Judith Merkle Riley Quotes

Top 11 wise famous quotes and sayings by Judith Merkle Riley

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Judith Merkle Riley quotes: I mistrust mountebanks - especially of the female variety. I mistrust mountebanks - especially of the female variety.
Judith Merkle Riley quotes: Poverty is the curse of ancient but numerous lineages. Poverty is the curse of ancient but numerous lineages.
Judith Merkle Riley quotes: Are you aware of the penalties reserved for freethinkers? I could send you to the block. Good. Are you aware of the penalties reserved for freethinkers? I could send you to the block. Good.
Judith Merkle Riley quotes: Two halves of the same mind, working at full speed, in perfect coordination. Two halves of the same mind, working at full speed, in perfect coordination.
Judith Merkle Riley quotes: Oaths, in my opinion, infernal or not, ought to be short. Oaths, in my opinion, infernal or not, ought to be short.
Judith Merkle Riley quotes: There is nothing wrong with being a woman, and doing ordinary things. Sometimes small deeds can show big ideas. There is nothing wrong with being a woman, and doing ordinary things. Sometimes small deeds can show big ideas.
Judith Merkle Riley quotes: I could feel something cold stalking my heart. It was fear. They all begin this way, I thought, with pledges of love. I could feel something cold stalking my heart. It was fear. They all begin this way, I thought, with pledges of love.
Judith Merkle Riley quotes: How funny we are, I thought, the way we dance about each other, each afraid of being hurt by the other. How funny we are, I thought, the way we dance about each other, each afraid of being hurt by the other.
Judith Merkle Riley quotes: A cat improves the garden wall in sunshine, and the hearth in foul weather. A cat improves the garden wall in sunshine, and the hearth in foul weather.
Judith Merkle Riley quotes: No the cat we had to leave. It was not Protestant. But the dog, seeing no future for the Reformed Religion in France, was happy enough to go. No the cat we had to leave. It was not Protestant. But the dog, seeing no future for the Reformed Religion in France, was happy enough to go.
Judith Merkle Riley quotes: That is God's way. He upsets everything and loves to annoy the vain most of all. That is God's way. He upsets everything and loves to annoy the vain most of all.