Timeslip Quotes

Collection of top 15 famous quotes about Timeslip

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Timeslip Quotes By Flann O'Brien: It is a great thing to do what It is a great thing to do what is necessary before it becomes essential and unavoidable. Flann O'Brien
Timeslip Quotes By Novalis: Man is a sun, his senses are the Man is a sun, his senses are the planets. Novalis
Timeslip Quotes By Theo James: I did my share of kid acting, like I did my share of kid acting, like lots of us do. I even played King Herod when I was 6, but when I got to the end of my school period, that was it. — Theo James
Timeslip Quotes By Cassie Mae: All right, Cujo. Don't bark at me. I All right, Cujo. Don't bark at me. I was just curious. — Cassie Mae
Timeslip Quotes By Sun Tzu: Correct your mistake as soon as you have Correct your mistake as soon as you have found it. — Sun Tzu
Timeslip Quotes By Donald Trump: You don't get a standing ovation and get You don't get a standing ovation and get boos, by the way. They don't go hand in hand. — Donald Trump
Timeslip Quotes By Pearl Zhu: You can't improve what you are not managing, You can't improve what you are not managing, you can't manage what you are not measuring, and you can't measure what you are not focusing. — Pearl Zhu
Timeslip Quotes By Leif Enger: When I woke in the dark I was When I woke in the dark I was smiling - it's a happy thing to brace for a visit from old friend Envy who then for some reason never shows up. — Leif Enger
Timeslip Quotes By Lyndon B. Johnson: A President's hardest task is not to do A President's hardest task is not to do what is right, but to know what is right. — Lyndon B. Johnson
Timeslip Quotes By Ken Follett: He was nineteen years old, homeless and rootless, He was nineteen years old, homeless and rootless, with no family and no purpose in life. — Ken Follett
Timeslip Quotes By Charles Maurice De Talleyrand-Perigord: They had learned nothing and forgotten nothing. They had learned nothing and forgotten nothing. — Charles Maurice De Talleyrand-Perigord