Cana's Quotes

Collection of top 12 famous quotes about Cana's

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Cana's Quotes By Graham Greene: No wine can be regarded as unimportant, my No wine can be regarded as unimportant, my friend, since the marriage at Cana. — Graham Greene
Cana's Quotes By S.J. Kincaid: Sorry, Tim," Yuri said, regret in his voice. Sorry, Tim," Yuri said, regret in his voice. "Normally I would not push you around, but I must because you have become such a pansy. — S.J. Kincaid
Cana's Quotes By Marcus Tullius Cicero: It is like taking the sun out of It is like taking the sun out of the world, to bereave human life of friendship. — Marcus Tullius Cicero
Cana's Quotes By J.K. Rowling: I think you're working and learning until you I think you're working and learning until you die. — J.K. Rowling
Cana's Quotes By Phillip Knightley: Journalists don't retire, writers don't retire. I'm still Journalists don't retire, writers don't retire. I'm still hoping for that other big story. There's always one just around the corner. — Phillip Knightley
Cana's Quotes By Camille Paglia: Love for all means coldness to something or Love for all means coldness to something or someone. Even Jesus, let us recall, was unnecessarily rude to his mother at Cana. — Camille Paglia
Cana's Quotes By Pearl S. Buck: In this unbelievable universe in which we live, In this unbelievable universe in which we live, there are no absolutes. Even parallel lines, reaching into infinity, meet somewhere yonder. — Pearl S. Buck
Cana's Quotes By Lorik Cana: We scored a goal and defended until the We scored a goal and defended until the end with great spirit. We have a lot of young players and I hope we can keep on like this. — Lorik Cana
Cana's Quotes By Fulton J. Sheen: At Cana, [Mary] gave Him as a Savior At Cana, [Mary] gave Him as a Savior to sinners; on the Cross He gave her as a refuge to sinners. — Fulton J. Sheen
Cana's Quotes By George Eliot: It will always remain true that if we It will always remain true that if we had been greater, circumstance would have been less strong against us. — George Eliot