Robowar Quotes

Collection of top 12 famous quotes about Robowar

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Robowar Quotes By Michael Frayn: Mathematics becomes very odd when you apply it Mathematics becomes very odd when you apply it to people. One plus one can add up to so many different sums — Michael Frayn
Robowar Quotes By Michelle Sagara: There is not a man born among us There is not a man born among us who dreams - at first - of service, although in the end, many are bent that way. — Michelle Sagara
Robowar Quotes By Andrew Thomas: Ideas that are at odds with the inherited Ideas that are at odds with the inherited collective wisdom of antiquity are always, on their face suspect. — Andrew Thomas
Robowar Quotes By Mokokoma Mokhonoana: Virginity comes standard. A good head is earned. Virginity comes standard. A good head is earned. — Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Robowar Quotes By Camelia C.: The heart will find solace after a lost The heart will find solace after a lost love, but once the soul is betrayed and broken it will always bleed and the wounds will never really heal,,,, — Camelia C.
Robowar Quotes By Paul Gibbons: Don't let Deepak Chopra manage your change program. Don't let Deepak Chopra manage your change program. — Paul Gibbons
Robowar Quotes By Sun Tzu: It is best to keep one's own state It is best to keep one's own state intact; to crush the enemy's state is only second best. — Sun Tzu
Robowar Quotes By Chris Heimerdinger: ... We [can't] escape the influence of sin ... We [can't] escape the influence of sin in the world, but [do] we have to pay money to see and hear it firsthand? — Chris Heimerdinger
Robowar Quotes By W. D. Snodgrass: I taught myself to name my name,To bark I taught myself to name my name,
To bark back, loosen love and crying;
To ease my woman so she came,
To ease an old man who was dying. — W. D. Snodgrass
Robowar Quotes By Clive James: When virtue had been declared a crime, there When virtue had been declared a crime, there was no refuge even in reticence. — Clive James