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41 School Closed Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

School Closed Sayings By Neon Hitch: I didn't go to school, because I never stayed anywhere long enough, so I was I didn't go to school, because I never stayed anywhere long enough, so I was completely closed off from the outside world. I had no idea about anything. — Neon Hitch
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School Closed Sayings By Jeff Hobbs: Arthur saw a closed-mindedness that was, he felt, self-propagating and innately limiting. More broadly, he Arthur saw a closed-mindedness that was, he felt, self-propagating and innately limiting. More broadly, he believed these qualities explained precisely how an intelligent guy like Rob would always make life harder on himself than it needed to be. Here he was, drinking brandy in a prestigious society in a top-ranked school, the beneficiary of so many gifts both natural and bestowed, surrounded by bright and open-minded classmates, and yet still he remained mired in, even paralyzed by, what was effectively his own racism. — Jeff Hobbs
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School Closed Sayings By Colm Toibin: She was nobody here. It was not just that she had no friends and family; She was nobody here. It was not just that she had no friends and family; it was rather that she was a ghost in this room, in the streets on the way to work, on the shop floor. Nothing meant anything. The rooms in the house on Friary Street belonged to her, she thought; when she moved in them she was really there. In the town, if she walked to the shop or to the Vocational School, the air, the light, the ground, it was all solid and part of her, even if she met no one familiar. Nothing here was part of her. It was false, empty, she thought. She closed her eyes and tried to think, as she had done so many times in her life, of something she was looking forward to, but there was nothing. Not the slightest thing. Not even Sunday. Nothing maybe except sleep, and she was not even certain she was looking forward to sleep. In any case, she could not sleep yet, since it was not yet nine o'clock. There was nothing she could do. It was as though she had been locked away. — Colm Toibin
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School Closed Sayings By Rachel Caine: I Promise," Shane said. "You'd better, jerkface," Eve said. "How's the head?" "Taped. It's fine, I Promise," Shane said. "You'd better, jerkface," Eve said. "How's the head?" "Taped. It's fine, chicks dig scars. Wait, did you just call me jerkface? Are we back in grade school?" "I love you," Eve said. He closed his moth, fast, because obviously that was not what he'd expected. "I, uh, okay, love you too. Can we stop that? It's uncomfortable." "Jerkface." "Much better. — Rachel Caine
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School Closed Sayings By Debra Dean: They don't teach this in school anymore?' Anya asks and clucks in dismay. 'When I They don't teach this in school anymore?' Anya asks and clucks in dismay. 'When I was a girl, we made memory palaces to helps us memorize for our examinations. You chose an actual place, a palace works best, but any building with lots of rooms would do, and then you furnished it with whatever you wished to remember ... Bur once you had learned the rooms, in your imagination you could add anything you wish. So, when we needed to memorize the Law of God, for instance, we closed our eyes and put a question and answer in each room. Page 68-69 — Debra Dean
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School Closed Sayings By Jo Ann Beard: In the dresser mirror, my face looks the same, but I feel something happening around In the dresser mirror, my face looks the same, but I feel something happening around me, some change as palpable as weather. Stuck in the mirror are mementos from my childhood - red and yellow ribbons for various underachievements, a brown corsage from grad school graduation, a curling and faded picture of me petting a deer in Wisconsin - which is now over. I wandered through it and came out the other side.

