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Strain'd Quotes By Mary Whitten: I laughed at his honesty. I like people I laughed at his honesty. I like people who say what they are thinking. No need to guess and try strain your nonexistent psychic abilities. — Mary Whitten
Strain'd Quotes By Jack London: Old longings nomadic leap, Chafing at custom's chain; Old longings nomadic leap, Chafing at custom's chain; Again from its brumal sleep Wakens the ferine strain. — Jack London
Strain'd Quotes By Oswald Chambers: One of the greatest strains in life is One of the greatest strains in life is the strain of waiting for God. — Oswald Chambers
Strain'd Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: Decency and tolerance, to be of any value, Decency and tolerance, to be of any value, must be capable of withstanding the severest strain. — Mahatma Gandhi
Strain'd Quotes By Mary Roberts Rinehart: I suppose it is because woman's courage is I suppose it is because woman's courage is mental and man's physical, that in times of great strain women always make the better showing. — Mary Roberts Rinehart
Strain'd Quotes By Gerard Manley Hopkins: Birds buildbut not I build; no, but strain, Birds buildbut not I build; no, but strain, Time's eunuch, and not breed one work that wakes. Mine,O thou lord of life, send my roots rain. — Gerard Manley Hopkins
Strain'd Quotes By Frederick William Faber: We strain hardest for things which are almost, We strain hardest for things which are almost, but now quite within reach. — Frederick William Faber
Strain'd Quotes By John Scales: That's put a strain on his left-hand knee. That's put a strain on his left-hand knee. — John Scales
Strain'd Quotes By Alexander Pope: Soft is the strain when zephyr gently blows. Soft is the strain when zephyr gently blows. — Alexander Pope
Strain'd Quotes By Billy Graham: The strain of Christian service can result in The strain of Christian service can result in sickness ... I have known Christian workers who have risked their lives and health in serving the Lord. — Billy Graham
Strain'd Quotes By Paul Robeson: Freedom is a hard-bought thing and millions are Freedom is a hard-bought thing and millions are in chains, but they strain toward the new day drawing near. — Paul Robeson
Strain'd Quotes By Edwin Way Teale: Freedom from worries and surcease from strain are Freedom from worries and surcease from strain are illusions that always inhabit the distance. — Edwin Way Teale
Strain'd Quotes By Arthur Lydiard: Train, don't strain. Train, don't strain. — Arthur Lydiard
Strain'd Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: Unity to be real must survive the severest Unity to be real must survive the severest strain without breaking. — Mahatma Gandhi
Strain'd Quotes By John Bevere: Some offenses will be more challenging than those Some offenses will be more challenging than those for which we've been trained. This extra strain may cause — John Bevere
Strain'd Quotes By Mark Twain: It is not worth while to strain one's It is not worth while to strain one's self to tell the truth to people who habitually discount everything you tell them, whether it is true or isn't. — Mark Twain
Strain'd Quotes By George Bernard Shaw: It is not true that men can be It is not true that men can be divided into absolutely honest persons and absolutely dishonest ones. Our honesty varies with the strain put on it. — George Bernard Shaw
Strain'd Quotes By Thomas Eakins: Strain your brain more than your eye. Strain your brain more than your eye. — Thomas Eakins
Strain'd Quotes By Marcus Tullius Cicero: Strain every nerve to gain your point. Strain every nerve to gain your point. — Marcus Tullius Cicero
Strain'd Quotes By Ralph Waldo Emerson: Sooner or later that which is now life Sooner or later that which is now life shall be poetry, and every fair and manly trait shall add a richer strain to the song. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Strain'd Quotes By Ruth Gordon: Courage is like a strain of yoghurt culture, Courage is like a strain of yoghurt culture, if you have some you can have some more. — Ruth Gordon
Strain'd Quotes By Farrah Fawcett: Cancer is my own private war. The strain, Cancer is my own private war. The strain, the nausea, the fever take turns challenging my strength, my mind and my spirit ... — Farrah Fawcett
Strain'd Quotes By Jack Vance: A man is like a rope: both break A man is like a rope: both break at a definite strain ... The solution is not splicing the rope; it's lessening the tension. — Jack Vance
