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All His Quotes By Alessandra Torre: He devoured me with his mouth, claimed me He devoured me with his mouth, claimed me with his cock, and made it all sensual with his hands. Alessandra Torre
All His Quotes By Emmy Laybourne: All right," Jake said, clapping his hands. "Which All right," Jake said, clapping his hands. "Which one of you little punks is gonna teach me how to play Chutes and Ladders? Emmy Laybourne
All His Quotes By Oliver Goldsmith: All his faults are such that one loves All his faults are such that one loves him still the better for them. Oliver Goldsmith
All His Quotes By Michel Faber: God damn God and all His horrible filthy God damn God and all His horrible filthy Creation. Michel Faber
All His Quotes By Sinclair B. Ferguson: Then all my servile works were done A Then all my servile works were done A righteousness to raise; Now, freely chosen in the Son, I freely choose his ways. Sinclair B. Ferguson
All His Quotes By Marcel Proust: This rubicund youth, with his blunt features, appeared This rubicund youth, with his blunt features, appeared for all the world to have a tomato instead of a head. Marcel Proust
All His Quotes By Susanna Clarke: Like the hero of a fairy-tale Mr Norrell Like the hero of a fairy-tale Mr Norrell had discovered that the power to do what he wished had been his own all along. Susanna Clarke
All His Quotes By Shirley Corder: All the seeming "coincidences" ... were actually God All the seeming "coincidences" ... were actually God catching me in his arms. Shirley Corder
All His Quotes By Stephen King: His rope, his legs, his luck. Either all His rope, his legs, his luck. Either all would hold or all would break, quite possibly at the same time. Stephen King
All His Quotes By Dudley North: No Man is richer for having his Estate No Man is richer for having his Estate all in Money, Plate, etc. lying by him, but on the contrary, he is for that reason the poorer. Dudley North
All His Quotes By Sophie Kinsella: The first story is all about the president The first story is all about the president washing his piano. At least I'm pretty sure that's what presidente and lavoro pieno must mean Sophie Kinsella
All His Quotes By Flannery O'Connor: No one can be an atheist who does No one can be an atheist who does not know all things. Only God is an atheist. The devil is the greatest believer and he has his reasons. Flannery O'Connor
All His Quotes By Shaine Lake: The man was the master. However, his sole The man was the master. However, his sole goal at that moment was to serve and pleasure her. It was all about her. — Shaine Lake
All His Quotes By Sam Ewing: President Herbert Hoover returned his salary to the President Herbert Hoover returned his salary to the government. His idea caught on, and now we're all doing it. — Sam Ewing
All His Quotes By Jean Webster: I've been hearing about Shakespeare all my life, I've been hearing about Shakespeare all my life, but I had no idea he really wrote so well; I always suspected him of going largely on his reputation. — Jean Webster
All His Quotes By Mary Ann Shaffer: All his flowers have been awaiting me on All his flowers have been awaiting me on my arrival. I don't know whether to feel flattered or hunted. — Mary Ann Shaffer
All His Quotes By George D. Prentice: He is a first-rate collector who can, upon He is a first-rate collector who can, upon all occasions, collect his wits. — George D. Prentice
All His Quotes By Doris Kearns Goodwin: I read them (articles TR wrote on his I read them (articles TR wrote on his honeymoon) all over to Edith and her corrections and help were most valuable to me. — Doris Kearns Goodwin
All His Quotes By Kurt Vonnegut: And then he shot himself, making room for And then he shot himself, making room for all three of his children. — Kurt Vonnegut
All His Quotes By Oswald Chambers: When we choose deliberately to obey Him, then, When we choose deliberately to obey Him, then, with all His almighty power, He will tax the remotest star and the last grain of sand to assist us. — Oswald Chambers
All His Quotes By Thomas Merton: There must be a time of day when There must be a time of day when the man who makes plans forgets his plans, and acts as if he had no plans at all. — Thomas Merton
All His Quotes By Kenneth Williams: It was Noel Coward whose technique I envied It was Noel Coward whose technique I envied and tried to emulate. I collected all his records and writing. — Kenneth Williams
All His Quotes By Anne Tyler: He was wondering if there was some cryptic, He was wondering if there was some cryptic, cultish mark on his door that told all the crazy people he'd have trouble saying no. — Anne Tyler
All His Quotes By Aesop: Convinced that in trying to please all, he Convinced that in trying to please all, he had pleased none, and had lost his ass into the bargain. — Aesop
All His Quotes By John Flanagan: Remember no one expects you to be Halt. Remember no one expects you to be Halt. He's a legend, after all. Haven't you heard? He's eight feet tall and kills bears with his bare hands ... — John Flanagan
All His Quotes By Wendy Bertsch: Now that they had gotten wise, it took Now that they had gotten wise, it took Adam no time at all to notice they were also naked. And once it caught his attention, he noticed it constantly. — Wendy Bertsch
All His Quotes By K.A. Tucker: Mr. Cuervo and I - and all of Mr. Cuervo and I - and all of his Mexican cousins are no longer on speaking terms — K.A. Tucker
