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No more let us alter or falter or palter. From Malta to Yalta, and Yalta to Malta. -- Winston Churchill
Anekico ler aracnia"
~Victory to the spider
"Ki mi ypomonitikosi teleson semerie"
~And today my patience ends -- Sherrilyn Kenyon
Bid the hungry Greek go to heaven, he will go.
[Lat., Graeculus esuriens in coelum, jusseris, ibit.] -- Juvenal
I am going to find the Crochans. And I am going to raise an army with them. For Aelin Galathynius. And her people. And for ours. - Manon -- Sarah J. Maas
One of the fellows called me 'Cyclone' but finally shortened it to 'Cy' and its been that ever since. -- Cy Young
Playing the Cretan with the Cretans (i.e. lying to liars). -- Plutarch
Reaching and reached. Cassia -- Ally Condie
I lived on the Greek side of Cypress, and I think that's also where my interest in politics really started to come alive. It was the first time that I was told I couldn't go somewhere: My grandfather's house is on the Turkish side, but we were not allowed to go there. -- Hannah Simone
Until the blood from my pen runs dry, I shall worship the Greek body, the Greek mind, and the Greek soul.
Until my tears land upon Greek soil, I shall forever live in exile. -- Pietros Maneos
Periplus of the Erythrean Sea, written -- Jared Diamond
I'm the C.E.O., n<>ong>oong>minated by the shareh<>ong>oong>lders. If they're n<>ong>oong>t happy, I have t<>ong>oong> take the c<>ong>oong>nsequences. -- Carlos Ghosn
Those bastards had driven me into a trap; Cyclops ate the trap. -- Kresley Cole
In that moment, he chose Greek. He threw in his lot with Camp Half-Blood-and the horses changed. The storm clouds inside burned away, leaving nothing but red dust and shimmering heat, like mirages on the Sahara. -- Rick Riordan
Cynicism is a form of obedience. -- Cornelius Eady
between Scylla and Charybdis, -- Alison Weir
A Caligula, or a Yuri Vorbarra, can rule a long time, while the best men hesitate to do what is necessary to stop him, and the worst ones take advantage. -- Lois Mcmaster Bujold
We must go to Athens. -- James Joyce
Go and come back safely. -- Amanda Sun
Do you think my Cyn would like a souvenir?" he asked Duncan.
Duncan leaned sideways to study the dripping organ.
"probably not, My lord. -- D.b. Reynolds
Yes, "centrifugal." I will fight you. -- Randall Munroe
If you've ever had a rational thought or asked Why? or gazed at the night sky in silent wonder, then you have had a Greek moment. -- Eric Weiner
Cynicism is a powerful anesthetic we use to numb ourselves to pain, but which also, by its nature, numbs us to truth and joy. -- Rachel Held Evans
Today I want to send a message of optismism to all Greeks. Our road, our path, will be more stabilised. Our country will be in a better situation. We will be stronger. -- George Papandreou
but for mine own part, it was Greek to me. -- William Shakespeare
People tried and failed to combine the words Izzy and Ymir. The closest they came was Izmir, but that had been the name of a city in Turkey. -- Neal Stephenson
But, for my own part, it was Greek to me. -- William Shakespeare
So weenybeenyveenyteeny. -- James Joyce
Read Churchill, he tells you how crucial was the Greek role in your decisive desert victory over Rommel. -- Melina Mercouri
But Greece and her foundations are Built below the tide of war, Based on the crystalline sea Of thought and its eternity; Her citizens, imperial spirits, Rule the present from the past, On all this world of men inherits Their seal is set. -- Percy Bysshe Shelley
Hyacinth. Please forgive me. -- Vanessa Diffenbaugh
Good things don't end in -eum; they end in -mania or -teria. -- Homer
Hige sceal pe heardra, heorte pe cenre,
mod sceal pe mare pe ure maegen lytlao.
