hair, but which looked far more as though it were spun from filaments of silk or glass. His linen, though not of a fineness in accordance with his stockings, was as white as the tops of the waves that broke upon the neighbouring beach, or the specks of sail that glintedCharles Dickens Neighbouring Sayings By Charles Dickens: Little sleek crisp flaxen wig, setting very close to his head: which wig, it is
I was particularly drawn to Berlin because of its literal, concrete division. Two halves making a whole, or two entities that were altered doubles of each other? Twins that had been separated and kept in neighbouring houses and raised according to different sets of rules as a social experiment? It was irresistible as a metaphor for division in the mind, for a split personality.Nicholas Royle Neighbouring Sayings By Nicholas Royle: I was particularly drawn to Berlin because of its literal, concrete division. Two halves making
The ideal garden is one in which a collection of trees, shrubs and plants have been procured and allotted to the best space available and are so arranged and tended that they are seen to their advantage, each in relation to the other. Every plant, of whatever shape or size, should be chosen not only for its individual merits but for its power to enhance the charms of neighbouring plants by contrast or combination in foliage or in flower colour.Penelope Hobhouse Neighbouring Sayings By Penelope Hobhouse: The ideal garden is one in which a collection of trees, shrubs and plants have
There is no consensus in Israel regarding the two state formula. We will not, under any circumstances, allow the establishment of a neighbouring state that will be a genuine threat on our existence.Reuven Rivlin Neighbouring Sayings By Reuven Rivlin: There is no consensus in Israel regarding the two state formula. We will not, under
Have you heard the joke about the chemist, physicist and economist who get wrecked on a desert isle, with a huge supply of canned baked beans as their only food? The chemist says that he can start a fire using the neighbouring palm trees, and calculate the temperature at which a can will explode. The physicist says that she can work out the trajectory of each of the baked beans, so that they can be collected and eaten. The economist says Hang on guys, you're doing it the hard way. Let's assume we have a can opener.Steve Keen Neighbouring Sayings By Steve Keen: Have you heard the joke about the chemist, physicist and economist who get wrecked on
One winter evening an old knight in rusted chain-armour rode slowly along the woody southern slope of Ben Bulben, watching the sun go down in crimson clouds over the sea. His horse was tired, as after a long journey, and he had upon his helmet the crest of no neighbouring lord or king, but a small rose made of rubies that glimmered every moment to a deeper crimson. His white hair fell in thin curls upon his shoulders, and its disorder added to the melancholy of his face, which was the face of one of those who have come but seldom into the world, and always for its trouble, the dreamers who must do what they dream, the doers who must dream what they doW.B.Yeats Neighbouring Sayings By W.B.Yeats: One winter evening an old knight in rusted chain-armour rode slowly along the woody southern
We discover too late that we have turned a blind eye to the extinction of a species that is essential to the balance of life in a particular context. Or we discover too late that the importation of a foreign life-form, animal or vegetable, has upset local ecosystems, damaging soil or neighbouring life-forms. We discover that we have come near the end of supplies-of fossil-fuels for example -on which we have built immense structures of routine expectation.Rowan Williams Neighbouring Sayings By Rowan Williams: We discover too late that we have turned a blind eye to the extinction of
I remember discussions with Bohr which went through many hours till very late at night and ended almost in despair; and when at the end of the discussion I went alone for a walk in the neighbouring park I repeated to myself again and again the question: Can nature possibly be so absurd as it seemed to us in these atomic experiments?Werner Heisenberg Neighbouring Sayings By Werner Heisenberg: I remember discussions with Bohr which went through many hours till very late at night
The towering tents are striped in white and black, no golds and crimsons to be seen. No colour at all, save for the neighbouring trees and grass of the surrounding fields. Black-and-white stripes on grey sky; countless tents of varying shapes and sizes, with an elaborate wrought-iron fence encasing them in a colourless world. Even what little ground is visible from outside is black or white, painted or powdered, or treated with some other circus trick.Erin Morgenstern Neighbouring Sayings By Erin Morgenstern: The towering tents are striped in white and black, no golds and crimsons to be
We have a festering mass of human wretchedness in all our great towns, which is the natural hotbed of such anarchical movements: all the great continental countries are full of this explosive material. Can we depend on our country keeping free from the infection when we have far more poverty in our midst than the neighbouring European States?Edward R.B. Pease Neighbouring Sayings By Edward R.B. Pease: We have a festering mass of human wretchedness in all our great towns, which is
