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#1. The taste for luxury, the love of war, the sway of fashion, and the most superficial as well as the deepest passions of the human heart, co-operated - Author: Alexis De Tocqueville
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#2. They (the Rothschilds) have never dreamed of being ashamed of their wealth nor of disguising their way of life, no more than they have ever failed to assume their roles and responsibilities as Jews. - Author: Guy De Rothschild
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#3. Kate tracked Barnes down to the potting shed, where he was planting up some seedlings into clay pots. He looked up as Kate entered and gave her a slow half smile once he knew she was unaccompanied.
"So you can't leave me alone, Miss? Must be my devastating charm. I'm not so sure it's safe for you to be alone in the potting shed with me though. - Author: Rachel De Vine
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#4. Lawyers and physicians are an ill provision for any country. - Author: Michel De Montaigne
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#5. We would often rather seem dutiful to others than to succeed in our duties; and often we would rather tell our friends that we have done them good than to do good in actuality. - Author: Madeleine De Souvre, Marquise De ...
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#6. The texture of experience is prior to everything else. - Author: Willem De Kooning
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#7. If I did not move and dance between them the three would turn to stone, for they are passive [ ... ] They would fall asleep if I lay still somewhere. Henry, Gonzalo, Hugh. [ ... ] It is only my dancing, my dancing which animates them. I slide out of Gonzalo's bed like a snake. I slide out of Henry's bed. I slide out of Hugh's bed. [ ... ]
I dance untrammeled - return to each full of the space in between, that change of air. Dancing, I find my flame and my joy, because I dance, slide, run, to the boat, to quai de Passy, to Villa Seurat; I keep the wind in the folds of my dress, the rain on my hair, and light in my eyes. - Author: Anais Nin
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#8. Sanctified cyanide
Super-quick arsenic
Higgledy-piggledy
Into the Soup.
Put out the mourning lamps
Call for coffin clamps
Teach them to trifle with
Flavia de Luce! - Author: Alan Bradley
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#9. Just as in habiliments it is a sign of weakness to wish to make oneself noticeable by some peculiar and unaccustomed fashion, so, in language, the quest for new-fangled phrases and little-known words comes from a puerile and pedantic ambition. - Author: Michel De Montaigne
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#10. 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
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#11. At all times, in every century, every age, there has been such a connection between despotism and religion that it is infinitely apparent and demonstrated a thousand times over, that in destroying one, the other must be undermined, for the simple reason that the first will always put the law into the service of the second. - Author: Marquis De Sade
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#12. The courage of a great many men, and the virtue of a great many women, are the effect of vanity, shame, and especially a suitabletemperament. - Author: Francois De La Rochefoucauld
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#13. Everyone is their own kind of lesbian. To think there's a certain way to dress or present yourself in the world is just one more stereotype we have to fit into. - Author: Portia De Rossi
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#14. Death that tears away clumps of us folks, stuffs thousands of the living, freshly plucked into its sack. - Author: Erri De Luca
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#15. It is not known, now, for what length of time the Tuatha de Danaan had the sway over Ireland, and it is likely it was a long time they had it, but they were put from it at last. - Author: Lady Gregory
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#16. She still loved him, she would always love him, but it was the kind of love that was muted, safely seen through the rear-view window, like a place you used to call home but no longer visited. There would always be a wound there, but the healing had begun. - Author: Melissa De La Cruz
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#17. There is something in the New York air that makes sleep useless. - Author: Simone De Beauvoir
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#18. Go often to Holy Communion. Go very often! This is your one remedy. - Author: Therese De Lisieux
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#19. The same vices which are huge and insupportable in others we do not feel in ourselves. - Author: Jean De La Bruyere
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#20. The real miracles make no noise. The crucial events in a life are unobtrusive. - Author: Antoine De Saint Exupery
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#21. There was a muchacha who lived near my house. La gente del pueblo talked about her being una de las otras, "of the Others." They said that for six months she was a woman who had a vagina that bled once a month, and that for the other six months she was a man, had a penis and she peed standing up. they called her half and half, mita' y mita', neither one nor the other but a strange doubling, a deviation of nature that horrified, a work of nature inverted. But there is a magic aspect in abnormality and so-called deformity. Maimed, mad, and sexually different people were believed to posess supernatural powers by primal cultures' magico-religious thinking. For them, abnormality was the price a person had to pay for her or his inborn extraordinary gift.