( Will shall be the sterner, heart the bolder, spirit the greater as
our strength lessens. ) -- J.r.r. Tolkien
Atalanta in Calydon -- F Scott Fitzgerald
I am not a cynic. -- Kevin Costner
We've come full circle but the best remains the heart of the city, the greatest center of the greatest city, our Acropolis, where our Christmas tree is lighted. -- Daniel Patrick Moynihan
Natives of the Florida Keys often refer to themselves as Conchs, and for good reason: They have been drinking. -- Dave Barry
A man may rule his household,
And a King govern his land,
But Death walks in the thrall of Cephrael's Hand. -- Melissa Mcphail
Philo of Alexandria, -- Sara Lewis Holmes
Semmelweis reflex. They -- Peter Watts
It was an American who said that while a Frenchman's truth was akin to a straight line, a Welshman's truth was more in the nature of a curve, and it is a fact that Welsh affairs are entangled always in parabola, double-meaning and implication. This makes for a web-like interest ... -- Jan Morris
Country IX. The Gorgon's Head X. Two Promises XI. A Companion Picture XII. The Fellow -- Charles Dickens
Margowegottagohomeandtell. -- John Green
A cynic is a man who looks at the world with a monocle in his mind's eye. -- Carolyn Wells
Cyprus was a breath away from economic collapse. It was a big battle in which we came out wounded, but upright and determined to make a fresh start. -- Nicos Anastasiades
of the ancient cities of Greece and -- Philippa Gregory
ceasing. 1 THESSALONIANS -- Billy Graham
We are on a difficult course, on a new Odyssey for Greece, but we know the road to Ithaca and have charted the waters. -- George Papandreou
All over Greece, strangers of a certain age will greet one another with the question, "And where were you and what did you do when Xerxes came to Marathon?" Then they exchange lies. -- Gore Vidal
Cogg would suddenly stand stock still. "Listen," he would say. Some feeble quack would be heard from the willow beyond the pond. "That's an easy one to tell. The frog-pippit." Then he would add, As a safety measure, "As I believe they call it in these parts." -- Stephen Potter
A Mediterranean city is really my culture. -- Zinedine Zidane
Durhallem, Ydramil, Wrommish, Paedle, Truska-Pren, Wheklam, and Ordna. -- James A. Moore
which we call men [Greek: euyvomoves], or say they have -- Aristotle.
I've been waiting over 40 years to come to Cyprus, and it has not disappointed - the birthplace of Aphrodite, the Crossroads of Civilization, and, I might add, a genuine strategic partner to the United States of America. -- Joe Biden
CJ is my nickname. It stands for Cameron, and my middle name is John. -- Cj Adams
Rememberatorium), -- Robert Sheckley
The light of Greece opened my eyes, penetrated my pores, expanded my whole being. -- Henry Miller
It may be prodigious, but it's all Greek to me! -- Herge
I'm a proud Greek. I carry my Hellenism like a badge of merit. -- Telly Savalas
The main thing is that the 'C' is silent, so it kind of starts with a 'Z.' Z-O-O-K-RIE. It's Ukrainian, on my dad's side. -- Matt Czuchry
a cynic is one who has given up but not yet shut up. Commit -- Kerry A. Robinson
Shun the inquisitive person, for he is also a talker.
[Lat., Percunctatorem fugito, nam garrulus idem est.] -- Horace
Hippodamus, son of Euryphon, a native of Miletus, invented the art of planning and laid out the street plan of Piraeus. -- Aristotle.
On desperate seas long wont to roam,
Thy hyacinth hair, thy classic face,
Thy Naiad airs have brought me home
To the glory that was Greece,
And the grandeur that was Rome. -- Edgar Allan Poe
Great Cyclopean cities of titan blocks and sky-flung monoliths, all dripping with green ooze and sinister with latent horror. -- H.p. Lovecraft
I am proud of being a Greek of the diaspora. -- George Papandreou
Cynicism is our shared common language, the Esperanto that actually caught on, and though I'm not fluent in it - I like too many things, and I'm not envious of enough people - I know enough to get by. -- Nick Hornby
What ails thee, raising this ado for us?
