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In a village of La Mancha, the name of which I have no desire to call to mind, there lived not long since one of those gentlemen that keep a lance in the lance-rack, an old buckler, a lean hack, and a greyhound for coursing. -- Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
Kalevala, whereas -- Arthur C. Clarke
Cottage is the palace of humble man! -- Mehmet Murat Ildan
Chaykin's Shadow is a modern legend at his best. -- Rick Remender
In the last analysis, a pickle is a cucumber with experience. -- Irena Chalmers
Nothing but beauty and douceur -- Mireille Guiliano
Let's have another bottle of 'cham,'" said Captain Clutterbuck, when their dinner was nearly over. "'Cham' is the only thing to screw one up when one is down a peg. -- Anthony Trollope
Or, as I call it, a Cheesel, it's a Weasel with a Cheese finish. -- Bill Bailey
Humble Only: The Pawn -- Patrick Lencioni
She was one of those golden mulatas that French-speaking Caribbeans call chabines, that my boys call chicas de oro; she had snarled, apocalyptic hair, copper eyes, and was one whiteskinned relative away from jaba. -- Junot Diaz
cudgel! That's worth thy trouble, -- Jacob Grimm
When that Aprille with his shoures sote.
The droghte of Marche hath perced to the rote,
And bathed every veyne in swich licour,
Of which vertue engendred is the flour. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
The only really detestable character in Chaucer's company of Canterbury pilgrims is the Pardoner with his stringy locks, his eunuch's hairless skin, his glaring eyes like a hare's, and his brazen acknowledgment of the tricks and deceits of his trade. -- Barbara W. Tuchman
Apelles used to paint a good housewife on a snail, to import that she home-keeping. -- James Howell
Beaujolais is so underrated. -- Gary Vaynerchuk
A very good drink they call Chaube that is almost as black as ink and very good in illness, especially of the stomach. This they drink in the morning early in the open places before everybody, without any fear or regard, out of clay or China cups, as hot as they can, sipping it a little at a time. -- Leonhard Rauwolf
you curdled clot of whores piss -- Sara Douglass
The night, Charlene made the long ride -- Robyn Carr
Piss!" shouted Kosta, hoisting his tumbler toward Cosetta, who nearly came apart at the joints with the resulting fit of giggles.
"Thank you, Ravelle, for this gift of a daughter who will now be up all night repeating that word ... -- Scott Lynch
holy trinity" of Creole cuisine - bell peppers, celery, and onions - while -- Rysa Walker
The smylere with the knyf under the cloke. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
- Who would carry the bell canto
- Of course Montserrat Caballe -- Maria Callas
His own cabinat of cuoriositie -- James Rollins
A woman's chastity consists, like an onion, of a series of coats. -- Nathaniel Hawthorne
Raoul, you shall not pass! -- Gaston Leroux
Poor Capablanca! Thou wert a brilliant technician, but no philosopher. Thou wert not capable of believing that in chess, another style could be victorious than the absolutely correct one. -- Max Euwe
Un homme qui lit, ou qui pense, ou qui calcule, appartient a' l'espe' ce et non au sexe; dans ses meilleurs moments, il e chappe me me a' l'humain. A person who reads or thinks or calculates, belongs to a kind and not to a gender; in his or her best moments, he or she escapes being human. -- Stephanie Crayencour
Cassoulet, that best of bean feasts, is everyday fare for a peasant but ambrosia for a gastronome, though its ideal consumer is a 300-pound blocking back who has been splitting firewood nonstop for the last twelve hours on a subzero day in Manitoba. -- Julia Child
This is Chanceux Chateau. Home to the formidable Prince Severin and his extraordinary wife, Princess Elle, and all that they hold dear." The -- K.m. Shea
'Chamalkay' is an old Guyanese slang word. It means a 'young mischievous girl.' It's not derogatory, but it isn't over complimentary, either. It was probably a word I just Googled one day, and the song kind of played into the feel of that. -- Dev Hynes
Stencil had called from a Hungarian coffee shop on York Avenue known as Hungarian Coffee Shop -- Thomas Pynchon
Muzeul Gustave Moreau, -- Anonymous
Even the most astute chefs seek out the assistance of Celine Labaune, owner of Gourmet Attitude, because they know they can rely on her keen senses and deep understanding of the truffle trade. -- Thomas Keller
