Objet Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Objet Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Objet Sayings By Ben Aaronovitch: With a grunt he levered himself to his feet, causing the chair to bang against With a grunt he levered himself to his feet, causing the chair to bang against the bookcase behind him and set the various objet d'bollocks rattling. — Ben Aaronovitch
Objet Sayings By Marcel Duchamp: My Ready-Mades have nothing to do with the 'objet trouve' because the so-called 'found object' My Ready-Mades have nothing to do with the 'objet trouve' because the so-called 'found object' is completely directed by personal taste. Personal taste decides that this is a beautiful object and is unique. — Marcel Duchamp
Objet Sayings By Diane Duane: A fragile thing, brittle-looking, an objet d' art, round and perfect: but for how long? A fragile thing, brittle-looking, an objet d' art, round and perfect: but for how long? From far enough out in orbit, one has no doubt that one could drop the Earth on the floor of night and break it. An urge arises to step softly, to speak quietly, so as to keep whoever might be carrying the pretty toy from being startled and fumbling it. — Diane Duane
Objet Sayings By Barbara Ehrenreich: Everyone in yuppie-land - airports, for example - looks like a nursing baby these days, Everyone in yuppie-land - airports, for example - looks like a nursing baby these days, inseparable from their plastic bottles of water. Here, however, I sweat without replacement or pause, not in individual drops but in continuous sheets of fluid soaking through my polo shirt, pouring down the backs of my legs ... Working my way through the living room(s), I wonder if Mrs. W. will ever have occasion to realize that every single doodad and objet through which she expresses her unique, individual self is, from another vantage point, only an obstacle between some thirsty person and a glass of water. — Barbara Ehrenreich
Objet Sayings By Daniel J. Levitin: The work of artists and scietists is ultimately the pursuit of truth, but members of The work of artists and scietists is ultimately the pursuit of truth, but members of both camps understand that truth is its very nature is contextual and changeable, dependent on point of view, and that today's truths becomes tomorrow's disproven hypotheses of forgotten objet d'arts. — Daniel J. Levitin
Objet Sayings By Krishnananda Saraswati: Every objet in the world promises satisfaction, but it never gives satisfaction -it only promises. Every objet in the world promises satisfaction, but it never gives satisfaction -it only promises. — Krishnananda Saraswati