Practised Quotes

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Practised Quotes By Catherynne M Valente: Being on time is a filthy habit practised Being on time is a filthy habit practised only by roosters and retirees. Catherynne M Valente
Practised Quotes By Martha Gellhorn: If I practised sex, out of moral conviction, If I practised sex, out of moral conviction, that was one thing; but to enjoy it ... seemed a defeat. Martha Gellhorn
Practised Quotes By Kirk Douglas: I was not a very good Jew. I I was not a very good Jew. I never practised what Judaism tells you to do, to teach your kids all about Judaism. — Kirk Douglas
Practised Quotes By Andrea Bocelli: People are often quite surprised by the sport People are often quite surprised by the sport and leisure activities practised by the blind. For example, tandem cycling is very popular. — Andrea Bocelli
Practised Quotes By W. Somerset Maugham: Is it rash to assume that when a Is it rash to assume that when a practised writer says a thing, he is more likely to mean what he says than what his commentators think he means? — W. Somerset Maugham
Practised Quotes By Richard K. Morgan: Every skill must be practised. Every act rehearsed. Every skill must be practised. Every act rehearsed. A blade is only a blade when it cuts. — Richard K. Morgan
Practised Quotes By Edward De Bono: Creative thinking - in terms of idea creativity Creative thinking - in terms of idea creativity - is not a mystical talent. It is a skill that can be practised and nurtured. — Edward De Bono
Practised Quotes By Kamini Arichandran: The fine art of restraint, timely practised, is The fine art of restraint, timely practised, is too beautiful, to go against. — Kamini Arichandran
Practised Quotes By William Wordsworth: A lawyer art thou? Draw not nigh! Go, A lawyer art thou? Draw not nigh! Go, carry to some fitter place The keenness of that practised eye, The hardness of that sallow face. — William Wordsworth
Practised Quotes By Robert Burton: That which others hear or read of, I That which others hear or read of, I felt and practised myself; they get their knowledge by books, I mine by melancholizing. — Robert Burton
Practised Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: Before civil disobedience can be practised on a Before civil disobedience can be practised on a vast scale, people must learn the art of civil or voluntary obedience. — Mahatma Gandhi
Practised Quotes By Anupam Kher: Practice makes an actor excel. It is like Practice makes an actor excel. It is like cycling and motor driving. It is an art, which can be learnt and practised. — Anupam Kher
Practised Quotes By Nicolas Chamfort: Marriage, as practised by high society, is arranged Marriage, as practised by high society, is arranged indecency. — Nicolas Chamfort
Practised Quotes By Harvey Penick: Never try a shot you haven't practised. Never try a shot you haven't practised. — Harvey Penick
Practised Quotes By Rafael Sabatini: Robbery is a serious, shameful matter, Captain Blood." Robbery is a serious, shameful matter, Captain Blood." "I know it is. I've practised a good deal of it myself. — Rafael Sabatini
Practised Quotes By Pablo De Sarasate: A genius! For 37 years I've practised fourteen A genius! For 37 years I've practised fourteen hours a day, and now they call me a genius! — Pablo De Sarasate
Practised Quotes By Mark Lawrence: A practised liar gets good at noticing the A practised liar gets good at noticing the failings of those with less practice. — Mark Lawrence
Practised Quotes By Friedrich Nietzsche: Love of one is a piece of barbarism: Love of one is a piece of barbarism: for it is practised at the expense of all others. Love of God likewise. — Friedrich Nietzsche
Practised Quotes By Marcel Proust: since she would never have practised the cult since she would never have practised the cult of these things, she would take no impious delight in their profanation. — Marcel Proust