The pellet with the poison's in the vessel with the pestle; the chalice from the palace has the brew that is true! -- Danny Kaye
Mrs. Jaffee a little earlier. I asked if he was escorting Mrs. Jaffee. "Certainly," he said virtuously. "She is my client. What's that noise you're making?" "It's something special," I told him, "and takes a lot of practice. Don't try it offhand. It's a derisive chortle. -- Rex Stout
REVEILLE, n. A signal to sleeping soldiers to dream of battlefields no more, but get up and have their blue noses counted. -- Ambrose Bierce
My chastity's the jewel of our house, bequeathed down from many ancestors. -- William Shakespeare
A pleasantly situated hotel close to the sea, and chalets by the water's edge where one breakfasted. Clientele well-to-do, and although I count myself no snob I cannot abide paper bags and orange peel. ("Not After Midnight") -- Daphne Du Maurier
With graceful deviations in which caprice is blended with virtuosity -- Marcel Proust
I will cover the walls with words. It will be la chambre des mots. -- Anais Nin
Cesky Krumlov, the little jewel box of a city in southern Bohemia. -- Laini Taylor
French. Feel. Finger. Fuck. -- John Green
Who knows not Circe, The daughter of the Sun , whose charmed cup Whoever tasted, lost his upright shape, And downward fell into a groveling swine? -- John Milton
Cassoulet, like life itself, is not so simple as it seems. -- Paula Wolfert
Chomie' is South African homosexual men's unofficial name. -- Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Maserati. Coco's beloved -- James Patterson
What's green, hangs on a wall and whistles? -- Leo Rosten
In the V-shaped opening of her crape bodice Mlle. Vinteuil felt the sting of her friend's sudden kiss; ... -- Marcel Proust
Capricious and unfaithful, the king wished to be called Louis the Just and Louis the Chaste. Posterity will find a difficulty in understanding this character, which history explains only by facts and never by reason. -- Alexandre Dumas
Uniden Homepatrol -- Andrew Baze
Me wretched! Let me curr to quercine shades!
Effund your albid hausts, lactiferous maids!
O, might I vole to some umbrageous clump,
erump! -- Oliver Wendell Holmes
He that chastens one, chastens 20. -- George Herbert
With her enchanting songs, her rare beauty, and clever tricks, this wild 'wanderess' ensnared my soul like a gypsy-thief, and led me foolish and blind to where you find me now. The first time I saw her, fires were alight. It was a spicy night in Barcelona. The air was fragrant and free. -- Roman Payne
(Claude and Marcel LeFever were speaking in French. This simultaneous English translation is being beamed to the reader via literary satellite.) -- Tom Robbins
The next summer we went to France for six weeks, and I added another 420 words, most of them found in the popular gossip magazine, 'Voici'. "Man-eater", I'd say. "Gold digger, roustabout, louse".
"Who are you talking about?" my neighbors would ask. "What social climber? Where? -- David Sedaris
Growing up,I came up with this name: I'ma Cablinasian. -- Tiger Woods
Corneille is to Shakespeare as a clipped hedge is to a forest. -- Samuel Johnson
Cherchez la femme, Bucky. Remember that. -- James Ellroy
What is your name?"
"Again sir, that is no concern of yours."
"A mystery," he said. "I shall have to call you Clorinda."
"Judith! What the devil? exclaimed Peregrine. "Has there been an accident?"
"Judith," repeated the gentleman of the curricle pensively. "I prefer Clorinda. -- Georgette Heyer
Chef: Any cook who swears in French. -- Henry Beard
friend Pepper Taylor," Vivienne pointed left, -- J. Thomas-Like
Combray, we used often to invite him to our house. -- Marcel Proust
A crier of green sauce. -- Francois Rabelais
He called it the Carrock, because carrock is his word for it. He calls things like that carrocks, and this one is the Carrock because it is the only one near his home and he knows it well. -- J.r.r. Tolkien
pickle juice on a cookie. -- Julie Sternberg
(Hungarian ... ) the only tongue the devil respects -- Chico Buarque
Belgian stranger - all -- Agatha Christie
In French: La Fugitive, Albertine disparue Also translated as: The Sweet Cheat Gone, Albertine Gone -- Stephen Fall
ONE DAY, COCK OF THE WALK - NEXT DAY, A FEATHER DUSTER -- Diana Gabaldon
Cullan was already inside her room, walking toward her. The sliding door was reduced to shards.
