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Might as well rest the horses," St. Just said, nudging his beast out of the middle of the beaten path. "Westhaven, can you dismount?" "I cannot. My backside is permanently frozen to the saddle; my ability to reproduce is seriously jeopardized." "Anna will be desolated." St. Just waited while Westhaven swung down, then whistled at an urchin shivering in the door to a nearby church. "We'll ~ Grace Burrowes
Pettygrove St quotes by Grace Burrowes
Anna prods St. Clair's shoulder. "Come on. Weren't you gonna show me that thing?"
"What thing?"
She stares at him. He stares back. She cocks her head toward Cricket and me.
"Ah, yes." St. Clair stands. "That thing."
They rush out. The door shuts, and St. Clair shouts, "Lola, Cricket wants to show you his thing, too-oo! ~ Stephanie Perkins
Pettygrove St quotes by Stephanie Perkins
No, but it's your reality now. Put on your big-boy pants and deal with it. ~ Tielle St. Clare
Pettygrove St quotes by Tielle St. Clare
According to St. Augustine, the left hand represented the temporal, the mortal, and the bodily, as opposed to the right, which stood for "God, eternity, the years of God which fail not."25 For centuries the preference for the right hand over the left governed how people fished, ploughed fields, twisted rope, and ate their meals. The Greeks and Romans, for example, always reclined on the left side, propped on the left elbow, leaving the right hand free for the business of eating and drinking. Plutarch noted that parents taught children to eat right-handed from a young age, and "if they do put forth the left hand, at once we correct them."26 The prejudice against the left hand persisted during the Renaissance, with parents freeing a child's right hand from its swaddling clothes to ensure right-handedness at the dinner table as well as at the writing desk. ~ Ross King
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Happiness already exists in your life. All you need to do is tune into it. And you can start doing that right now. ~ Anthon St. Maarten
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On this day, millions of people ... throughout the world will gather to commemorate the life of Patrick, patron saint of Ireland. From his days as a slave in Ireland to his work as missionary years later, St. Patrick demonstrated a courage, commitment, and faith that won the hearts and minds of the Irish people. St. Patrick's Day also serves as a time for people of Irish descent from all traditions and religions to honor their native land and shared heritage. Their devotion to family, faith, and community has strengthened our country's character. ~ George W. Bush
Pettygrove St quotes by George W. Bush
Great music can come from anywhere around the globe. And there has always been a music business. It just wasn't recorded, nor was it centered in New York, London, Los Angeles or Nashville but rather St Petersburg, Vienna, Berlin, Milan and Paris. ~ Seymour Stein
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That's not what this is." I stared at Apollo, but damn, that globe fascinated him. "If there's going to be a god gunning for my butt -"
"It is a nice butt," Aiden murmured as he studied the toes of his boots. A small grin was on his face. ~ Jennifer L. Armentrout
Pettygrove St quotes by Jennifer L. Armentrout
It bothers me that I won't live to see the end of the century, because, when I was young, in St. Louis, I remember saying to Marilyn, my sister by adoption, that that was how long I wanted to live: seventy years. ~ Harold Brodkey
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I am a makeup junkie ... Yves St. Laurent, Christian Dior, and anything else that looks good. ~ Julia Barr
Pettygrove St quotes by Julia Barr
I mean, seriously, is a baby doll dress for the breastless? I don't know. ~ Lili St. Crow
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And reaching up my hand to try, I screamed to feel it touch the sky. ~ Edna St. Vincent Millay
Pettygrove St quotes by Edna St. Vincent Millay
Says we can go to revival of
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
He wants us to come with
So he can have someone's hand to squeeze
When the beauty of
Tim Curry is too much to bear ~ Lola St. Vil
Pettygrove St quotes by Lola St. Vil
People are going through tough times. I want to say to them, "Live your joy." I know I can tell them that because I went through a lot of hard times. I had a choice of either succumbing to the hard times or figuring it out. ~ Bonnie St. John
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When I die and go to heaven, to St. Peter, I will tell: "one more soldier reporting for duty, sir. I've served my time in hell. ~ M. Popplewell
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St. Chrysostom, suffering under the Empress Eudoxia, tells his friend Cyriacus how he armed himself beforehand...."I thought, will she banish me? 'The earth is the Lord's, and the fulness thereof.' Take away my goods? 'Naked came I into the world, and naked must I return.' Will she stone me? I remembered Stephen. Behead me? John Baptist came into my mind," etc. Thus it should be with every one that intends to live and die comfortably: they must, as we say, lay up something for a rainy day; they must stock themselves with graces, store up promises, and furnish themselves with experiences of God's lovingkindness to others and themselves too, that so, when the evil day comes, they may have much good coming thereby. ~ John Spencer
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St. Augustine is not only the oldest continuously-occupied European settlement on the American continent, it is also perhaps the most haunted city in the United States. Seemingly every spot in this city has some ghostly hidden history, right below the surface. Just by strolling through the historic streets you can hear the whispers of the long-dead. ~ James Caskey
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the St Bartholomew's Day Massacre, between 5,000 and 10,000 Protestants were slaughtered in less than twenty-four hours. When the pope in Rome heard the news from France, he was so overcome by joy that he organised festive prayers to celebrate the occasion and commissioned Giorgio Vasari to decorate one of the Vatican's rooms with a fresco of the massacre (the room is currently off-limits to visitors).2 More Christians were killed by fellow Christians in those twenty-four hours than by the polytheistic Roman Empire throughout its entire existence. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
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All schools have their skeletons. St Oswald's is no exception. Most of the time, we try our best to keep them in the closet. But this time, the only recourse we have is to throw open all the closets, light as many bulbs as we can and catch the vermin as it comes out. ~ Joanne Harris
Pettygrove St quotes by Joanne Harris
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,
In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there. ~ Clement Clarke Moore
Pettygrove St quotes by Clement Clarke Moore
Don't panic. Midway through writing a novel, I have regularly experienced moments of bowel-curdling terror, as I contemplate the drivel on the screen before me and see beyond it, in quick succession, the derisive reviews, the friends' embarrassment, the failing career, the dwindling income, the repossessed house, the divorce ... Working doggedly on through crises like these, however, has always got me there in the end. Leaving the desk for a while can help. Talking the problem through can help me recall what I was trying to achieve before I got stuck. Going for a long walk almost always gets me thinking about my manuscript in a slightly new way. And if all else fails, there's prayer. St Francis de Sales, the patron saint of writers, has often helped me out in a crisis. If you want to spread your net more widely, you could try appealing to Calliope, the muse of epic poetry, too. ~ Sarah Waters
Pettygrove St quotes by Sarah Waters
Be not anxious about what you have, but about what you are. ~ St. Gregory The Great
Pettygrove St quotes by St. Gregory The Great
Victory was close. Just one final push. "Send in the rest," I ordered. "All wings attack. Take that base down now. ~ Julie Kagawa
Pettygrove St quotes by Julie Kagawa
The closer one approaches to God, the simpler one becomes. ~ Teresa Of Avila
Pettygrove St quotes by Teresa Of Avila
Respect is the most important thing. Be respectful toward others and have respect for yourself. ~ Georges St-Pierre
Pettygrove St quotes by Georges St-Pierre
When I think back, I felt like I had the life that a lot of white American kids grew up with in the suburbs in the States. I started noticing, as Apartheid's grip weakened, that we had more and more black kids at school; I had more and more black friends. But I never really saw a separation between myself and the black kids at school. ~ St. Lucia
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I can state that I created a ballet company of which everyone said: St. Petersburg has the greatest ballet in all Europe. ~ Marius Petipa
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I rubbed at my temple, where the zit was gone. It still hurt a little , though, deep under the skin. I hate those zits that burrow underground. You think they've vanished, but no, they just barricade themselves right next to the bone and hurt. ~ Lili St. Crow
Pettygrove St quotes by Lili St. Crow
She had brushed her teeth before vomiting as well, never able to utterly crush the optimistic streak in her nature. ~ Edward St. Aubyn
Pettygrove St quotes by Edward St. Aubyn
The fourth-century Greek theologian St. John Chrysostom said that Job's greatest trial was that his wife was not taken. (pg. 125) ~ Ellen F. Davis
Pettygrove St quotes by Ellen F. Davis
I am not, anymore, a Christian, but I am lifted and opened by any space with prayer inside it. I didn't know why I was going, today, to stand in the long cool darkness of St. John of the Divine, but my body knew, as bodies do, what it wanted. I entered the oddly small door of the huge space, and walked without hesitating to the altar I hadn't consciously remembered, a national memorial for those who died of AIDS, marked by banners and placards. My heart melted, all at once, and I understood why I was there. Because the black current the masseuse had touched wanted, needed, to keep flowing. I'd needed to know I could go on, but I'd also been needing to collapse. Which is what I did, some timeless tear span of minutes sitting on the naked gray stone. A woman gave me the kind of paper napkins you get with an ice cream cone. It seemed to me the most genuine of gifts, made to a stranger: the recognition of how grief moves in the body, leaving us unable to breathe, helpless, except for each other. ~ Mark Doty
Pettygrove St quotes by Mark Doty