All His Quotes By Frank Herbert: It was a scene of such beauty it It was a scene of such beauty it caught all his attention. Some things beggar likeness, he thought. He — Frank Herbert
All His Quotes By Griffin Hayes: Was All Father cherry picking from his daughter's Was All Father cherry picking from his daughter's crazy ramblings in order to form the basis for his own religion? — Griffin Hayes
All His Quotes By Marion Zimmer Bradley: Lancelet's skin was so soft - she had Lancelet's skin was so soft - she had thought all men were like Arthur, sunburnt and hairy, but his body was smooth as a child's. — Marion Zimmer Bradley
All His Quotes By Alberto Moravia: Every true writer is like a bird; he Every true writer is like a bird; he repeats the same song, the same theme, all his life. For me, this theme as always been revolt. — Alberto Moravia
All His Quotes By Ray Wilkins: Signori has all the tricks up his book. Signori has all the tricks up his book. — Ray Wilkins
All His Quotes By Louie Giglio: God's purposes and plans will not fail. Before God's purposes and plans will not fail. Before you spend all your prayer time telling Him about yours, ask about His. — Louie Giglio
All His Quotes By Rainbow Rowell: She tried not to look mad - but She tried not to look mad - but she'd rather look mad than look like she'd spent all night thinking about how beautiful his lips were. — Rainbow Rowell
All His Quotes By Thomas Fuller: A drinker has a hole under his nose A drinker has a hole under his nose that all his money runs into. — Thomas Fuller
All His Quotes By Albert Martin: When love burns toward the Savior a sincere When love burns toward the Savior a sincere passion to render obedience to all of His precepts is our desire, our delight and our holy obsession. — Albert Martin
All His Quotes By Mason Cooley: The Ancient Mariner seizes the guest at the The Ancient Mariner seizes the guest at the wedding feast and will not let go until he has told all his story: the prototype of the bore. — Mason Cooley
All His Quotes By David Gunn: I'm tempted to kill the general first, then I'm tempted to kill the general first, then his staff officers. Sometimes you just want to eat pudding early. All the same, I make myself wait. — David Gunn
All His Quotes By Leo Tolstoy: He felt that all his hitherto dissipated and He felt that all his hitherto dissipated and dispersed forces were gathered and directed with terrible energy towards one blissful goal. — Leo Tolstoy
All His Quotes By Dietrich Bonhoeffer: May God in his mercy lead us through May God in his mercy lead us through these times; but above all, may he lead us to himself. — Dietrich Bonhoeffer
All His Quotes By Hilary Mantel: God knows what risks we take, God knows God knows what risks we take, God knows all that Danton has done. God and Camille. God will keep his mouth shut. — Hilary Mantel
All His Quotes By Tim Burton: Minister: Welcome, brother! Do you reject Satan and Minister: Welcome, brother! Do you reject Satan and all his works?
Bunny Breckinridge: Sure. — Tim Burton
All His Quotes By E.B. White: The sky," he wrote on his slate, "is The sky," he wrote on his slate, "is my living room. The woods are my parlor. The lonely lake is my bath. I can't remain behind a fence all my life. — E.B. White
All His Quotes By Baha'u'llah: He Who is your Lord, the All-Merciful cherisheth He Who is your Lord, the All-Merciful cherisheth in His heart the desire of beholding the entire human race as one soul and one body. — Baha'u'llah
All His Quotes By Steven Pressfield: The concept in all these environments seems to The concept in all these environments seems to be that one needs to complete his healing before he is ready to do his work. — Steven Pressfield
All His Quotes By Mark Twain: All religions issue bibles again Satan, and say All religions issue bibles again Satan, and say the most injurious things against him, but we never hear his side. — Mark Twain
All His Quotes By Lisa Kleypas: Somehow, even with all the roadblocks and detours Somehow, even with all the roadblocks and detours and one-way streets, Mark managed to find his way to Maggie. — Lisa Kleypas
All His Quotes By Edith Wharton: His days were full and they were filled His days were full and they were filled decently, he supposed it was all a man ought to ask. Something he knew he had missed: the flower of life. — Edith Wharton
All His Quotes By Peter Smith: His third-floor bedroom wasn't an all-American room. It His third-floor bedroom wasn't an all-American room. It was an all-English room, lacking only a three-pronged outlet and a draft. — Peter Smith
All His Quotes By Mia Asher: It's better to live a life full of It's better to live a life full of regrets than not live at all." He lowers his voice and adds huskily, "Let me show you how it's done. — Mia Asher
All His Quotes By John Ruskin: All great art is the expression of man's All great art is the expression of man's delight in God's work, not his own. — John Ruskin
All His Quotes By Henry Fox: Touch but a cobweb in Westminster Hall, and Touch but a cobweb in Westminster Hall, and the old spider of the law is out upon you with all his vermin at his heels. — Henry Fox
All His Quotes By Ralph Waldo Emerson: The true doctrine of omnipresence is, that God The true doctrine of omnipresence is, that God reappears with all his parts in every moss and cobweb. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
All His Quotes By William Blake: Jesus & his apostles & disciples were all Jesus & his apostles & disciples were all artists — William Blake
