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Con esperanza no se come. Hope does not get you anything to eat. -- Jay Burnett
I must confess, my Spanish is not so good - except I read a little, so I started with the English but then determined that it would have to be in Spanish. -- George Crumb
Que bonito es el mundo; Lastima es que yo me muera." "How beautiful is the world; It's a pity that I must die. -- William Carlsen
I shall develop the thesis that anyone acting communicatively must, in performing any speech act, raise universal validity claims and suppose that they can be vindicated. -- Jurgen Habermas
The novel does not seek to establish a privileged language but it insists upon the freedom to portray and analyze the struggle between the different contestants for such privileges. -- Salman Rushdie
The state in which the ideas existed before being made conscious is called by us repression, and we assert that the force which instituted the repression and maintains it is perceived as resistance during the work of analysis. -- Sigmund Freud
Amor es despertar a una mujer y que no se indigne.
(Love is when you wake up a woman and she is not mad at you.) -- Ramon Gomez De La Serna
The truth thy speech doth show, within my heart reproves the swelling pride.
[It., Lo tuo ver dir m'incuora
Buona umilta e gran tumor m'appiani.] -- Dante Alighieri
Caminante, no hay puentes, se hace puentes al andar.
(Voyager, there are no bridges, one builds them as one walks.) -- Gloria E. Anzaldua
Sufre mas el que espera siempre
que aquel que nunca espero a nadie?
Does he who is always waiting suffer more than he who's never waited for anyone? -- Pablo Neruda
SCARAMOUCHE Rafael -- Rafael Sabatini
I believe in terms of the work that I do, in establishing dialogue about race relations in Latin America, steps on one of the most relevant themes today. -- Bocafloja
The function of criticism is the reeducation of perception of works of art? The conception that its business is to appraise, to judge in the legal and moral sense, arrests the perception of those who are influenced by the criticism that assumes this task. -- John Dewey
Nunca se debe gatear, cuando se tiene el impulso de volar (Never crawl when the impulse is to fly) -- Helen Keller
In Mexico the gods ruled, the priests interpreted and interposed, and the people obeyed.In Spain, the priests ruled, the king interpreted and interposed, and the gods obeyed. A nuance in an ideological difference is a wide chasm. -- Richard Condon
It is in vain for us to devise schemes by which competition can be put out of civilized life. Competition is the condition of life. -- Lyman Abbott
Can you speak Espanol?"
"I think you're lying."
"What difference does it make? All I want is warm sunshine and sand between my toes. -- Lee Debourg
Dude, estoy aqui por loco, no por pendejo, which was the punch line to the funniest Spanish joke I knew. Okay, the only one. Google it. -- Cory Doctorow
Every man should measure himself by his own standard.
[Lat., Metiri se quemque suo modulo ac pede verum est.] -- Horace
The ferocity of Santiago Nasar's fate, which had collected twenty years of happiness from him not only with his death but also with the dismemberment of his body and its dispersion and extermination. -- Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Giving requires good sense.
[Lat., Rest est ingeniosa dare.] -- Ovid
Argentine political life is like the life of an ant community or an African forest tribe: full of events, full of crisis and deaths, but life is always cyclical, and the year ends as it begins. -- V.s. Naipaul
The Miss America contest isthe most perfectly rendered theater in our culture, for it so perfectly captures what we yearn for: a low-class ritual, a polished restatement of vulgarity, that wants to open the door to high-class respectability by way of plain middle-class anxiety and ambition. -- Gerald Early
At the heart of the American paradigm is the perception that law and its agents . . . police officers, correctional officers, attorneys and judges . . . are color-blind and thus justice is impartial, objective and seeks la verdad (the truth). But, la realidad (reality) differs. -- Martin Guevara Urbina
Tables of Contents Introduction Chapter 1 Bonjour, France! Chapter 2 Numbers and Gender Chapter 3 Plural Forms of Nouns Chapter 4 Pronouns Chapter 5 Verbs Chapter 6 Prepositions Chapter 7 Useful Expressions Preview Of'Spanish For Beginners' Check Out My Other Books Conclusion -- Manuel De Cortes
The mock rationality of the debate conceals the arbitrariness of the will and power at work in its resolution. It -- Alasdair Macintyre
This transformation of competition into monopoly is one of the most important - if not the most important - phenomena of modern capitalist economy, -- Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
Usurpers always bring about or select troublous times to get passed, under cover of the public terror, destructive laws, which the people would never adopt in cold blood. The moment chosen is one of the surest means of distinguishing the work of the legislator from that of the tyrant. -- Jean-Jacques Rousseau
The novel is a spiritual drama of moral struggles concerning faith, doubt and reason, offering a complex narrative steeped with ethical debates of God, free will and morality. Since -- Fyodor Dostoyevsky
El Sueno de la razon produce monstrous. (The sleep of reason breeds monsters) -- Francisco De Goya
Our arguments - and those of hundreds more Venezuelans suffering the same injustice - are clear and forceful: political disqualification violates laws in Venezuela and throughout the continent. -- Leopoldo Lopez
It is the contest that delights us, and not the victory. -- Blaise Pascal
The nation's government has just handed me the bill that grants us our civil rights. I am receiving it before you, certain that I am accepting this on behalf of all Argentinean women, and I can feel my hands tremble with joy as they grasp the laurel proclaiming victory. -- Evita Peron
Spain as a modern centralized nation is an illusion, a very unfortunate one; for the present atrophy, the desolating resultlessness of a century of revolution, may very well be due in large measure to the artificial imposition of centralized government on a land essentially centrifugal. -- John Dos Passos
This communication alone, by the comparison of the antagonisms, rivalries, movements which give birth to decisive moments, permits the evolution of the soul, whereby a man realizes himself on earth. It is impossible to be concerned with anything else in art. -- Robert Delaunay
Rigid geometry forced in varied curves is "mother," / is "nature," is systematic violation." Muy Bueno. / This device is for you, the mutilated of no art. -- Christian Peet
Competition is a moral problem and an emotional tangle and a political conundrum. -- Valerie Miner
Compra solamente lo necesario, no lo conveniete. Lo innecesario, aunque cueste un solo centimo, es caro.
Buy only what is necessary, not what is convenient. What is unnecessary, even if it only costs one cent, is expensive. -- Seneca.
This conflict between right and fact has endured since the origins of society. To bring the duel to an end, to consolidate the pure ideal with the human reality, to make the right peacefully interpenetrate the fact, and the fact the right, this is the work of the wise. -- Victor Hugo
The introduction of free competition is thus public declaration that from now on the members of society are unequal only to the extent that their capitals are unequal, that capital is the decisive power, and that therefore the capitalists, the bourgeoisie, have become the first class in society. -- Karl Marx
Behold a contest worthy of a god, a brave man matched in conflict with adversity. -- Seneca The Younger
Who is as free as a writer? Nadie es tan libre como un escritor . . . No one is as free as a writer! -- Sofia Espinoza Alvarez
The beloved's innocence brutalizes the lover. As the singing of a mad person behind you on the train enrages you, its beautiful animal-like teeth shining amid black planes of paint. As Helen enrages history. Senza uscita. -- Anne Carson
[There is] a duty in refusing to cooperate in any undertaking that violates the Constitutional rights of the individual. This holds in particular for all inquisitions that are concerned with the private life and the political affiliations of the citizens. -- Albert Einstein
Dattebayo! (Do you get what I am saying?!) -- Masashi Kishimoto
To constitute a dispute there must be two parties. To understand it well, both parties and all the circumstances must be fully heard; and to accommodate the differences, temper and mutual forbearance are requisite. -- George Washington
Si vas a volverte loco, vuelve te solo -- Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Bene disserer est finis logices.
