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Pricking Sayings By Susan Bischoff: Bleeding from the ear. Oh Jesus, God. That was on the list for not applying Bleeding from the ear. Oh Jesus, God. That was on the list for not applying pressure. But what did that mean? I couldn't remember. Couldn't think.
"Is he okay?"
"You dropped a two-hundred pound log on his head!" I screamed at Nathan. The air shuddered around us; the building itself seeming to tremble.
"I didn't mean-"
"Shut up, man," Marco said, swatting at Nathan's arm. "Joss, you need to calm the fuck down."
"Calm down? Calm down?!" Energy pulsed around us, hot, thick, pricking at my eyes. Above, lights flickered, dimmed. A bulb shattered somewhere, and glass came tinkling down. — Susan Bischoff
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Pricking Sayings By Tamar Cohen: I have to tell you I think you've substantially set back your progress, she told I have to tell you I think you've substantially set back your progress, she told me, and though it sounds stupid, I felt tears pricking at the back of my eyes when she said that. I hadn't been aware I'd made any progress, and now I'd gone and set it back. — Tamar Cohen
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Pricking Sayings By Amie Nichols: Dream sweet, Lilly flower," his words are like tiny pins pricking all over my skin. Dream sweet, Lilly flower," his words are like tiny pins pricking all over my skin. — Amie Nichols
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Pricking Sayings By Sanjida Kay: He places the skull in the palm of my hand. There are four canines; the He places the skull in the palm of my hand. There are four canines; the top two are so long and curved I can feel them pricking my skin. There's a green tinge round the eye socket and in a fine line across the cranium. I'm not sure what animal it's from.
'Stoat,' Harris says, as if I've spoken out loud. 'They hunt grouse and partridge. I found it behind my house. I buried the body in the furze until it was just bone.'
His hand is still beneath mine, supporting it. I think of him seeing the small dead creature and digging a tiny grave for it. Planning ahead for all those months just so he'd see the skeleton. Or maybe he severed the animal's head and that was the only part he buried.
'It's been waiting for you all this time. Like I have. — Sanjida Kay
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Pricking Sayings By Spencer W. Kimball: Every divorce is the result of selfishness on the part of one or the other Every divorce is the result of selfishness on the part of one or the other or both parties to a marriage contract. Someone is thinking of self comforts, conveniences, freedoms, luxuries, or ease. Sometimes the ceaseless pin pricking of an unhappy, discontented, and selfish spouse can finally add up to serious physical violence. Sometimes people are goaded to the point where they erringly feel justified in doing the things that are so wrong. Nothing of course justifies sin. — Spencer W. Kimball
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Pricking Sayings By James Dashner: A small hole in his shirt revealed a gooey red blob right in the meaty A small hole in his shirt revealed a gooey red blob right in the meaty part above his armpit, blood pouring from the wound. It hurt. It hurt bad. If he'd thought his headache downstairs had been tough, this was like three or four of those, all smashed into a coil of pain right there in his shoulder. And spreading through the rest of his body.
Newt was at his side, looking down with worried eyes.
"He shot me." It just came out, a new number one on the list of the dumbest things he'd ever said. The pain, like living metal staples running through his insides, pricking and scratching with their little sharp points. He felt his mind going dark for the second time that day. — James Dashner
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Pricking Sayings By Kim Vogel Sawyer: Sadie," Thad said, his gaze boring into her. He kept his voice low, almost a Sadie," Thad said, his gaze boring into her. He kept his voice low, almost a growl. "Don't ever scare me like that again. If anything had happened to you, I - " With a groan, he pulled her close again. Her cheek pressed to his chest, the points of the tin badge pricking her flesh. His heartbeat pounded fast and sure beneath her ear. She remained snug in his embrace for long seconds, absorbing the wonder of the moment. Her lips still tingled pleasantly from the pressure of his. She tasted the essence of coffee and salty ham. And she'd eaten oatmeal for breakfast. — Kim Vogel Sawyer
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Pricking Sayings By Steven Moore: I'faith, 'tis an Occasion of no small Satisfaction to commence this Enquiry into the Romances I'faith, 'tis an Occasion of no small Satisfaction to commence this Enquiry into the Romances & Fiction of the English--& their antick Neighbors, the Irish & the Scotch--free at last from the Tyranny of scurvy Translators--& to reacquaint myself with the earliest Works that engender'd my Love for the Novel. O Swift, O Fielding, O Sterne, I hail thee after too long an Absence, keen to revel once more in your rare Inventions and pricking Raillery, along with those of your less-fam'd Countrymen. Prithee look kindly on these Efforts of yr humble Servant to blazon your Glories to the gaping Pucklick. — Steven Moore
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Pricking Sayings By Herman Melville: Yes, I have heard something curious on that score sir, how that a dismasted man Yes, I have heard something curious on that score sir, how that a dismasted man never entirely loses the feeling of his old spar, but it will still be pricking him at time. — Herman Melville
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Pricking Sayings By Richard Denning: But, you're just a girl!" Ben said, his eyes widening with suprise and indignation. The But, you're just a girl!" Ben said, his eyes widening with suprise and indignation.

