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Woman'which Quotes By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: A beautiful woman without fixed principles may be A beautiful woman without fixed principles may be likened to those fair but rootless flowers which float in streams, driven by every breeze. Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
Woman'which Quotes By Jill Lepore: In 1911, an "Amazon" meant any woman rebel In 1911, an "Amazon" meant any woman rebel - which, to a lot of people, meant any girl who left home and went to college. Jill Lepore
Woman'which Quotes By Anthony Kiedis: I find it hard to meet the right I find it hard to meet the right woman as people assume I'm a certain type of person - which I'm not. Anthony Kiedis
Woman'which Quotes By Helen Rowland: Marriage is the operation by which a woman's Marriage is the operation by which a woman's vanity and a man's egotism are extracted without an anaesthetic. Helen Rowland
Woman'which Quotes By Casey Wilson: Instead of going into politics, I decided to Instead of going into politics, I decided to go into comedy, which is the second most daunting career path for a woman. Casey Wilson
Woman'which Quotes By A.P. Herbert: The portions of a woman which appeal to The portions of a woman which appeal to man's depravity Are constructed with considerable care. A.P. Herbert
Woman'which Quotes By Malala Yousafzai: General Zia brought in Islamic laws which reduced General Zia brought in Islamic laws which reduced a woman's evidence in court to count for only half that of a man's. Malala Yousafzai
Woman'which Quotes By Isak Dinesen: Man and woman are two locked caskets, of Man and woman are two locked caskets, of which each contains the key to the other. Isak Dinesen
Woman'which Quotes By Virgil: That which an enraged woman can accomplish. That which an enraged woman can accomplish. Virgil
Woman'which Quotes By Oscar Wilde: The British cook, for her iniquities, is a The British cook, for her iniquities, is a foolish woman who should be turned into a pillar of salt which she never knows how to use. Oscar Wilde
Woman'which Quotes By Robert Shea: She was a woman with red hair and She was a woman with red hair and green eyes - the traits which Satan supposedly relished most in mortal females. — Robert Shea
Woman'which Quotes By Charles Dickens: Her father, cheering her, showed a compassionate superiority Her father, cheering her, showed a compassionate superiority to this woman's weakness, which was wonderful to see. — Charles Dickens
Woman'which Quotes By Anthony Trollope: There are words which a man cannot resist There are words which a man cannot resist from a woman, even though he knows them to be false. — Anthony Trollope
Woman'which Quotes By Croft M. Pentz: When a man marries a woman, they become When a man marries a woman, they become one-the trouble starts when they try to decide which one. — Croft M. Pentz
Woman'which Quotes By Andre Leon Talley: The zenith of elegance in any woman's wardrobe The zenith of elegance in any woman's wardrobe is the little black dress, the power of which suggests dash and refinement. — Andre Leon Talley
Woman'which Quotes By Margaret Sanger: Birth control is the means by which woman Birth control is the means by which woman attains basic freedom ... — Margaret Sanger
Woman'which Quotes By Majel Barrett: When we started out in '64, um, I When we started out in '64, um, I was playing Number One, which was a woman second in command of a star ship. — Majel Barrett
Woman'which Quotes By Helen Rowland: Woman: the peg on which the wit hangs Woman: the peg on which the wit hangs his jest, the preacher his text, the cynic his grouch and the sinner his justification. — Helen Rowland
Woman'which Quotes By Uma Thurman: To be with a man who hasn't tried To be with a man who hasn't tried every line, who hasn't broken up with a woman every which way you can break up with them, is kind of nice. — Uma Thurman
Woman'which Quotes By Faith Baldwin: I've always thought that the most perfect fate I've always thought that the most perfect fate which could befall any woman would be to be born a rich widow. — Faith Baldwin
Woman'which Quotes By Ellen DeGeneres: Asking who's the 'man' and who's the 'woman' Asking who's the 'man' and who's the 'woman' in a same-sex relationship is like asking which chopstick is the fork. — Ellen DeGeneres
Woman'which Quotes By R. Heber Newton: Housekeepers, homemakers, wives, and mothers are fundamental social Housekeepers, homemakers, wives, and mothers are fundamental social relations, which rest upon woman's characteristics, physical, mental, and moral. — R. Heber Newton