It's a stark feeling. Like getting to the last page of a book and seeing 'The End.' Even if you didn't like the story that much, or your childhood, you read it, you lived it. And now it's over, book closed, that long-ago deer you petted in the Dells as dead as the one in The Yearling. — Jo Ann Beard
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School Closed Sayings By Garrett Hedlund: After school, I'd hang out at the Borders bookstore until it closed. After school, I'd hang out at the Borders bookstore until it closed. — Garrett Hedlund
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School Closed Sayings By Becca Fitzpatrick: Too bad. There's a party on the coast. I thought we could go." He actually Too bad. There's a party on the coast. I thought we could go." He actually sounded sincere. ( a bit after) I affected a yawn. "Well, like I said, it's a school night." In hopes of convincing myself more than him, I added, " if this party is something you'd be interested in, I can almost guarantee I won't be." There, I though. Case closed- page 77 — Becca Fitzpatrick
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School Closed Sayings By Michael N. Castle: After completing a Delaware State education, they were afforded opportunities beyond anything they might have After completing a Delaware State education, they were afforded opportunities beyond anything they might have imagined - and they opened doors for themselves that surely would have remained closed if they only had a high school education. — Michael N. Castle
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School Closed Sayings By Fabio Geda: From that day on, the school was closed, and without school, life is like ashes. From that day on, the school was closed, and without school, life is like ashes. — Fabio Geda
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School Closed Sayings By Ruben Blades: Yes, I was going to law school and it was closed in '69. Yes, I was going to law school and it was closed in '69. — Ruben Blades
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School Closed Sayings By Ben Daniels: I'm a great candidate for why arts funding shouldn't be cut, because I had no I'm a great candidate for why arts funding shouldn't be cut, because I had no experience other than what was at school, I'm from a working-class town, there were no theaters, and the cinema closed when I was a kid. Anything that gave me a voice or a way to express myself I went running headlong toward. — Ben Daniels
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School Closed Sayings By Donna MacMeans: Emma: You can demand that Pettibone retain my services, but you cannot make similar demands Emma: You can demand that Pettibone retain my services, but you cannot make similar demands of the parents of the students. They will not entrust the education of their daughters to a woman who has removed her clothing for an artist, no matter how exalted that artist may be. Pettibone would become a school without students. No that avenue is closed to me now.
Nicholas: Women disrobe for men other than their husbands every day.
Emma: But they are not on exhibition in the Royal Academy.
Nicholas: what of extenuating circumstances?
Emma: You make no sense — Donna MacMeans
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School Closed Sayings By Lyndon B. Johnson: I shall never forget the faces of the boys and the girls in that little I shall never forget the faces of the boys and the girls in that little Welhausen Mexican School, and I remember even yet the pain of realizing and knowing then that college was closed to practically every one of those children because they were too poor. And I think it was then that I made up my mind that this nation could never rest while the door to knowledge remained closed to any American. — Lyndon B. Johnson
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School Closed Sayings By Teresa D. Hill: My quest is that every school day, every class, every lesson would be a form My quest is that every school day, every class, every lesson would be a form of sponsored mobility, and that every child would have the options and opportunities that history has so often closed off. — Teresa D. Hill
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School Closed Sayings By Alison Sweeney: My husband and I have known each other since kindergarten. I had a crush on My husband and I have known each other since kindergarten. I had a crush on him in school, but we never dated. Then we saw each other again after high school, and there was something instantly familiar about him. I'm a very shy person and was very closed off. But he allowed me to be myself. And there's a safety in that. — Alison Sweeney
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School Closed Sayings By William Glasser: In a Glasser Quality School there is no such thing as a closed book test. In a Glasser Quality School there is no such thing as a closed book test. Students are told to get out their notes and open their books. There is no such thing as being forbidden to ask the teacher or another student for help. — William Glasser
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School Closed Sayings By Stanley Fish: What, after all, is the difference between a sectarian school which disallows challenges to the What, after all, is the difference between a sectarian school which disallows challenges to the divinity of Christ and a so-called nonideological school which disallows discussion of the same question? In both contexts something goes without saying and something else cannot be said (Christ is not God or he is). There is of course a difference, not however between a closed environment and an open one but between environments that are differently closed. — Stanley Fish
School Closed Sayings By Jacques Tati: You won't find another Chaplin, you won't find another Keaton, because the school is closed. You won't find another Chaplin, you won't find another Keaton, because the school is closed. — Jacques Tati
School Closed Sayings By Sophia McDougall: When the polar ice advanced as far as Nottingham, my school was closed and I When the polar ice advanced as far as Nottingham, my school was closed and I was evacuated to Mars. — Sophia McDougall
School Closed Sayings By Rachel Harris: Geez, where's the fire? Something happen at school? Another failed run-in with Baseball Stud?" Peyton Geez, where's the fire? Something happen at school? Another failed run-in with Baseball Stud?"
Peyton choked and sputtered beside me, but Faith continued despite her distress. "I already told you what you have to do. Find out whichever locker is his, stake it out, and when that Diamond Doll floozie leaves his side, offer to be his bat girl instead."
She giggled as she said it, wiggling her eyebrows for innuendo, and Peyton's face blazed five shades of red. I couldn't wipe the smile from my face if someone paid me to.
