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#1. I have learned how to love. And it's a terrible thing. I'm broken. My heart is broken. Help me. - Author: Kate DiCamillo
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#2. SEASONS PASSED, FALL AND WINTER and spring and summer. Leaves blew in through the open door of Lucius Clarke's shop, and rain, and the green outrageous hopeful light of spring. People came and went, grandmothers and doll collectors and little girls with their mothers. Edward Tulane waited. The seasons turned into years. Edward Tulane waited. He repeated the old doll's words over and over until they wore a smooth groove of hope in his brain: Someone will come; someone will come for you. - Author: Kate DiCamillo
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#3. The Management of money is, in much, the management of self. If heaven allotted to each man seven guardian angels, five of them, at least, would be found night and day hovering over his pockets. - Author: Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton
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#4. We want to support our troops because they didn't make the decision to go there ... but I don't think it should be open-ended. We ought to have a benchmark where the administration has to come back and give us a report. - Author: Edward Kennedy
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#5. They have written volumes out of which a couplet of verse, a period in prose, may cling to the rock of ages, as a shell that survives a deluge. - Author: Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton
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#6. In marriage, the occasional catastrophic crisis is easier to manage than the daily routine. - Author: Edward Abbey
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#7. The vain, inconstant, rebellious disposition of the people [of Armorica], was incompatible either with freedom or servitude. - Author: Edward Gibbon
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#8. Men never forgive those in whom there is nothing to pardon. - Author: Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton
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#9. We know every moment is a moment of grace, every hour an offering....

- Elie Wiesel, Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech, 1986 - Author: Edward Iwata
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#10. War, in its fairest form, implies a perpetual violation of humanity and justice. - Author: Edward Gibbon
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#11. It's always great to do a movie that you find is entertaining, but also can give some sort of political or social message. - Author: Edward Zwick
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#12. We are at last on the high lands of Mexico, the districts which at least three different races have chosen to settle in, neglecting the fertile country below. - Author: Edward Burnett Tylor
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#13. Why We Do What We Do: Understanding Self-Motivation BY EDWARD L. DECI WITH RICHARD FLASTE - Author: Daniel H. Pink
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#14. The chaste severity of the fathers in whatever related to the commerce of the two sexes flowed from the same principle
their abhorrence of every enjoyment which might gratify the sensual and degrade the spiritual nature of man. It was their favourite opinion, that if Adam had preserved his obedience to the Creator, he would have lived for ever in a state of virgin purity, and that some harmless mode of vegetation might have peopled paradise with a race of innocent and immortal beings. - Author: Edward Gibbon
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#15. The main shortcoming of humanistic scholarship is its extreme anthropocentrism. Nothing, it seems, matters in the creative arts and critical humanistic analyses except as it can be expressed as a perspective of present-day literate culture. Everything tends to be weighed by its immediate impact on people. Meaning is drawn from that which is valued exclusively in human terms. The most important consequence is that we are left with very little to compare with the rest of life. The deficit shrinks the ground on which we can understand and judge ourselves. - Author: Edward O. Wilson
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#16. A discussion should be a genuine attempt to explore a subject rather than a battle between competing egos. - Author: Edward De Bono
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#17. The precision of hisskill places his work beyond the tentative and the experimental stage. He is continually searching and exploring both himself and his surroundings. and in this exploration of the realm of places, people and things, contrasts and relationships, Callahan is no respecter of conventional technical formula or code. His delicate sense of pattern is an integral part of his photography and not a thing by itself. - Author: Edward Steichen
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#18. As in smooth oil the razor best is whet, So wit is by politeness sharpest set; Their want of edge from their offence is seen, Both pain us least when exquisitely keen. - Author: Edward Young
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#19. No task is more difficult than systematic hypocrisy. - Author: Edward George, Baron George
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#20. Learning is a process of modifying or completely changing our mental models based on new experiences or evidence. - Author: Edward D. Hess
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#21. Power BI Desktop has absolutely no dependencies on Excel or Office. - Author: Edward Price
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#22. If you understand the system you can design appropriate action. - Author: Edward De Bono
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#23. I was surprised recently to find a book called "Poetry in Persons" that's coming out about visit to poets to a class that Pearl London gave. - Author: Edward Hirsch
