Trench Life Famous Quotes & Sayings

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23 Trench Life Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Trench Life Sayings By Lindsay Chamberlin: If I stay much longer, I think I will have fallen in love with you. If I stay much longer, I think I will have fallen in love with you. — Lindsay Chamberlin
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Trench Life Sayings By Jeffrey M. Stonecash: The concern in polling is to present the issue in the way it is likely The concern in polling is to present the issue in the way it is likely to emerge in a campaign so the candidate has reasonably accurate information about how the public feels about the issue. The difficulty is that it is often not clear how an issue will emerge. — Jeffrey M. Stonecash
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Trench Life Sayings By James Frey: In my mind my obituary is done.It is done and it is right. It tells In my mind my obituary is done.It is done and it is right. It tells the truth and as awful as it can be, the truth is what matters. It is what I should be remembered by, if I'm remembered at all. Remember the truth. that is all that matters — James Frey
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Trench Life Sayings By Winona LaDuke: It is essential to collectively struggle to recover our status as Daughters of the Earth. It is essential to collectively struggle to recover our status as Daughters of the Earth. In that is our strength, and the security, not in the predator, but in the security of our Mother, for our future generations. In that we can insure our security as the Mothers of our Nations. — Winona LaDuke
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Trench Life Sayings By Richard Chenevix Trench: We live not in our moments or our years:The present we fling from us like We live not in our moments or our years:
The present we fling from us like the rind
Of some sweet future, which we after find
Bitter to taste. — Richard Chenevix Trench
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Trench Life Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: We are an adaptable species and this adaptability has enabled us to survive. However, adaptability We are an adaptable species and this adaptability has enabled us to survive. However, adaptability can also constitute a threat; we may become habituated to certain dangers and fail to recognize them until it's too late. Nuclear armaments are the most conspicuous example; as you read this you are in effect wearing a military uniform and sitting in a very exposed trench. You exist at the whim of people whose power does not derive from your own consent and who regard you as expendable, disposable. You merely failed to notice the moment at which you were conscripted. A "normal" life consists in living as if this most salient of facts was not a fact at all. — Christopher Hitchens
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Trench Life Sayings By Little Milton: I was never into the Bluegrass, Bill Monroe and stuff like that. I was never into the Bluegrass, Bill Monroe and stuff like that. — Little Milton
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Trench Life Sayings By Ella Wheeler Wilcox: Life is a garden forever in flower. Life is a garden forever in flower. — Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Trench Life Sayings By Barry Lopez: Occasionally we glimpse the South Rim, four or five thousand feet above. From the rims Occasionally we glimpse the South Rim, four or five thousand feet above. From the rims the canyon seems oceanic; at the surface of the river the feeling is intimate. To someone up there with binoculars we seem utterly remote down here. It is this know dimension if distance and time and the perplexing question posed by the canyon itself- What is consequential? (in one's life, in the life of human beings, in the life of a planet)- that reverberate constantly, and make the human inclination to judge (another person, another kind of thought) seem so eerie ... Two kinds of time pass here: sitting at the edge of a sun-warmed pool watching blue dragonflies and black tadpoles. And the rapids: down the glassy-smooth tongue into a yawing trench, climb a ten-foot wall of standing water and fall into boiling, ferocious hydraulics ... — Barry Lopez
Trench Life Sayings By Russell Baker: Like all young reporters - brilliant or hopelessly incompetent - I dreamed of the glamorous Like all young reporters - brilliant or hopelessly incompetent - I dreamed of the glamorous life of the foreign correspondent: prowling Vienna in a Burberry trench coat, speaking a dozen languages to dangerous women, narrowly escaping Sardinian bandits - the usual stuff that newspaper dreams are made of. — Russell Baker
Trench Life Sayings By Julie James: I will never, ever regret stopping you from walking out of my life a second I will never, ever regret stopping you from walking out of my life a second time, Kyle," she said in an emotional voice. "And I can prove it."
She reached for the buttons on her trench coat and undid them, one at a time. Then she opened the coat and let it drop to the floor.
And even if she didn't say a single word more, Kyle knew he would never again doubt the way Rylann felt about him.
She was wearing his flannel shirt.
"You kept it," he said softly. "All this time."
She nodded. "For nine years, I've held on to this darn shirt, literally dragging it across the country and back."
Kyle touched her cheek, gently brushing away a tear with his thumb. "Why?"
