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Turned 19 Quotes By Dree Hemingway

I was scouted when I was, like, sixteen, and I hated it. I wasn't ready to work. When I turned 19, I decided to move to Paris to pursue modeling for myself there. It was kind of a way to get out of the house and discover something for myself, in a way. — Dree Hemingway

Turned 19 Quotes By C.L.Stone

I meant run out the front door. The dude had a gun. I threw my hands up. I couldn't believe him. I turned around, ready to walk out the door and make him drive back. It was late. I was a mess. I wanted to be between the sheets next to Kota and Nathan and not getting shot at while stealing a digital camera.
Stone, C. L. (2014-01-19). Drop of Doubt: The Ghost Bird Series: #5 (Kindle Locations 3840-3843). Arcato Publishing. Kindle Edition. — C.L.Stone

Turned 19 Quotes By Roy Jones Jr.

I think I might've turned 39, look like I turned 29, feel like I turned about 19. — Roy Jones Jr.

Turned 19 Quotes By Colbie Caillat

When I turned 19 I kinda realized that I needed to write my own songs instead of singing songs written by other people. — Colbie Caillat

Turned 19 Quotes By Hilary Duff

When I turned about 18 or 19, I was really ready to, like, stop being - stop being seen in this, like, perfect light. — Hilary Duff

Turned 19 Quotes By Bill Paxton

My first film was a movie shot in 1974. I was 18 on that movie set. It was called 'Big Bad Mama.' I turned 19 on the next movie I worked on, which was a black 'Blazing Saddles.' I worked in the art department. It was called 'Darktown Strutters.' — Bill Paxton

Turned 19 Quotes By David Coleman

And here's Moses Kiptanui - the 19 year old Kenyan, who turned 20 a few weeks ago. — David Coleman

Turned 19 Quotes By Graeme Simsion

I would normally have scheduled my driving time according to published studies on fatigue and booked accommodation accordingly. But I had been too busy to plan. Nevertheless, I stopped for rest breaks every two hours and found myself able to maintain concentration. At 11.43 p.m., I detected tiredness, but rather than sleep I stopped at a service station, refuelled, and ordered four double espressos. I opened the sunroof and turned up the CD player volume to combat fatigue, and at 7.19 a.m. on Saturday, with the caffeine still running all around my brain, Jackson Browne and I pulled into Moree. — Graeme Simsion