The green eyes glanced downwards and before he could move, Ben felt a sharp point pricking at his throat.

"No, not just a girl..." the thief answered softly, "a girl with a knife! — Richard Denning
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Pricking Sayings By Franklin P. Adams: These are the saddest of possible words, Tinker-to-Evers-to-Chance. Trio of Bear Cubs fleeter than birds, These are the saddest of possible words, Tinker-to-Evers-to-Chance. Trio of Bear Cubs fleeter than birds, Tinker-to-Evers-to-Chance. Ruthlessly pricking our gonfalon bubble, Making a Giant hit into a double, Words that are weighty with nothing but trouble, Tinker-to-Evers-to-Chance. This brief poem, immortalized the Chicago Cubs' double-play combination: Shortstop Joe Tinker, second baseman Johnny Evers, and first baseman Frank Chance. — Franklin P. Adams
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Pricking Sayings By Penny Reid: I can't wait to taste you." He whispered against my stomach, allowing his hot breath I can't wait to taste you." He whispered against my stomach, allowing his hot breath to spill over my chest, sharpen the goose bumps pricking my skin. "I've always wondered what you taste like." I could tell he was speaking mostly to himself, but his words drove me a lot insane. — Penny Reid
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Pricking Sayings By Jack London: He talked to White Fang as White Fang had never been talked to before. He He talked to White Fang as White Fang had never been talked to before. He talked softly and soothingly, with a gentleness that somehow, somewhere, touched White Fang. In spite of himself and all the pricking warnings of his instinct, White Fang began to have confidence in this god. He had a feeling of security that was belied by all his experience with men. — Jack London
Pricking Sayings By William Shakespeare: If love be rough with you, be rough with love. Prick love for pricking and If love be rough with you, be rough with love. Prick love for pricking and you beat love down. — William Shakespeare
Pricking Sayings By Dodie Smith: Dogs can never speak the language of humans, and humans can never speak the language Dogs can never speak the language of humans, and humans can never speak the language of dogs. But many dogs can understand almost every word humans say, while humans seldom learn to recognize more than half a dozen barks, if that. And barks are only a small part of the dog language. A wagging tail can mean so many things. Humans know that it means a dog is pleased, but not what a dog is saying about his pleasedness. (Really, it is very clever of humans to understand a wagging tail at all, as they have no tails of their own.) Then there are the snufflings and sniffings, the pricking of ears - all meaning different things. And many, many words are expressed by a dog's eyes. — Dodie Smith
Pricking Sayings By Marsha Canham: Obviously no one has ever cautioned you against pricking the vanity of proud men or Obviously no one has ever cautioned you against pricking the vanity of proud men or wild animals; neither is completely predictable."
"And which of those categories do you fit into?"
