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24 Spooling Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Spooling Sayings By Chuck Wendig: We must remember that our fight continues. Our rebellion is over. But the war ... We must remember that our fight continues. Our rebellion is over. But the war ... the war is just beginning. - ADMIRAL ACKBAR — Chuck Wendig
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Spooling Sayings By JSA Lowe: We gave each other wedding rings made of ice. We gave each other wedding rings made of ice. — JSA Lowe
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Spooling Sayings By J.K. Rowling: And there is a giant whoosh of light. A smash of noise. And time stops. And there is a giant whoosh of light. A smash of noise. And time stops. And then it turns over, thinks a bit, and begins spooling backwards, slow at first . . . And then it speeds up. — J.K. Rowling
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Spooling Sayings By Ian McEwan: There's pathos in this familiar routine, in the sounds of homely objects touching surfaces. And There's pathos in this familiar routine, in the sounds of homely objects touching surfaces. And in the little sigh she makes when she turns or slightly bends our unwieldy form. It's already clear to me how much of life is forgotten even as it happens. Most of it. The unregarded present spooling away from us, the soft tumble of unremarkable thoughts, the long-neglected miracle of existence. When she's no longer twenty-eight and pregnant and beautiful, or even free, she won't remember the way she set down the spoon and the sound it made on slate, the frock she wore today, the touch of her sandal's thong between her toes, the summer's warmth, the white noise of the city beyond the house walls, a short burst of birdsong by a closed window. All gone, already. — Ian McEwan
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Spooling Sayings By John-Talmage Mathis: Creativity and passion dwindle when hungry. Premiums for talent are easier to demand when desperation Creativity and passion dwindle when hungry. Premiums for talent are easier to demand when desperation isn't part of the equation. If I'm established, I can demand $350 an hour. If I'm desperate, I may accept $5. — John-Talmage Mathis
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Spooling Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: And a final, anxious part - an ever-growing part - was occupied with the color And a final, anxious part - an ever-growing part - was occupied with the color of the fall sky, the leaves on the ground, the sense that time was passing without being replaced, that it was running out and spooling to the end. — Maggie Stiefvater
Spooling Sayings By Melissa Bank: Time. There seems to be vast quantities of the stuff spooling around me in all Time. There seems to be vast quantities of the stuff spooling around me in all directions, everywhere i look. Days and hours. Weeks and minutes. Years. The hard part, ive discovered, is filling it. — Melissa Bank
Spooling Sayings By Martin Short: Sometimes people get passionate about the obscure jokes. Sometimes people get passionate about the obscure jokes. — Martin Short
Spooling Sayings By Nnedi Okorafor: We prefer to explore the universe by traveling inward, as opposed to outward. We prefer to explore the universe by traveling inward, as opposed to outward. — Nnedi Okorafor
Spooling Sayings By Tor Udall: She can't believe she is going to compose her first love letter. She can hardly She can't believe she is going to compose her first love letter. She can hardly bear the exposure as if her body is a photographic film spooling into sunlight and everything is too bright, too vulnerable, the moments in the film now lost for ever. — Tor Udall
Spooling Sayings By Bob Barr: Looking down the road, space exploration and the benefits it yields - in medicine and Looking down the road, space exploration and the benefits it yields - in medicine and information technology - should not be overlooked. — Bob Barr
Spooling Sayings By Camryn Manheim: Years ago women of my size were considered royalty. Years ago women of my size were considered royalty. — Camryn Manheim
Spooling Sayings By Kim Stanley Robinson: There was nothing for it but to pace through just behind or ahead of the There was nothing for it but to pace through just behind or ahead of the spooling present that was never there, caught in the nonexistent interval between the nonexistent past and the nonexistent future. — Kim Stanley Robinson
