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Mired Quotes By Lish McBride: If she ran, at least her body still If she ran, at least her body still had motion, even if her brain was mired under responsibility. — Lish McBride
Mired Quotes By Chuck Palahniuk: She wanted a choice beyond: Housewife versus lawyer. She wanted a choice beyond: Housewife versus lawyer. Madonna versus whore. An option not mired in the lingering detritus of some Victorian-era dream. — Chuck Palahniuk
Mired Quotes By Jettie Necole: The boy continued with a desperate note. "You The boy continued with a desperate note. "You may have saved my life, but it is not my life any longer, it is yours. — Jettie Necole
Mired Quotes By John Ralston Saul: If economists were doctors, they would today be If economists were doctors, they would today be mired in malpractice suits. — John Ralston Saul
Mired Quotes By Thomas Aquinas: Man has free choice, or otherwise counsels, exhortations, Man has free choice, or otherwise counsels, exhortations, commands, prohibitions, rewards and punishments would be in vain. — Thomas Aquinas
Mired Quotes By Alex Jones: Hollywood is owned by the Arabs. Hollywood is owned by the Arabs. — Alex Jones
Mired Quotes By Donna T. Cavanagh: Get off the negative treadmill It does not Get off the negative treadmill It does not help you in any way It keeps your mind mired in the past and leads your heart astray — Donna T. Cavanagh
Mired Quotes By S. Nassir Ghaemi: The depressed person is mired in the past; The depressed person is mired in the past; the manic person is obsessed with the future. Both destroy the present in the process. — S. Nassir Ghaemi
Mired Quotes By Fred D'Aguiar: I'm interested in someone who's mired in grief: I'm interested in someone who's mired in grief: how do you get back to that thing that makes them warm? Because you know that's in there. — Fred D'Aguiar
Mired Quotes By Debasish Mridha: A true dreamer dreams when he is awake. A true dreamer dreams when he is awake. — Debasish Mridha
Mired Quotes By Aristotle.: When the storytelling goes bad in a society, When the storytelling goes bad in a society, the result is decadence. — Aristotle.
Mired Quotes By Holly Black: water wants to flow, water wants to flow, — Holly Black
Mired Quotes By Neal Shusterman: Human nature is both predictable and mysterious; prone Human nature is both predictable and mysterious; prone to great and sudden advances, yet still mired in despicable self-interest. — Neal Shusterman
Mired Quotes By Nigel Farage: The EU is mired in deep structural crisis. The EU is mired in deep structural crisis. Greece, Portugal and Ireland cannot survive inside the Euro. — Nigel Farage
Mired Quotes By Taite Adams: A life lived mired in resentment is one A life lived mired in resentment is one that is lived primarily in the past and this is never one that is filled with joy. — Taite Adams
Mired Quotes By Herb Alpert: I'm sure I'll go back again and record I'm sure I'll go back again and record in the digital process. — Herb Alpert
Mired Quotes By Ruth Rendell: I'm a very rigorous person. I like to I'm a very rigorous person. I like to take exercise. People get mired in old age, they get bent and twisted, but I can stop that. — Ruth Rendell
Mired Quotes By Fred D'Aguiar: If you're just mired in privilege, there's nothing If you're just mired in privilege, there's nothing to learn; learning appears to be over. — Fred D'Aguiar
Mired Quotes By Carl Sagan: Absolute certainty will always elude us. We will Absolute certainty will always elude us. We will always be mired in error. The most each generation can hope for is to reduce the error ... — Carl Sagan
Mired Quotes By Louise Penny: It's so easy to get mired in the It's so easy to get mired in the all too obvious cruelty of the world. It's natural. But to really heal, we need to recognize the goodness too. — Louise Penny
Mired Quotes By M.H. Rakib: Today, man has been mired in invalidness up Today, man has been mired in invalidness up to such an extent, that being suspicious about reality isn't in his hand. — M.H. Rakib