"I'll leave the choice solely to your discretion," he mused and bowed solicitously. — Marsha Canham
Pricking Sayings By Raven Grimassi: Entrance into the Old Ways begins with the pricking of a finger with a rose Entrance into the Old Ways begins with the pricking of a finger with a rose thorn, which produces a drop of blood. This opens the way into the Thorned Path, a system, which uses five rose thorns to symbolize the five arts of Witchcraft that one should master. These arts are Herbalist, Fortune-Teller, Spirit Medium, Mystic, and Magician. We call mastering these aspects 'the gathered thorns'
thus the Thorned Path. — Raven Grimassi
Pricking Sayings By Jennifer Lynn Alvarez: She was not so easily fooled. "Fell, huh?" she asked, pricking her ears. "I was She was not so easily fooled. "Fell, huh?" she asked, pricking her ears. "I was trying to fly," said Star. The gray mare nodded. "Would you like Sweetroot to take a look at it? She may have some medicine to heal it." "No. It's fine." Sweetroot was Sun Herd's medicine mare, and Star saw her often enough as it was. Each morning she rubbed a mixture of marigold and comfrey across the torn ends of his wings. — Jennifer Lynn Alvarez
Pricking Sayings By Elliott Yamin: Quite frankly, I'm tired of taking insulin and pumping my stomach every three days and Quite frankly, I'm tired of taking insulin and pumping my stomach every three days and pricking my finger and drawing blood out of it every day - it's a tedious, meticulous, annoying disease that never goes away. And I want to get rid of it like everybody else does. — Elliott Yamin
Pricking Sayings By Catherynne M Valente: I don't want to be a Princess," she said finally. "You can't make me be I don't want to be a Princess," she said finally. "You can't make me be one." She knew very well what became of Princesses, as Princesses often get books written about them. Either terrible things happened to them, such as kidnappings and curses and pricking fingers and getting poisoned and locked up in towers, or else they just waited around till the Prince finished with the story and got around to marrying her. Either way, September wanted nothing to do with Princessing. — Catherynne M Valente
Pricking Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: One thousand brilliant stars punched holes in my consciousness, pricking me with longing. I could One thousand brilliant stars punched holes in my consciousness, pricking me with longing. I could stare at the stars for hours, their infinite number and depth pulling me into a part of myself that I ignored during the day. — Maggie Stiefvater
Pricking Sayings By Ray Bradbury: By the pricking of my thumbs, Something wicked this way comes. By the pricking of my thumbs, Something wicked this way comes. — Ray Bradbury
Pricking Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: BY THE PRICKING OF MY THUMBS BY THE PRICKING OF MY THUMBS — Diana Gabaldon
Pricking Sayings By Jacqueline Wilson: I felt tears pricking inside my eyelids. Maybe I came first With Oliver. I felt tears pricking inside my eyelids. Maybe I came first With Oliver. — Jacqueline Wilson
Pricking Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: He was struck by the details of the moment. This was something he needed to He was struck by the details of the moment. This was something he needed to remember, when he dreamt. This feeling right here: heart thudding, pollen sticky on his fingertips, July pricking sweat at his breastbone, the smell of gasoline and someone else's charcoal grill. — Maggie Stiefvater
Pricking Sayings By Andrea Cremer: Charlotte held out her hand. She was somewhat surprised when Linnet suddenly embraced her."Keep those Charlotte held out her hand. She was somewhat surprised when Linnet suddenly embraced her.
"Keep those claws sharp, kitten. I hope we'll meet again soon."
Hugging the girl tightly, Charlotte felt her throat closing and her eyes pricking with heat. "I hope so too. — Andrea Cremer
Pricking Sayings By Susan Grant: Several cast furtive welcoming glances in Jas's direction, pricking her curiosity. Had she not known Several cast furtive welcoming glances in Jas's direction, pricking her curiosity. Had she not known better, she might have thought they were expecting her. Beela — Susan Grant
Pricking Sayings By John Piper: The vast majority of abortions are performed between the seventh and tenth week when the The vast majority of abortions are performed between the seventh and tenth week when the baby is already sucking his thumb, recoiling from pricking, responding to sound. All his organs are present, the brain is functioning, the heart is pumping, the liver is making blood cells, the kidneys are cleaning fluids, and there is a fingerprint. His genetic code is uniquely and unquestionably human. And, if we are willing, he can be seen by ultrasound. — John Piper
Pricking Sayings By Ned Hayes: In the end, I listen to my fear. It keeps me awake, resounding through the In the end, I listen to my fear. It keeps me awake, resounding through the frantic beating in my breast. It is there in the dry terror in my throat, in the pricking of the rats' nervous feet in the darkness. Christian has not come home all the night long. I know, for I have lain in this darkness for hours now with my eyes stretched wide, yearning for my son's return. — Ned Hayes
Pricking Sayings By E.K. Blair: not to lose it. My thoughts rake at my heart, pricking tears that begin to not to lose it. My thoughts rake at my heart, pricking tears that begin to puddle in my eyes. — E.K. Blair