As Peyton's mouth opened and closed like a fish, I leaned close to her ear, inhaling the intoxicating scent of sunflowers, and murmured, "I'd love it if you did that. — Rachel Harris
School Closed Sayings By Margaret McMullan: We stayed all day long. We closed our eyes and paryed, which we had not We stayed all day long. We closed our eyes and paryed, which we had not doen together in a long time. The nurse came in and out of the room. Everything felt awful and I wondered why the whole world didn't seem to notice how bad things really were. I thought of how I'd gotten used to awful, how after my dad died the planets kept on spinning and I got up and ate breakfast every morning and kept going to school. Something happens and it's terrible and you think you can't live another day, but then your mother gets used to it and you get used to it and you both keep on living, and you're not sure if that getting-used-to-things is good or the way life should be. — Margaret McMullan
School Closed Sayings By Adam Carolla: My son I worry about. I'm pretty sure he's gonna be gay. At this point My son I worry about. I'm pretty sure he's gonna be gay. At this point I'm just hoping he's not a bottom. Sorry to sound closed-minded and uptight, but let's face it, no dad wants his son to be gay. Not only do you get no grandkids, but I'm sure high school is no picnic for a fifteen-year-old gay boy. On the other hand, maybe I'm just viewing this through the bifocals of an old heterosexual dude. The way things are going, my son will probably get his ass kicked for not being gay. 'Carolla thinks he's too good to suck cock. Come on boys, lets get him. — Adam Carolla
School Closed Sayings By Katy Rose: Not being like everyone else is a great thing, but when you're in elementary school, Not being like everyone else is a great thing, but when you're in elementary school, you want people to like you, and kids that age can be so closed-minded. I mean, I went to a little Catholic school in the San Fernando Valley! My life was so different from the other kids'. — Katy Rose
School Closed Sayings By J.K. Rowling: The fireworks continued to burn and spread all over the school that afternoon. Though they The fireworks continued to burn and spread all over the school that afternoon. Though they caused plenty of disruption, the other teachers did not seem to mind them very much.
"Dear, dear," said Professor McGonagall sardonically, as one of the dragons soared around her classroom, emitting loud bangs and exhaling flame. "Miss Brown, would you mind running along to the headmistress and informing her that we have an escaped firework in our classroom?"
"Thank you so much, Professor!" said Professor Flitwick in his squeaky little voice. "I could have got rid of the sparklers myself, of course, but I wasn't sure whether I had the authority ... "
Beaming, he closed the classroom door in Umbridge's snarling face. — J.K. Rowling
School Closed Sayings By Pamela Druckerman: The economic boom that followed World War II had made them richer than their parents. The economic boom that followed World War II had made them richer than their parents. Instead of a comfortable life with a husband they'd known since high school, they craved glamour and romance. "We all learned from the movie stars," says Loretta, who married three times and now lives in Lake Worth, Florida. "New York then was like long black gloves and little hats, and you met your sweetheart in New York for a drink, kind of thing. It was like Sinatra and stuff like that. The songs had words, and you closed your eyes. — Pamela Druckerman
School Closed Sayings By Lois Lowry: Some of those who had been among the most industrious, the kindest, and the most Some of those who had been among the most industrious, the kindest, and the most stalwart citizens of Village now went to the platform and shouted their wish that the border be closed so that 'we' (Matty shuddered at the use of 'we') would not have to share the resources anymore.
'We need all the fish for ourselves.
Our school is not big enough to teach their children, too; only our own.
They can't even speak right.
We can't understand them.
They have too many needs.
We don't want to tale care of them.'
And finally: 'We've done it long enough. — Lois Lowry
School Closed Sayings By R.J. Palacio: I love that feeling when you first open your eyes in the morning and you I love that feeling when you first open your eyes in the morning and you don't even know why everything seems different than usual. Then it hits you: Everything is quiet. No cars honking. No buses going down the street. Then you run over to the window, and outside everything is covered in white: the sidewalks, the trees, the cars on the street, your windowpanes. And when that happens on a school day and you find out your school is closed, well, I don't care how old I get: I'm always going to think that that's the best feeling in the world. And I'm never going to be one of those grown-ups that use an umbrella when it's snowing - ever. — R.J. Palacio
School Closed Sayings By Siobhan Vivian: I didn't think she was that kind of girl." I scampered up onto the ledge I didn't think she was that kind of girl." I scampered up onto the ledge and strained to listen. "I overheard two of my students talking about her in homeroom yesterday. I never would have thought Natalie would do something like that. Then again, she's been acting out big-time. Fraternizing with that Spencer girl."