(The end of logic is to dispute well.) -- Christopher Marlowe
It is clear that no one will achieve any kind of objective through the force of violence, and that no one will make Spaniards yield to threats of guns, whoever may be holding them -- Jose Maria Aznar
A just fortune awaits the deserving.
[Lat., Fors aequa merentes
Respicit.] -- Statius
There are many ways to rule, many things required to be un hombre or to be una mujere, for each person can decide for himself. Sometimes you can even be both. Without having to choose one or the other -- Mayra Santos-Febres
Spanish children are too often ill-cared for, but despite the abuses of ignorant motherhood and fatherhood, such vivid, vivacious, bewitching little people as they are! -- Katharine Lee Bates
The author observes the shift now that children are not a source of labor for the family, that they have gone from employees of the parents to the bosses of the parents. -- Jennifer Senior
Nothing is more usual than for philosophers to encroach upon the province of grammarians; and to engage in disputes of words, while they imagine that they are handling controversies of the deepest importance and concern. -- David Hume
There is nothing lost, but may be found, if sought.
(No hay nada perdido, que no pueda encontrarse, si se lo busca) -- Edmund Spenser
You fight to win; you argue to achieve agreement. -- Jay Heinrichs
Tota est scientia
Knowledge is all -- Rachel Caine
But assuredly Fortune rules in all things; she raised to eminence or buries in oblivion everything from caprice rather than from well-regulated principle.
[Lat., Sed profecto Fortuna in omni re dominatur; ea res cunctas ex lubidine magis, quam ex vero, celebrat, obscuratque.] -- Sallust
Hortense. We broke -- Heather Webb
Sorry, my watch doesn't speak spanish. -- Stone Cold Steve Austin
Hugo Chavez has tried to steal an inspiring phrase 'Patria o muerte, venceremos.' It does not belong to him. It belongs to a free Cuba. -- Mitt Romney
One must believe that private dilemmas are, if deeply examined, universal, and so, if expressed, have a human value beyond the private, and one must also believe in the vehicle for expressing them, in the talent. -- May Sarton
We live in a highly competitive society, each of us trying to outdo the other in wealth, in popularity or social prestige, in dress, in scholastic grades or golf scores. One is often tempted to say that conflict, rather than cooperation, is the great governing principle of human life. -- S.i. Hayakawa
Justification, in terms of the broadening of freedom, for any particular form of institution of property must be argued in terms of whether the losses caused by the restrictions imposed are greater or less than the gains derived from the elimination of costly conflict. -- Kenneth E. Boulding
[Ella] "Again, I ask, whose side are you on?"
[Lola] "The side that has the least Dorito-flavored vomit on the floor after the party. -- Dakota Cassidy
Competition between women is good only if it does not prevail; that is to say if it coexists with affinity, affection, with a real sense of being mutually indispensable, with sudden peaks of solidarity in spite of envy, jealousy and the whole inevitable cohort of bad feelings. -- Elena Ferrante
Theo explained, in what he thought was perfect Spanish, that Julio needed extra help with his algebra. Evidently, she did not understand perfect Spanish because she asked Julio what Theo was talking about. -- John Grisham
Reduced to its lowest terms, the great struggle which now rocks the whole earth more and more takes on the character of a struggle of the individual versus the state. -- J. Reuben Clark
Competition is like experimentation in science, a discovery process, and it must rely on the self interest of producers, it must allow them to use their knowledge for their purposes, because nobody else possesses the information -- Friedrich August Von Hayek
At bottom, the battle has been waged on moral grounds. The country has debated whether a society for which the dignity of the individual is the supreme value can, without a fundamental inconsistency, follow the practice of deliberately putting one of its members to death. -- William J. Brennan
I realised that the political context had got worse since the 2010 World Cup. I tried to ignore it but I wanted, as a national coach - you may call this Utopia - to make Catalans and Basques feel good about supporting a Spanish side ... to unite even the most sectarian and nationalist. -- Vicente Del Bosque
A crucial contribution to the ideological argument ... it provides a vital part of the intellectual manifesto on which the battle for a better society can be fought -- Roy Hattersley
In Mexico today the word for the ultimate, the best in anything from a straight flush to the sight of beautiful country, is a todo madre, something which is 'wholly mother'. -- John Hillaby
The trouble arises from the generally received philosophy of life, according to which life is a contest, a competition, in which respect is to be a ccorded to the victor. This view leads to an undue cultivation of the will at the expense of the senses and the intellect. -- Bertrand Russell
One Day, I Will Be Successful . . .
