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Esteban Quotes By Esteban Jesus Bordallo

You ever wondered what it's like to be me?
I always wondered what it's like to be you.
Quick, lets change clothes
before someone else knows.
So what's your name? "

E.J.B. — Esteban Jesus Bordallo

Esteban Quotes By Isabel Allende

An invisible border arose between the parts of the house occupied by Esteban Trueba and those occupied by his wife. In response to Clara's imagination and the requirements of the moment, the noble, seigniorial architecture began sprouting all sorts of extra little rooms, staircases, turrets, and terraces ... the big house on the corner soon came to resemble a labyrinth. — Isabel Allende

Esteban Quotes By Esai Morales

My character Esteban is a guy who really didn't think he was gonna be there at this point in his life. He's in his early 30s. He's got a son. He's raising his son as a single father. — Esai Morales

Esteban Quotes By Esteban Cortazar

I didn't just want to do something that looks good, but get a product that lasts too. — Esteban Cortazar

Esteban Quotes By Esteban Contreras

It's like we're on a rocket ship that we were just painting, and suddenly it took off and we're holding onto the ship with our fingernails. — Esteban Contreras

Esteban Quotes By Thornton Wilder

Esteban fell face downward upon the floor. "I am alone, alone, alone," he cried. The Captain stood above him, his great plain face ridged and gray with pain; it was his own old hours he was reliving. He was the awkwardest speaker in the world apart from the lore of the sea, but there are times when it requires a high courage to speak the banal. He could not be sure the figure on the floor was listening, but he said, "We do what we can. We push on, Esteban, as best we can. It isn't for long, you know. Time keeps going by. You'll be surprised at the way time passes. — Thornton Wilder

Esteban Quotes By Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban

Kneel!" he ordered.
My head raised in defiance, I stepped forward. "I am Princess Andrea de Montemaior. I will kneel to no one," I said to the shadows inside. — Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban

Esteban Quotes By Esteban Cortazar

I never wanted to get into high end in Colombia - the percentage of people who can afford it is very small, and they can shop abroad anyway. It's just not what I had in mind. I wanted to bring international fashion to as many people here as possible, who don't usually get exposed to such styles. — Esteban Cortazar

Esteban Quotes By Jose N. Harris

Esteban took a step backwards and took his sweatshirt off. He folded it and placed it on the ground next to the wall. He looked like a matador preparing for a bullfight. I opened my mouth and almost said something ... — Jose N. Harris

Esteban Quotes By Bob Madgic

The most important thing is to never give up." Adrian EstebanBob Madgic

Esteban Quotes By Thornton Wilder

She talked that night of all those out in the dark (she was thinking of Esteban alone, she was thinking of Pepita alone) who had no one to turn to, for whom the world perhaps was more than difficult, without meaning. — Thornton Wilder

Esteban Quotes By Esteban Cortazar

I didn't want people to wait six months to get the clothes, I wanted a very immediate, real feel to it. You see it one night, the next morning you can go and buy the same outfit! — Esteban Cortazar

Esteban Quotes By Claude Esteban

Someone, and no matter where, collects the pieces of my shadow. — Claude Esteban

Esteban Quotes By Marie Ferrarella

You're not listening to any of this, are you?" As far as she was concerned, it was really a rhetorical question.
Rather than answer yes or no, Esteban had a question of his own. "Would it matter?" he asked her. "You seem to like to talk, and I've got a pulse." He looked at her over the hood of the car before getting in. "I figure that's about all you require. — Marie Ferrarella

Esteban Quotes By Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban

To be defined by another is the worst form of abuse — Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban