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Squared Sayings By Hayden Thorne: I hated meatloaf. It was like something that Satan pooped out after an eternity of I hated meatloaf. It was like something that Satan pooped out after an eternity of constipation. So I told Mom because I was honest that way. I sat back, squared my shoulders, and met her eyes, all confident-like.
Mom, meatloaf's like something that Satan pooped out after an eternity of constipation. It should be outlawed, frankly, and serving it for dinner is like child abuse and should carry with it some pretty stiff penalties. — Hayden Thorne
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Squared Sayings By Joss Stirling: Xav bounded out behind him. Yeah, Phee equals You-She squared. I've been working on that Xav bounded out behind him. Yeah, Phee equals You-She squared. I've been working on that one: like it? — Joss Stirling
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Squared Sayings By Jeaniene Frost: He smiled, showing lovely squared teeth. All the better to bite you with, my dear. He smiled, showing lovely squared teeth. All the better to bite you with, my dear. — Jeaniene Frost
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Squared Sayings By Faith Baldwin: I see now how things even up, how they are squared away, and how they I see now how things even up, how they are squared away, and how they balance under the law of love and justice. No year of life is emotionally, spiritually or even materially, all drought or all rainfall; nor is it all sun. The road turns a little every day, and one day there's a sudden twist we didn't dream was there, and for every loss there is somewhere a gain, for every grief a happiness, for every deprivation a giving. — Faith Baldwin
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Squared Sayings By Jonathan Kellerman: and eroded. Deandra Demarest's smile said the booking process was just another modeling session. Both and eroded. Deandra Demarest's smile said the booking process was just another modeling session. Both times she'd held her head up high, rotated her face to create a flattering contour, squared her shoulders, flashed perfect teeth. Her smile was a strange mix of wholesome and sinful. The kind of blitheness that comes with getting away with too much for too long. In her case, biology helped: perfect oval face, cute cleft in her chin, widely spaced blue eyes with enormous irises that would make her appear appealingly confused when she was anything but. All of that crowned by a creamy sweep of wavy hair - brunette at nineteen, blond at twenty-nine. They say eyes are the true mirrors to the soul but Deandra Demarest's eyes — Jonathan Kellerman
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Squared Sayings By Jeaniene Frost: I can't stand to see you punish yourself."I regarded him with wariness. "Do what?""Continue to I can't stand to see you punish yourself."
I regarded him with wariness. "Do what?"
"Continue to punish youself for your father's sins," He replied steadily. "How long are you supposed to pay for them? How many vampires do you have to kill until you and your mum are squared? You're of the bravest people I've ever met, yet you're scared to death of your own mum. Don't you realize? It's not me for hiding in the closet - it's yourself? — Jeaniene Frost
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Squared Sayings By John Lack: When I first learned of the existence of pi, I knew immediately that we had When I first learned of the existence of pi, I knew immediately that we had something in common. We share a parallel path. Certainly there are many times when I too have been considered irrational. Often when alone in my room, I silently ponder the equation for the area of a circle. Area (A) equals R-squared (RR) times the constant pi (C). Then I thought, by assigning the designation (K) and assuming there was an nth or final numeric digit to pi, it all might somehow become rational. The random rolling numbers that could at some point define that ultimate integer, passed through my mind. To me they were like the consecutive series of episodes that define my life. It seemed that it was more than a coincidence that when I took the variables and the constants from the equation and put them all together, A-R-R-C-K, it spells my name. That is why I need to get to the truth. — John Lack
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Squared Sayings By Jamie McGuire: Fuckity Squared, remind me to never piss you off. Fuckity Squared, remind me to never piss you off. — Jamie McGuire
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Squared Sayings By Sarah J. Maas: Lysandra rubbed at her face, then squared her shoulders. "The marsh beasts are easily enraged. Lysandra rubbed at her face, then squared her shoulders. "The marsh beasts are easily enraged. Like someone I know." Aelin jabbed the shifter with an elbow, and Lysandra snorted. — Sarah J. Maas
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Squared Sayings By Karen Marie Moning: Life equaled love plus passion squared. Loving and being passionate about what one did was Life equaled love plus passion squared. Loving and being passionate about what one did was what made life so precious. — Karen Marie Moning
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Squared Sayings By Nora Roberts: Oh,right.Like he's been in a monestary copying scripture for the last ten years." Kate squared Oh,right.Like he's been in a monestary copying scripture for the last ten years." Kate squared her shoulders, her feminist flag waving high. "It's none of his damn business if you've taken on the Fifth,Six,and Seventh fleets. — Nora Roberts
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Squared Sayings By Gena Showalter: She stood, squared her shoulders. "We'll do it. Together." And then she did something that She stood, squared her shoulders. "We'll do it. Together." And then she did something that shocked them both. She rose on her tiptoes and pressed a swift kiss on his lips. "Thank you for returning to help me." When she tried to move away, he latched onto her forearms and held her in place. His eyes were gleaming. "Next time you decide to do that ... " What?" she said, stiffening. "Give you a little warning?" No." He grinned. "Linger. — Gena Showalter
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Squared Sayings By Michael Shermer: The following tale of alien encounters is true. And by true, I mean false. It's The following tale of alien encounters is true. And by true, I mean false. It's all lies. But they're entertaining lies, and in the end isn't that the real truth? The answer is no. No squared. The postmodernist belief in the — Michael Shermer
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Squared Sayings By Anne Fortier: She squared her shoulders against his charms. "It depends on who kisses me. I highly She squared her shoulders against his charms. "It depends on who kisses me. I highly suspect a kiss from you would instantly void sixteen years of savings."
