Sickens Quotes

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Sickens Quotes By George Edward Moore: Beauty has wings, and too hastily flies, and Beauty has wings, and too hastily flies, and love, unrewarded, soon sickens and dies. — George Edward Moore
Sickens Quotes By Philippa Gregory: There is nothing that sickens a country more There is nothing that sickens a country more than its own people fighting against one another. It destroys families; it is killing us daily. — Philippa Gregory
Sickens Quotes By Penn Jillette: People like Bill Maher, who brags about being People like Bill Maher, who brags about being a cynic, it sickens me. I am the least cynical person I know, and I am very, very skeptical. — Penn Jillette
Sickens Quotes By Michael Jackson: I will say again that I have never, I will say again that I have never, and would never, harm a child. It sickens me that people have written untrue things about me. — Michael Jackson
Sickens Quotes By George Eliot: What can still that hunger of the heart What can still that hunger of the heart which sickens the eye for beauty, and makes sweet-scented ease an oppression? — George Eliot
Sickens Quotes By Michel Houellebecq: I don't like this world. I definitely do I don't like this world. I definitely do not like it. The society in which I live disgusts
me; advertising sickens me; computers make me puke. — Michel Houellebecq
Sickens Quotes By Ovid: A soldier when aged is not appreciated; the A soldier when aged is not appreciated; the love of an old man sickens. — Ovid
Sickens Quotes By Barbara Tuchman: Nothing sickens me more than the closed door Nothing sickens me more than the closed door of a library. — Barbara Tuchman
Sickens Quotes By George Orwell: What sickens me about left-wing people, especially the What sickens me about left-wing people, especially the intellectuals, is their utter ignorance of the way things actually happen. — George Orwell