Ranger Regiment Famous Quotes & Sayings

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11 Ranger Regiment Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Ranger Regiment Sayings By Stephen R. Lawhead: Unlike the tedious priests of Mithras and Minerva - so careful, so exact, so smug Unlike the tedious priests of Mithras and Minerva - so careful, so exact, so smug in the enactment of their obscure rituals - old Potitus saw no need to weary heaven with ceaseless ceremony or meaningless repetition. "God knows the cry of our hearts," he would say, "before it ever reaches our lips. So speak it out and have done with it. Then get about your business." My — Stephen R. Lawhead
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Ranger Regiment Sayings By Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu: People talk about the pain of defeat, but I think defeat has a lot of People talk about the pain of defeat, but I think defeat has a lot of value. I think the wound of victory can be even more damaging than defeat. Very few people really know how to win. — Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
Ranger Regiment Sayings By Elizabeth McGovern: My father was an academic, an eccentric. He was a lecturer. My father was an academic, an eccentric. He was a lecturer. — Elizabeth McGovern
Ranger Regiment Sayings By Colette: It's so curious: one can resist tears and 'behave' very well in the hardest hours It's so curious: one can resist tears and 'behave' very well in the hardest hours of grief. But then someone makes you a friendly sign behind a window, or one notices that a flower that was in bud only yesterday has suddenly blossomed, or a letter slips from a drawer ... and everything collapses. — Colette
Ranger Regiment Sayings By Andy Griffith: I am proud of being a Southerner. I wasn't about to let Southerners on my I am proud of being a Southerner. I wasn't about to let Southerners on my show be stupid or aw-shuckses who just sit on the front porch and spit in the yard. I wasn't about to do that, and I made that very clear from the start. I was kind of the gate-keeper on that stuff. — Andy Griffith
Ranger Regiment Sayings By T.J. Klune: Otter pulls me up to the bar and leans over. "What's wrong? You stink!" he Otter pulls me up to the bar and leans over. "What's wrong? You stink!"
he shouts.
I glare at him. "I smell fine, you asshole. I used your cologne."
He rolls his eyes and comes closer, his lips against my ear. I shiver. "I
said, what do you want to drink? — T.J. Klune
Ranger Regiment Sayings By Adam Haslett: If the history of the American sentence were a John Ford movie, its second act If the history of the American sentence were a John Ford movie, its second act would conclude with the young Ernest Hemingway walking into a saloon, finding an etiolated Henry James slumped at the bar in a haze of indecision, and shooting him dead. — Adam Haslett
Ranger Regiment Sayings By Stacey O'Neale: Kaden leaned against the doorframe, running his fingers through his dark hair. He was barefoot Kaden leaned against the doorframe, running his fingers through his dark hair. He was barefoot and shirtless, wearing only a pair of gray sweatpants. His upper body was tanned and cut to perfection. A sparse patch of dark hair covered the center of his chest while a thin line ran down the middle of his stomach muscles. Oh, sweet baby Jesus, his stomach. She'd seen professional athletes on television with an eight-pack but hadn't thought normal people could actually achieve them. Her fingertips tingled with the urge to run her fingers over each of his pecs. — Stacey O'Neale
Ranger Regiment Sayings By Orson Scott Card: And that," said Bean, "is why losing is a much more powerful teacher than winning. And that," said Bean, "is why losing is a much more powerful teacher than winning. — Orson Scott Card
Ranger Regiment Sayings By Amy Jarecki: Mm hmmm." His gaze dropped to her lips. "I missed ye." Lordy, he could melt Mm hmmm." His gaze dropped to her lips. "I missed ye." Lordy, he could melt marzipan with that sexy Scottish burr.
With a dip of his chin, he brushed a kiss across her mouth. Hot tingles spread down her back. Eva moved closer and pressed her body flush with his toned, muscular form. If they hadn't been born so many centuries apart, she could have believed they were made for each other, fitting together perfectly as if molded from the same clay.
Closing her eyes, she drank him in, allowing her senses to take over. Hot, spicy male kissed and held her in a tender embrace with arms that could crush a man, let alone her fine bones. Yet he cradled her with incredible tenderness. — Amy Jarecki
Ranger Regiment Sayings By Arthur Leonard Schawlow: To do suc cessful research, you don't need to know everything, you just, need to To do suc cessful research, you don't need to know everything, you just, need to know one thing that isn't known. — Arthur Leonard Schawlow