The voice of a donkey braying in the neighbouring meadow seemed like the mocking laughter of demons.P.G. Wodehouse Neighbouring Sayings By P.G. Wodehouse: The voice of a donkey braying in the neighbouring meadow seemed like the mocking laughter
Every day in the human body, some 10 billion cells die and are replaced by new cells. The cells that die do not meet a violent unpremeditated end, but are removed silently and unnoticed by apoptosis, all evidence of their demise eaten by neighbouring cells. This means that apoptosis balances cell divisionNick Lane Neighbouring Sayings By Nick Lane: Every day in the human body, some 10 billion cells die and are replaced by
Vivian Bloodmark, a philosophical friend of mine, in later years, used to say that while the scientist sees everything that happens in one point in space, the poet sees everything that happens in one point in time. Lost in thought, he taps his knee with his wandlike pencil, and at the same instant a car (New York license plate) passes along the road, a child bangs the screen door of a neighbouring porch, an old man yawns in a misty Turkestan orchard, a granule of cinder-grey sand is rolled by the wind on Venus, a Docteur Jacques Hirsch in Grenoble puts on his reading glasses, and trillions of other such trifles occur - all forming an instantaneous and transparent organism of events, of which the poet (sitting in a lawn chair in Ithaca, N.Y.) is the nucleus.Vladimir Nabokov Neighbouring Sayings By Vladimir Nabokov: Vivian Bloodmark, a philosophical friend of mine, in later years, used to say that while
What kind of freak is this kid who's giggling hysterically with the girls in the neighbouring beds, each with a crush on the other for being the same age when the rest of the world seems so old?Melina Marchetta Neighbouring Sayings By Melina Marchetta: What kind of freak is this kid who's giggling hysterically with the girls in the
After tea it's back to painting - a large poplar at dusk with a gathering storm. From time to time instead of this evening painting session I go bowling in one of the neighbouring villages, but not very often.Gustav Klimt Neighbouring Sayings By Gustav Klimt: After tea it's back to painting - a large poplar at dusk with a gathering
Then they went up the steps of the neighbouring Saint George's Church, and went up to the altar, where Daniel Doyce was waiting in his paternal character. And there was Little Dorrit's old friend who had given her the Burial Register for a pillow; full of admiration that she should come back to them to be married, after all. AndCharles Dickens Neighbouring Sayings By Charles Dickens: Then they went up the steps of the neighbouring Saint George's Church, and went up
You may wear her in title yours: but, you know, strange fowl light upon neighbouring ponds.William Shakespeare Neighbouring Sayings By William Shakespeare: You may wear her in title yours: but, you know, strange fowl light upon neighbouring
4. Radicalism of forms. If a new model once created meets with much success on account of its greater efficiency than its predecessor, it lends certain neighbouring forms a formal radicalism, which attempts to borrow from the appearance of the new form: for example, bronze tools that had reached the furthest development of their utility had a disastrous influence on stone tools, warping them toward an elegance that could only be attained in bronze. Today aviation has imposed its aerodynamic forms even on baby strollers and irons. This radicalism of forms is a result of the fact that people become bored when they do not find some unexpected element in the familiar. This radicalism might seem illogical, as the advocates of standardization believe, but we must not forget that discovery is only made possible by this need of humanity.Tom McDonough Neighbouring Sayings By Tom McDonough: 4. Radicalism of forms. If a new model once created meets with much success on
The idea of Zen is to catch life as it flows. There is nothing extraordinary or mysterious about Zen. I raise my hand ; I take a book from the other side of the desk ; I hear the boys playing ball outside my window; I see the clouds blown away beyond the neighbouring wood: - in all these I am practising Zen, I am living Zen. No wordy discussions is necessary, nor any explanation. I do not know why - and there is no need of explaining, but when the sun rises the whole world dances with joy and everybody's heart is filled with bliss. If Zen is at all conceivable, it must be taken hold of here.D.T. Suzuki Neighbouring Sayings By D.T. Suzuki: The idea of Zen is to catch life as it flows. There is nothing extraordinary
In painting, whether colour reflection is apparent or not, every hue must echo neighbouring hues, so that homogeneity may be attained.Walter J. Phillips Neighbouring Sayings By Walter J. Phillips: In painting, whether colour reflection is apparent or not, every hue must echo neighbouring hues,
Many kingdoms and empires were in truth little more than large protection rackets. The king was the capo di tutti capi who collected protection money, and in return made sure that neighbouring crime syndicates and local small fry did not harm those under his protection. He did little else.Yuval Noah Harari Neighbouring Sayings By Yuval Noah Harari: Many kingdoms and empires were in truth little more than large protection rackets. The king
I grew up in neighbouring Hawaii, where Tahiti is regarded as a brother.Marie Helvin Neighbouring Sayings By Marie Helvin: I grew up in neighbouring Hawaii, where Tahiti is regarded as a brother.
