The Dogs Of War Quotes

Collection of top 11 famous quotes about The Dogs Of War

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The Dogs Of War Quotes By Percy Bysshe Shelley: Love's Pestilence, and her slow dogs of war. Love's Pestilence, and her slow dogs of war. Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Dogs Of War Quotes By Jean Paul: Like the greatest virtue and the worst dogs, Like the greatest virtue and the worst dogs, the fiercest hatred is silent. — Jean Paul
The Dogs Of War Quotes By Ilghazi: Come on soldiers! Guardians and agents of the Come on soldiers! Guardians and agents of the supreme law! Here is a sacrifice of dogs ready for your swords! — Ilghazi
The Dogs Of War Quotes By William Shakespeare: Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war! — William Shakespeare
The Dogs Of War Quotes By Anthony Marais: Fireworks: we shoot them off gaily while our Fireworks: we shoot them off gaily while our dogs hide under the bed. Philosophers are dogs! — Anthony Marais
The Dogs Of War Quotes By Edwin M. Stanton: If I tap that little bell, I can If I tap that little bell, I can send you to a place where you will never hear the dogs bark. — Edwin M. Stanton
The Dogs Of War Quotes By Huey Long: I would never rob your cradles to feed I would never rob your cradles to feed the dogs of warHuey Long
The Dogs Of War Quotes By James Jones: War don't ennoble men, it turns 'em into War don't ennoble men, it turns 'em into dogs. It poisons the soul. — James Jones
The Dogs Of War Quotes By Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor: Do not forget your dogs of war, your Do not forget your dogs of war, your big guns, which are the most-to-be respected arguments of the rights of kings. — Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor
The Dogs Of War Quotes By Catherine Deneuve: The paparazzi are nothing but dogs of war. The paparazzi are nothing but dogs of war. — Catherine Deneuve
The Dogs Of War Quotes By William Shakespeare: Cry 'Havoc!'108 and let slip109 the dogs of Cry 'Havoc!'108 and let slip109 the dogs of war, — William Shakespeare