"What good are savings if you never spend them? — Anne Fortier
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Squared Sayings By Kim Vogel Sawyer: Sadie . . ." He swallowed. "I'm not willin' to just be your cousin anymore." Sadie . . ." He swallowed. "I'm not willin' to just be your cousin anymore." His shoulders squared. "Whatever it takes to win your affection, I'll do it. I'm gonna woo you like no man's ever wooed a woman before. An' I'm gonna win your love. You wait an' see. — Kim Vogel Sawyer
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Squared Sayings By Shelley K. Wall: He had always liked a good mess - God knows he had sure made a He had always liked a good mess - God knows he had sure made a few. In typical form, he squared his shoulders, furrowed his brows and muttered, bring it on. — Shelley K. Wall
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Squared Sayings By Robert Rowland Smith: The debt we owe our parents can never be squared, and jolly good too, because The debt we owe our parents can never be squared, and jolly good too, because doing so would threaten to nullify all relationship, all emotional commerce between the two generations. Being in debt, just like being in credit, means an active interest applies between the two parties and, once the debt is taken care of, the interest is bound to wane. — Robert Rowland Smith
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Squared Sayings By Andro Linklater: Below the roads run the surveyors' lines which squared off the wilderness, and not only Below the roads run the surveyors' lines which squared off the wilderness, and not only made it ready for sale but constructed a shape for county and state government. — Andro Linklater
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Squared Sayings By Maeve Greyson: Kenna wet her lips and swallowed hard. The off-white linen of Colum's tunic made his Kenna wet her lips and swallowed hard. The off-white linen of Colum's tunic made his wide expanse of hard-muscled chest and squared shoulders look as though the man had been dipped in white chocolate. Damn, I love white chocolate. Kenna licked her lips again. But she'd bet her favorite nail polish that a taste of Colum would bean any chocolate she'd ever eaten. — Maeve Greyson
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Squared Sayings By Sherman Alexie: A lot of native culture has been destroyed. So you already feel lost inside your A lot of native culture has been destroyed. So you already feel lost inside your culture. And then you add up feeling lost and insignificant inside the larger culture. So you end up feeling lost squared. And to never be recognized, to never have any power, you know, other minority communities actually have a lot of economic, cultural power. — Sherman Alexie
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Squared Sayings By Susanna Kearsley: The man they'd come to see was up and standing at the window with his The man they'd come to see was up and standing at the window with his back to them, so that only Sophia saw his squared stance and his shoulders and the brown hair fastened back above the collar of his shirt. He wore no coat, just breeks and boots, and in the fine white shirt he stood there pale and like a ghost, the only thing of light in that dull room.
He spoke again, not looking round, his voice grown hoarser from the illness. 'Did you ye see her? Was she well?'
'She will be now,' the colnel gently said ...
Sophia could not move from where she stood. Could not believe it.
Then he turned, a ghost no longer, but a breathing man. A living man, whose shadowed eyes grew brighter in the grip of hard emotion as he left the window and in two strides crossed to fold her in his arms ... — Susanna Kearsley
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Squared Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: An idea has just come to me from nowhere, to wit: Might not the ancient An idea has just come to me from nowhere, to wit: Might not the ancient and nearly universal belief that sperm could be metabolized into noble actions have been the inspiration for Einsten's very similar formula: 'E equals MC squared'? — Kurt Vonnegut
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Squared Sayings By Richard Russo: For fairness and loyalty, however important to the head, were issues that could seldom be For fairness and loyalty, however important to the head, were issues that could seldom be squared in the human heart, at the deepest depths of which lay the mystery of affection, of love, which you either felt or you didn't, pure as instinct, which seized you, not the other way around, making a mockery of words like "should" and "ought". The human heart, where compromise could not be struck, not ever. Where transgressions exacted a terrible price. Where tangled black limbs fell. Where the boom got lowered. — Richard Russo
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Squared Sayings By Albert Einstein: E=mc2. Energy equals mass times the speed of light squared E=mc2. Energy equals mass times the speed of light squaredAlbert Einstein
Squared Sayings By Eric Idle: Bear in mind the simple rule, X squared to the power of two minus five Bear in mind the simple rule, X squared to the power of two minus five over the seven point eight three times nineteen is approximately equal to the cube root of MCC squared divided by X minus a quarter of a third percent. Keep that in mind, and you can't go very far wrong. — Eric Idle
Squared Sayings By Cleo Peitsche: businesswoman and less like an artist. But apparently she'd gotten it wrong. Elle squared her businesswoman and less like an artist. But apparently she'd gotten it wrong. Elle squared her shoulders and focused on what she had going for her. The work in her portfolio — Cleo Peitsche
