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Laboriously Quotes By Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward: It seems to me that life is always It seems to me that life is always undoing for us something that we have just laboriously done. — Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
Laboriously Quotes By Richard Russo: If you work at comedy too laboriously, you If you work at comedy too laboriously, you can kill what's funny in the joke. — Richard Russo
Laboriously Quotes By Virginia Woolf: Desiring truth, awaiting it, laboriously distilling a few Desiring truth, awaiting it, laboriously distilling a few words, forever desiring
Virginia Woolf
Laboriously Quotes By Margaret Atwood: God gave unto the Animals A wisdom past God gave unto the Animals A wisdom past our power to see: Each knows innately how to live, Which we must learn laboriously. — Margaret Atwood
Laboriously Quotes By A.P. Herbert: The Common Law of England has been laboriously The Common Law of England has been laboriously built about a mythical figure-the figure of 'The Reasonable Man'. — A.P. Herbert
Laboriously Quotes By Chai Lu: Some aim to be deft, others to be Some aim to be deft, others to be laboriously careful. Neither dexterity nor conscientiousness is enough. — Chai Lu
Laboriously Quotes By H.P. Lovecraft: At last the spring thaw came, and graves At last the spring thaw came, and graves were laboriously prepared for the nine silent harvests of the grim reaper which waited in the tomb. — H.P. Lovecraft
Laboriously Quotes By Kate Smith: Since I have been singing for so many Since I have been singing for so many years, I don't always need to approach a song quite so laboriously and meticulously. — Kate Smith
Laboriously Quotes By Lars Saabye Christensen: We do not disappear without a trace. We We do not disappear without a trace. We leave a wake that never quite disappears, a gash in time that we so laboriously leave behind us. — Lars Saabye Christensen
Laboriously Quotes By Maurice Maeterlinck: What man is there that does not laboriously, What man is there that does not laboriously, though all unconsciously, himself fashion the sorrow that is to be the pivot of his life. — Maurice Maeterlinck