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#24. When I write "paradise" I mean not only apple trees and golden women but also scorpions and tarantulas and flies, rattlesnakes and Gila monsters, sandstorms, volcanoes and earthquakes, bacteria and bear, cactus, yucca, bladderweed, ocotillo and mesquite, flash floods and quicksand, and yes - disease and death and the rotting of flesh. - Author: Edward Abbey
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#25. Brought before HCUA, Miller was chastised for the suggestion that Congressional investigations might have something in common with witch trials; he replied, "The comparison is inevitable, sir." Thomas was shortly afterwards thrown in jail for fraud. - Author: Carl Sagan
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#26. The medical nanobots in my novel 'Small Miracles' tap the energy sources that the patient's own body provides. That is, they can metabolize glycerol and glucose, just as the cells in our bodies do. - Author: Edward M. Lerner
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#27. Mock the devil, and he will flee from thee. - Author: Edward De Bono
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#28. The purpose of science is not to analyze or describe but to make useful models of the world. A model is useful if it allows us to get use out of it. - Author: Edward De Bono
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#29. Augustus wasn't driving the wagon very fast because he had his family together again and all time was now spread out before him over the valley and the mountains forever and ever. - Author: Edward P. Jones
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#30. God is God, He is not tame and domesticated like we sometimes (try to) make Him. - Author: Edward T. Welch
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#31. I am not dead" argued Edward. "There are nefarious villains who would have you believe I died. But any accounts of my demise have been grossly exaggerated, I assure you, for here I am, very much alive. - Author: Cynthia Hand
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#32. Roosters: The cry of the male chicken is the most barbaric yawp in all of nature. - Author: Edward Abbey
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#33. Suffering nags us with questions about God in a way that comfort never could. - Author: Edward T. Welch
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#34. Bright and illustrious illusions! - Author: Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton
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#35. If God's love is for anybody anywhere, it's for everybody everywhere. - Author: Edward Lawlor
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#36. Every man should make up his own mind that if he expect to succeed, he must give an honest return for the other man's dollar. - Author: Edward H. Harriman
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#37. I had a vision of you, the first time I stepped into Grey House, the night Edward died. That was why I kept staring at you while he lay on the bed, convulsing between us. I had seen you standing before me, your hand in mine. I could not hear what was said between us, but there was a sense of belonging to you, as if I had always known you somehow, and you had been waiting for me. It came as rather a nasty shock to realise you were already married. - Author: Deanna Raybourn
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#38. I met a man once who told me that far from believing in the square root of minus one, he didn't believe in minus one. This is at any rate a consistent attitude. - Author: Edward Charles Titchmarsh
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#39. We can never know God as it is our privilege to know Him by brief repetitions that are requests for personal favors, and nothing more. - Author: Edward McKendree Bounds
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#40. the genes of modern-day Africans are a treasure house for all humanity. They possess our species' greatest reservoir of genetic diversity, of which further study will shed new light on the heredity of the human body and mind. Perhaps the time has come, in light of this and other advances in human genetics, to adopt a new ethic of racial and hereditary variation, one that places value on the whole of diversity rather than on the differences composing the diversity. It would give proper measure to our species' genetic variation as an asset, prized for the adaptability it provides all of us during an increasingly uncertain future. Humanity is strengthened by a broad portfolio of genes that can generate new talents, additional resistance to diseases, and perhaps even new ways of seeing reality. For scientific as well as for moral reasons, we should learn to promote human biological diversity for its own sake instead of using it to justify prejudice and conflict. - Author: Edward O. Wilson
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#41. Edward didn't know what he was thinking, asking her about marriage. He wasn't a damned viscount. He refused to be one. And whatever odd flutterings he may have felt in her presence, whatever odd imaginings he had harbored, he wasn't going to marry her.
And yet ... It was tempting, too. While he hadn't been paying attention, his mind had constructed a might-have-been, a world where he'd never been cast out, where he'd never had to make his heart as black and hard as coal. If he'd been Edward Delacey, he might have courted her in his own right. Edward Delacey, dead fool that he was, could have had the one thing that Edward Clark never would. - Author: Courtney Milan
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#42. Through logic and inference we can prove anything. Therefore, logic and inference, in contrast to ordinary daily living experience, are secondary instruments of knowledge. Probably tertiary. - Author: Edward Abbey
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#43. If I had been as capable of trust as I am susceptible to fear I might have learned something new or some truth so very old we have all forgotten it. - Author: Edward Abbey
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#44. The making of money, the accumulation of material power, is not all there is to living ... and the man who misses this truth misses the greatest joy and satisfaction that can come into his life
service for others. - Author: Edward Bok
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