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Spasms Under Rib Quotes By Laura Z. Hobson

Any life he'd ever heard of, his own included, was burdened with emotions - love, loss, jobs, jealousy, money, death, pain. But if you were Jewish, always there was this extra one, the added pull at your endurance, the one more thing. There was that line in Thoreau about 'quiet desperation' - that was indeed true of most men. But for some men and women, for some fathers and mothers and children, the world still contrived that one extra test, endless and unrelenting. — Laura Z. Hobson

Spasms Under Rib Quotes By George Packer

Gingrich was a far more volatile and aggressive individual than Boehner, but the institutional norms of self-restraint, and perhaps even self-interest, have broken down under the pressure of an increasingly abnormal Republican Party. — George Packer

Spasms Under Rib Quotes By Claudia Gray

I'm not dating Balthazar. I'm pretend dating him. Which involves some not pretend hand-holding. And maybe some not pretend kissing. But it's all actually pretend, see?
I groaned. My explanations were making my head hurt already. — Claudia Gray

Spasms Under Rib Quotes By Steven Biko

In time, we shall be in a position to bestow on South Africa the greatest possible gift - a more human face. — Steven Biko

Spasms Under Rib Quotes By Stephen Crane

Each man in this stretcher party had gained a reflected majesty. They were footmen to death, and — Stephen Crane

Spasms Under Rib Quotes By Madeleine M. Kunin

If we are to create a new agenda for family/work policies, employers and employees have to take a seat at the same table and recognize their mutual gains. — Madeleine M. Kunin

Spasms Under Rib Quotes By George Eliot

She seems to have what I never saw in any woman before - a fountain of friendship towards men - a — George Eliot

Spasms Under Rib Quotes By Bob Krist

There is an answer to this question, and for anyone who is well and truly afflicted with wanderlust, it is obvious. My favorite place is always the NEXT place--the place I haven't been yet. — Bob Krist

Spasms Under Rib Quotes By George Eliot

One way of getting an idea of our fellow-countrymen's miseries is to go and look at their pleasures. — George Eliot

Spasms Under Rib Quotes By Emmanuel Carrere

That same year the same Yakovlev explained on television that the decree rehabilitating all those who had been persecuted since 1917 was not at all a measure of clemency, as people in the Party were saying, but of repentance: "We are not pardoning them, we are asking their pardon. The goal of this decree is to rehabilitate us, who by remaining silent and looking away were accomplices to these crimes." In short, there was a sudden consensus that for the last seventy years the country had been in the hands of a gang of criminals. — Emmanuel Carrere

Spasms Under Rib Quotes By Alessandro Nivola

I'd grown up loving English films. I was a huge Monty Python fanatic as a kid. — Alessandro Nivola

Spasms Under Rib Quotes By Todd Zaki Warfel

A prototype is a representative model or simulation of the final system. Unlike requirements documents and wireframes, prototypes go further than show and tell and actually let you experience the design. — Todd Zaki Warfel

Spasms Under Rib Quotes By Philip Neri

The best remedy for dryness of spirit, is to picture ourselves as beggars in the presence of God and the Saints, and like a beggar, to go first to one saint, then to another, to ask a spiritual alms of them with the same earnestness as a poor fellow in the streets would ask an alms of us. — Philip Neri

Spasms Under Rib Quotes By William Devane

I like working fast, but I got to the age where the real difference between television and the movies is, I'm not smart enough to be in the movies. It's a very political world. In all modesty, I can say that I'm a much better actor, but that doesn't matter. — William Devane