Squared Sayings By Elizabeth Hoyt: This is my brother we're talking about, Maximus." "You'll take his part before mine?" Oh, This is my brother we're talking about, Maximus." "You'll take his part before mine?" Oh, he knew it was a mistake even before the words left his lips. Her shoulders squared. "If I must. We shared a womb. We're flesh and blood, tied together forever, both physically and spiritually. I love my brother." "As you don't me?" She stopped, her chemise in her hands before her. For a moment her shoulders slumped and then she raised her head. His goddess. His Diana. "When you've tired of me," she said softly, precisely, "Apollo will still be my brother. Will still be there for me." "I'll never tire of you," he said, knowing with every thread of his soul that he spoke the absolute truth. — Elizabeth Hoyt
Squared Sayings By Jennifer L. Armentrout: Squared my shoulders. "Release the Kraken!" Several sets of eyes settled on me. "What?" I Squared my shoulders. "Release the Kraken!" Several sets of eyes settled on me. "What?" I gave a lopsided shrug. "I've always wanted to yell that since I saw that movie. Seemed like the perfect moment." Aiden laughed. "See! That's why I love him," I told the group. "He laughs at the stupid crap that comes out of my mouth." In response, Aiden leaned over and pressed his lips against my temple. "Keep talking about loving me," he murmured, "and we're going to scar some of these guys for life." I — Jennifer L. Armentrout
Squared Sayings By Catherynne M Valente: A child equals the mass of Fairyland times the speed of luck squared. A child equals the mass of Fairyland times the speed of luck squared. — Catherynne M Valente
Squared Sayings By Christine Feehan: Gregori wanted her. More than that, he needed her. That particular revelation changed everything. It Gregori wanted her. More than that, he needed her. That particular revelation changed everything. It put control back in her hands, gave her back her life. She squared her shoulders. She was no longer a child running from a nameless fear. She was his lifemate, chosen by God to walk with a man of power, of honor. A sensual, strong male who needed her more than anyone else on earth ever could. — Christine Feehan
Squared Sayings By Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: A man who has work that suits him and a wife, whom he loves, has A man who has work that suits him and a wife, whom he loves, has squared his accounts with life. — Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Squared Sayings By Amatu'l-Baha Ruhiyyih Khanum: Little minds instinctively seek to circumscribe the things around them, to pull in the walls Little minds instinctively seek to circumscribe the things around them, to pull in the walls to the size of their own small existence, to get everything squared off to their own scale so they can feel safe and snug. This process invariably means that a lot of the material used in their walls is from the last house they lived in, is very much what they were accustomed to before they moved, so to speak. Big minds, on the contrary, push the horizons further away, create new frontiers, leave room for growth. — Amatu'l-Baha Ruhiyyih Khanum
Squared Sayings By Carrie Fisher: The second reason I decided to get ECT is that I was depressed. Profoundly depressed. The second reason I decided to get ECT is that I was depressed. Profoundly depressed. Part of this could be attributed to my mood disorder, which was, no doubt, probably the source of the emotional intensity. That's what can take simple sadness and turn it into sadness squared. — Carrie Fisher
Squared Sayings By Nikita Khrushchev: The two most powerful nations of the world had been squared off against each other, The two most powerful nations of the world had been squared off against each other, each with its finger on the button. You'd have thought that war was inevitable. But both sides showed that if the desire to avoid war is strong enough, even the most pressing dispute can be solved by compromise. And a compromise over Cuba was indeed found. — Nikita Khrushchev
Squared Sayings By Woodrow Wilson: The roll of honor consists of the names of meant who have squared their conduct The roll of honor consists of the names of meant who have squared their conduct by ideals of duty. — Woodrow Wilson
Squared Sayings By Rick Riordan: Nico, you can do this," Jason said. "It might be embarrassing, but it's for the Nico, you can do this," Jason said. "It might be embarrassing, but it's for the scepter."
Nico didn't look convinced. In fact he looked like he was going to be sick. But he squared his shoulders and nodded. "You're right. I- I'm not afraid of a love god."
Favonius beamed. "Excellent! Would you like a snack before you go? — Rick Riordan
Squared Sayings By Timothy Keller: Older forms of indentured servanthood and the bond-service of biblical times had often been harsh, Older forms of indentured servanthood and the bond-service of biblical times had often been harsh, but Christian abolitionists concluded that race-based, life-long chattel slavery, established through kidnapping, could not be squared with biblical teaching either in the Old Testament or the New. — Timothy Keller
Squared Sayings By Jeanette Winterson: To live differently, to love differently, to think differently, or to try to. Is the To live differently, to love differently, to think differently, or to try to. Is the danger of beauty so great that it is better to live without it (the standard model)? Or to fall into her arms fire to fire? There is no discovery without risk and what you risk reveals what you value. Inside the horror of Nagasaki and Hiroshima lies the beauty of Einstein's E=MC squaredJeanette Winterson
Squared Sayings By Charles Bruce: Note for a TextbookThe question is never answered, never resolved,The circle of love and anger Note for a Textbook

The question is never answered, never resolved,
The circle of love and anger never squared,
The stubborn instinct not translated yet
In decimals, accurate and predictable
In union dues or payroll cuts or blood...

