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Start Gyming Sayings By Chan Gailey: Size is definitely relative. If you're bigger, they can see you easier. Size is definitely relative. If you're bigger, they can see you easier. — Chan Gailey
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Start Gyming Sayings By Dixie Waters: It is nice to touch, it is nice to be touched, but it is so It is nice to touch, it is nice to be touched, but it is so much nicer to touch someone's heart. — Dixie Waters
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Start Gyming Sayings By R.K. Lilley: I hate you," I told him, quietly and vehemently."I hate that I still love you." I hate you," I told him, quietly and vehemently.
"I hate that I still love you." Just as quiet, just as vehement. Far more destructive ... "I hate that I'll never stop. — R.K. Lilley
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Start Gyming Sayings By Shalom Harlow: It's become more and more of a priority for me to tread as lightly as It's become more and more of a priority for me to tread as lightly as possible in the world. — Shalom Harlow
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Start Gyming Sayings By Lauren F. Winner: I knew, as soon as I woke up, that the dream had come from God I knew, as soon as I woke up, that the dream had come from God and it was about the reality of Jesus. The truth of Him. The He was a person whose pronouns you had to capitalize. That He was God. — Lauren F. Winner
Start Gyming Sayings By David Tennant: Paula Milne was really the first thing that drew me to 'The Politician's Husband.' Paula Milne was really the first thing that drew me to 'The Politician's Husband.' — David Tennant
Start Gyming Sayings By William Albert Allard: You have to care. You can't do good work if you don't care. That's not You have to care. You can't do good work if you don't care. That's not necessarily a strength, but it gives you strength. — William Albert Allard
Start Gyming Sayings By Emily Dickinson: The Crime, from us, is hidden, [though] he is presumed to know. The Crime, from us, is hidden, [though] he is presumed to know. — Emily Dickinson