I say the dead are come to slay the living. -- Aeschylus
It was early spring, 326 BC, in the beautiful city of Chersonesus protected by a haunting deep blue sea and a giant wall. Today was the second day of the Festival of Dionysus. -- Destin Bays
Meanwhile, in the th<>rong>rorong>ne <>rong>rorong>om, Rhea threw an Oscar-worthy tantrum. She screamed and stomped her feet and called K<>rong>rorong>nos all kinds of unflattering names. "RO-O-CCCKY!" she wailed. "NO-O-O-O-O-O-O! -- Rick Riordan
Three Scotsmen of the clan McKay were looking for a fourth member to fight four members of the Irish clan Magee ... 'I'm not one of you,' my father pointed out. 'You see, I'm one of the clan M-c-C-A-Y.' And that is how I got both my name and my sense of humor. -- Winsor Mccay
Also known as 'Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah,' or in the original Welsh, 'Cwm Rhondda,'" added Sonar Taxlaw. -- Neal Stephenson
Whoever gulps down wine as a horse gulps down water is called a Scythian. -- Athenaeus
Toor rul lol loo, gammon and spinnage, the frog he wouldn't, and high cockolorum, -- Charles Dickens
Greater Albania?!", this is a mockery of an unprecedented cynicism. -- Ismail Kadare
Aoibheann ("Who on earth could pronounce that? -- Claire Allan
Never argue Greek legends with a Greek... -- Kate Walker
Athenian men, I respect and love you,
but I shall obey the god rather than you ... -- Socrates
In writing 'A Portrait of Athens' I have attempted - rather impressionistically - to give a panorama of its present. But I have also brought in its past because I sincerely think that there is a continuity. -- Louis Macneice
When I was a kid I read these books, the Redwall books, fantasy books about a bunch of warrior mice, and the mice had this war cry that I always thought was cool: "Eulalia." And like an idiot, that's what I yelled off the Brooklyn Bridge: Eulaliaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! -- Ned Vizzini
Sydney! Stop. Think of something else. Conjugate Latin verbs. Recite the periodic table. -- Richelle Mead
Besyn larveth'is! -- Patrick Weekes
Respect your captor, Caecelia. Learn to love your position, Caecelia. Pledge loyalty to Sparta, Caecelia. All hail Queen Caecelia of Sparta! -- Sai Marie Johnson
hydra of revolution, -- Leo Tolstoy
Lat, urbes constituit aetas: hora dissolvit: momento fit cinis: diu sylva.
An age builds up cities: an hour destroys them. In a moment the ashes are made, but a forest is a long time growing. -- Seneca.
Bychan: little one Cariad: sweetheart, beloved one Annwyl: -- Lisa Kleypas
Life to most Greeks may be either tragic or comic or a mixture of both; but one thing it never is - and that is, meaningless. -- Helen Clark Macinnes
Athens, the eye of Greece, mother of arts And eloquence. -- John Milton
Oh! the metempsychosis! Oh! Pythagoras, that in bright Greece, two thousand years ago, did die, so good, so wise, so mild; I sailed with thee along the Peruvian coast last voyage - and, foolish as I am, taught thee, a green simple boy, how to splice a rope. -- Herman Melville
The boy who never sleeps, sleeping. Coming to rest upon the Cassiopeian shore, an island in the middle of a sea of blood. You have your promise, and I have you. -- Rick Yancey
CSL - cock- sucking-lips. -- Stylo Fantome
The commonwealth of Athens is become a forest of beasts. -- William Shakespeare
The Lemon Tree
Important to read for those who care about the conflict between Palistinians and jews -- Sandy Tolan
[The Cretans have] more wit than words. -- Plato
I'm bored, lalalallalalala OLLI OXEN SOMETHING!! -- Bob Smith
In the capacious urn of death, every name is shaken.
[Lat., Omne capax movet urna nomen.] -- Horace
Give a Greek enough rope and he'll hang everyone else in sight. -- Colleen Mccullough
my Clodius, how little your countrymen know of the true versatility of a Pericles, of the true witcheries of an Aspasia! -- Edward Bulwer-Lytton
You will hardly conquer, but conquer you must.
[Lat., Male vincetis, sed vincite.] -- Ovid
CRITIC OR CITRIC?
Anagram of ordinary passing judgement on talented
Kamil Ali -- Kamil Ali
Out there, in the world, all the walls were covered with graffiti: Yids, go back to Palestine, so we came back to Palestine, and now the worldatlarge shouts at us: Yids, get out of Palestine. -- Amos Oz