In the first place, Cranford is in possession of the Amazons; all the holders of houses above a certain rent are women. If a married couple come to settle in the town, somehow the gentleman disappears; he is either fairly frightened to death by being the only man in the Cranford parties, or he is accounted for by being with his regiment, his hip, or closely engaged in business all the week in the great neighbouring commercial town of Drumble, distant only twenty miles on a railroad. In short, whatever does become of the gentlemen, they are not at Cranford.Elizabeth Gaskell Neighbouring Sayings By Elizabeth Gaskell: In the first place, Cranford is in possession of the Amazons; all the holders of
The Indians were Araucanians from the south of Chile; several hundreds in number, and highly disciplined. They first appeared in two bodies on a neighbouring hill; having there dismounted, and taken off their fur mantles, they advanced naked to the charge. The only weapon of an Indian is a very long bamboo or chuzo, ornamented with ostrich feathers, and pointed by a sharp spear-head. My informer seemed to remember with the greatest horror the quivering of these chuzos as they approached near. When close, the cacique Pincheira hailed the besieged to give up their arms, or he would cut all their throats. As this would probably have been the result of their entrance under any circumstances, the answer was given by a volley of musketry.Charles Darwin Neighbouring Sayings By Charles Darwin: The Indians were Araucanians from the south of Chile; several hundreds in number, and highly
The darling wish of his sisters was then gratified; he bought an estate in a neighbouring county to Derbyshire, and Jane and Elizabeth, in addition to every other source of happiness, were within thirty miles of each other.Jane Austen Neighbouring Sayings By Jane Austen: The darling wish of his sisters was then gratified; he bought an estate in a
The wild swan hurries hight and noises loud
With white neck peering to the evening clowd.
The weary rooks to distant woods are gone.
With lengths of tail the magpie winnows on
To neighbouring tree, and leaves the distant crow
While small birds nestle in the edge below.
John Clare Neighbouring Sayings By John Clare: The wild swan hurries hight and noises loudWith white neck peering to the evening clowd.The
The task of physiological psychology remains the same in the analysis of ideas that it was in the investigation of sensations: to act as mediator between the neighbouring sciences of physiology and psychology.Wilhelm Wundt Neighbouring Sayings By Wilhelm Wundt: The task of physiological psychology remains the same in the analysis of ideas that it
Nor was his energy confin'd alone To friends around his philosophick throne; Its influence wide improv'd our letter'd isle. And lucid vigour marked the general style: As Nile's proud waves, swoln from their oozy bed. First o'er the neighbouring meads majestick spread; Till gathering force, they more and more expand. And with new virtue fertilise the land.Samuel Johnson Neighbouring Sayings By Samuel Johnson: Nor was his energy confin'd alone To friends around his philosophick throne; Its influence wide
As a developing country, China needs a favorable neighbouring and international environment for its modernisation.Li Keqiang Neighbouring Sayings By Li Keqiang: As a developing country, China needs a favorable neighbouring and international environment for its modernisation.
The dark was oppressive, unrelieved by any neighbouring buildings or sodium light. It felt primeval,Jojo Moyes Neighbouring Sayings By Jojo Moyes: The dark was oppressive, unrelieved by any neighbouring buildings or sodium light. It felt primeval,
That evening Mr. Utterson came home to his bachelor house in sombre spirits and sat down to dinner without relish. It was his custom of a Sunday, when this meal was over, to sit close by the fire, a volume of some dry divinity on his reading-desk, until the clock of the neighbouring church rang out the hour of twelve, when he would go soberly and gratefully to bed. On this night, however, as soon as the cloth was taken away, he took up a candle and went into his business-room. There he opened his safe, took from the most private part of it a document endorsed on the envelope as Dr. Jekyll's Will, and sat down with a clouded brow to study its contents. The will was holograph, for Mr. Utterson, though he took charge of it now thatRobert Louis Stevenson Neighbouring Sayings By Robert Louis Stevenson: That evening Mr. Utterson came home to his bachelor house in sombre spirits and sat
If science produces no better fruits than tyranny ... I would rather wish our country to be ignorant, honest and estimable as our neighbouring savages are.Thomas Jefferson Neighbouring Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: If science produces no better fruits than tyranny ... I would rather wish our country
Islam will aim to establish itself as the majority in France, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Finland, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Any country, in which they successfully establish themselves will serve as their primary base for the invasion of neighbouring countries (such as Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Denmark, Hungary and the Mediterranean)Anita B. Sulser PhD Neighbouring Sayings By Anita B. Sulser PhD: Islam will aim to establish itself as the majority in France, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Finland,