Strain'd Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: I refuse to put the unnecessary strain of I refuse to put the unnecessary strain of learning English upon my sisters for the sake of false pride or questionable social advantage. — Mahatma Gandhi
Strain'd Quotes By Alice Walker: But it ain't easy, trying to do without But it ain't easy, trying to do without God even if you know he ain't there, trying to do without him is a strain — Alice Walker
Strain'd Quotes By Edith Wharton: There are spines to which the immobility of There are spines to which the immobility of worship is not a strain. — Edith Wharton
Strain'd Quotes By William Wordsworth: When his veering gait And every motion of When his veering gait And every motion of his starry train Seem governed by a strain Of music, audible to him alone. — William Wordsworth
Strain'd Quotes By Ralph Waldo Emerson: That you are fair or wise is vain,Or That you are fair or wise is vain,
Or strong, or rich, or generous;
You must have also the untaught strain
That sheds beauty on the rose. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Strain'd Quotes By William Shakespeare: If music be the food of love, play If music be the food of love, play on. 1 Give me excess of it, that, surfeiting, 2 The appetite may sicken and so die. 3 That strain again! It — William Shakespeare
Strain'd Quotes By Augusten Burroughs: She was a rare psychotic-confessional-poet strain of salmonella. She was a rare psychotic-confessional-poet strain of salmonella. — Augusten Burroughs
Strain'd Quotes By William Shakespeare: My business was great, and in such a My business was great, and in such a case as mine a man may strain courtesy. — William Shakespeare
Strain'd Quotes By Daryl Hall: I don't really strain my voice. I don't really strain my voice. — Daryl Hall
Strain'd Quotes By Gena Showalter: I'm going to my room," Jessie Kay called. I'm going to my room," Jessie Kay called. "Y'all do me a favor and argue loud enough so I can listen in without having to strain myself. — Gena Showalter
Strain'd Quotes By Archibald MacLeish: The roots of the grass strain, Tighten, the The roots of the grass strain, Tighten, the earth is rigid, waits-he is waiting- And suddenly, and all at once, the rain! — Archibald MacLeish
Strain'd Quotes By Richard Preston: Initially, there were a lot of fears that Initially, there were a lot of fears that Ebola could mutate to become the airborne Andromeda strain that would wipe us all out. — Richard Preston
Strain'd Quotes By Elizabeth Missing Sewell: Any strain upon a girl's intellect is to Any strain upon a girl's intellect is to be dreaded, and any attempt to bring women into competition with men can scarcely escapefailure. — Elizabeth Missing Sewell
Strain'd Quotes By Rakesh Satyal: when time is tomorrow but still carries a when time is tomorrow but still carries a strain of today, when we are wiser and reborn all at once. — Rakesh Satyal
Strain'd Quotes By George Bernard Shaw: The degree of tolerance attainable at any moment The degree of tolerance attainable at any moment depends on the strain under which society is maintaining its cohesion. — George Bernard Shaw
Strain'd Quotes By Margaret Rutherford: You never have a comedian who hasn't got You never have a comedian who hasn't got a very deep strain of sadness within him or her. Every great clown has been very near to tragedy. — Margaret Rutherford
Strain'd Quotes By Jeffrey Sachs: The idea that the UN system could provide The idea that the UN system could provide real leadership on the great development challenges will strain credulity in some quarters. — Jeffrey Sachs
Strain'd Quotes By Gayle Forman: She's the bridge between the doctors and the She's the bridge between the doctors and the people, and you can see the strain of balancing between those two worlds. — Gayle Forman
Strain'd Quotes By Christiane Amanpour: We manage the fear, I manage the fear, We manage the fear, I manage the fear, but it certainly takes its toll, the strain does. — Christiane Amanpour
Strain'd Quotes By Ella Wheeler Wilcox: Time loves a new lay; and the dirge Time loves a new lay; and the dirge he is playing
Will change for you soon to a livelier strain. — Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Strain'd Quotes By Bram Stoker: It is too great a strain for a It is too great a strain for a woman to bear. I did not think so at first, but I know better now. — Bram Stoker
Strain'd Quotes By Lawrence Block: It's enough of a strain killing people. I've It's enough of a strain killing people. I've no time for deer.
