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51 Qu'il Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Qu'il Sayings By Blaise Pascal: Do you wish people to speak well of you?Then do not speak at all yourself.[Fr., Do you wish people to speak well of you?
Then do not speak at all yourself.
[Fr., Voulez-vous qu'on croie du bien de vous?
N'en dites point.] — Blaise Pascal
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Qu'il Sayings By George Dardess: The Qu'ran is God's song, not ours, not even Muhammad's. To allow such a song The Qu'ran is God's song, not ours, not even Muhammad's. To allow such a song to pass through one's body, however imperfectly, is to discover that the instrument is transformed by the music. — George Dardess
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Qu'il Sayings By Jerome Bixby: Was raised on the Torah, my wife on the Qu'Ran, my eldest son is an Was raised on the Torah, my wife on the Qu'Ran, my eldest son is an Atheist, my youngest is a scientologist, my daughter is studying Hinduism, I imagine there is room there for a holy war in my living room, but we practice live and let live. — Jerome Bixby
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Qu'il Sayings By Cassandra Clare: He dropped his voice, so low that Tessa wasn't sure if what he said next He dropped his voice, so low that Tessa wasn't sure if what he said next was real or part of the dream darkness rising to claim her, though she
fought against it.
"I've never minded it," he went on. "Being lost, that is. I had always thought one could not be truly lost if one knew one's own heart. But I fear I may
be lost without knowing yours." He closed his eyes as if he were bone-weary, and she saw how thin his eyelids were, like parchment paper, and
how tired he looked. "Wo ai ni, Tessa," he whispered. "Wo bu xiang shi qu ni."
She knew, without knowing how she knew, what the words meant.
I love you.
And I don't want to lose you. — Cassandra Clare
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Qu'il Sayings By Marie Antoinette: Qu'ils mangent de la brioche. Let them eat cake. On being told that her people Qu'ils mangent de la brioche. Let them eat cake. On being told that her people had no bread. Attributed to Marie-Antoinette, but remark is much older. Rousseau refers in his Confessions, 1740, to a similar remark, as a well-known saying. Others attribute the remark to the wife of Louis XIV. — Marie Antoinette
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Qu'il Sayings By Charles De Leusse: The survival instinct prove that we are alive. (L'instinct de survie - Prouve qu'on est The survival instinct prove that we are alive. (L'instinct de survie - Prouve qu'on est en vie.) — Charles De Leusse
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Qu'il Sayings By W. Somerset Maugham: The mathematician who after seeing Phedre asked: 'Qu'est que ca prouve?' was not such a The mathematician who after seeing Phedre asked: 'Qu'est que ca prouve?' was not such a fool as he has been generally made out. No one has ever been able to explain why the Doric temple of Paestum is more beautiful than a glass of cold beer except by bringing in considerations that have nothing to do with beauty. — W. Somerset Maugham
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Qu'il Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Wo ai ni, Tessa." he whispered. "Wo bu xiang shi qu ni."I love you.And I Wo ai ni, Tessa." he whispered. "Wo bu xiang shi qu ni."
I love you.
And I don't want to lose you. — Cassandra Clare
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Qu'il Sayings By Marcel Proust: L'ide e qu'on mourra est plus cruelle que mourir, mais moins que l'ide e qu'un L'ide e qu'on mourra est plus cruelle que mourir, mais moins que l'ide e qu'un autre est mort. The idea of dying is worse than dying itself, but less cruel than the idea that another has died. — Marcel Proust
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Qu'il Sayings By Bernard Le Bovier De Fontenelle: L'univers?je l'en estime plus depuis que je sais qu'il ressemble a' une montre; il est L'univers?je l'en estime plus depuis que je sais qu'il ressemble a' une montre; il est surprenant que l'ordre de la nature, tout admirable qu'il est, ne roule que sur des choses si simples. I have come to esteem the universe more now that I know it resembles a watch; it is surprising that the order of nature, as admirable as it is, only runs on such simple things. — Bernard Le Bovier De Fontenelle
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Qu'il Sayings By Louise Penny: He'd shoved his toque and mitts into the sleeve of his parka when he'd come He'd shoved his toque and mitts into the sleeve of his parka when he'd come in the night before, and now, thrusting his right arm into the armhole, he hit the blockage. At a practiced shove the pompom of the toque crowned the cuff followed by his mitts, like a tiny birth. — Louise Penny
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Qu'il Sayings By Deborah Harkness: Se Souvenir du passe, et qu'il ya un avenir: Remember the past, and that there Se Souvenir du passe, et qu'il ya un avenir: Remember the past, and that there is a future. — Deborah Harkness
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Qu'il Sayings By Jean Anouilh: Rien n'est vrai que ce qu'on ne dit pas. Nothing is true except that which Rien n'est vrai que ce qu'on ne dit pas. Nothing is true except that which is unsaid. — Jean Anouilh
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Qu'il Sayings By Martin Luther King Jr.: Now is the time to make real the promises of democracy.Now is the time to Now is the time to make real the promises of democracy.
