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#1. His mama named him Head?" Talon snorted derisively. "Damn, that's cold. And here I thought this Cabeza had it bad."
"It was a nickname. His real name was Kukulcan Verastegui."
The Cabeza in front of her broke off into a fierce round of what sounded like Mayan cursing. She had no idea what he was saying, but it was raw and explosive as he gestured furiously to punctuate his tirade.
She turned her frown to Talon. "What's he saying?"
Talon shrugged. "I'm from Britain, not Mexico. No idea."
"That pendejo is not me." Cabeza broke off into a mixture of Mayan and Spanish and then returned to English, but this time his accent was much thicker and he rolled his Rs viciously. "His name, for the record, is Chacu. Ese cabrón hijo de la gran puta, pretending to be me. I should have cut his throat for my Act of Vengeance!"
"The real question is, did you cut his throat today?"
Hands on hips, Cabeza glared at Talon for asking such a thing. "No. He got away, along with the … what's the word? Uh … Pigeon crap?"
"Chicken shit?" Talon offered.
"Si!… that was with him. They vanished before I could kill them. - Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Sherrilyn Kenyon
#2. ¡No metáis en la cabeza lo que os quepa en el bolsillo! ¡No metáis en el bolsillo lo que os quepa en la cabeza!"

"No ye may thrust your head in what I fit in your pocket! No ye may thrust in his pocket that you fit on the head!"

"Cebinize sığanı kafanıza sokmayın! Kafanıza sığanı cebinize tıkmayın! - Author: Miguel De Unamuno
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Miguel De Unamuno
#3. [Cabeza de Vaca] ceased to be lost not by returning but by turning into something else. - Author: Rebecca Solnit
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Rebecca Solnit
#4. The women in the kitchen sang: Sarampión toca la puerta. Viruela dice: ¿Quién es? Y Escarlatina contesta: ¡Aquí estamos los tres! The cook would sometimes shout a little madly, "Sing it again!" And the women would sing again: Measles knocks at the door. Smallpox asks, Who's there? And Scarlet Fever replies: All three of us are here! - Author: Sharman Apt Russell
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Sharman Apt Russell
#5. History is replete with the seeds of apocalypse. In particular, the 19th/early 20th Century in France was a time of country-shattering events, whether it was the rise and fall of Napoleon Bonaparte (the creation and brutal upending of a whole new social order, within scarcely more than a decade), or the Great War (which devastated the country to a degree that is hard to believe today, wiping out an entire generation in the trenches). It was no great stretch to imagine a magical war engulfing Europe in 1914, and leaving Paris as a field of ruins filled with magical booby traps–the familiar monuments destroyed, the Seine overflowing with the residue of spells.

It's no secret that I'm fascinated by the narrative of war, and of recovery after war: how people struggle to rebuild lives and go on in the wake of world-shattering devastation; how the past can still cast a long, terrible shadow over everything; how the years before the war become a golden thing, regardless of how many injustices and hardships might have been happening then. I'm equally fascinated by history–the narratives that get preserved and enshrined, the stories that are passed down; and the speed with which some things get forgotten while others endure for generations. For me, the vocabulary and tropes of post-apocalypse were a great way to tackle those subjects, and to imagine what would happen in a city that had such a traumatic event in its past. - Author: Aliette De Bodard
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Aliette De Bodard
#6. The world's a stage where God's omnipotence, His justice, knowledge, love, and providence Do act the parts. - Author: Guillaume De Salluste Du Bartas
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Guillaume De Salluste Du Bartas
#7. Diligence is the mother of good fortune, and idleness, its opposite, never brought a man to the goal of any of his best wishes. - Author: Miguel De Cervantes
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Miguel De Cervantes
#8. The Burden of Work You are submerged by a flood of troubles that the size of your household places on your shoulders. You must, then, call upon our Lord all the more and beg for his holy help, so that the work you must do will be agreeable to him and so that you will embrace it for his honor and glory. Our days are few (cf. Job 14:1), and consequently our labor cannot be overlong. By means of a little patience, we will get through it with honor and contentment, for we have no greater consolation at the end of the day than to have worked hard and shouldered its pains. - Author: Francis De Sales
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Francis De Sales
#9. Simplicity before understanding is simplistic; simplicity after understanding is simple. - Author: Edward De Bono
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Edward De Bono
#10. Wondering's healthy. Broadens the mind. Opens you up to all sorts of stray thoughts and possibilities. - Author: Charles De Lint
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Charles De Lint
#11. The wit of men compared to that of women is like rouge compared to the rose. - Author: Germain-Francois Poullain De Saint-Foix
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Germain-Francois Poullain De Saint-Foix
#12. I paint the way I do because I can keep on putting more and more things in - like drama, pain, anger, love, a figure, a horse, my ideas of space. It doesn't matter if it differs from mine, as long as it comes from the painting, which has its own integrity and intensity. - Author: Willem De Kooning
