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Davies Quotes By David Clement-Davies: Wolves hate farewells,... Wolves hate farewells,... David Clement-Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Any theologian understands martyrdom, but only the martyr Any theologian understands martyrdom, but only the martyr experiences the fire. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Art is wine and experience is the brandy Art is wine and experience is the brandy we distill from it. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Virginia Woolf: Mr John Langdon Davies warns women 'that when Mr John Langdon Davies warns women 'that when children cease to be altogether desirable, women cease to be altogether necessary'. — Virginia Woolf
Davies Quotes By Mary Carolyn Davies: The talking oak To the ancient spoke. But The talking oak To the ancient spoke. But any tree Will talk to me. — Mary Carolyn Davies
Davies Quotes By Gavyn Davies: Almost everyone will find something in our services Almost everyone will find something in our services worth paying for. — Gavyn Davies
Davies Quotes By Luke Davies: I'm hurling all the little joys against the I'm hurling all the little joys against the greater sadness. The sadness is a giant weight. It presses down. Its mean: What's the point? — Luke Davies
Davies Quotes By Alan Davies: I'm more inclined to linger in the science I'm more inclined to linger in the science pages of 'The Week' magazine. But my principle obsessions are still watching sitcoms and football. — Alan Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: Compared to the bugs and the spiders and Compared to the bugs and the spiders and flies, I am an apeman. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Boredom and stupidity and patriotism, especially when combined, Boredom and stupidity and patriotism, especially when combined, are three of the greatest evils of the world we live in. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: The world is full of people whose notion The world is full of people whose notion of a satisfactory future is, in fact, a return to the idealised past. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Dave Davies: There's no point waking up in the morning There's no point waking up in the morning feeling sorry for yourself. — Dave Davies
Davies Quotes By Samuel Davies: The venerable dead are waiting in my library The venerable dead are waiting in my library to entertain me and relieve me from the nonsense of surviving mortals. — Samuel Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: The art of the quoter is to know The art of the quoter is to know when to stop. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Andrew Davies: You're stuck with being yourself, so the important You're stuck with being yourself, so the important thing is to find people who like that. — Andrew Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: My lifelong involvement with Mrs Dempster began at My lifelong involvement with Mrs Dempster began at 5:58 o'clock p.m. on 27 December 1908, at which time I was ten years and seven months old. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Andrew Davies: I prefer love scenes to be shot up I prefer love scenes to be shot up close with a lot of focus on eyes and mouths. Otherwise it can feel uncomfortable and voyeuristic. — Andrew Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: You'll go far. How do I know? Because You'll go far. How do I know? Because life is goosing you so hard you'll never stop climbing. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: In your heart there is innocence waiting to In your heart there is innocence waiting to be free. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: The only time I feel at ease is The only time I feel at ease is swinging up and down in a coconut tree. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Jocelyn Davies: Love. The great destroyer of worlds. Love. The great destroyer of worlds. — Jocelyn Davies
Davies Quotes By Russell T. Davies: I hate the idea that I have to I hate the idea that I have to represent any particular section of society; I just write good telly, that's all. — Russell T. Davies
Davies Quotes By Luke Davies: And I come to realise that all my And I come to realise that all my small todays, the way I act, will lead into my tomorrows. — Luke Davies
Davies Quotes By John Langdon-Davies: By 1960 work will be limited to three By 1960 work will be limited to three hours a day. — John Langdon-Davies
Davies Quotes By Paul Davies: The origin of life is one of the The origin of life is one of the great outstanding mysteries of science. — Paul Davies
Davies Quotes By Debbie Davies: When you are so strongly drawn to music, When you are so strongly drawn to music, you can't not be a musician. — Debbie Davies
Davies Quotes By Jocelyn Davies: Why would he do that? I thoughthe saidhe Why would he do that? I thought
he said
he loved me." "As if I needed a reason to hate him more," Asher muttered, avoiding my gaze. — Jocelyn Davies
Davies Quotes By John Rhys-Davies: I love a good safari. I love a good safari. — John Rhys-Davies
Davies Quotes By Dave Davies: I love playing live now more than ever. I love playing live now more than ever. I enjoy it, I think it keeps you young. — Dave Davies
Davies Quotes By Peter Maxwell Davies: I know what I want at least, and I know what I want at least, and the older I get I think I'm better at getting it out of players and singers. — Peter Maxwell Davies
Davies Quotes By Alan Davies: I'm not a great shopper but I do I'm not a great shopper but I do buy a lot of books. I'm the publishers' friend - I buy a hundred books a year and read four. — Alan Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: Life is only what you wonder. Day is Life is only what you wonder. Day is light as your brightest dream. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Dave Davies: Good rock music always tends to be around. Good rock music always tends to be around. — Dave Davies