Now is the time to rise from the dark and desolate valley of segregation to the sunlit path of racial justice.
Now is the time to open the doors of opportunity to all of God's children. Now is the time to lift our nation from the qu icksands of racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood. — Martin Luther King Jr.
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Qu'il Sayings By Sophie Kinsella: Je t'aime, Lottie. Plus qu'un zloty." I hesitate, not sure what to say. "Well, it's Je t'aime, Lottie. Plus qu'un zloty." I hesitate, not sure what to say. "Well, it's a start ... "
"'I love you, Lottie, More that a zloty'?" Lorcan translates incredulously. "Seriously?"
"Lottie's a difficult rhyme!" Richard says defensively. "You try!"
"You could have used 'potty,'" suggests Noah. "'I love you, Lottie, Sitting on the potty.'"
"Thanks, Noah," says Richard grouchily. "Appreciate it. — Sophie Kinsella
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Qu'il Sayings By Boris Vian: Rien n'est plus parfait, plus acheve qu'un cadavre. Nothing is more perfect, more complete than Rien n'est plus parfait, plus acheve qu'un cadavre. Nothing is more perfect, more complete than a corpse. — Boris Vian
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Qu'il Sayings By Charles Baudelaire: Amer savoir, celui qu'on tire du voyage! Bitter is the knowledge gained in travelling. Amer savoir, celui qu'on tire du voyage! Bitter is the knowledge gained in travelling. — Charles Baudelaire
Qu'il Sayings By Sarah Strohmeyer: Coeur qui soupire n'a pas ce qu'il desire.The heart that sighs does not have what Coeur qui soupire n'a pas ce qu'il desire.
The heart that sighs does not have what it desires. — Sarah Strohmeyer
Qu'il Sayings By Edgar Allan Poe: Ceux qui revent eveilles ont conscience de 1000 choses qui echapent a ceux qui ne Ceux qui revent eveilles ont conscience de 1000 choses qui echapent a ceux qui ne revent qu'endormis.
The one who has day dream are aware of 1000 things that the one who dreams only when he sleeps will never understand.
(it sounds better in french, I do what I can with my translation ... ) — Edgar Allan Poe
Qu'il Sayings By Terry Pratchett: I mean, doesn't it change history even if you just tread on an ant?' 'For I mean, doesn't it change history even if you just tread on an ant?' 'For the ant, certainly,' said Qu. — Terry Pratchett
Qu'il Sayings By Nikki Rowe: The best way to love your man, is to help him rise, let him feel The best way to love your man, is to help him rise, let him feel his worth so strongly through your eyes; that he has no option but to become greater. — Nikki Rowe
Qu'il Sayings By Adam Gopnik: There is a book to be written, for instance, on small errors in subtitles. In There is a book to be written, for instance, on small errors in subtitles. In the Fred Astaire musical Royal Wedding, for instance, the English girl he falls for, played by Sarah Churchill (daughter of Sir Winston), is engaged to an American, whom we never see but who's called Hal - like Falstaff's prince, like a good high Englishman. That English H, though, was completely inaudible to the French translator who did the subtitles, and so throughout the film the absent lover is referred to in the subtitles as Al - Al like a stagehand, Al like my grandfather. If you have the habit of print addiction, so that you are listening and reading at the same time, this guy Al keeps forcing his way into the movie. "But what shall I say to Hal - that I have never loved him?" Patricia says to Fred. Down below it says, "Et Al - qu'est-ce que je vais lui dire? — Adam Gopnik
Qu'il Sayings By Isaac Newton: Qu. 31. Have not the small Particles of Bodies certain Powers, Virtues or Forces, by Qu. 31. Have not the small Particles of Bodies certain Powers, Virtues or Forces, by which they act at a distance, not only upon the Rays of Light for reflecting, refracting and reflecting them, but also upon one another for producing a great part of the Phaenomena of Nature? — Isaac Newton
Qu'il Sayings By Pierre Corneille: A good memory is needed once we have lied.[Fr., Il faut bonne memoire apres qu'on A good memory is needed once we have lied.