She paused hesitantly, and then with a tender smile, finally put it all on the line, too. "I guess I always hoped you'd come back for it someday. — Julie James
Trench Life Sayings By Markus Zusak: That paperit sits there, open at the employment section. It sits there like a war, That paper
it sits there, open at the employment section. It sits there like a war, and each small advertisement is another trench for a person to dive into. To hope and fight in. — Markus Zusak
Trench Life Sayings By Simon Mainwaring: The United States is at a critical juncture in time. Our government is riddled with The United States is at a critical juncture in time. Our government is riddled with historic debt, and the limited resources of philanthropic and non-profit efforts cannot meet the scale of social challenges we face with necessary force. — Simon Mainwaring
Trench Life Sayings By Rose Byrne: I've already started saying that I'm 30 when I'm still 29. That way, I'm already I've already started saying that I'm 30 when I'm still 29. That way, I'm already there. — Rose Byrne
Trench Life Sayings By Jonathan Cahn: And America has done much good. And there's no shortage of nations far exceeding any And America has done much good. And there's no shortage of nations far exceeding any of its faults or sins. But no nation in the modern world has ever been given so much. None has been so blessed. To whom much is given, much is required. If a nation so blessed by God should turn away from Him, what then? It's blessing will be replaced with curses? Yes. And has America turned away from God? I asked. It has turned and is turning. How? In the same way Israel turned. It started with a spiritual complacency, then spiritual confusion, then the merging of God with idols and then, ultimately, the rejection of his ways. Just as with ancient Israel, America began ruling God out of its life, turning, step by step, against His ways, at first subtly and then more and more brazenly. — Jonathan Cahn
Trench Life Sayings By Jessi Klein: Ma'am is yet another horrible-sounding word in the lexicon of words that women are stuck Ma'am is yet another horrible-sounding word in the lexicon of words that women are stuck with to describe various aspects of their body/life/mental state/hair. Vagina. Moist. Fallopian tubes. Yeast infection. Clitoris. Frizz. These are all terrible words, and yet they are our assigned descriptors. Who made up these words? Women certainly didn't. If, at the beginning of time, right after making vaginas, God had asked me, 'What would you like your most intimate and enjoyable part of yourself to be called?',' I most certainly wouldn't have said, 'Vagina.' No woman would, because vagina sounds like a First World War term that was invented to describe a trench that has been mostly blown apart but is still in use. Even off the very top of my head I feel like I could have come up with something better, like for instance the word papoose, which actually as I'm typing it feels like an incredibly brilliant word for vagina. — Jessi Klein
Trench Life Sayings By Harper Lee: Being Southerners, it was a source of shame to some members of the family that Being Southerners, it was a source of shame to some members of the family that we had no recorded ancestors on either side of the Battle of Hastings. — Harper Lee
Trench Life Sayings By Sarina Bowen: Will you help me strategize?" "Sure," Becca said, her voice cheery. "First. Remove all your Will you help me strategize?"

"Sure," Becca said, her voice cheery. "First. Remove all your clothes, and then borrow my trench coat. If a hottie like Leo Trevi called me the love of his life, I wouldn't be eating takeout on the living room floor with my roommate. At least one of us should be having sex with someone who doesn't require batteries. — Sarina Bowen
Trench Life Sayings By Josh Stern: If Life flashes before your eyes just before you die ... mine will be wearing If Life flashes before your eyes just before you die ... mine will be wearing a trench coat — Josh Stern
Trench Life Sayings By Anonymous: Tis one thing, brother Shandy, for a soldier to hazard his own life - to Tis one thing, brother Shandy, for a soldier to hazard his own life - to leap first down into the trench, where he is sure to be cut in pieces: - 'Tis one thing, from public spirit and a thirst of glory, to enter the breach the first man, - To stand in the foremost rank, and march bravely on with drums and trumpets, and colours flying about his ears: - 'Tis one thing, I say, brother Shandy, to do this, - and 'tis another thing to reflect on the miseries of war; - to view the desolations of whole countries, and consider the intolerable fatigues and hardships which the soldier himself, the instrument who works them, is forced (for sixpence a day, if he can get it) to undergo. — Anonymous
Trench Life Sayings By Richard Chenevix Trench: If we with earnest effort could succeed To make our life one long, connected prayer, If we with earnest effort could succeed To make our life one long, connected prayer, As lives of some, perhaps, have been and are; If, never leaving Thee, we have no need Our wandering spirits back again to lead Into Thy presence, but continued there Like angels standing on the highest stair Of the Sapphire Throne: this were to pray indeed! — Richard Chenevix Trench
Trench Life Sayings By Jean-Paul Sartre: In the state I was in, if someone had come and told me I could In the state I was in, if someone had come and told me I could go home quietly, that they would leave me my life whole, it would have left me cold: several hours or several years of waiting is all the same when you have lost the illusion of being eternal. — Jean-Paul Sartre
Trench Life Sayings By Ben Barnes: I had two family members involved in World War I: two great-uncles. One of them I had two family members involved in World War I: two great-uncles. One of them is on a memorial in France. And the other was a trench runner who survived the war. The average life span of a trench runner was 36 hours, but he survived the whole war. — Ben Barnes