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23 Recombine Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Recombine Sayings By Donna Tartt: For Hobie, who sorrowed over these elegant old remnants as if they were underfed children For Hobie, who sorrowed over these elegant old remnants as if they were underfed children or mistreated cats, it was a point of duty to rescue what he could and then with his gifts as carpenter and joiner to recombine them into beautiful young Frankensteins that were in some cases plainly fanciful but in others such faithful models of the period that they were all but indistinguishable from the real thing. p452 — Donna Tartt
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Recombine Sayings By Ruth Draper: He said I was the most sensitive person he had ever seen- that I belonged He said I was the most sensitive person he had ever seen- that I belonged to the hyper-hyper type and we rarely survive! — Ruth Draper
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Recombine Sayings By Steven Johnson: Good ideas may not want to be free, but they do want to connect, fuse, Good ideas may not want to be free, but they do want to connect, fuse, recombine. They want to reinvent themselves by crossing conceptual borders. They want to complete each other as much as they want to compete — Steven Johnson
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Recombine Sayings By Matt Ridley: You need to understand how human beings bring together their brains and enable their ideas You need to understand how human beings bring together their brains and enable their ideas to combine and recombine, to meet and, indeed, to mate. In other words, you need to understand how ideas have sex. — Matt Ridley
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Recombine Sayings By James Gleick: Monod proposed an analogy: Just as the biosphere stands above the world of nonliving matter, Monod proposed an analogy: Just as the biosphere stands above the world of nonliving matter, so an "abstract kingdom" rises above the biosphere. The denizens of this kingdom? Ideas. Ideas have retained some of the properties of organisms. Like them, they tend to perpetuate their structure and to breed; they too can fuse, recombine, segregate their content; indeed they too can evolve, and in this evolution selection must surely play an important role. Ideas have "spreading power," he noted - "infectivity, as it were" - and some more than others. An example of an infectious idea might be a religious ideology that gains sway over a large group of people. The American neurophysiologist Roger Sperry had put forward a similar notion several years earlier, arguing that ideas are "just as real" as the neurons they inhabit. Ideas have power, he said. — James Gleick
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Recombine Sayings By Angela Carter: With that, the poignant charm vanished. Inside the fifth machine, all was rampant malignity. Deformed With that, the poignant charm vanished. Inside the fifth machine, all was rampant malignity. Deformed flowers thrust monstrous horned tusks and trumpets ending in blaring teeth through the crimson walls, rending them; the ravenous garden slavered over its prey and every brick was shown in the act of falling. Amid the violence of this transformation, the oblivion of the embrace went on. The awakened girl, in all her youthful loveliness, still clasped in the arms of a lover from whom all the flesh had fallen. He was a grinning skeleton. — Angela Carter
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Recombine Sayings By Francois Jacob: It is natural selection that gives direction to changes, orients chance, and slowly, progressively produces It is natural selection that gives direction to changes, orients chance, and slowly, progressively produces more complex structures, new organs, and new species. Novelties come from previously unseen association of old material. To create is to recombine. — Francois Jacob
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Recombine Sayings By Abby Sunderland: The seriousness of my situation started to sink in, and again I fought panic. I The seriousness of my situation started to sink in, and again I fought panic. I pushed it down, but it was harder this time, like my insides were an open can of shaken soda and I was trying to keep it from bubbling up out of the top. — Abby Sunderland
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Recombine Sayings By Seanan McGuire: If 'Buffy' the movie was the true love of my childhood, 'Buffy' the series quickly If 'Buffy' the movie was the true love of my childhood, 'Buffy' the series quickly became the true love of my teenage years. It was everything I'd ever wanted in a show and more. 'Buffy' quickly became an obsession, and, shortly thereafter, became my gateway into an incredible, insane, indescribably wonderful new world: shared media fandom. — Seanan McGuire
Recombine Sayings By Maria Popova: In order for us to truly create and contribute to the world, we have to In order for us to truly create and contribute to the world, we have to be able to connect countless dots, to cross-pollinate ideas from a wealth of disciplines, to combine and recombine these pieces and build new castles. — Maria Popova
Recombine Sayings By Frederick Lenz: In mysticism we reorder those awarenesses. We combine and recombine them endlessly. We assemble them In mysticism we reorder those awarenesses. We combine and recombine them endlessly. We assemble them so we can experience aspects of the universe that most people will never know. — Frederick Lenz