All His Quotes By Cassandra Clare: Jem cried out with all his remaining strength. Jem cried out with all his remaining strength. You cannot go where I am going! Nor would I want that for you! — Cassandra Clare
All His Quotes By Chris Kamara: Nicky Shorey is the provider but Shane Long Nicky Shorey is the provider but Shane Long has made this all on his own — Chris Kamara
All His Quotes By John Steinbeck: There wasn't any limit, no boundary at all, There wasn't any limit, no boundary at all, to the future. And it would be so a man wouldn't have room to store his happiness. — John Steinbeck
All His Quotes By Plato: When a man is out of his depth, When a man is out of his depth, whether he has fallen into a little swimming-bath or into mid-ocean, he has to swim all the same. — Plato
All His Quotes By Richard Harris Barham: His eyes so dim, so wasted each limb, His eyes so dim, so wasted each limb, that, heedless of grammar, they all cried, that's him! — Richard Harris Barham
All His Quotes By M.F. Moonzajer: We all believe that, we can't buy love We all believe that, we can't buy love even if we are rich enough; but I think no one buys his own property. — M.F. Moonzajer
All His Quotes By Jarod Kintz: I found Waldo. He was in a strip I found Waldo. He was in a strip club. He was hard to spot, because he'd already stripped off his red and white striped sweater and was all sweaty. — Jarod Kintz
All His Quotes By B. J. Daniels: He'd been trying to save this woman in He'd been trying to save this woman in his dreams for years. Now here she was, all grown up, and he still felt helpless. — B. J. Daniels
All His Quotes By Rainbow Rowell: Her mom had become some sort of a Her mom had become some sort of a genius double agent since she hooked up with Richie. It was like she was keeping them all alive behind his back. — Rainbow Rowell
All His Quotes By Lech Walesa: President Lech Kaczynski is not at all active President Lech Kaczynski is not at all active in Poland and his image abroad leaves a lot to be desired. — Lech Walesa
All His Quotes By John Buchan: By God!' he whispered, drawing his breath in By God!' he whispered, drawing his breath in sharply, 'it is all pure Rider Haggard and Conan Doyle. — John Buchan
All His Quotes By Rhyannon Byrd: With an utterly foreign sense of desperation, he With an utterly foreign sense of desperation, he did something that he'd never, in all his thirty-three years, thought he would do. He tripped her. — Rhyannon Byrd
All His Quotes By Neil Gaiman: Go," said Wednesday, his voice a reassuring growl. Go," said Wednesday, his voice a reassuring growl. "All is well, and all is well, and all shall be well. — Neil Gaiman
All His Quotes By Franz Grillparzer: Woman is the crown of all creation, but Woman is the crown of all creation, but Man is the head who wears it, and even the servant is master in his house. — Franz Grillparzer
All His Quotes By Gloria Furman: All around the world, God is giving and All around the world, God is giving and sustaining life to the praise of his grace. His mercy is new every morning, and it's always morning somewhere. — Gloria Furman
All His Quotes By Kelly Barnhill: A person's soul is bigger than his body. A person's soul is bigger than his body. It takes root and lives in all who love him. — Kelly Barnhill
All His Quotes By Bob Dylan: God is in heaven, and we all want God is in heaven, and we all want what's his. But power and greed and corruptible seed seem to be all that there is. — Bob Dylan
All His Quotes By Matthew Pearl: Shakespeare brings us to know ourselves. Dante, with Shakespeare brings us to know ourselves. Dante, with his dissection of all others, bids us to know one another. — Matthew Pearl
All His Quotes By Jim Bakker: Today, many Christians don't seem concerned about the Today, many Christians don't seem concerned about the Old Testament, but apparently God still has concern for His Law, all the way to the end of time. — Jim Bakker
All His Quotes By Mark Twain: A man can't get his rights in a A man can't get his rights in a govment like this. Sometimes I've a mighty notion to just leave the country for good and all. — Mark Twain
All His Quotes By George Orwell: The distinguishing mark of man is the hand, The distinguishing mark of man is the hand, the instrument with which he does all his mischief. — George Orwell
All His Quotes By Cormac McCarthy: She said that the breath of God was She said that the breath of God was his breath yet though it pass from man to man through all of time. — Cormac McCarthy
All His Quotes By Ramana Maharshi: There is nothing new to gain. On the There is nothing new to gain. On the other hand a man must lose his ignorance. That is all. — Ramana Maharshi
All His Quotes By Shane Harper: I love, love, love John Mayer. He's incredible. I love, love, love John Mayer. He's incredible. I love all of his records and even his John Mayer Trio stuff. — Shane Harper
All His Quotes By Herman Melville: Frighted Jonah trembles, and summoning all his boldness Frighted Jonah trembles, and summoning all his boldness to his face, only looks so much the more a coward. — Herman Melville
All His Quotes By Kapil Kumar Bhaskar: It is the Master who comes to the It is the Master who comes to the door of his student when the student is ready and the Master knows all the truth of his student — Kapil Kumar Bhaskar
All His Quotes By Seneca.: No one willingly reverts to the past unless No one willingly reverts to the past unless all his actions have passed his own censorship, which is never deceived. — Seneca.