Spooling Sayings By Ian McEwan: It's already clear to me how much of life is forgotten even as it happens. It's already clear to me how much of life is forgotten even as it happens. Most of it. The unregarded present spooling away from us, the soft tumble of unremarkable thoughts, the long-neglected miracle of existence. — Ian McEwan
Spooling Sayings By Alan Moore: Listening to her spooling out impractical and transcendental picture-concepts like a hyperventilating tickertape he felt Listening to her spooling out impractical and transcendental picture-concepts like a hyperventilating tickertape he felt the weight lift from him, floating in a sweet and putrid lager fart to dissipate beneath the starry, vast obsidian pudding bowl of closing time, inverted and set down upon the Burroughs as though keeping flies away. — Alan Moore
Spooling Sayings By Gilbert Meilaender: The point of the calling was, quite simply, that it was appointed by God to The point of the calling was, quite simply, that it was appointed by God to serve neighbors. If along the way some self-fulfillment came as well, there was nothing wrong with that, but it was hardly the point of the calling. — Gilbert Meilaender
Spooling Sayings By Justin Cartwright: ...he is thinking about thoughts; so many thoughts piled up, such a quantity of half-remembered ...he is thinking about thoughts; so many thoughts piled up, such a quantity of half-remembered knowledge, so many emotions brought up from the well to spill out: the unrolling of history - a river into which you can't step twice, a collection of biographies end to end, a hilltop to survey the surrounding plains and so on - but also, more so, the anxieties prompted by the spooling of time and the awareness of its unstoppable nature; and random thoughts... — Justin Cartwright
Spooling Sayings By Kazuo Ishiguro: The earlier years - the ones I've just been telling you about - they tend The earlier years - the ones I've just been telling you about - they tend to blur into each other as a kind of golden time, and when I think about them at all, even the not-so-great things, I can't help feeling a sort of glow. — Kazuo Ishiguro
Spooling Sayings By Deborah Harkness: If we are at war, we're not fighting for a bewitched alchemical manuscript, or for If we are at war, we're not fighting for a bewitched alchemical manuscript, or for my safety, or for our right to marry and have children. This is about the future of all of us." I saw that future for just a moment, its bright potential spooling away in a thousand different directions. "If our children don't take the next evolutionary steps, it will be someone else's children. And whiskey isn't going to make it possible for me to close my eyes and forget that. No one else will go through this kind of hell because they love someone they're not supposed to love. I won't allow it. — Deborah Harkness
Spooling Sayings By Unknown: I'm the quiet one with secrets in her head, but I let them go to I'm the quiet one with secrets in her head, but I let them go to the demons in my heart — Unknown
Spooling Sayings By Gary Chapman: A willingness to examine and change stereotypes is necessary in order to express love more A willingness to examine and change stereotypes is necessary in order to express love more effectively. Remember, there are no rewards for maintaining stereotypes, but there are tremendous benefits to meeting the emotional needs of your spouse. — Gary Chapman
Spooling Sayings By Desmond Morris: There are one hundred and ninety-three living species of monkeys and apes. One hundred and There are one hundred and ninety-three living species of monkeys and apes. One hundred and ninety-two of them are covered with hair. The exception is a naked ape self-named Homo sapiens. The zoologist now has to start making comparisons. Where else is nudity at a premium. — Desmond Morris
Spooling Sayings By Douglas Coupland: I say 'Uhmm...' a lot. I mentioned this to Karla and she says it's a I say 'Uhmm...' a lot. I mentioned this to Karla and she says it's a CPU word. It means you're assembling data in your head - spooling. — Douglas Coupland
Spooling Sayings By J. Sheridan Le Fanu: For some nights I slept profoundly; but still every morning I felt the same lassitude, For some nights I slept profoundly; but still every morning I felt the same lassitude, and a languor weighed upon me all day. I felt myself a changed girl. A strange melancholy was stealing over me, a melancholy that I would not have interrupted. Dim thoughts of death began to open, and an idea that I was slowly sinking took gentle, and, somehow, not unwelcome possession of me. If it was sad, the tone of mind which this induced was also sweet. Whatever it might be, my soul acquiesced in it. — J. Sheridan Le Fanu