I closed my eyes to stop the room from spinning. What would have ever made me think that teachers wouldn't hear about this, too? After all, it was all over the school.
Another teacher agreed. "Natalie always seemed like such a nice girl."
But I am a nice girl, I wanted to scream. — Siobhan Vivian
School Closed Sayings By Jhumpa Lahiri: That year, and every year, it seemed, we began by studying the Revolutionary War. We That year, and every year, it seemed, we began by studying the Revolutionary War. We were taken in school buses on field trips to visit Plymouth Rock, and to walk the Freedom Trail, and to climb to the top of the Bunker Hill Monument. We made dioramas out of colored construction paper depicting George Washington crossing the choppy waters of the Delaware River, and we made puppets of King George wearing white tights and a black bow in his hair. During tests we were given blank maps of the thirteen colonies, and asked to fill in names, dates, capitals. I could do it with my eyes closed. — Jhumpa Lahiri
School Closed Sayings By Lori Lansens: Before she closed her eyes tonight, Rose said she regretted that she has not done Before she closed her eyes tonight, Rose said she regretted that she has not done something heroic in her life. Well, it's not like she can suddenly climb a tree and save a cat, or go to medical school and begin some important cancer research. But Rose has been my sister. I think that's heroic. — Lori Lansens
School Closed Sayings By Patrick Ness: Didn't you finish your chemistry in school?" "You closed the school and burnt all the Didn't you finish your chemistry in school?"
"You closed the school and burnt all the books."
"Ah, so I did. — Patrick Ness
School Closed Sayings By Charlotte Gainsbourg: I think I developed a very closed personality. I didn't really have friends. I changed I think I developed a very closed personality. I didn't really have friends. I changed schools every year. — Charlotte Gainsbourg
School Closed Sayings By Gloria Estefan: [My mother] closed the school the next day [after a visit from Castro's soldiers], because [My mother] closed the school the next day [after a visit from Castro's soldiers], because she knew that the purpose of education was the broadening and opening of children's minds. And she couldn't be a party to the systematic closing of minds, borders, freedoms and ideals. — Gloria Estefan
School Closed Sayings By Kirby Wright: It is true that I grew up in an affluent neighborhood and went to a It is true that I grew up in an affluent neighborhood and went to a prestigious school. But there were horrors that went on behind closed doors. — Kirby Wright
School Closed Sayings By Grant Morrison: My art school rejection letter arrived as a cold manila fist that closed around my My art school rejection letter arrived as a cold manila fist that closed around my fragile hopes [ ... ] The fear was practically edible. Nothing would happen unless I get out and make it happen.
Then, as if handing me the keys to the jet pack, my dad bought me a typewriter and a taped message to the inside of its case: 'Son- the world is waiting to hear from you'. — Grant Morrison
School Closed Sayings By Sara Hubbard: But in that moment, I didn't want to be trusted. I wanted something far more But in that moment, I didn't want to be trusted. I wanted something far more primal. I stretched up on my tiptoes and leaned in. I closed my eyes as his scent overcame me. When his lips touched mine it felt as if he'd caressed them with a feather. It was all I could do not to wrap myself around him and do things I'd never really thought about doing before. — Sara Hubbard
School Closed Sayings By Bill Viola: The very first video experience I had was in high school. They brought a black-and-white The very first video experience I had was in high school. They brought a black-and-white closed-circuit surveillance camera into the classroom. I will never forget, as a kid, looking at that image. — Bill Viola
School Closed Sayings By Ivan Illich: School prepares people for the alienating institutionalization of life, by teaching the necessity of being School prepares people for the alienating institutionalization of life, by teaching the necessity of being taught. Once this lesson is learned, people loose their incentive to develop independently; they no longer find it attractive to relate to each other, and the surprises that life offers when it is not predetermined by institutional definition are closed. — Ivan Illich
School Closed Sayings By David Kelley: Consciously or not, we feel and internalize what the space tells us about how to Consciously or not, we feel and internalize what the space tells us about how to work. When you walk into most offices, the space tells you that it's meant for a group of people to work alone. Closed-off desks sprout off of lonely hallways, and in a few obligatory conference rooms a huge table ensures that people are safely separated from one another. — David Kelley
School Closed Sayings By Robert Cormier: He closed the locker quickly so no one would see the damage. For some reason, He closed the locker quickly so no one would see the damage. For some reason, he felt ashamed. — Robert Cormier