Wordage Famous Quotes & Sayings

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17 Wordage Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Wordage Sayings By Emmuska Orczy: They seek him here, they seek him thereThose Frenchies seek him everywhereIs he in heaven They seek him here, they seek him there
Those Frenchies seek him everywhere
Is he in heaven or is he in hell?
That demned elusive Pimpernel — Emmuska Orczy
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Wordage Sayings By Christopher Moore: You motherfucking kitties need to step the fuck off! You motherfucking kitties need to step the fuck off! — Christopher Moore
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Wordage Sayings By Jared Leto: I take computers practically apart and put them back together. I have a supercomputer I I take computers practically apart and put them back together. I have a supercomputer I built over the years out of different computers. — Jared Leto
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Wordage Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: The genius of the heart, that makes everything loud and complacent fall silent and learn The genius of the heart, that makes everything loud and complacent fall silent and learn to listen, that smoothes out rough souls and gives them the taste of a new desire - to lie still, like a mirror that the deep sky can mirror itself upon ... they are made richer in themselves, newer than before, broken open, sounded out by a thawing wind, perhaps less certain, more gentle, fragile, and broken, but full of hopes that do not have names yet, full of new wills and currents, of indignations and countercurrents ... — Friedrich Nietzsche
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Wordage Sayings By Rob Chapman: anticipated this trend in the 1950s, when it used Jackson Pollock's action paintings as the anticipated this trend in the 1950s, when it used Jackson Pollock's action paintings as the backdrop for a fashion shoot for its spring collection. For Indiana the experience was a salutary one. The wordage he utilised in his paintings had always been carefully chosen and carried great emotional resonance, much of it directly autobiographical. He was not a neutralist. He was not attempting to transform the word 'love' into a slogan or logo, but that's what happened anyway, and the effect it had on his reputation as an artist was considerable. Because of the commercial proliferation of the LOVE — Rob Chapman
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Wordage Sayings By Leonard Wibberley: A Yea might turn in to a Nae and vice versa if a sufficient quantity A Yea might turn in to a Nae and vice versa if a sufficient quantity of wordage was applied. In other talk you argument out until you get the answer you want — Leonard Wibberley
Wordage Sayings By Jonathan Dimbleby: You have to be damn certain you're putting something better in its place. You have to be damn certain you're putting something better in its place. — Jonathan Dimbleby
Wordage Sayings By Leonard Wibberley: Yea" might be turned into "Nay" and vice versa if a sufficient quantity of wordage Yea" might be turned into "Nay" and vice versa if a sufficient quantity of wordage was applied to the matter. The second was that in any argument, the victor is always right, and the third that though the pen is mightier than the sword, the sword speaks louder and stronger at any given moment.
- Roger Fenwick, Duke of Grand Fenwick — Leonard Wibberley
Wordage Sayings By Bill Bryson: In January of that year, according to a report written in America by a Times In January of that year, according to a report written in America by a Times reporter, scientists were seriously investigating the possibility that a mysterious seismic disturbance in the remote Australian outback almost four years earlier had been a nuclear explosion set off by members of the Japanese doomsday cult Aum Shinrikyo. — Bill Bryson
Wordage Sayings By Norah Lofts: He hadn't wanted to go through life heartsick for something he could not have. He hadn't wanted to go through life heartsick for something he could not have. — Norah Lofts
Wordage Sayings By Tommy Franks: There is no doubt that the regime of Saddam Hussein possesses weapons of mass destruction. There is no doubt that the regime of Saddam Hussein possesses weapons of mass destruction. As this operation continues, those weapons will be identified, found, along with the people who have produced them and who guard them. — Tommy Franks
Wordage Sayings By Piers Anthony: Writers pay a lot of attention to wordage, because some publishers seem to care more Writers pay a lot of attention to wordage, because some publishers seem to care more about length than about quality and will automatically reject novels that don't fit their narrow standards of length - or will chop out extra wordage to make a novel fit. — Piers Anthony
Wordage Sayings By Charles Bukowski: I have not worked out my poems with a careful will, falling rather on haphazard I have not worked out my poems with a careful will, falling rather on haphazard and blind formulation of wordage, a more flowing concept, in a hope for a more new and lively path. I do personalize at times, but this only for the grace and elan of the dance. — Charles Bukowski
Wordage Sayings By Hunter S. Thompson: You will be flogged for being right and flogged for being wrong, and it hurts You will be flogged for being right and flogged for being wrong, and it hurts both ways
but it doesn't hurt as much when you're right. — Hunter S. Thompson
Wordage Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: The trees down the boulevard stand naked in thought,Their abundant summery wordage silenced, caughtIn the The trees down the boulevard stand naked in thought,
Their abundant summery wordage silenced, caught
In the grim undertow; naked the trees confront
Implacable winter's long, cross-questioning brunt. — D.H. Lawrence
Wordage Sayings By Iain M. Banks: Welcome to the future, she thought, surveying all this wordage and tat. All our tragedies Welcome to the future, she thought, surveying all this wordage and tat. All our tragedies and triumphs, our lives and deaths, our shames and joys are just stuffing for your emptiness. — Iain M. Banks
Wordage Sayings By L. Neil Smith: People in the mass media tend more and more every day to look and act People in the mass media tend more and more every day to look and act like elected and appointed officials. — L. Neil Smith