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Beaten Down Quotes By Amy Andrews: A woman could do a lot of crazy A woman could do a lot of crazy things for a pair of fine-looking dimples. — Amy Andrews
Beaten Down Quotes By Charlaine Harris: Sometimes, instead of going down the road less Sometimes, instead of going down the road less taken, you just charge right down the beaten path. — Charlaine Harris
Beaten Down Quotes By Shannon Hale: Hope had been beaten to death. She dried Hope had been beaten to death. She dried her eyes, shut down her heart, and plunged herself into an emotional coma. So much easier not to feel. — Shannon Hale
Beaten Down Quotes By Georges Danton: You [Robespierre] will follow us soon. Your house You [Robespierre] will follow us soon. Your house will be beaten down and salt sown in the place where it stood. — Georges Danton
Beaten Down Quotes By Alexander Pope: A mighty maze! But not without a plan. A mighty maze! But not without a plan. — Alexander Pope
Beaten Down Quotes By Jack McDevitt: Truth, beaten down, may well rise again. But Truth, beaten down, may well rise again. But there's a reason it gets beaten down. Usually we don't like it very much. — Jack McDevitt
Beaten Down Quotes By Bill Parcells: I talked to the team a lot about I talked to the team a lot about staying power. You never find out if you have that until you've been beaten down a few times. — Bill Parcells
Beaten Down Quotes By Jose Saramago: A tree weeps when cut down, a dog A tree weeps when cut down, a dog howls when beaten, but a man matures when offended. — Jose Saramago
Beaten Down Quotes By Pope Innocent III: The universal Church of the faithful is one The universal Church of the faithful is one outside of which none is saved. — Pope Innocent III
Beaten Down Quotes By Bobcat Goldthwait: If you ever see me getting beaten by If you ever see me getting beaten by the police, put down the video camera and come help me. — Bobcat Goldthwait
Beaten Down Quotes By Jane Urquhart: The lake was a shield of beaten brass The lake was a shield of beaten brass flung down in the valley under a full sun. — Jane Urquhart
Beaten Down Quotes By Harold Russell: The human soul, beaten down, overwhelmed, faced by The human soul, beaten down, overwhelmed, faced by complete failure and ruin, can still rise up against unbearable odds and triumph. — Harold Russell
Beaten Down Quotes By Chris Weidman: I think any time you get beaten down I think any time you get beaten down and rise back up again, you become stronger. — Chris Weidman
Beaten Down Quotes By Andy Hyland: Hey, I know you're beaten down. But get Hey, I know you're beaten down. But get up. Get up until you can't anymore. Then, when you go, you go knowing you gave it all. — Andy Hyland
Beaten Down Quotes By Charles Bukowski: And I said, I was beaten down long And I said, I was beaten down long ago in some alley in another world. — Charles Bukowski
Beaten Down Quotes By Zora Neale Hurston: She was a rut in the road. Plenty She was a rut in the road. Plenty of life beneath the surface but it was kept beaten down by the wheels. — Zora Neale Hurston
Beaten Down Quotes By John Flanagan: It formed into small drops on his weather It formed into small drops on his weather beaten features, drops that rolled down his cheeks. Strangely, some of them tasted like salt. — John Flanagan
Beaten Down Quotes By Zebulon Pike: The Spanish troops returned and we could yet The Spanish troops returned and we could yet discover the grass beaten down in the direction which they went. — Zebulon Pike
Beaten Down Quotes By Rajneesh: Unless you love yourself, you can't love anybody. Unless you love yourself, you can't love anybody. Be selfish. — Rajneesh
Beaten Down Quotes By John Grisham: I struggle with racism every day I struggle with racism every day — John Grisham
Beaten Down Quotes By Marie Curie: First principle: never to let one's self be First principle: never to let one's self be beaten down by persons or by events. — Marie Curie