There is something compelling about being both male and female, about having an entry into both worlds. Contrary to some psychiatric tenets, half and halfs are not suffering from a confusion of sexual identity, or even from a confusion of gender. What we are suffering from is an absolute despot duality that says we are able to be only one or the other. It claims that human nature is limited and cannot evolve into something better. But I, like other queer people, am two in one body, both male and female. I am the embodiment of the heiros gamos: the coming together of opposite qualities within. - Author: Gloria E Anzaldua
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#22. I am astonished at the pleasure one experiences in doing good; and I should be tempted to believe that what we call virtuous people have not so much merit as they lead us to suppose. - Author: Pierre-Ambroise Choderlos De Laclos
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#23. I've got a swimming pool and I pretend to be like a mermaid, like in the middle of the night. It kind of de-stresses me. - Author: Rebel Wilson
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#24. If thou followeth a wall far enough, there must be a door in it. - Author: Marguerite De Angeli
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#25. If there is any danger in the present weather, in the name of God, Monsieur, wait until spring - Author: Vincent De Paul
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#26. As for the vice of lust - aside from what it means for spiritual persons to fall into this vice, since my intent is to treat of the imperfections that have to be purged by means of the dark night - spiritual persons have numerous imperfections, many of which can be called spiritual lust, not because the lust is spiritual but because it proceeds from spiritual things. It happens frequently that in a person's spiritual exercises themselves, without the person being able to avoid it, impure movements will be experienced in the sensory part of the soul, and even
sometimes when the spirit is deep in prayer or when receiving the sacraments of Penance or the Eucharist. These impure feelings arise from any of three causes outside one's control.

First, they often proceed from the pleasure human nature finds in spiritual exercises. Since both the spiritual and the sensory part of the soul receive gratification from that refreshment, each part experiences delight according to its own nature and properties. The spirit, the superior part of the soul, experiences renewal and satisfaction in God; and the sense, the lower part, feels sensory gratification and delight because it is ignorant of how to get anything else, and hence takes whatever is nearest, which is the impure sensory satisfaction. It may happen that while a soul is with God in deep spiritual prayer, it will conversely passively experience sensual rebellions, movements, and acts in the senses, not without its - Author: Juan De La Cruz
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#27. In a democracy private citizens see a man of their own rank in life who becomes possessed of riches and power in a few years; this spectacle excites their surprise and envy, and they are led to inquire how the person who was yesterday very equal is today their ruler. To attribute his rise to his talents or his virtues is unpleasant; for it is tacitly to acknowledge that they are themselves less virtuous and less talented than he was. - Author: Alexis De Tocqueville
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#28. De La Hoya doesn't know about salsa. He should keep on singing mariachis and leave the salsa to me. I'm good at salsa. - Author: Roberto Duran
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#29. Some men promise to keep your secret and yet reveal it without knowing they are doing so; they do not wag their lips, and yet they are understood; it is read on their brow and in their eyes; it is seen through their breast; they are transparent. - Author: Jean De La Bruyere
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#30. It is easier to be a lover than a husband, for the same reason that it is more difficult to be witty every day, than to say bright things from time to time. - Author: Honore De Balzac
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#31. Delicacy is to the affections what grace is to the beauty. - Author: Joseph Marie, Baron De Gerando
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#32. Virtue is persecuted by the wicked more than it is loved by the good. - Author: Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
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#33. Unfaithfulness ought to extinguish love, and we should not be jealous when there is reason to be. Only those who give no grounds for jealousy are worthy of it. - Author: Francois De La Rochefoucauld
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#34. Bravery is not the trait of a fearless person, lest the reckless actions of a fool be considered brave. Bravery is the quality that allows us to overcome our fears and succeed. - Author: Gerard De Marigny
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#35. There have never been so many civil wars as in the Kingdom of Christ. - Author: Baron De Montesquieu
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#36. I absolutely believe my talent is God-given. I ask God for a lot, but I also thank him. I'm a very demanding believer. - Author: Hubert De Givenchy
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#37. I suffer, therefore I am special. I am not understood, but for precisely that reason, I am worthy of greater understanding. 13. - Author: Alain De Botton
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#38. I think you can be smart and directed and focused, without being obnoxious, and get plenty done. - Author: Bill De Blasio
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