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Undine and Sintram for -- Louisa May Alcott
THE LETTERS FROM NO ONE T -- J.k. Rowling
Noughts... Even the word was negative. Nothing. Nil. Zero. Nonentities. It wasn't a name we'd chosen for ourselves. It was a name we'd been given. -- Malorie Blackman
Nusrat is one of the greatest singers of our time. When his singing takes off, his voice embodies soulfulness and sprituality like no other. -- Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
On a snowy winter morning, Martise of Neith - once of Asher - opened a gate and awakened darkness. -- Grace Draven
...Neferet fell smack on her butt. -- P.c. Cast
Whether goest, griefe? where I am wont. -- George Herbert
I want my narre to mean me. -- Mark Haddon
I play a nobody in Japan. -- Jackie Chan
One night is awaiting us all, and the way of death must be trodden once.
[Lat., Omnes una manet nox,
Et calcanda semel via leti.] -- Horace
Quaff, oh quaff this kind nepenthe, and forget this lost Lenore! -- Edgar Allan Poe
BLARGLE SLORG NOTH HARGHLE FTHAGN! You know. The usual. -- Jim Butcher
The Niobe of nations! there she stands. -- Lord Byron
Agenbite of Inwit -- James Joyce
So we're all right, an' I, for one, Don't think our cause'll lose in vally By rammin' Scriptur' in our gun, An' gittin' Natur' for an ally. -- James Russell Lowell
The word "no" denotes a shutting of the door. It means failure, defeat, delay. But spell in backwards and take new hope, for backwards it spells "on." -- Norman Vincent Peale
I am the Neelkanth! -- Amish Tripathi
This is no place for anyone," Vianne -- Kristin Hannah
Sassenach I might be to him, but not English. -- Diana Gabaldon
Now I shall spy on beauty as none has Spied on it yet. Now I shall cry out as None has cried out. Now I shall try what none Has tried. Now I shall do what none has done. -- Vladimir Nabokov
It is nayat one fraigen, lita. It has naya honed scales to rip yon wide. -- Fawn Bonning
It is typically Norwegian to be good -- Kjell Magne Bondevik
O saar, beware!
Beware the horde,
The ones you never see.
We build your lairth,
We do all this for free.
You torch our hideth
You crunch our boneth
Kill with impunity,
But we are not
Tho helpless now.
Our day cometh. We are free. -- Rachel Hartman
Narzel fart," I swore. -- N.e. Conneely
Mister Trod?" said Bod. "Tell me about revenge."
"Dish best served cold." said Nehemiah Trot. -- Neil Gaiman
The nothing nothings. -- Martin Heidegger
I hear nothings, I speak nothings, I take interest in nothing and from nothing to nothing I travel gently down the dull way which leads to becoming nothing. -- Marie Anne De Vichy-Chamrond, Marquise Du Deffand
Tinks titties Rache
Jenks -- Kim Harrison
Hvad udad tabes, skal indad vindes. (What was lost without will be found within.) -- Michael Booth
Did you ever go to a place ... I think it was called Norway?" "No," said Arthur, "no, I didn't." "Pity," said Slartibartfast, "that was one of mine. Won an award, you know. Lovely crinkly edges. I was most upset to hear of its destruction. -- Douglas Adams
Suen Le! (it means, "Let it be. -- Adeline Yen Mah
Sari Nusseibeh is a man without a country. -- Elliott Abrams
Mens videt astra.
(The soul sees the stars.) -- Merrie Haskell
You're NOT Norway!!! You'll never BE Norway!!! And BECAUSE of your not being Norway, you will be CRUELLY and UNFORGIVINGLY PUNISHED!!! -- Denmark
Falconet replied: "I should say not, -- Ian Sales
Flipp'er over, flip flip!
Elcric d'na, trats! -- Broom
titillate an ocelot?' Answer: 'Oscillate its tit a lot. -- Thomas Caplan
I'm nobody, who are you? -- Emily Dickinson
Our nannas are losers. -- Barbara Park
The bronze rider of Mnementh, Lord F'lar, will require quarters for himself. I, F'nor, brown rider, prefer to be lodged with the wingmen. We are, in number, twelve. F'lar liked that touch of F'nor's, totting up the wing strength, as if Fax were incapable of counting. -- Anne Mccaffrey
And I, the while, the sole unbusy thing,
Nor honey make, nor pair, nor build, nor sing. -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Regardless of its textual component, Noh is ultimately indescribable, like sexual ecstasy; what consoles me for my failure of language is the fact that so is everything else. Moreover, Noh aspires to indescribability. -- William T. Vollmann
But whate'er I am, nor I nor any man that but man is,
With nothing shall be pleased 'til he be eased
With being nothing. -- William Shakespeare
Am inteles ca un om poate avea totul neavand nimic si nimic avand totul. -- Mihai Eminescu
Light shines universally on all living beings saying the Nenbutsu. Wherever they may be in the world, it welcomes all, turning away none. -- Kakunyo
Gervasio Lonquimay -- Isabel Allende
Nadir we, youth born, axe wielders, blood letters, victors still. -- David Gemmell
Along this road goes no one, this autumn eve. -- Basho Matsuo
I'm a Yente and I have a terrible accent. -- Lynn Samuels
By God," quod he, "for pleynly, at a word,
Thy drasty rymyng is nat worth a toord! -- Geoffrey Chaucer
expression - nothing -- Wilkie Collins
Nac Mac Feegle! The Wee Free Men! Nae king! Nae quin! Nae laird! Nae master! We willna' be fooled again! -- Terry Pratchett
I'm a Nobody! Who are you? Are you nobody, too? There's a pair of us- don't tell! -- Emily Dickinson
The man that will nocht quhen he may Sall haif nocht quhen he wald. -- Robert Henryson
Nothing, my dear and clever colleague, is not your run-of-the-mill nothing, the result of idleness and inactivity, but dynamic, aggressive Nothingness, that is to say, perfect, unique, ubiquitous, in other words Nonexistence, ultimate and supreme. -- Stanislaw Lem
I am neither I nor the other one
I am something in between -- Mario De Sa-Carneiro
Orito banishes all thoughts of Jacob de Zoet, and recalls Jacob de Zoet. -- David Mitchell
Aoibheann ("Who on earth could pronounce that? -- Claire Allan
It's OAT-freaking-MEAL! -- Katherine Applegate
I'm nobody! Who are you?
Are you nobody, too?
Then there 's a pair of us - don't tell!
They 'd banish us, you know.
How dreary to be somebody!
How public, like a frog
To tell your name the livelong day
To an admiring bog! -- Emily Dickinson
Did you just say 'nerd'?"
"Not a 'nerd' - node."
"Oh. -- Raymond Benson
If you ever feel alone, just look up. #nucherte -- Loretta R. Walls
The man who is roused neither by glory nor by danger it is in vain to exhort; terror closes the ears of the mind.
[Lat., Quem neque gloria neque pericula excitant, nequidquam hortere; timor animi auribus officit.] -- Sallust
Side? I am on nobody's side, because nobody is on my side, little orc. -- J.r.r. Tolkien
Nonfear is the basis of true happiness, and if you can offer nonfear to someone, you are giving that person the best kind of gift. -- Thich Nhat Hanh
You have learned much, Karsa Orlong."