Always a symbol lost in the lovely theorem,
A fraction that will not fit in the sum of the system,
A jutting thrust in the graph of the commissar's forecast,
A troublesome blank in gauleiter's careful accounting,
An awkward hitch in the plans of the second vice-president.

The answers worked on the slate are never the same,
And the answers proved in the back of the book are wrong. — Charles Bruce
Squared Sayings By William Lashner: Now, at the end of the long journey from Vegas, as I turned into Patriots Now, at the end of the long journey from Vegas, as I turned into Patriots Landing and drove past the twin white lions, the fearful clench of my stomach finally eased. I glanced at the rearview mirror and let out a breath of relief at what I didn't see as I passed the very model house where my wife and I had made our choice. The roads were lined with examples of all the houses we considered that day, each looking neatly squared away on its suitably sized lot, the Carter Braxtons, the George Wyeths, even the insipid Patrick Henrys with their fake-brick fronts. — William Lashner
Squared Sayings By Ta-Nehisi Coates: I saw it in the girls, in their loud laughter, in their gilded bamboo earrings I saw it in the girls, in their loud laughter, in their gilded bamboo earrings that announced their names thrice over. And I saw it in their brutal language and hard gaze, how they would cut you with their eyes and destroy you with their words for the sin of playing too much. "Keep my name out your mouth," they would say. I would watch them after school, how they squared off like boxers, vaselined up, earrings off, Reeboks on, and leaped at each other. — Ta-Nehisi Coates
Squared Sayings By Nicole Rae: Emily squared her shoulders and said simply, "I'm fine, I'm not really loving your social Emily squared her shoulders and said simply, "I'm fine, I'm not really loving your social skills though. Don't you know this is no way to start a conversation?" Emily's mouth clamped shut at the expression on the monsters face. — Nicole Rae
Squared Sayings By Hannah Harrington: Awesome.""Awesome squared.""Awesome cubed.""Awesome to the power of infinity.""The square root of awesome is-""-Asha." We finish Awesome."
"Awesome squared."
"Awesome cubed."
"Awesome to the power of infinity."
"The square root of awesome is-"
"-Asha." We finish at the same time and laugh. — Hannah Harrington
Squared Sayings By Dan Florence: In geometry, whenever we had to find the area of a circle, pi * radius In geometry, whenever we had to find the area of a circle, pi * radius squared, I would get really hungry for pie. Square pie. — Dan Florence
Squared Sayings By Walter Kaufmann: It is widely assumed, contrary to fact, that theism necessarily involves the two assumptions which It is widely assumed, contrary to fact, that theism necessarily involves the two assumptions which cannot be squared with the existence of so much suffering, and that therefore, per impossibile, they simply have to be squared with the existence of all this suffering, somehow. — Walter Kaufmann
Squared Sayings By Thomas Merton: For it had become evident to me that I was a great rebel. I fancied For it had become evident to me that I was a great rebel. I fancied that I had suddenly risen above all the errors and stupidities and mistakes of modern society
there are enough of them to rise above, I admit
and that I had taken my place in the ranks of those who held up their heads and squared their shoulders and marched into the future. In the modern world, people are always holding up their heads and marching into the future, although they haven't the slightest idea what they think the "future" is or could possibly mean. The only future we seem to walk into, in actual fact, is full of bigger and more terrible wars, wars well calculated to knock our upraised heads off those squared shoulders. — Thomas Merton
Squared Sayings By Jeff Lindsay: Squared away, oh yes, a completely Harry idea of how life is lived, with hospital Squared away, oh yes, a completely Harry idea of how life is lived, with hospital corners and polished shoes. And even then I knew; needing to kill something every now and then would pretty much sooner or later get in the way of being squared away. — Jeff Lindsay
Squared Sayings By Melissa Marr: You cannot force me to make my wishes now" She squared her shoulders and looked You cannot force me to make my wishes now" She squared her shoulders and looked at him. "I've read texts. — Melissa Marr
Squared Sayings By Tom Holt: Just when you've squared up to the solemn realisation that life is a bitch, it Just when you've squared up to the solemn realisation that life is a bitch, it turns round and does something nice, just to confuse you. - Emily Spitzer, The Better Mousetrap — Tom Holt
Squared Sayings By Agatha Christie: The bereaved had never any doubt about their dear ones' wishes and those wishes usually The bereaved had never any doubt about their dear ones' wishes and those wishes usually squared with their own inclinations. — Agatha Christie
Squared Sayings By Amy Harmon: Come back down here, heat supply," I commanded. "I'm going to close my eyes and Come back down here, heat supply," I commanded. "I'm going to close my eyes and you are
going to tell me about math so I can fall asleep. Tell me some theorems. Is that what you called them?
Tell me how Einstein knew e equals mc squared. And start with once upon a time ... okay?"
"You're a little bossy, you know that?"
"I know. I have to be. It's to make up for not being born with a calculator. Now share your wisdom,
Infinity."