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Willem De Kooning
#13. Champagne is the only wine that enhances a woman's beauty. - Author: Madame De Pompadour
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Madame De Pompadour
#14. He will soon be claiming that the Resistance has liberated the world. - Author: Coco Chanel
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Coco Chanel
#15. In the spring of 1931, West African natives in the Cameroons sent New York $3.77 for relief for the "starving"; that fall Amtorgs's new York office received 100,000 applications for job in Soviet Russia. On a single weekend in April, 1932, the 'Ile de france' and other transatlantic liner carried nearly 4,000 workingmen back to Europe; in June, 500 Rhode Island aliens departed for Mediterranean ports. - Author: William E. Leuchtenburg
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by William E. Leuchtenburg
#16. The only thing more pitiful than a middle-aged punk is a white Rastafarian. I did meet one of those once, and he was lonelier than I was. - Author: Louis De Bernieres
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Louis De Bernieres
#17. Enforced maternity brings into the world wretched infants, whom their parents will be unable to support and who will become the victims of public care or 'child martyrs'. It must be pointed out that our society, so concerned to defend the rights of the embryo, shows no interest in the children once they are born; it prosecutes the abortionists instead of undertaking to reform that scandalous institution known as 'public assistance'; those responsible for entrusting the children to their torturers are allowed to go free; society closes its eyes to the frightful tyranny of brutes in children's asylums and private foster homes. - Author: Simone De Beauvoir
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Simone De Beauvoir
#18. Memory is the basis of individual personality," Miguel de Unamuno writes, "just as tradition is the basis of the collective personality of a people. We live in memory and by memory, and our spiritual life is at bottom simply the effort of our memory to persist, to transform itself into hope, the effort of our past to transform itself into our future. - Author: Christian Wiman
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Christian Wiman
#19. The mirror follows us, but it's not a friend. (Le miroir nous suit, - Mais n'est un ami.) - Author: Charles De Leusse
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Charles De Leusse
#20. Gracefulness is to the body what understanding is to the mind. - Author: Francois De La Rochefoucauld
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
#21. <<<<<---All Language Is Defined by The Spirit---->>>> - Author: Paul De Aragon
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Paul De Aragon
#22. My senses of space, of distance, and of direction entirely vanished. When I looked for the ground I sometimes looked down, sometimes up, sometimes left, sometimes right. I thought I was very high up when I would suddenly be thown to earth in a near vertical spin. I thought I was very low to the ground and I was pulled up to 3,000 feet in two minutes by the 500-horsepower motor. It danced, it pushed, it tossed ... Ah! la la! - Author: Antoine De Saint Exupery
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Antoine De Saint Exupery
#23. The French and their food. They put each meal on a pedestal. - Author: Giada De Laurentiis
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Giada De Laurentiis
#24. I had had to learn the difference between the bearable fatigue and the unbearable, the fatigue of fear. The first can be cured by a night's sleep; the second kills. - Author: Agnes De Mille
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Agnes De Mille
#25. As architect of your reality, you have the power to create it as you choose. - Author: Amy Leigh Mercree
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Amy Leigh Mercree
#26. Only a dreamer or a fool would pick a stock at random and expect it to take off like a space ship from its launching pad. Certainly this has happened - about as often as a dime-store clerk has become a Hollywood star or a boy born in a log cabin has been elected President of the United States - just often enough, that is, to keep alive the Great American Dream. - Author: Catherine Crook De Camp
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Catherine Crook De Camp
#27. De Montaigne described marriage as much like a cage full of birds, where the unmarried struggle to get in and the married struggle to get out. - Author: Fiona Paul
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Fiona Paul
#28. In Russia, whatever be the appearance of things, violence and arbitrary rule is at the bottom of them all. Tyranny rendered calm by the influence of terror is the only kind of happiness which this government is able to afford its people. - Author: Marquis De Custine
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Marquis De Custine
#29. Like every other tiny-ass town in the South, there were plenty of crappy Mexican restaurants to choose from. Not fancy Mexican like I eat in L.A. When I eat Mexican food in L.A., it's like a kale salad with pepitas and soy beef tacos with fresh pico de gallo. In NC, it's a five-dollar plate of cheese enchiladas with refried beans and a bowl of melted white cheese dip. Essentially you just walk in and ask for a plate of brown with a little iceberg lettuce, and it's fucking delish. - Author: Mamrie Hart
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Mamrie Hart
#30. Some people are doing evil and bad things.