Un Dia Tendre Exito . . . -- Haresh Buxani
Silent enim leges inter arma (Laws are silent in times of war). -- Marcus Tullius Cicero
Para ser inteligente, hay que empezar desde chica.
To be intelligent, one must start young. -- Maria Luisa Bombal
Contention is inseparable from creating knowledge. It is not contention we should try to avoid, but discourses that attempt to suppress contention. -- Joyce Appleby
Everything is a contest. All dealings among men are a contest in which some will succeed and others fail. And some are failing quite spectacularly. -- Brandon Sanderson
We are very much afflicted now by tedious, fruitless controversy. Very often, perhaps typically, the most important aspect of a controversy is not the area of disagreement but the hardening of agreement, the tacit granting on all sides of assumptions that ought not to be granted on any side. -- Marilynne Robinson
I am afraid the Spanish American has not always a very strict regard for truth. -- Edward Burnett Tylor
Competition is my life; winning is my only goal -- Daley Thompson
There are many examples in high schools which show something about the effects such competition might have. -- James S. Coleman
This is essentially a people's contest ... whose leading object is to elevate the condition of men - to lift artificial weights from all shoulders - to clear the paths of laudable pursuit for all - to afford all, an unfettered start and a fair chance, in the race of life. -- Abraham Lincoln
Do I hear a challenge?" she whispers, "Oh, Carlos. You know I can't resist a challenge. -- Simone Elkeles
The strangest of all the doctrines of the cult of competition, in which admittedly there must be losers as well as winners, is that the result of competition is inevitably good for everybody, that altruistic ends may be met by a system without altruistic motives or altruistic means. -- Wendell Berry
And, moreover, it is art in its most general and comprehensive form that is here discussed, for the dialogue embraces everything connected with it, from its greatest object, the state, to its least, the embellishment of sensuous existence. -- Friedrich Schleiermacher
The outstanding examples are still Cardozo's Nature of the Judicial Process18 -- Richard A. Posner
You may be always victorious if you will never enter into any contest where the issue does not wholly depend upon yourself. -- Epictetus
Upon this dispute not alone our lands and goods are engaged, but all that we call ours. These rights, these privileges, which made our fathers freemen, are in question. -- John Eliot
Well, you better be hungry, I have all your favorites. Arroz con habichuelas y ensalada! -- Emmy L. Montes
Porfirio Rubirosa. -- Junot Diaz
Competition for the sake not of destroying one another, but for the sake of bettering and improving both competitors as a result of the competition. -- Woodie Flowers
In the immortal words of Roberto Duran, we are saying, 'No mas!' We will educate students and then promote them, not the reverse -- Joel Klein
Competition is enjoyable only when it is a means to perfect one's skills; when it becomes an end in itself, it ceases to be fun. -- Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Locus ab auctoritate est infirmissimus. [The argument from authority is the weakest.] -- Thomas Aquinas
It is an essential part of the interpretive work that it should keep in step with fluctuations between love and hatred, between happiness and satisfaction on the one hand and persecutory anxiety and depression on the other. -- Melanie Klein
It lifts my spirits to see the statues of mothers, working women, and female peasants. These respectful and well-maintained tributes to women make the day special for me; this art is a lasting reminder that women matter in these rural Spanish towns and that women's contributions are remembered. -- Jane V. Blanchard
This is not the Spanish announce table! -- Cm Punk
The Ruy Lopez occupied a constant place in my opening repertoire. In it is reflected the classical interpretation of the problem of the centre. -- Vasily Smyslov