"Once upon a time - "
I giggled and Finn immediately shushed me, continuing on with his "story. — Amy Harmon
Squared Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: He wiped the sweat from his face on his sleeve, squared his shoulders, and strode He wiped the sweat from his face on his sleeve, squared his shoulders, and strode back into the fray. All there was to do was his duty. — Diana Gabaldon
Squared Sayings By Bi Feiyu: The biggest problem in Chinese society is not money, but rather the lack of a The biggest problem in Chinese society is not money, but rather the lack of a developed civil society. Civil society has received a lot of attention in recent years. But in truth, squared off against the overwhelming presence of the state, the positive elements of civil society are completely powerless."

[In interview. Pathlight: New Chinese Writing (Summer 2013)] — Bi Feiyu
Squared Sayings By Jennifer Estep: The detective noticed Owen glaring at him and did a double take as well, as The detective noticed Owen glaring at him and did a double take as well, as surprised by his appearance as Owen had been by his. The two men stared at each other for several seconds before Donovan squared his shoulders and headed in our direction. "Incoming," Finn muttered, letting out a low whistle and then a crashing sound under his breath, like a bomb was about to drop down and explode on our heads. — Jennifer Estep
Squared Sayings By Bryan Charles: Heart as collapsed time, as a dug-up grave, as simple machine. Heart as big black Heart as collapsed time, as a dug-up grave, as simple machine. Heart as big black bugs bleed blue blood. Heart as MI frozen as seen from airplane, everything still and white and beautiful. Heart as the Day the Music Died. Heart as love being made, as fucking, as a pleasantly haunted house. Heart as a dim memory of a dark room in which you're molded wetasscracked into a beanbag chair, fumbling for wetness. Come hither. Heart as a cunt's supposed to smell like tuna. Heart as the star of the sea. Heart as a pussy in permanent bloom. Heart as doxycycline. Heart as waxwings, as a fudge round, as the phone rings once and then stops. Heart as throw your hands in the air, throw your art at the stars, stutter and stare. Heart as a Stratocaster. Heart as Twin Reverb. Heart as I heart you so much. Heart as all that we thought we knew in the world disappears into vapor. Heart as the rest of your life times the weight of the world squared. — Bryan Charles
Squared Sayings By Blake Crouch: She stopped at the foot of the trio of beach chairs and smiled down at She stopped at the foot of the trio of beach chairs and smiled down at Richter and his men. Richter was in the middle. The one on the left was a hairy beast of a man with the fat-over-muscle build of someone who'd earned their conditioning from life experience, not a gym bike. Someone who possessed the brute core strength to physically break you. The man on the right was younger and leaner, but still carried plenty of brawn. It squared with Isaiah's story - these weren't techie savants hired to pull a sophisticated vault break. Richter was lining up big scary men to storm a hotel room and take down an army of casino thugs by force. — Blake Crouch
Squared Sayings By Ted Turner: The chance for mistakes is about equal to the number of crew squared. The chance for mistakes is about equal to the number of crew squared. — Ted Turner
Squared Sayings By Joey W. Hill: If Harry had been less noble, less fair-minded, Cedric would have lived. It is a If Harry had been less noble, less fair-minded, Cedric would have lived. It is a very classic example of how noble intentions often lead to tragic results." He straightened, squared off with the hunter. "I have no desire to be Harry Potter. — Joey W. Hill
Squared Sayings By Katie McGarry: I walk with my head high, shoulders squared. I'm better than them. No matter the I walk with my head high, shoulders squared. I'm better than them. No matter the whispers and taunts they throw out. Fuck them. Fuck them all. — Katie McGarry
Squared Sayings By E.L. Doctorow: Nobody doan never have touch Porhl! When I little, de brudder try. Oh yeah. I Nobody doan never have touch Porhl! When I little, de brudder try. Oh yeah. I raise up dis bony knee hard in his what he got dere, and dat were dat and nobody since! You hear dis gul, Mr. free man Jacob Early? And nobody since! An I ain't no Jez'bel, she screamed. In this way was Pearl's decision made, and by the time they were on the march through Milledgeville she was drummer for Clarke's company. She just hit the drum once every other step and they kept the pace, some with smiles on their faces. She looked straight ahead and kept her shoulders squared against the shoulder straps, but she could tell that white folks watched from the windows. And none of them knew she wasn't but the drummer boy they saw. — E.L. Doctorow
Squared Sayings By Vittorio Storaro: We are all made of flesh, of matter. And at the end, this matter is We are all made of flesh, of matter. And at the end, this matter is dissolved in light, and transformed into energy. It's the Einstein formula. Energy is nothing but matter that is moving at the speed of light, squaredVittorio Storaro
Squared Sayings By Justin Richards: The Doctor snorted. 'Wimp!' He squared his shoulders and turned towards the fire, grinning. 'Race The Doctor snorted. 'Wimp!' He squared his shoulders and turned towards the fire, grinning. 'Race you.' And he was off, running. Jack hesitated, sighed, swore, and ran after him. Levin and Krylek, Catherine and the villagers stared after them in astonishment. Two dark figures running though fire ... — Justin Richards
Squared Sayings By William O. Douglas: Any test that turns on what is offensive to the communitys standards is too loose, Any test that turns on what is offensive to the communitys standards is too loose, too capricious, too destructive of freedom of expression to be squared with the First Amendment. Under that test, juries can censor, suppress, and punish what they dont like, provided the matter relates to sexual impurity or has a tendency to excite lustful thoughts. This is community censorship in one of its worst forms. It creates a regime where in the battle between the literati and the Philistines, the Philistines are certain to win. — William O. Douglas