Woman'which Quotes By Richard Russo: My mother has always been the sort of My mother has always been the sort of woman whose emotional state can be intuited from the volume at which she rattles kitchen utensils. — Richard Russo
Woman'which Quotes By Kevin DeYoung: First, the way in which the woman was First, the way in which the woman was created indicates that she is the man's divinely designed complement. — Kevin DeYoung
Woman'which Quotes By Charles Dudley Warner: Woman is perpetual revolution, and is that element Woman is perpetual revolution, and is that element in the world which continually destroys and recreates. — Charles Dudley Warner
Woman'which Quotes By Albert Einstein: Lasting harmony with a woman (was) an undertaking Lasting harmony with a woman (was) an undertaking in which I twice failed rather disgracefully. — Albert Einstein
Woman'which Quotes By Matthew Gregory Lewis: Possession which cloys man, only increases the affection Possession which cloys man, only increases the affection of woman — Matthew Gregory Lewis
Woman'which Quotes By Benjamin: Man and woman have each of them qualities Man and woman have each of them qualities and tempers in which the other is deficient, and which in union contribute to the common felicity. — Benjamin
Woman'which Quotes By Marcel Proust: There is not a woman in the world There is not a woman in the world the possession of whom is as precious as that of the truths which she reveals to us by causing us to suffer. — Marcel Proust
Woman'which Quotes By Terry Tempest Williams: I grew up in a culture in which I grew up in a culture in which it was a sin for a woman to speak out. — Terry Tempest Williams
Woman'which Quotes By Nicolas Chamfort: Every woman in choosing a lover takes more Every woman in choosing a lover takes more account of the way in which other women regard the man than of her own. — Nicolas Chamfort
Woman'which Quotes By Ian T. Ker: After one of the lectures in Philadelphia, a After one of the lectures in Philadelphia, a woman asked Chesterton what made women talk so much, to which he replied, briefly, 'God, Madam'. — Ian T. Ker
Woman'which Quotes By Quinn Loftis: It really was true that behind every great It really was true that behind every great man is an even greater woman, which stood true for wolves as well. — Quinn Loftis
Woman'which Quotes By Estelle Ramey: The only useful answer to the question 'Who The only useful answer to the question 'Who is smarter, a man or a woman?' is, which man and which woman? — Estelle Ramey
Woman'which Quotes By Sonia Rykiel: With the exception of lingerie and theater I'm With the exception of lingerie and theater I'm interested in everything to do with clothes and perfumes: everything which is an extension of woman. — Sonia Rykiel
Woman'which Quotes By Ambrose Bierce: Beauty, n: the power by which a woman Beauty, n: the power by which a woman charms a lover and terrifies a husband. — Ambrose Bierce
Woman'which Quotes By Sylvia Day: What's your definition of dating?Lengthy social time spent What's your definition of dating?
Lengthy social time spent with a woman during which we're not actively fucking — Sylvia Day
Woman'which Quotes By F Scott Fitzgerald: It was about then [1920] that I wrote It was about then [1920] that I wrote a line which certain people will not let me forget: "She was a faded but still lovely woman of twenty-seven." — F Scott Fitzgerald
Woman'which Quotes By Terry Pratchett: She gave him a wink which would have She gave him a wink which would have got a younger woman jailed. — Terry Pratchett
Woman'which Quotes By Honore De Balzac: Nature endows woman alternately with a particular strength Nature endows woman alternately with a particular strength which helps her to suffer and a weakness which counsels her to be resigned. — Honore De Balzac
Woman'which Quotes By Yukio Mishima: The measure of a woman's power is the The measure of a woman's power is the degree of suffering with which she can punish her lover. — Yukio Mishima
Woman'which Quotes By Marie Helvin: The average British woman is a size 12 The average British woman is a size 12 to 14, but in modelling, a size 12 is considered huge, which is ridiculous. — Marie Helvin
Woman'which Quotes By J.G. Holland: A young man rarely gets a better vision A young man rarely gets a better vision of himself than that which is reflected from a true woman's eyes; for God himself sits behind them. — J.G. Holland
Woman'which Quotes By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe: That which is eternal in Woman lifts us That which is eternal in Woman lifts us above. — Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Woman'which Quotes By Ahmad Amani: What I read told me that the Mankindman What I read told me that the Mankindman was a strange creature which stand on to legs. It seems to be a man from both sides; maybe all sides are man! — Ahmad Amani