"I have, T'lan Imass. As you shall witness. -- Steven Erikson
STRYMAKTFJERDAN. Fjerdan might. -- Leigh Bardugo
I do not want this cat. No, Nat. Not in a hat. Not in my flat. Not in the store, not anymore, just out the door.
if you please. -- Josh Lanyon
Mr. Norrell gazed at Strange with an odd expression upon his face as though he would have been glad of a little conversation with him, but had not the least idea how to begin. -- Susanna Clarke
[Lat., Ne quis nimis. (From the Greek)] -- Solon
Nor fire, nor rocks, can stop our furious minds, Nor waves, nor winds. -- Francis Quarles
I am nobody! Who are you? Are you a nobody, too? -- Emily Dickinson
a Nean derthal with a badge. -- C.j. Box
You asked what you'd done to displease me and I told you: you're breathing. And in much too close a proximity to me. That displeases me. It's
time you depart my bed." Neferet sighed and flicked her fingers at him in dismissal. "Go. Now. -- P.c. Cast
I have sworn with my tongue, but my mind is unsworn.
[Lat., Juravi lingua, mentem injuratem gero.] -- Marcus Tullius Cicero
There's nothing Dutch about my architecture. -- Rem Koolhaas
Watson,' said he, 'if it should ever strike you that I am getting a little over-confident in my powers, or giving less pains to a case than it deserves, kindly whisper 'Norbury' in my ear, and I shall be infinitely obliged to you. -- Arthur Conan Doyle
More to the point: the growing universe of the Nones - the new nonreligious - is one of the most spiritually vibrant and provocative spaces in modern life. It is not a world in which spiritual life is absent. It is a world that resists religious excesses and shallows. -- Krista Tippett
Tritons Trident! -- Anna Banks
Semmelweis reflex. They -- Peter Watts
"What now?" I incredulously exclaimed.
"Do you have plans tomorrow?"
"I have a day off duty. We could-"
"No!" I shouted. "What is this? -- Cayla Kluver
Like Mrs Pleasance I always fancy that misers are old. I cannot tell why this should be since I am sure that there are as many young misers as old. As to whether or not Mr Norrell was in fact old, he was the sort of man who had been old at seventeen. -- Susanna Clarke
He is the man who has been brought on to replace Pavel Nedved. The irreplaceable Pavel Nedved. -- Clive Tyldesley
Nothingness haunts Being. -- Jean-Paul Sartre
Who the rut is that Nubrevnan Windwitch? And: He should really learn how to button a shirt. -- Susan Dennard
[f]ortune is the lease capricious of deities, and arranges things on the just and rigid system that no one shall be very happy for very long. -- Evelyn Waugh
N.F.F.N.S.N.C. Non Fui; Fui; Non Sum; Non Curo. "I was not, I was, I am not, I care not." It's a Latin saying found on Roman grave markers. It means I wasn't bothered about not existing before I existed and I'm not bothered about not existing now that I don't exist. -- Epicurus
Neither poems nor prose just a length of rope just the wet earth
that's the way home. neither vodka nor bread just bursts of rage just more new graves
that's youth and that's love. neither sleep nor waking neither joy nor laughter just tears in the night
so the rope, paper, knife. -- Tadeusz Borowski
What is my nothingness to the stupor that awaits you? -- Arthur Rimbaud
Man delights not me; no,
nor Woman neither; -- William Shakespeare
My father who art in hell, Lestat be your name. -- Anne Rice
The sick mind can not bear anything harsh.
[Lat., Mensque pati durum sustinet aegra nihil.] -- Ovid
Is that a beard, or is Niedermayer eating a muskrat? -- Harry Neale
It seems that the people of Oran are like that friend of Flaubert who, on the point of death, casting a last glance at the irreplaceable earth, exclaimed: Close the window, it's too beautiful. -- Albert Camus
Men may the wise atrenne, and naught atrede. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
Oh! do look at Miss Oriel's bonnet the next time you see her. I cannot understand why it should be so, but I am sure of this - no English fingers could put together such a bonnet as that; and I am nearly sure that no French fingers could do it in England. -- Anthony Trollope
Nor Time, nor Place, nor Chance, nor Death can bow/my least desires unto the least remove -- Audrey Niffenegger
there was no television in the Netherlands during the afternoons! -- Robert Ludlum
One thing you can count on when visiting the Nevernever: you don't ever get bored. -- Jim Butcher
Maktub" (It is written.) -- Paulo Coelho