Squared Sayings By Catherynne M Valente: I am a Prince," he replied, being rather dense. "It is the function of a I am a Prince," he replied, being rather dense. "It is the function of a Prince - value A - to kill monsters - value B - for the purpose of establishing order - value C - and maintaining a steady supply of maidens - value D. If one inserts the derivative of value A (Prince) into the equation y equals BC plus CD squared, and sets it equal to zero, giving the apex of the parabola, namely, the point of intersection between A (Prince) and B (Monster), one determines value E - a stable kingdom. It is all very complicated, and if you have a chart handy I can graph it for you. — Catherynne M Valente
Squared Sayings By Italo Calvino: in his view, literature's worth lies in its power of mystification, in mystification it has in his view, literature's worth lies in its power of mystification, in mystification it has its truth; therefore a fake, as the mystification of a mystification, is tantamount to a truth squared. He — Italo Calvino
Squared Sayings By Alice Munro: MY MOTHER PRAYED on her knees at midday, at night, and first thing in the MY MOTHER PRAYED on her knees at midday, at night, and first thing in the morning. Every day opened up to her to have God's will done in it. Every night she totted up what she'd done and said and thought, to see how it squared with Him. That kind of life is dreary, people think, but they're missing the point. For one thing, such a life can never be boring. And nothing can happen to you that you can't make use of. Even if you're wracked by troubles, and sick and poor and ugly, you've got your soul to carry through life like a treasure on a platter. — Alice Munro
Squared Sayings By Joseph Finder: She smiled, nodded, and kept walking. She waved her badge at the proximity sensor, stepped She smiled, nodded, and kept walking. She waved her badge at the proximity sensor, stepped into the revolving door, and entered the cavernous atrium. Right in the center, surrounded by tropical foliage, was a huge bronze globe, the continents sculpted in sharp relief. On the front of the globe, set at a jaunty angle, was the Gifford Industries logo, which couldn't have been more hokey: retro squared-off streamlined script that must have looked futuristic when it was designed in the 1930s. A couple more people waved at her, flashed sympathetic looks, and she ducked into the express elevator to the twenty-fourth floor. She slid her security card into the slot, and the elevator rose. The lights in the executive suite were already on, which surprised her. She was normally the first one in. She passed her prox badge against the sensor until it beeped, then pushed open the glass doors. When she rounded the corner, she saw someone sitting at her desk. Noreen Purvis. 23. — Joseph Finder
Squared Sayings By J.D. Robb: Peabody, why don't I have any damn coffee?""I don't know, sir, but I will rectify Peabody, why don't I have any damn coffee?"
"I don't know, sir, but I will rectify that immediately."
Peabody popped up, was actually humming under her breath as she programmed the AutoChef. And there was a bright look in her eyes when she carried the coffee to Eve.
"Eat any good pizza lately?" Eve muttered, and the light in Peabody's eyes turned instantly to embarrassed guilt.
"Maybe. Just a slice ... or two."
Eve leaned in. "Ate the whole damn pie, didn't you?"
"It was really good pizza. I sort of, you know, missed the taste of it."
"No more humming on duty."
Peabody squared her shoulders. "No, sir. All humming will cease immediately."
"And no sparkly-eye crap either," Eve added and yanked open the door to look for Louise.
"You can look pretty sparkly-eyed after really good pizza, too," Peabody muttered, then decided not to press her luck when Eve snarled. — J.D. Robb
Squared Sayings By Arthur C. Clarke: This was the fundamental problem with rockets - and no one had ever discovered any This was the fundamental problem with rockets - and no one had ever discovered any alternative for deep-space propulsion. It was just as difficult to lose speed as to acquire it, and carrying the necessary propellant for deceleration did not merely double the difficulty of a mission; it squared it. — Arthur C. Clarke
Squared Sayings By Lauren Groff: In they'd come, integers; out they came, squared. In they'd come, integers; out they came, squared. — Lauren Groff
Squared Sayings By Lily Tomlin: The formula for water is H2O. Is the formula for an ice cube H2O squared? The formula for water is H2O. Is the formula for an ice cube H2O squared? — Lily Tomlin
Squared Sayings By Diane L. Randle: Jeopardy, Mom! You have got to get on Jeopardy! Seriously! You could marry Alex Trebek! Jeopardy, Mom! You have got to get on Jeopardy! Seriously! You could marry Alex Trebek! You could be Alex and Alex Trebek! You could be Alex SQUARED! — Diane L. Randle
Squared Sayings By Elizabeth Marro: It is the memory of this relief that will haunt her in the months to It is the memory of this relief that will haunt her in the months to come. It will start to unsettle her tonight when they eat the lasagna and carve up the chocolate cake. It will continue to disturb her when Robbie leaves for boot camp, and later, when he is assigned to duty nearly three thousand miles away at Camp Lejeune. It will scald her when she learns he has been deployed to Iraq. Each day she will think back to this day and remember how she nodded and wiped her eyes. She will remember how Robbie's body seemed to loosen, open up, how he squared his shoulders and embraced her as if he'd been practicing all his life for this moment. Sometimes she thinks she will be haunted every day by the memory of the relief she felt when Robbie asked her to let him go. And she did. — Elizabeth Marro
Squared Sayings By Martin Marais: Kruger paused. He glared at the crowd massed before him, he squared his shoulders and, Kruger paused. He glared at the crowd massed before him, he squared his shoulders and, shaking his dusty fist towards them, he growled, "This time, when I say war, it will be war to the bitter end. — Martin Marais
Squared Sayings By C.C. Hunter: Kylie bit down on her lip. Burnett took a step forward. He squared his shoulders, Kylie bit down on her lip. Burnett took a step forward. He squared his shoulders, empathy filling his eyes. He took a deep, apparent heartfelt breath and looked at Kylie. She nodded at him as if giving him the lead. He looked back at Holiday and, in a deep voice, said, "Kylie has something to tell you."