Whether by this he meant the clergy I know not; though I observed he spoke favourably of that body in France, pointing out that, long before the recent agitations, they had defended the civil rights of the Third Estate, and citing many cases in which the country curates had shown themselves the truest friends of the people: a fact my own observation hath confirmed. I remarked to him that I was surprised to find how little talk there was in Italy of the distracted conditions in France; and this though the country is overrun with French refugees, or emigres, as they call themselves, who bring with them reports that might well excite the alarm of neighbouring governments. He said he had remarked the same indifference, but that this was consonant with the Italian character, which never looked to the morrow; and he added that the mild disposition of the people, and their profound respect for religion, were sufficient assurance against any political excess. To this I could not forbearEdith Wharton Neighbouring Sayings By Edith Wharton: Whether by this he meant the clergy I know not; though I observed he spoke
The evidence about Saddam having actual biological and chemical weapons, as opposed to the capability to develop them, has turned out to be wrong. I acknowledge that and accept it. I simply point out, such evidence was agreed by the whole international community, not least because Saddam had used such weapons against his own people and neighbouring countries.Tony Blair Neighbouring Sayings By Tony Blair: The evidence about Saddam having actual biological and chemical weapons, as opposed to the capability
I scarce ever knew a city that did not wish the destruction of its neighbouring city, nor a family that did not desire to exterminate some other family. The poor in all parts of the world bear an inveterate hatred to the rich, even while they creep and cringe to them; and the rich treat the poor like sheep, whose wool and flesh they barter for moneyVoltaire Neighbouring Sayings By Voltaire: I scarce ever knew a city that did not wish the destruction of its neighbouring
We should believe in the strength and vitality of the values which constitute the E.U. and which neighbouring states can believe in and aspire to join.Donald Tusk Neighbouring Sayings By Donald Tusk: We should believe in the strength and vitality of the values which constitute the E.U.
The first thing that strikes the careless observer is that women are unlike men. They are 'the opposite sex' - (though why 'opposite' I do not know; what is the 'neighbouring sex'?).Dorothy L. Sayers Neighbouring Sayings By Dorothy L. Sayers: The first thing that strikes the careless observer is that women are unlike men. They
In most parts of the world, people go to sleep without fearing that in the middle of the night a neighbouring tribe might surround their village and slaughter everyone. Well-off British subjects travel daily from Nottingham to London through Sherwood Forest without fear that a gang of merry green-clad brigands will ambush them and take their money to give to the poor (or, more likely, murder them and take the money for themselves). Students brook no canings from their teachers, children need not fear that they will be sold into slavery when their parents can't pay their bills, and women know that the law forbids their husbands from beating them and forcing them to stay at home. Increasingly, around the world, these expectations are fulfilled.Yuval Noah Harari Neighbouring Sayings By Yuval Noah Harari: In most parts of the world, people go to sleep without fearing that in the
Prehistory isn't like a 'veil' or a 'curtain' that 'lifts' to reveal the pre-set 'stage' of history. Rather, prehistory is an absence of something: an absence of writing. So a better image of the 'dawn of history' might be an AM radio in the pre-dawn hours: you recognize wisps of words or music across the dial, inter blending, and noise obscures even the few clear-channel stations. The first ones we find, when we switch on the radio of history about 3200B.C.E., come from Mesopotamia, and those from Egypt soon emerge. Eventually the neighbouring lands produce records, with the effect that the ancient Near East is probably the best documented civilization before the invention of printing." (Daniels and Bright, page 19)Peter T. Daniels Neighbouring Sayings By Peter T. Daniels: Prehistory isn't like a 'veil' or a 'curtain' that 'lifts' to reveal the pre-set 'stage'
End rhymes are not enough. Every word-sound in a poem should find an echo in another, neighbouring word's sound to achieve what Ezra Pound called melopoeia. (This is something like what the Welsh call Cynghanned.)Anne Stevens Neighbouring Sayings By Anne Stevens: End rhymes are not enough. Every word-sound in a poem should find an echo in
Crimea has always been and remains Russian, as well as Ukrainian, Crimean-Tatar, Greek (after all, there are Greeks living there) and German - and it will be home to all of those peoples. As for state affiliation, the people living in Crimea made their choice; it should be treated with respect, and Russia cannot do otherwise. I hope that our neighbouring and distant partners will ultimately treat this the same way, since in this case, the highest criteria used to establish the truth can only be the opinion of the people themselves.Vladimir Putin Neighbouring Sayings By Vladimir Putin: Crimea has always been and remains Russian, as well as Ukrainian, Crimean-Tatar, Greek (after all,
We cannot enter into alliance with neighbouring princes until we are acquainted with their designs. We are not fit to lead an army on the march unless we are familiar with the face of the country - its mountains and forests, its pitfalls and precipices, its marshes and swamps. We shall be unable to turn natural advantages to account unless we make use of local guides.Sun Tzu Neighbouring Sayings By Sun Tzu: We cannot enter into alliance with neighbouring princes until we are acquainted with their designs.