Woman'which Quotes By Patricia Hill Collins: That which commands admiration in the white woman That which commands admiration in the white woman only hastens the degradation of the female slave. — Patricia Hill Collins
Woman'which Quotes By David Wain: I don't believe in paying for sex. Which I don't believe in paying for sex. Which is why I'll never again pay for a woman's dinner. — David Wain
Woman'which Quotes By George Herbert: The dark grave, which knows all secrets, can The dark grave, which knows all secrets, can alone reclaim the fatal doubt once cast on a woman's name. — George Herbert
Woman'which Quotes By Thomas Jefferson: The appointment of a woman to office is The appointment of a woman to office is an innovation for which the public is not prepared, nor I. — Thomas Jefferson
Woman'which Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: The duty of motherhood, which the vast majority The duty of motherhood, which the vast majority of woman will always undertake, requires the qualities which men need not possess. — Mahatma Gandhi
Woman'which Quotes By Judy Gold: My mother is a tall woman - as My mother is a tall woman - as is everyone in my family. At her prime, she stood 5 feet 9 inches, which is quite unusual for a woman born in 1922. — Judy Gold
Woman'which Quotes By Saadi: Shut the door of that house of pleasure Shut the door of that house of pleasure which you hear resounding with the loud voice of a woman. — Saadi
Woman'which Quotes By Elizabeth Lesser: Beautiful quality that women have, which is we Beautiful quality that women have, which is we like to get together and gab. It's time to elevate that aspect of being a woman. — Elizabeth Lesser
Woman'which Quotes By Poetic Evolution: The woman I was yesterday, introduced me to The woman I was yesterday, introduced me to the woman I am today; which makes me very excited about meeting the woman I will become tomorrow. — Poetic Evolution
Woman'which Quotes By Lionel Shriver: To a man and woman, all of her To a man and woman, all of her elderly patients had been surprised to be old - which Avery privately regarded as a serious failure to pay attention. — Lionel Shriver
Woman'which Quotes By Victor Hugo: No one knows like a woman how to No one knows like a woman how to say things which are at once gentle and deep. — Victor Hugo
Woman'which Quotes By Juvenal: There is hardly a case in which the There is hardly a case in which the dispute was not caused by a woman. — Juvenal
Woman'which Quotes By Victor Hugo: After depositing in her heart one of the After depositing in her heart one of the two germs which are destined, later on, to fill the whole life of woman, coquetry. Love is the other. — Victor Hugo
Woman'which Quotes By Geraldine Brooks: Mental cruelty, nondisfiguring physical abuse or just plain Mental cruelty, nondisfiguring physical abuse or just plain unhappiness are rarely considered grounds on which a woman can seek divorce. — Geraldine Brooks
Woman'which Quotes By Dar Williams: But where do we come up with this But where do we come up with this notion of a woman in which the less space you take up, the more you're worth? — Dar Williams
Woman'which Quotes By Jane Austen: I have been meditating on the very great I have been meditating on the very great pleasure which a pair of fine eyes in the face of a pretty woman can bestow. — Jane Austen
Woman'which Quotes By Theodore Dreiser: Remember, love is all a woman has to Remember, love is all a woman has to give, but it is the only thing which God permits us to carry beyond the grave. — Theodore Dreiser
Woman'which Quotes By Victor Hugo: In the case of sand as in that In the case of sand as in that of woman, there is a fineness which is treacherous. — Victor Hugo
Woman'which Quotes By Edith Stein: The woman's soul is fashioned as a shelter The woman's soul is fashioned as a shelter in which other souls may unfold. — Edith Stein
Woman'which Quotes By Victor Hugo: Madame Thenardier was approaching her forties, which is Madame Thenardier was approaching her forties, which is equivalent to fifty in a woman ... — Victor Hugo
Woman'which Quotes By Jean Antoine Petit-Senn: There is certainly no beauty on earth which There is certainly no beauty on earth which exceeds the natural loveliness of woman. — Jean Antoine Petit-Senn
Woman'which Quotes By Margaret Sanger: Woman was and is condemned to a system Woman was and is condemned to a system under which the lawful rapes exceed the unlawful ones a million to one. — Margaret Sanger
Woman'which Quotes By D.H. Lawrence: She would have thought a woman would have She would have thought a woman would have died of shame. Instead of which, the shame died. — D.H. Lawrence