Kylie's mouth fell open and right then she knew it was official. Men sucked at verbal communication especially where anything emotional was concerned. — C.C. Hunter
Squared Sayings By Gena Showalter: I love you, Ali. Do you understand? I love you." Wait. What? "You love me?" I love you, Ali. Do you understand? I love you." Wait. What?
"You love me?"
"I've never said those words to another girl." He lifted his chin, squared his shoulders and braced his legs apart, as if preparing for a real battle. "You're stubborn, too curious for your own good and you've become a wild card, but yes, I love you."
He. Loved. Me. — Gena Showalter
Squared Sayings By MC Squared: He was surrounded by zombies. And not the good type. It He was surrounded by zombies. And not the good type. It — MC Squared
Squared Sayings By Dennis Miller: I am proof that Einstein's "e equals m c squared" is wrong. My mass has I am proof that Einstein's "e equals m c squared" is wrong. My mass has increased, but my energy has dropped. — Dennis Miller
Squared Sayings By William Gibson: Something she'd gotten from Burton and the Corps, that you didn't do things in the Something she'd gotten from Burton and the Corps, that you didn't do things in the clothes you sat around in. You got yourself squared away, then your intent did too. — William Gibson
Squared Sayings By Jayne Fresina: Darius squared his shoulders, wishing he had something other than his handkerchief to keep his Darius squared his shoulders, wishing he had something other than his handkerchief to keep his hands occupied while she stood this close, looking so angry and at the same time as wildly beautiful, dangerous, and breathtaking as a thunderstorm at sea. A face to sink a thousand ships... — Jayne Fresina
Squared Sayings By Elizabeth Taylor: I'm not worried about dying. I consult with God, my maker. And I don't have I'm not worried about dying. I consult with God, my maker. And I don't have a lot of problems to work out. I'm pretty squared anyway. — Elizabeth Taylor
Squared Sayings By Kelly R. Michaels: Caelfel squared her shoulders. "I'm not afraid."Geri turned away. "Good, because if you were, you Caelfel squared her shoulders. "I'm not afraid."
Geri turned away. "Good, because if you were, you are definitely in the wrong place. — Kelly R. Michaels
Squared Sayings By Ibrahim Ibrahim: The ancient Egyptian calendar is Precessionally Sexagesimal (Besides being theologically/decanally decimal). That means that the The ancient Egyptian calendar is Precessionally Sexagesimal (Besides being theologically/decanally decimal). That means that the toggling between its "enhanced" Civil Calendar (i.e., 365 days yearly) and the geometrical Original Calendar (i.e., 360 days yearly) is based on the precession of the equinoxes (rather than being solely anchored in the solar system); where 148 squared over 365 equals to 60; and 148 multiples of 360 over 365 equals to the height of the Great Pyramid. — Ibrahim Ibrahim
Squared Sayings By Abigail Roux: The other bodyguard, Hardin, grinned, showing his crooked teeth. "Sidewinder. Like the snake." The room The other bodyguard, Hardin, grinned, showing his crooked teeth. "Sidewinder. Like the snake." The room was silent, waiting for his point. "You know what they used to call the Green Berets when we were active?"
Ty tried hard not to roll his eyes. Behind him, Kelly answered wryly, "Snake Eaters."
Both security men chuckled. "Best watch out, Sidewinders. Don't want to get eaten."
Nick barked a laugh. "I appreciate the offer, Hoss, but I got someone taking care of me already."
Hardin squared his shoulders, his face growing ruddy.
"Don't worry, you'll find that someone special," Kelly assured him, his voice sincere. — Abigail Roux
Squared Sayings By Jennifer L. Armentrout: We had no idea what waited ahead of us, other than the big, fat unknown, We had no idea what waited ahead of us, other than the big, fat unknown, and most likely a big, fat kick in the face. The gravity of that was killing me-killing us

I squared my shoulders. "Release the Kraken!"

