Ramparts Quotes

Collection of top 9 famous quotes about Ramparts

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Ramparts Quotes By Charlie Chaplin: Quebec from the boat looked like the ramparts Quebec from the boat looked like the ramparts where Hamlet's ghost might have walked. Charlie Chaplin
Ramparts Quotes By Sun Tzu: If I wish to engage, then the enemy, If I wish to engage, then the enemy, for all his high ramparts and deep moat, cannot avoid engagement; I attack that which he is obliged to rescue. — Sun Tzu
Ramparts Quotes By Brock Clarke: That was his phrase - "the high ramparts That was his phrase - "the high ramparts of my defensiveness"- and I remembered it in case I ever decide to build and then describe my own ramparts. — Brock Clarke
Ramparts Quotes By Franklin D. Roosevelt: To stand upon ramparts and die for our To stand upon ramparts and die for our principles is heroic, but to sally forth to battle and win for our principles is something more than heroic. — Franklin D. Roosevelt
Ramparts Quotes By Victor Hugo: To a gargoyle on the ramparts of Notre To a gargoyle on the ramparts of Notre Dame as Esmeralda rides off with Gringoire Quasimodo says. Why was I not made of stone like thee? — Victor Hugo
Ramparts Quotes By Rainbow Rowell: I walk the ramparts at night in a I walk the ramparts at night in a white dress and a knee-length woven cloak. The weather's turning. I feel the roses in my cheeks. — Rainbow Rowell
Ramparts Quotes By Barbara W. Tuchman: The castle's predecessor, the Roman villa, had been The castle's predecessor, the Roman villa, had been unfortified, depending on Roman law and the Roman legions for its ramparts. — Barbara W. Tuchman