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117 Quotes By Michael Gaitley: Immaculate Heart of Mary, keep me in your Immaculate Heart of Mary, keep me in your most pure heart, so that I may please Jesus through you, in you, and with you."117Michael Gaitley
117 Quotes By Lauren Oliver: [S]he'd realized that he had loved her only [S]he'd realized that he had loved her only because she belonged to him. — Lauren Oliver
117 Quotes By Chuck Palahniuk: Just for the record, being smeared with shit Just for the record, being smeared with shit and naked in the wilderness, spattered with pink vomit, this does not necessarily make you a real artist. — Chuck Palahniuk
117 Quotes By Andrea Barrett: I have no appetite,' she sighed. 'Not for I have no appetite,' she sighed. 'Not for food, not for work. Not for anything.' I looked at her and wondered what I am except appetite. — Andrea Barrett
117 Quotes By Lori Wilde: Cowboy!" she hollered.Every man on the street turned Cowboy!" she hollered.
Every man on the street turned to stare at her."
pg.117Lori Wilde
117 Quotes By Erica Jong: There were 117 psychoanalysts on the Pan Am There were 117 psychoanalysts on the Pan Am flight to Vienna and I'd been treated by at least six of them. And married a seventh. — Erica Jong
117 Quotes By Jimmy Piersall: I've had 117 fights and that's the first I've had 117 fights and that's the first time I've ever won. — Jimmy Piersall
117 Quotes By Kang Sok-Kyong: At my age, what's the use of thinking At my age, what's the use of thinking about my talents? Effort is what's necessary. (Kang 1989: 117) — Kang Sok-Kyong
117 Quotes By Kay Kenyon: 3,117 people had lost their lives in the 3,117 people had lost their lives in the flood. And the king had missed breakfast — Kay Kenyon
117 Quotes By Lydia Maria Francis Child: Varnishing Gilded Frames, 117 Varnishing Gilded Frames, 117Lydia Maria Francis Child
117 Quotes By Steve Chalke: Far from being incompatible, politics and Christianity are, Far from being incompatible, politics and Christianity are, in reality, inseparable. What don't mix are Christianity and social apathy.
(p. 117) — Steve Chalke