"I asked you nicely." Cullan said in a loud voice. "Why won't you even-"
"Is swearing nice to you?"
"You riled me up!"
"You kissed another woman! -- Nicholaa Spencer
Danzhol. The one with the marriage proposal and the objections to the town charter in central Monsea. "Bacon," Bitterblue muttered. "Bacon!" she repeated, then carefully made her way up the spiral stairs. -- Kristin Cashore
Cavort, dear, just cavort -- Carol Burnett
Capitaine Etienne Relais was known to be incorruptible in an ambience in which vice was the norm, honor for sale, and laws made to be broken, and men operated on the assumption that he who did not abuse power did not deserve to have it. -- Isabel Allende
Caterina, a great adventure is in store for you. -- Rachel Harris
I am not Cugel the Clever for nothing! -- Jack Vance
pocket lizard licker. -- Anonymous
If you cross a pickle with a female deer ... You get a dill-doe! -- Ashley Purdy
Beauty had just squatted under one of the chairs lining the hallway. A small trickle was creeping across the marble floor.
'She's too intelligent to pay mind to me,' Lady Sylvia said blandly. 'All three dogs are French, and they behave just like Frenchmen. Decorative but peevish. -- Eloisa James
Secluded in her living room, the midday sun dimmed by long, burgundy drapes - the soft velvet cloth a steal on EBay - Circe watches the soapies on her plasma screen TV. Her elegant fingers deliver fine chocolates to her perfect lips. Her divine green eyes are dull, her expression glazed. -- Georgina Anne Taylor
Cranberry cock-tail for me, you dirty carpet-muncher. -- Jason Medina
Chanel and Boy "Arthur" Capel met sometime around 1905. -- Karen Karbo
Charles - Charlie - Taylor had -- David Mccullough
Chanel is composed of only a few elements, white camellias, quilted bags and Austrian doorman's jackets, pearls, chains, shoes with black toes. I use these elements like notes to play with. -- Karl Lagerfeld
L'chaim. Where there is life, my friends, there is hope. -- Kathryn Craft
The dead dog had come more than a hundred miles to find its master.
[Mademoiselle Cocotte] -- Guy De Maupassant
The Thane of Cawdor lives,
A prosperous gentleman; and to be King
Stands not within the prospect of belief,
No more than to be Cawdor. -- William Shakespeare
My love let me be your chalice your holy grail of dreams. -- Truth Devour
[Corneille] was inspired by Roman authors and Roman spirit, Racine with delicacy by the polished court of Louis XIV. -- Horace Walpole
Vertue flies from the heart of a Mercenary man. -- George Herbert
How can one betray oneself to such a degree? What corruption greater even than power can lead us to thus deny the proof of pleasure, to hold in contempt that which we have loved? ... I could have written about chouquettes my whole life long; and my whole life long, I wrote against them. -- Muriel Barbery
Vaclav Havel is the figure that represents the Velvet Revolution and the reunification of Europe. He will be sorely missed. -- Jerzy Buzek
What shocks the virtuous philosopher, delights the chameleon poet. -- John Keats
Ave Atque Vale
Hail and farewell -- Catullus
If you would be chaste, you must be temperate. -- Henry David Thoreau
Caballine likes me to be masterful. She calls me her stallion. -- Eoin Colfer
I will be Chateaubriand or nothing. -- Victor Hugo
The werewolf by the moon. The wererat by money. (Loup garou par la lune. - Rat garou par les thunes.) -- Charles De Leusse
Rochester: I am to take mademoiselle to the moon, and there I shall seek a cave in one of the white valleys among the volcano-tops, and mademoiselle shall live with me there, and only me. -- Charlotte Bronte
contemptuous cough -- Anton Chekhov
Dorkangelo" - Marc Hunter -- Pamela Clare