Pricking Sayings By Saul Bellow: I headed downtown right away. It was still early in the evening, glittering with electric, I headed downtown right away. It was still early in the evening, glittering with electric, with ice; and trembling in the factories, those nearly all windows, over the prairies that had returned over demolitions with winter grass pricking the snow and thrashed and frozen together into beards by the wind. The cold simmer of the lake also, blue; the steady skating of rails too, down to the dark. — Saul Bellow
Pricking Sayings By Charles Simeon: My dear brother, we must not mind a little suffering for Christs sake. When I My dear brother, we must not mind a little suffering for Christs sake. When I am getting through a hedge, if my head and shoulders are safely through, I can bear the pricking of my legs. Let us rejoice in the remembrance that our holy Head has surmounted all His suffering and triumphed over death. Let us follow Him patiently; we shall soon be partakers of His victory — Charles Simeon
Pricking Sayings By Greg Bear: There is nothing finer in the world than the telling of tales. Split atoms if There is nothing finer in the world than the telling of tales. Split atoms if you wish, but splitting an infinitive-and getting away with it-is far nobler. Lance boils if you wish, but pricking pretensions is often cleaner and always more fun. — Greg Bear
Pricking Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: It was a dark afternoon, threatening rain and the end of the world, and done It was a dark afternoon, threatening rain and the end of the world, and done in that particularly gloomy gray in which only New York afternoons indulge. A breeze was crying down the streets, whisking along battered newspapers and pieces of things, and little lights were pricking out all the windows- it was so desolate that one was sorry for the tops of sky-scrapers lost up there in the dark green and gray heaven. — F Scott Fitzgerald
Pricking Sayings By Billy Connolly: Well, the film's not only pricking the pomposity of the Church, it's pricking the pomposity, Well, the film's not only pricking the pomposity of the Church, it's pricking the pomposity, and sometimes you would think fraudulence, of the insurance companies. I had never read anything like this until I was doing the film, but Mark [Joffe, the director] and people showed me stuff where, like a flood, it mattered where the water came from. If you're flooded from above, you get the money; if you're flooded from below, you don't. What's that about? — Billy Connolly
Pricking Sayings By Edmund Spenser: A Gentle Knight was pricking on the plaine. A Gentle Knight was pricking on the plaine. — Edmund Spenser
Pricking Sayings By Simon R. Green: And ... by the pricking of my thumbs, something morally ambiguous this way comes. And ... by the pricking of my thumbs, something morally ambiguous this way comes. — Simon R. Green
Pricking Sayings By Tarun Shanker: A warm, ragged breath disturbed the hairs on my forehead, and my blood began pricking A warm, ragged breath disturbed the hairs on my forehead, and my blood began pricking as I realized where exactly I had retreated: right into Mr. Braddock, our strange connection humming through the hairsbreadth of distance between our bodies, our faces. I froze, forcing myself to stop shoving against him further. Before I understood anything, a rough, large hand brushed my chin, my face tipped upwards, and his mouth caught mine, and suddenly my entire body was on fire. Whatever odd sensation had thrummed between us before was just the stroke of a violin bow to this clash of an orchestra. I felt the world pass between our lips, tasting champagne, hunger, and something indefinably darker, while his hand ignited sparks down my cheek to the nape of my neck. He wrapped an arm around my waist, pulling me closer, forcing that elusive essence to run deeper than my skin, deeper than my veins, until my very bones vibrated. — Tarun Shanker
Pricking Sayings By Francesco Petrarca: I had got this far, and was thinking of what to say next, and as I had got this far, and was thinking of what to say next, and as my habit is, I was pricking the paper idly with my pen. And I thought how, between one dip of the pen and the next, time goes on, and I hurry, drive myself, and speed toward death. We are always dying. I while I write, you while you read, and others while they listen or stop their ears, they are all dying. — Francesco Petrarca
Pricking Sayings By Christina Rossetti: Evening by eveningAmong the Brookside rushes,Laura bow'd her head to hear,Lizzie veil'd her blushes:Crouching close Evening by evening
Among the Brookside rushes,
Laura bow'd her head to hear,
Lizzie veil'd her blushes:
Crouching close together
In the cooling weather,
With clasping arms and cautioning lips,
With tingling cheeks and fingertips.
"lie close," Laura said,
Pricking up her golden head:
"We must not look at Goblin men,
We must not buy their fruits:
who knows upon the soil they fed
Their hungry thirsty roots?"
"Come buy," call the Goblins
Hobbling down the glen — Christina Rossetti
Pricking Sayings By Michel De Montaigne: We feel a kind of bittersweet pricking of malicious delight in contemplating the misfortunes of We feel a kind of bittersweet pricking of malicious delight in contemplating the misfortunes of others. — Michel De Montaigne