Under natural conditions, a typical chimpanzee troop consists of about twenty to fifty individuals. As the number of chimpanzees in a troop increases, the social order destabilises, eventually leading to a rupture and the formation of a new troop by some of the animals. Only in a handful of cases have zoologists observed groups larger than a hundred. Separate groups seldom cooperate, and tend to compete for territory and food. Researchers have documented prolonged warfare between groups, and even one case of 'genocidal' activity in which one troop systematically slaughtered most members of a neighbouring band.Yuval Noah Harari Neighbouring Sayings By Yuval Noah Harari: Under natural conditions, a typical chimpanzee troop consists of about twenty to fifty individuals. As
I left them to it, the pointing of fingers on maps, the tracing of mountain villages, the tracks and contours on maps of larger scale, and basked for the one evening allowed to me in the casual, happy atmosphere of the taverna where we dined. I enjoyed poking my finger in a pan and choosing my own piece of lamb. I liked the chatter and the laughter from neighbouring tables. The gay intensity of talk - none of which I could understand, naturally - reminded me of left-bank Paris. A man from one table would suddenly rise to his feet and stroll over to another, discussion would follow, argument at heat perhaps swiftly dissolving into laughter. This, I thought to myself, has been happening through the centuries under this same sky, in the warm air with a bite to it, the sap drink pungent as the sap running through the veins of these Greeks, witty and cynical as Aristophanes himself, in the shadow, unmoved, inviolate, of Athene's Parthenon. ("The Chamois")Daphne Du Maurier Neighbouring Sayings By Daphne Du Maurier: I left them to it, the pointing of fingers on maps, the tracing of mountain
While the war in Iraq was raging, I spent some time in neighbouring Jordan, meeting with Iraqi refugees who fled their country to try to find some place of safety. I interviewed many families about what had happened to them and what they did as a result.Deborah Ellis Neighbouring Sayings By Deborah Ellis: While the war in Iraq was raging, I spent some time in neighbouring Jordan, meeting
(he was a great believer in the healing powers of cheerfulness, if not of open mirth). Yet he had some faults, and one was a habit of dosing himself, generally from a spirit of enquiry, as in his period of inhaling large quantities of the nitrous oxide and of the vapour of hemp, to say nothing of tobacco, bhang in all its charming varieties in India, betel in Java and the neighbouring islands, qat in the Red Sea, and hallucinating cacti in South America, but sometimes for relief from distress, as when he became addicted to opium in one form or another; and now he was busily poisoning himself with coca-leaves, whose virtue he had learnt in Peru.Patrick O'Brian Neighbouring Sayings By Patrick O'Brian: (he was a great believer in the healing powers of cheerfulness, if not of open
Hi, Lady Jane!" A large grey cat leaped from some neighbouring shelf on his shoulder and startled us all.Charles Dickens Neighbouring Sayings By Charles Dickens: Hi, Lady Jane!" A large grey cat leaped from some neighbouring shelf on his shoulder
Others wonder about the possibilities. Maybe the princess cheated on her prince with a dashing knight, ran away with him to live in the wilds, cheated on him with a neighbouring farmer and ended up working the fields for the rest of her life. These are the people who lie awake at night, frightened by the stars above them, intimidated by how the world keeps turning and it doesn't matter if they live or die. These are the people who attempt to stop those thoughts by painting, or writing, or reading... anything to plug up that hole in the brain that gushes out a constant stream of consciousness.Sarah Dalton Neighbouring Sayings By Sarah Dalton: Others wonder about the possibilities. Maybe the princess cheated on her prince with a dashing
In a town of moderate size, two men lived in neighbouring houses; but they had not been there very long before one man took such a hatred of the other, and envied him so bitterly, that the poor man determined to find another home, hoping that when they no longer met every day his enemy would forget all about him. So he sold his house and the little furniture it contained, and moved into the capital of the country, which was luckily at no great distance. About half a mile from this city he bought a nice little place, with a large garden and a fair-sized court, in the centre of which stood an old well.Anonymous Neighbouring Sayings By Anonymous: In a town of moderate size, two men lived in neighbouring houses; but they had