Davies Quotes By Peter Maxwell Davies: You can't pander to your audience. You might You can't pander to your audience. You might in the short term, but ultimately you can't hoodwink them, either. — Peter Maxwell Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Love affairs are for emotional sprinters; the pleasures Love affairs are for emotional sprinters; the pleasures of love are for the emotional marathoners. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: I cannot remember a time when I did I cannot remember a time when I did not take it as understood that everybody has at least two, if not twenty-two sides to him. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: True love is really animal. True love is really animal. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Daniel Handler: Either you have the feeling or you don't. Either you have the feeling or you don't. Hawk DaviesDaniel Handler
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: A world without corruption would be a strange A world without corruption would be a strange world indeed - and a damned bad world for lawyers, let me say. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Alan Davies: A foolproof plan for not getting a job A foolproof plan for not getting a job - show up for your interview wearing flip flops. — Alan Davies
Davies Quotes By Dave Davies: 'Hound Dog' is a really short record, and 'Hound Dog' is a really short record, and most singles didn't last three minutes. — Dave Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Conversation in its true meaning isn't all wagging Conversation in its true meaning isn't all wagging the tongue; sometimes it is a deeply shared silence. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: In the end, it is upon the quality In the end, it is upon the quality and commitment of individuals that all group movements depend. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Andrew Davies: The older I get, the more fun it The older I get, the more fun it is to write young people. It's just a holiday from what is becoming old age, really. — Andrew Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: If New Orleans is allowed to die, a If New Orleans is allowed to die, a crucial part of the world's music heritage will disappear. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Nobody who looks as though he enjoyed life Nobody who looks as though he enjoyed life is ever called distinguished, though he is a man in a million. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Mandy Rice-Davies: He would, wouldn't he? He would, wouldn't he? — Mandy Rice-Davies
Davies Quotes By Jacqueline Davies: It's like you miss a year of your It's like you miss a year of your life, — Jacqueline Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: We are the Draft Beer Preservation Society. We are the Draft Beer Preservation Society. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Dave Davies: My family making music was like a folk My family making music was like a folk background, really: banging on tabletops, playing banjo and all kinds of things. — Dave Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: It seemed to me as if the stones It seemed to me as if the stones sang, in the strangest voices, in the language of Ultima Thule. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Alan Davies: I was hugely disappointed that 'Whites' was cancelled. I was hugely disappointed that 'Whites' was cancelled. — Alan Davies
Davies Quotes By Luke Davies: When you can stop you don't want to, When you can stop you don't want to, and when you want to stop, you can't ... — Luke Davies
Davies Quotes By Barry Davies: It slid away from his left boot which It slid away from his left boot which was poised with the trigger cocked — Barry Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: We live in a world where bulk is We live in a world where bulk is equated with quality. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Philip Davies: I think in this country [UK] we could I think in this country [UK] we could do with rather less political correctness and more straight talking across the board. — Philip Davies
Davies Quotes By Robertson Davies: Very few [doctors] are men of science in Very few [doctors] are men of science in any very serious sense; they're men of technique. — Robertson Davies
Davies Quotes By Norman Davies: The immediate future may be determined by a The immediate future may be determined by a race between the United Kingdom and the EU over which beats the other to a major crisis. — Norman Davies
Davies Quotes By Edward Davies: How do you write a letter on the How do you write a letter on the spur of the moment? And then post it? On the spur of the moment? — Edward Davies
Davies Quotes By Suzy Davies: I want to sling a stone, a small I want to sling a stone, a small rock into a pool, see it ripple. I want to shake a tree, create a small storm.. — Suzy Davies
Davies Quotes By Norman Davies: The Fascist utopia, like that of the Communists, The Fascist utopia, like that of the Communists, was false, and generated immense suffering. But there were those who dreamed it sincerely. — Norman Davies
Davies Quotes By Ray Davies: You make alterations, affecting your pose, a new You make alterations, affecting your pose, a new house, a new car, a new job, a new nose. — Ray Davies
Davies Quotes By Amias Davies: They're trying to fill you with insanity They're trying to fill you with insanity — Amias Davies
Davies Quotes By Amy Bloom: There are two trilogies I admire: Robertson Davies's There are two trilogies I admire: Robertson Davies's 'The Deptford Trilogy' and Philip Pullman's 'His Dark Materials.' — Amy Bloom