[Fr., Il faut bonne memoire apres qu'on a menti.] — Pierre Corneille
Qu'il Sayings By Napoleon Bonaparte: Un bon croquis vaut mieux qu'un long discours (A good sketch is better than a Un bon croquis vaut mieux qu'un long discours (A good sketch is better than a long speech) — Napoleon Bonaparte
Qu'il Sayings By Charles Baudelaire: Plonger au fond du gouffre, Enfer ou Ciel, qu'importe? / Au fond de l'Inconnu pour Plonger au fond du gouffre, Enfer ou Ciel, qu'importe? / Au fond de l'Inconnu pour trouver du NOUVEAU! (rough translation : Into the abyss
Heaven or Hell, what difference does it make? / To the depths of the Unknown to find the NEW!) — Charles Baudelaire
Qu'il Sayings By Ruth Ozeki: Le mal de vivre, 'the pain of life.' Qu'll faut bien vivre ... 'that we Le mal de vivre, 'the pain of life.' Qu'll faut bien vivre ... 'that we must live with, or endure.' Vaille que vivre, this is difficult but it is something like 'we must live the life we have. We must soldier on. — Ruth Ozeki
Qu'il Sayings By Charles Baudelaire: La' , tout n'est qu'ordre et beaute , Luxe, calme et volupte . There where La' , tout n'est qu'ordre et beaute , Luxe, calme et volupte . There where all is order and beauty. Lush, calm and voluptuous. — Charles Baudelaire
Qu'il Sayings By Andrew H. Hedges: he was taken in a secr[e]t council & you told him you had paid my he was taken in a secr[e]t council & you told him you had paid my expence &c - 200 Dr Foster said he never had a secret interview. - with Dr Goforth. and stated what he [blank] [p. [83]] Joseph have I ever misused you any way? Foster. said I do not feel at liberty to answer this qu[es]tion under existing circumstances. - did I ever misuse you? do not feel at libe[r]ty to answer under existing circumstances. - — Andrew H. Hedges
Qu'il Sayings By Denis Diderot: Tous les jours on couche avec des femmes qu'on n'aime pas, et l'on ne couche Tous les jours on couche avec des femmes qu'on n'aime pas, et l'on ne couche pas avec des femmes qu'on aime. Every day we sleep with women we do not love and don't sleep with the women we do love. — Denis Diderot
Qu'il Sayings By Jameson Currier: A gun is more important here than the Koran. A gun is more important here than the Koran. — Jameson Currier
Qu'il Sayings By Joseph Fouche: It is worse that a crime, it is a blunder.[Fr., C'est plus qu'un crime, c'est It is worse that a crime, it is a blunder.
[Fr., C'est plus qu'un crime, c'est une faute.] — Joseph Fouche
Qu'il Sayings By Melissa Jensen: Qui craint de souffrir, il souffre deja de ce qu'il craint.""Who fears to suffer, already Qui craint de souffrir, il souffre deja de ce qu'il craint."
"Who fears to suffer, already suffers what he fears. — Melissa Jensen
Qu'il Sayings By Napoleon Bonaparte: But it is at home and not in public that one should wash ones dirty But it is at home and not in public that one should wash ones dirty linen.
[Fr., Car c'est en famille, ce n'est pas en public, qu'un lave son linge sale.] — Napoleon Bonaparte
Qu'il Sayings By James Patterson: He nuzzled my neck, inhaling deeply. "Mmm. You smell so good.""Oh, yeah," I said, smirking. He nuzzled my neck, inhaling deeply. "Mmm. You smell so good."

"Oh, yeah," I said, smirking. "I call this new perfume 'Le Jungle grime et tropical BO.' "

"Dirt and sweat. Very sexy. — James Patterson
Qu'il Sayings By Akhmad Kadyrov: I grew up in a very religious family. I could read the Qu'ran easily at I grew up in a very religious family. I could read the Qu'ran easily at the age of five. — Akhmad Kadyrov
Qu'il Sayings By Sharon Salzberg: A particularly difficult line to navigate is the one between fear and love, especially for A particularly difficult line to navigate is the one between fear and love, especially for parents, who want more than anything to protect their children from suffering. — Sharon Salzberg
Qu'il Sayings By Edward Bulwer-Lytton: Qui donc t'a donne la mission s'annoncer au peuple que la divinite n'existe pas? Quel Qui donc t'a donne la mission s'annoncer au peuple que la divinite n'existe pas? Quel avantage trouves-tu a persuader a l'homme qu'une force aveugle preside a ses destinees et frappe au hasard le crime et la vertu? (Who then invested you with the mission to announce to the people that there is no God? What advantage find you in persuading man that nothing but blind force presides over his destinies, and strikes haphazard both crime and virtue?) - ROBESPIERRE, "DISCOURS," MAI 7, 1794. — Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Qu'il Sayings By Jean De La Fontaine: Nothing is so dangerous as an ignorant friend; a wise enemy is worth more.[Fr., Rien Nothing is so dangerous as an ignorant friend; a wise enemy is worth more.