Woman'which Quotes By Daphne Du Maurier: A man's jealousy is like a child's, fitful A man's jealousy is like a child's, fitful and foolish, without depth. A woman's jealousy is adult, which is very different. — Daphne Du Maurier
Woman'which Quotes By Peter Diamandis: The goal of my work is to help The goal of my work is to help assure that we can create a world of abundance in which we meet the basic needs of every man, woman and child. — Peter Diamandis
Woman'which Quotes By Gertrude Atherton: Nursing is not only a natural vocation for Nursing is not only a natural vocation for a woman, but an occupation which increases her matrimonial chances about eighty per cent. — Gertrude Atherton
Woman'which Quotes By Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz: Not everything which comes from the birth parts Not everything which comes from the birth parts of a woman is a human being. — Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz
Woman'which Quotes By Adrienne Rich: A thinking woman sleeps with monstersthat beak which A thinking woman sleeps with monsters
that beak which grips her, she becomes. — Adrienne Rich
Woman'which Quotes By Mary Elizabeth Braddon: [...] that magic power of fascination by which [...] that magic power of fascination by which a woman can charm with a word or intoxicate with a smile — Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Woman'which Quotes By Elizabeth Cady Stanton: To think that all in me of which To think that all in me of which my father would have felt proper pride had I been a man, is deeply mortifying to him because I am a woman. — Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Woman'which Quotes By Alexander Dumas: A brave captain of Spahis cannot risk this, A brave captain of Spahis cannot risk this, even to gratify a pretty woman, which is, in my opinion, one of the most sacred obligations in the world. — Alexander Dumas
Woman'which Quotes By Louisa May Alcott: By gentle words and silent acts of kindness, By gentle words and silent acts of kindness, he had won her reverence and her trust, which now had deepened into woman's truest, purest love. — Louisa May Alcott
Woman'which Quotes By Helen Rowland: Woman's love a mirror in which a man Woman's love
a mirror in which a man beholds himself glorified, magnified and deified. — Helen Rowland
Woman'which Quotes By Bryan Procter: The sweetest noise on earth, a woman's tongue; The sweetest noise on earth, a woman's tongue; A string which hath no discord. — Bryan Procter
Woman'which Quotes By George Granville, 1st Baron Lansdowne: Of all the plagues with which the world Of all the plagues with which the world is curst, Of every ill, a woman is the worst. — George Granville, 1st Baron Lansdowne
Woman'which Quotes By Pythagoras: There is a good principle which created order, There is a good principle which created order, light, and man, and an evil principle which created chaos, darkness, and woman. — Pythagoras
Woman'which Quotes By Ellen Key: Socialism and the woman movement are two mighty Socialism and the woman movement are two mighty streams which drag along with them great parts of the firm formations which they touch. — Ellen Key
Woman'which Quotes By Gilbert K. Chesterton: When a woman puts up her fists to When a woman puts up her fists to a man she is putting herself in the only posture in which he is not afraid of her. — Gilbert K. Chesterton
Woman'which Quotes By Debra Webb: I'm a woman. Forty-five in female years (which I'm a woman. Forty-five in female years (which is about a hundred and thirty in male years - bastards). — Debra Webb
Woman'which Quotes By Richard Whately: Woman is like the reed which bends to Woman is like the reed which bends to every breeze, but breaks not in the tempest. — Richard Whately
Woman'which Quotes By Ayn Rand: Abortion is a moral right - which should Abortion is a moral right - which should be left to the sole discretion of the woman involved. — Ayn Rand
Woman'which Quotes By Brent Weeks: Now you speak with the insight I'd expect Now you speak with the insight I'd expect from a woman. Which is to say none. — Brent Weeks
Woman'which Quotes By Montgomery Clift: The thing that bugs me is the average The thing that bugs me is the average woman's complete ignorance of the functional purpose of cosmetics, which is to supplement, not conceal. — Montgomery Clift
Woman'which Quotes By Madeleine L'Engle: Oh, girl, not woman, more than child, Which Oh, girl, not woman, more than child, Which of us two is the more wild? So — Madeleine L'Engle
Woman'which Quotes By Nicole Brossard: The lesbian is a mental energy which gives The lesbian is a mental energy which gives breath and meaning to the most positive of images a woman can have of herself. — Nicole Brossard