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Macdonaghcase Quotes By Bill Gates

If people had understood how patents would be granted when most of today's ideas were invented, and had taken out patents, the industry would be at a complete standstill today. — Bill Gates

Macdonaghcase Quotes By Charles Sheehan-Miles

One day she was going to have a wonderful, amazing fucking life. And while I might not be a part of it, I was going to remember. I'd remember every second we had together, and never, ever let it go. — Charles Sheehan-Miles

Macdonaghcase Quotes By Theresa Romain

Let me help," said Benedict. "Let me do this for you."

He took the spade from her hand, allowing her to step back and stand beside Maggie. To slip an arm around her crying daughter.

With smooth, slow movements, he turned over the earth. Quietly, doing what needed to be done with a graciousness that meant everything.

And that was when she realized: she had fallen in love with him. — Theresa Romain

Macdonaghcase Quotes By Anacreon

Thus, while I quaff the genial wine, I live mid transports quite divine. — Anacreon

Macdonaghcase Quotes By Charlotte Bunch

The beginning point at both conferences must be that everything is a woman's issue. That means racism in a woman's issue, just as is anti-Semitism, Palestinian homelessness, rural development, ecology, the persecution of lesbians, and the exploitative practices of global corporations. — Charlotte Bunch

Macdonaghcase Quotes By Frances Hardinge

Lost: one bonnet, two clogs. Kept in spite of the odds: two thumbs, one life. — Frances Hardinge

Macdonaghcase Quotes By Thomas Carlyle

True humor springs not more from the head than from the heart. It is not contempt; its essence is love. It issues not in laughter, but in still smiles, which lie far deeper. — Thomas Carlyle

Macdonaghcase Quotes By Katie Kacvinsky

I'm fine with being alone," he insists. "I like the company I keep. Most people need constant distractions, because if they slow down long enough to evaluate their lives, it makes them internally combust. Like if you folded them inside out, you'd find a huge monster inside. A train wreck. — Katie Kacvinsky