To ease their conscious they are always blame others, because they don't want to
to be accountable of what they are doing.
Blaming others makes them feel like they are good people or doing something good. - Author: De Philosopher DJ Kyos
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by De Philosopher DJ Kyos
#31. There is nothing one sees oftener than the ridiculous and magnificent, such close neighbors that they touch. - Author: Bernard Le Bovier De Fontenelle
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Bernard Le Bovier De Fontenelle
#32. As long as the family and the myth of the family ... have not been destroyed, women will still be oppressed. - Author: Simone De Beauvoir
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Simone De Beauvoir
#33. We must learn to endure what we cannot avoid. Our life is composed, like the harmony of the world, of contrary things, also of different tones, sweet and harsh, sharp and flat, soft and loud. If a musician liked only one kind, what would he have to say? - Author: Michel De Montaigne
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Michel De Montaigne
#34. To kill a relative of whom you are tired is something. But to inherit his property afterwards, that is genuine pleasure. - Author: Honore De Balzac
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Honore De Balzac
#35. Humans became easy prey when they moved from the forest to the savanna, which deprived them of the option of climbing trees to flee predators. This shift made it necessary for the men to actively protect the women and their babies. Only as a result of this protection were women able to give birth in shorter intervals, perhaps once every two or three years. This meant that they could produce offspring about twice as frequently as apes. I would be willing to bet that this rapid reproduction is one of the reasons why we dominate the world today, and not the apes. - Author: Frans De Waal
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Frans De Waal
#36. Compared to a novel, a film is like an economy pizza where there are no olives, no ham, no anchovies, no mushrooms, and all you've got is the dough. - Author: Louis De Bernieres
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Louis De Bernieres
#37. But if the beginnings of love and amorous politics are equally rosy, then the ends are often equally bloody. We're familiar with political love that ends in tyranny, where a ruler's firm conviction that he has the true interests of his nation at heart ends up lending him the confidence to murder without qualms (and 'for their own good') all who disagree with him. Romantic lovers are similarly inclined to vent their frustration on dissenters and heretics. - Author: Alain De Botton
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Alain De Botton
#38. I remembered how de Man had said to us in class, 'don't confuse any of this literary theory with your lives' - how we hadn't believed him, how we had wanted our criticism to tell us how to think and how to speak and how to live. De Man made literature matter more than anything in the world and then said it was only literature. - Author: Alice Kaplan
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Alice Kaplan
#39. Scriassine studied me in turn. "You're not so dumb, you know. Generally I dislike intelligent women, maybe because they're not intelligent enough. They always want to prove to themselves, and to everyone else, how terribly smart they are. So all they do is talk and never understand anything. What struck me the first time I saw you was that way you have of keeping quiet. - Author: Simone De Beauvoir
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Simone De Beauvoir
#40. Where your life ends, your being doesn't. Where your being ends, you don't. That is what is able to have and move your forms. - Author: John De Ruiter
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by John De Ruiter
#41. Believe what you want to believe. Doubt me, doubt Paul, hide in fin de siècle Paris if it makes you feel better. But if you won't save Paul, I will. - Author: Claudia Gray
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Claudia Gray
#42. The only excuse a man has for writing is that he express himself, that he reveal to others the kind of world reflected in the mirror of his soul; his only excuse is that he be original. - Author: Remy De Gourmont
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Remy De Gourmont
#43. To one's enemies: I hate myself more than you ever could. - Author: Alain De Botton
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Alain De Botton
#44. You - you alone will have the stars as no one else has them ... In one of the stars I shall be living. In one of them I shall be laughing. And so it will be as if all the stars were laughing, when you look at the sky at night ... You - only you - will have stars that can laugh. - Author: Antoine De Saint Exupery
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Antoine De Saint Exupery
#45. This punishment of death is the remedy, as it were, of a sick society. - Author: Baron De Montesquieu
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Baron De Montesquieu
#46. Rather suffer than die is man's motto. - Author: Jean De La Fontaine
Tirate De Cabeza quotes by Jean De La Fontaine

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