[Fr., Rien n'est si dangereux qu'un ignorant ami;
Mieux vaudrait un sage ennemi.] — Jean De La Fontaine
Qu'il Sayings By African Spir: A man, engaged in his simple reflections in everyday life, will comprehend neither the possibility, A man, engaged in his simple reflections in everyday life, will comprehend neither the possibility, nor the benefits of self-sacrifice, but, when given ("qu'on lui donne", Fr.) a great cause to defend, and he will find only natural to sacrifice oneself for it. — African Spir
Qu'il Sayings By Philippe Quinault: It is not wise to be wiser than is necessary.[Fr., Ce n'est pas etre sageD'etre It is not wise to be wiser than is necessary.
[Fr., Ce n'est pas etre sage
D'etre plus sage qu'il ne le faut.] — Philippe Quinault
Qu'il Sayings By Jean-Paul Sartre: Il n'y a pas d'autre univers qu'un univers humain, l'univers de la subjectivite humaine. There Il n'y a pas d'autre univers qu'un univers humain, l'univers de la subjectivite humaine. There is no other universe except the human universe, the universe of human subjectivity. — Jean-Paul Sartre
Qu'il Sayings By Charles De Leusse: Every lover has love that he converts to future. (Chaque amoureux a l'amour - Qu'il Every lover has love that he converts to future. (Chaque amoureux a l'amour - Qu'il convertit en futur.) — Charles De Leusse
Qu'il Sayings By Antoine De Saint-Exupery: Tout objectif sans plan n'est qu'un souhait. [A goal without a plan is just a Tout objectif sans plan n'est qu'un souhait. [A goal without a plan is just a wish.] — Antoine De Saint-Exupery
Qu'il Sayings By Charles De Leusse: Death lasts only a moment, but we think about it every moment. (La mort ne Death lasts only a moment, but we think about it every moment. (La mort ne dure qu'un instant, - Mais on y pense chaque instant) — Charles De Leusse
Qu'il Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: His eyes were above hers, and she saw that the golden-hazel irises were rimmed with His eyes were above hers, and she saw that the golden-hazel irises were rimmed with black. "Miss Hathaway ... you're quite certain fate had no hand in our meeting tonight?"
She couldn't seem to breathe properly. "Qu-quite certain."
His head bent low. "And in all likelihood we'll never meet again?"
"Never." He was too large, too close. Nervously Amelia tried to marshal her thoughts, but they scattered like spilled matchsticks ... and then he set fire to them as his breath touched her cheek.
"I hope you're right. God help me if I should ever have to face the consequences."
"Of what?" Her voice was faint.
"This." His hand slid to the back of her neck and his mouth covered hers. — Lisa Kleypas
Qu'il Sayings By Marcus Tullius Cicero: If you possess a library and a garden, you have everything you need. (translation from If you possess a library and a garden, you have everything you need. (translation from the French) Si vous possedez une bibliotheque et un jardin, vous avez tout ce qu'il vous faut. — Marcus Tullius Cicero
Qu'il Sayings By Francois De La Rochefoucauld: He who lives without committing any folly is not so wise as he thinks.[Fr., Qui He who lives without committing any folly is not so wise as he thinks.
[Fr., Qui vit sans folie n'est pas si sage qu'il croit.] — Francois De La Rochefoucauld
Qu'il Sayings By Tariq Ramadan: I focus on Islamic applied ethics in many fields, and here I am saying that I focus on Islamic applied ethics in many fields, and here I am saying that coming back to the Qu'ran and the sunnah as our reference point does not mean that we depend for our ethics on 'Islam as opposed to the others'. — Tariq Ramadan
Qu'il Sayings By John Green: Que je croie. Que tu croies. Qu'il ou qu'elle croie. She said it over and Que je croie. Que tu croies. Qu'il ou qu'elle croie. She said it over and over, like it wasn't a verb so much as a a Buddhist mantra. Que je croie. Que tu croies. Qu'il ou qu'elle croie. What a funny thing to say over and over again: I would believe; you would believe; he or she would believe. Believe what? I thought, and right then, the rain came. — John Green
Qu'il Sayings By Nathalie Sarraute: Le mot 'psychologie'est un de ceux qu'aucun auteur d'aujourd'hui ne peut entendre prononcer a' son Le mot 'psychologie'est un de ceux qu'aucun auteur d'aujourd'hui ne peut entendre prononcer a' son sujet sans baisser les yeux et rougir. The word 'psychology' is one that no author today can hear said about her work without lowering her eyes and blushing. — Nathalie Sarraute