Recombine Sayings By Jaron Lanier: A fashionable idea in technical circles is that quantity not only turns into quality at A fashionable idea in technical circles is that quantity not only turns into quality at some extreme of scale, but also does so according to principles we already understand. Some of my colleagues think a million, or perhaps a billion, fragmentary insults will eventually yield wisdom that surpasses that of any well-thought-out essay, so long as sophisticated secret statistical algorithms recombine the fragments. I disagree. A trope from the early days of computer science comes to mind: garbage in, garbage out. — Jaron Lanier
Recombine Sayings By Gabrielle Union: You have to develop a very thick skin. You have to develop a very thick skin. — Gabrielle Union
Recombine Sayings By Greg Graffin: Vaccinations are the application of evolutionary principles in action. If we can control the contact Vaccinations are the application of evolutionary principles in action. If we can control the contact made between pathogen and lymphocyte populations, we can go a long way toward eliminating disease.108 It doesn't require total annihilation but rather a control on population dynamics. Vaccines are the way we use selective cloning to keep a pathogenic population in a state of benign coexistence. The process is based on evolution, as pointed out by Nobel laureate Susumu Tonegawa: Genes can mutate and recombine. These dynamic characteristics of genetic material are essential elements of evolution. Do they also play an important role during the development of a single multicellular organism? Our results strongly suggest that this is the case for the immune system. — Greg Graffin
Recombine Sayings By Stephen Nachmanovitch: Play cannot be defined, because in play all definitions slither, dance, combine, break apart, and Play cannot be defined, because in play all definitions slither, dance, combine, break apart, and recombine. — Stephen Nachmanovitch
Recombine Sayings By David Foster Wallace: Leyner's fiction is, in this regard, an eloquent reply to Gilder's prediction that our TV-culture Leyner's fiction is, in this regard, an eloquent reply to Gilder's prediction that our TV-culture problems can be resolved by the dismantling of images into discrete chunks we can recombine as we fancy. Leyner's world is a Gilder-esque dystopia. The passivity and schizoid decay still endure for Leyner in his characters' reception of images and waves of data. The ability to combine them only adds a layer of disorientation: when all experience can be deconstructed and reconfigured, there become simply too many choices. And in the absence of any credible, noncommercial guides for living, the freedom to choose is about as "liberating" as a bad acid trip: each quantum is as good as the next, and the only standard of an assembly's quality is its weirdness, incongruity, its ability to stand out from a crowd of other image-constructs and wow some Audience. — David Foster Wallace
Recombine Sayings By Criss Jami: Senses of humor define people, as factions, deeper rooted than religious or political opinions. When Senses of humor define people, as factions, deeper rooted than religious or political opinions. When carrying out everyday tasks, opinions are rather easy to set aside, but those whom a person shares a sense of humor with are his closest friends. They are always there to make the biggest influence. — Criss Jami
Recombine Sayings By Steven Johnson: We are often better served by connecting ideas than we are by protecting them ... We are often better served by connecting ideas than we are by protecting them ... Environments that build walls around good ideas tend to be less innovative in the long run than more open-ended environments. Good ideas may not want to be free, but they want to connect, fuse, recombine ... They want to complete each other as much as they want to compete.
The single maxim that runs through the book: Where Good Ideas Come From . — Steven Johnson
Recombine Sayings By Chris Vonada: The majesty of a glowing light shines from within - CV The majesty of a glowing light shines from within - CV — Chris Vonada
Recombine Sayings By Lee Kuan Yew: China can draw on a talent pool of 1.3 billion people, but the United States China can draw on a talent pool of 1.3 billion people, but the United States can draw on a talent pool of 7 billion and recombine them in a diverse culture that enhances creativity in a way that ethnic Han nationalism cannot. — Lee Kuan Yew
Recombine Sayings By Douglas Wilson: You do not create ex nihilo. You rearrange and recombine. You are the same old You do not create ex nihilo. You rearrange and recombine. You are the same old flour and eggs in search of a new recipe. — Douglas Wilson
Recombine Sayings By Oliver Herford: Song is the licensed medium for bawling in public things too silly or sacred to Song is the licensed medium for bawling in public things too silly or sacred to be uttered in ordinary speech. — Oliver Herford
Recombine Sayings By Wallace Stegner: The flimsy little protestations that mark the front gate of every novel, the solemn statements The flimsy little protestations that mark the front gate of every novel, the solemn statements that any resemblance to real persons living or dead is entirely coincidental, are fraudulent every time. A writer has no other material to make his people from than the people of his experience ... The only thing the writer can do is to recombine parts, suppress some characterisitics and emphasize others, put two or three people into one fictional character, and pray the real-life prototypes won't sue. — Wallace Stegner