Favourite French Quotes

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Favourite French Quotes By Elizabeth Hurley: The whole thing with modeling with Estee Lauder The whole thing with modeling with Estee Lauder - no one could have a better, nicer modeling job. Elizabeth Hurley
Favourite French Quotes By Stanislas Wawrinka: My favourite film is 'Le Diner de Cons,' My favourite film is 'Le Diner de Cons,' a French movie. Stanislas Wawrinka
Favourite French Quotes By Ethan Nichtern: Karma is what we fabricate when we no Karma is what we fabricate when we no longer trust the universe. Ethan Nichtern
Favourite French Quotes By Siri Hustvedt: People can't help what they feel. It's what People can't help what they feel. It's what they do that counts — Siri Hustvedt
Favourite French Quotes By Mustafa Kemal Ataturk: This nation has never lived without independence. We This nation has never lived without independence. We cannot and shall not live without it. Either independence or death. — Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
Favourite French Quotes By Madeleine Albright: I don't actually believe in a clash of I don't actually believe in a clash of civilizations. I believe in a clash of the civilized and the noncivilized. — Madeleine Albright
Favourite French Quotes By Barbara Ann Kipfer: Everything we do tells something about us. Everything we do tells something about us. — Barbara Ann Kipfer
Favourite French Quotes By Horace: There is likewise a reward for faithful silence. There is likewise a reward for faithful silence. — Horace
Favourite French Quotes By N.D. Wilson: Your life is your own, your glory is Your life is your own, your glory is your glory, but you will lose it if you keep it for yourself. Grasp it for the sake of others ... — N.D. Wilson
Favourite French Quotes By Jen Lancaster: This way, when I do have something like This way, when I do have something like special-occasion engagement cake, I can enjoy the whole damn thing without a twinge of remorse. I — Jen Lancaster