Several sets of eyes settled on me.

"What?" I gave a lopsided shrug. "I've always wanted to yell that since I saw that movie. Seemed like the perfect moment. — Jennifer L. Armentrout
Squared Sayings By Jon Cryer: Every time one person gets a piece of information, the likelihood of that information being Every time one person gets a piece of information, the likelihood of that information being exposed grows exponentially. It's no longer two people. It's two people squared. — Jon Cryer
Squared Sayings By Stefan Golaszewski: You know those nights where the day has unfolded in such a way that now, You know those nights where the day has unfolded in such a way that now, in the night, you can feel all the gaps in your body and you can see all the reasons you're not who you wish you were - you know those nights where the only sound is of you drinking and the people outside who have each other to drink with - those nights when you're unable to think or be or do because of the paralyzing loneliness - it feels like a hundred of those nights - stitched together and squared - and they come to me in a blush. — Stefan Golaszewski
Squared Sayings By Jarod Kintz: If you drive the same car as me, and have been in a fender bender, If you drive the same car as me, and have been in a fender bender, I'll think, "Boy, that's what my car could look like." Same with clones. If one of my clones got beat up, I'll think, "Boy, that could have been me. Better me squared than me. — Jarod Kintz
Squared Sayings By Hilary Mantel: There are some people in this world who like everything squared up and precise, and There are some people in this world who like everything squared up and precise, and there are those who will allow some drift at the margins. — Hilary Mantel
Squared Sayings By Seanan McGuire: I squared my shoulders, trying to ignore the fact that I was standing in the I squared my shoulders, trying to ignore the fact that I was standing in the apartment of the sea witch, wearing a fairy-tale prom gown, waiting for the attack of the mermaids. — Seanan McGuire
Squared Sayings By Martin Luther King Jr.: Racial injustice around the world. Poverty. War. When man solves these three great problems he Racial injustice around the world. Poverty. War. When man solves these three great problems he will have squared his moral progress with his scientific progress. And, more importantly, he will have learned the practical art of living in harmony. — Martin Luther King Jr.
Squared Sayings By Richard Digance: Now Einstein was a very clever man, with us all his philosophies he shared, He Now Einstein was a very clever man, with us all his philosophies he shared, He gave us the theory of relativity, which is E equals M C squared. — Richard Digance
Squared Sayings By Israelmore Ayivor: Your bread assumes the shape of the pan you use to bake your flour. Therefore Your bread assumes the shape of the pan you use to bake your flour. Therefore stand still and know that you can't use a rounded pan and ever get squared bread. Change the pan and change the shape of the bread! — Israelmore Ayivor
Squared Sayings By Orison Swett Marden: Every thought which enters the mind, every word we utter, every deed we perform, makes Every thought which enters the mind, every word we utter, every deed we perform, makes its impression upon the inmost fiber of our being and the result of these impressions is our character. The study of books, of music, or of the fine arts is not essential to a lofty character. It rests with the worker whether a rude piece of marble shall be squared into a horse-block or carved into an Apollo, a Psyche, or a Venus di Milo. It is yours, if you choose, to develop a spiritual form more beautiful than any of these, instinct with immortal life, refulgent with all the glory of character. — Orison Swett Marden
Squared Sayings By Ibrahim Ibrahim: 100 multiples of the Fine Structure Constant charges the King's Chamber volume based on a 100 multiples of the Fine Structure Constant charges the King's Chamber volume based on a ratio of GPG's Base Diagonal Length Squared over the Speed of Light value. — Ibrahim Ibrahim
Squared Sayings By Orson Scott Card: What if the first homo sapiens had felt that way? We'd all still be neanderthals, What if the first homo sapiens had felt that way? We'd all still be neanderthals, and when the Buggers came they would have blasted us all to bits and that would be that." "We didn't evolve from neanderthals," said Bean. "Well, it's a good thing we have that little fact squared away," said Petra. — Orson Scott Card
Squared Sayings By Ibrahim Ibrahim: The Coupling Equation between the GPG and its KC is that of a Cube with The Coupling Equation between the GPG and its KC is that of a Cube with a side length of 2.99 squared (that has the value of the ratio of the GPG's base width over its height in RC units). This Cube delivers a pyramidal geometry (based on this Coupling Equation) which has a base length of a tropical year measure. — Ibrahim Ibrahim
Squared Sayings By Emma Mills: You did so, two evers.Twice the ever is, like, the obnoxiousness squared. You did so, two evers.Twice the ever is, like, the obnoxiousness squared. — Emma Mills
Squared Sayings By Anthony Hopkins: I love to read, and so I've been reading everything I can, not intensely, but I love to read, and so I've been reading everything I can, not intensely, but I love to read so I read "Origin of Species" by Darwin and I can't make head or tail of E=MC squared by Einstein, but I try to baffle my way through that. — Anthony Hopkins
Squared Sayings By Brian Rock: If insanity is defined as doing the same thing over and over and expecting different If insanity is defined as doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results - then success is insanity squared!
(2012 SCBWI New Member Conference; Richmond, VA) — Brian Rock