Mick Ballou — Lawrence Block
Strain'd Quotes By Ernest Renan: No idea can succeed except at the expense No idea can succeed except at the expense of sacrifice; no one ever escapes without enduring strain from the struggle of life. — Ernest Renan
Strain'd Quotes By Homaro Cantu: Algae is the perfect food plant. It doubles Algae is the perfect food plant. It doubles cell mass every twelve hours, depending on the strain. — Homaro Cantu
Strain'd Quotes By J.D. Salinger: Where you girls from? Don't answer if you Where you girls from? Don't answer if you don't feel like it. I don't want you to strain yourself. — J.D. Salinger
Strain'd Quotes By Susan Vreeland: Allowing beauty a place in the soul was Allowing beauty a place in the soul was a powerful antidote to the stress and strain of mortal life. — Susan Vreeland
Strain'd Quotes By Robert Nathan: The moment when the battle ends is not The moment when the battle ends is not always a happy one: to fret and strain against evil is an act itself dear to a hearty spirit with convictions. — Robert Nathan
Strain'd Quotes By Aeschylus: The gods at will can shape a gladder The gods at will can shape a gladder strain, and from the lamentations at the graveside, a song of triumph may arise. — Aeschylus
Strain'd Quotes By Terry Venables: Penalties put too much strain on one player. Penalties put too much strain on one player. It could ruin his career if he's not a strong character. — Terry Venables
Strain'd Quotes By Sara Gruen: I strain to hear, but my old ears, I strain to hear, but my old ears, for all their obscene hugeness, pick up nothing but snippets: — Sara Gruen
Strain'd Quotes By Horace: The Sun, the stars and the seasons as The Sun, the stars and the seasons as they pass, some can gaze upon these with no strain of fear. — Horace
Strain'd Quotes By T. S. Eliot: Words strain, crack, and sometime break, under the Words strain, crack, and sometime break, under the burden. — T. S. Eliot
Strain'd Quotes By William Lyon Mackenzie King: Let it be remembered, too, that at a Let it be remembered, too, that at a time of war, nearly every one is under great strain. — William Lyon Mackenzie King
Strain'd Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: Love based upon indulgence of animal passion, is Love based upon indulgence of animal passion, is at best a selfish affair, and likely to snap under the slightest strain. — Mahatma Gandhi
Strain'd Quotes By Thomas Harris: When you feel strain, keep your mouth shut When you feel strain, keep your mouth shut if you can. — Thomas Harris
Strain'd Quotes By Christina Rossetti: For I am bound with fleshly bands,Joy, beauty, For I am bound with fleshly bands,
Joy, beauty, lie beyond my scope;
I strain my heart, I stretch my hands,
And catch at hope. — Christina Rossetti
Strain'd Quotes By Agatha Christie: Katherine Grey was born with the power of Katherine Grey was born with the power of managing old ladies, dogs, and small boys, and she did it without any apparent sense of strain. — Agatha Christie
Strain'd Quotes By Winston Churchill: If it weren't for painting, I wouldn't live; If it weren't for painting, I wouldn't live; I couldn't bear the extra strain of things. — Winston Churchill
Strain'd Quotes By Arthur Lydiard: My most frequent admonition to athletes and coaches My most frequent admonition to athletes and coaches is: train, do not strain. — Arthur Lydiard
Strain'd Quotes By Ralph Waldo Emerson: A difference of taste in jokes, is a A difference of taste in jokes, is a great strain on the affections. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Strain'd Quotes By Aristotle.: A democracy when put to the strain grows A democracy when put to the strain grows weak, and is supplanted by Oligarchy. — Aristotle.
Strain'd Quotes By Solange Nicole: Real life ... Witches: Wiccan practitioners. Werewolves: rare Real life ... Witches: Wiccan practitioners. Werewolves: rare strain of rabies. Zombies: Prions/Plague. Vampires: Hemophilia/Porphyria — Solange Nicole
Strain'd Quotes By Sun Tzu: Again, if the campaign is protracted, the resources Again, if the campaign is protracted, the resources of the State will not be equal to the strain. — Sun Tzu
Strain'd Quotes By Mason Cooley: I tried good taste, but the strain was I tried good taste, but the strain was too much for me. — Mason Cooley
Strain'd Quotes By Guy Gavriel Kay: Irritation for some men was their response to Irritation for some men was their response to strain. — Guy Gavriel Kay
Strain'd Quotes By Mike Duran: They strain over gnats and swallow camels. They They strain over gnats and swallow camels. They also cannibalize each other for power. — Mike Duran
Strain'd Quotes By Peter De Vries: All couples must bear the strain of getting All couples must bear the strain of getting acquainted, having been, up to then, merely intimate. — Peter De Vries
Strain'd Quotes By Aiden Wilson Tozer: There is a strain of loneliness infecting many There is a strain of loneliness infecting many Christians, which only the presence of God can cure. — Aiden Wilson Tozer
Strain'd Quotes By Jonathan Franzen: I find it a huge strain to be I find it a huge strain to be responsible for my tastes and be known and defined by them. — Jonathan Franzen
Strain'd Quotes By Diana Gabaldon: I had seen even well-established marriages shatter under I had seen even well-established marriages shatter under the strain of smaller things. And those that did not shatter, but were crippled by mistrust — Diana Gabaldon
Strain'd Quotes By Robert B. Leighton: Each step, each strain of the eye Opens Each step, each strain of the eye Opens out a new horizon; And every day throws in our way Something new, to grow more wise on. — Robert B. Leighton
Strain'd Quotes By Patricia Arquette: Neither of us entered marriage thinking it wouldn't Neither of us entered marriage thinking it wouldn't be a strain. Life has strains in it, and he's the person I want to strain with. — Patricia Arquette
Strain'd Quotes By Maud Hart Lovelace: One strain could call up the quivering expectancy One strain could call up the quivering expectancy of Christmas Eve, childhood, joy and sadness, the lonely wonder of a star — Maud Hart Lovelace
Strain'd Quotes By Merrie Haskell: An uncomfortable marriage can not bear the strain An uncomfortable marriage can not bear the strain of the death of a beloved donkey. — Merrie Haskell