I think that (Alister) MacKenzie and I managed to work as a completely sympathetic team. Of course there was never any question that he was the architect and I was the advisor and consultant. No man learns to design a golf course simply by playing golf, no matter how well. But it happened that both of us were extravagant admirers of the Old Course at St Andrews and we both desired as much as possible to simulate seaside conditions insofar as the differences in turf and terrain would allow. ~ Bobby Jones
Pettygrove St quotes by Bobby Jones
The Capitol is the best work I have ever done, or shall ever do, and I am glad to have Given it to St. Paul. ~ Cass Gilbert
Pettygrove St quotes by Cass Gilbert
Christ with me,
Christ before me,
Christ behind me,
Christ in me,
Christ beneath me,
Christ above me,
Christ on my right,
Christ on my left,
Christ when I lie down,
Christ when I sit down,
Christ when I arise,
Christ in the heart of every man who thinks of me,
Christ in the mouth of everyone who speaks of me,
Christ in every eye that sees me,
Christ in every ear that hears me. ~ St Patrick
Pettygrove St quotes by St Patrick
Made him more conscious of how little experience he had of saying what he meant. ~ Edward St. Aubyn
Pettygrove St quotes by Edward St. Aubyn
Not for the flag Of any land because myself was born there Will I give up my life. But I will love that land where man is free, And that will I defend. ~ Edna St. Vincent Millay
Pettygrove St quotes by Edna St. Vincent Millay
I've got a statue of St. Francis in my front yard, and I'm not even a practicing Catholic. ~ Michael Keaton
Pettygrove St quotes by Michael Keaton
I've been a huge cricket fan since my teens, and I often used to go down to St. Helen's in Swansea in the summer. To me, it was like a 'rites of passage' experience to have the freedom of St. Helen's cricket ground. ~ Steffan Rhodri
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I thought, as I wiped my eyes on the corner of my apron:
Penelope did this too.
And more than once: you can't keep weaving all day
And undoing it all through the night;
Your arms get tired, and the back of your neck gets tight;
And along towards morning, when you think it will never be light,
And your husband has been gone, and you don't know where, for years.
Suddenly you burst into tears;
There is simply nothing else to do.
And I thought, as I wiped my eyes on the corner of my apron:
This is an ancient gesture, authentic, antique,
In the very best tradition, classic, Greek;
Ulysses did this too.
But only as a gesture, - a gesture which implied
To the assembled throng that he was much too moved to speak.
He learned it from Penelope ...
Penelope, who really cried. ~ Edna St. Vincent Millay
Pettygrove St quotes by Edna St. Vincent Millay
Nick began to plead with him. "You have a special power. You can stop time and change it. You can fix things so that she gets all the time she needs. You know you can do this…it's just time."

"It's just time?" Santa said. "Time's the most precious gift we have. We have it in such abundance we never even know how precious it is until it's gone. When we do finally realize we have no more of it, we'll do almost anything to get it back. Life's made of moments, Little Nick. It's just fragments of time, like specks of gold in their value. That, my young friend, is why each moment should be treasured for what it represents. Because they're finite…and they're fragile. The power to give more time is something far greater than anything I can do. ~ Richard St. Jacques
Pettygrove St quotes by Richard  St. Jacques
Only hinted at in some of these tales, and clearly stated in others, it is apparent that there was a long and continuing conflict between paganism and Christianity in the early centuries A.D. This may also be the explanation behind other well creation tales, such as the slaying by St Barry of a 'great serpent' in County Roscommon. The saint thrust his crozier at it before it disappeared into Lough Lagan, and where his knee touched the ground, a holy well, Tobar Barry, sprang up. Although the serpent may represent paganism, and the saint's victory is therefore the victory of Christianity over paganism, we cannot entirely ignore the possibility that some of the serpents in similar Irish tales may have been real water monsters, which are still seen from time to time in the lakes of Ireland and Scotland. These eerie, ugly monsters, with their aura of primeval mystery, appropriately symbolize the uncouth savagery which the Christians attributed to all non-Christian beliefs; but that is not to say that the monsters were totally symbolic and did not have a reality of their own. ~ Colin Bord
Pettygrove St quotes by Colin Bord
Remember blessed children of men that the purpose of the real science should be to increase the happiness and to free the race from every external condition that would not be beneficial for the elation of man to the pristine greatness of his original cosmic destiny. ~ Count Of St. Germain
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Summing it Up ... "Where's a good place for dinner?" I asked. "There's the Brasserie Lipp on the Avenue St. Germaine," she said, "or La Coupole in Montmartre." "Not La Coupole," I said. "I've been there before. That's the place that's crowded and noisy and smells bad and everybody's rude as hell, isn't it?" "I think you just described France," she said. ~ P. J. O'Rourke
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