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Ogygia. Still, Hazel Levesque impressed him - even when she wasn't sitting atop a scary immortal supersonic horse who cussed like a sailor. He -- Rick Riordan
But soft you, the fair Ophelia: Ope not thy ponderous and marble jaws, But get thee to a nunnery - go! -- Mark Twain
Thus the protagonist of this Dream of mine is ooze, here and forever call'd Oozymandias the King. -- William T. Vollmann
Oedipa stood in the living room, stared at by the greenish dead eye of the TV tube, spoke the name of God, tried to feel as drunk as possible. But this did not work. -- Thomas Pynchon
Ohne Hast, aber ohne Rast. - Without haste, but without rest. -- Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
The Ogre does what ogres can, Deeds quite impossible for Man, But one prize is beyond his reach: The Ogre cannot master speech. About a subjugated plain, Among it's desperate and slain, The Ogre stalks with hands on hips, While drivel gushes from his lips. -- W. H. Auden
A Hymn of Praise to Osiris Un-Nefer, the great god who dwelleth in Abtu, the king of eternity, the lord of everlastingness, who tra-verseth millions of years in his existence. -- E.a. Wallis Budge
Can you imagine a world in which the letter O does not exist? My name would be Thm Yrke. Think about that. -- Thom Yorke
O latest born and loveliest vision far of all Olympus' faded hierarchy. -- John Keats
Olympism seeks to create a way of life based on the joy found in effort, the educational value of a good example and respect for universal fundamental ethical principles. -- Pierre De Coubertin
I am the Queen; I'll kill Orual too. -- C.s. Lewis
Agosins poetic language engages the reader in a mesmerizing journey of inward reflection and exile. -- Isabel Allende
You see, among men who are honored with the common appellation ogentleman, many contradictions to that character. -- Richard Steele
Orba (feminine), the Latin word for orphaned, parentless, childless, widowed. There was a time when I believed there was loss that could not be defined, that language had not caught up to death's enormity. But it has. Orbus, orba, orbum, orbi, orbae, orborum, orbo, orbis... -- Jacqueline Woodson
Jacian Obregon. It sounds like a melody. Or a tragedy. -- Lisa Mcmann
Odysseus is always slipping out, the man who has been everywhere, seen everything, done everything, -- Adam Nicolson
The genuine remains of Ossian, or those ancient poems which bear his name, though of less fame and extent, are, in many respects,of the same stamp with the Iliad itself. He asserts the dignity of the bard no less than Homer, and in his era, we hear of no other priest than he. -- Henry David Thoreau
Obinze imagined him, dutiful and determined, visiting the places he was supposed to visit, thinking, as he did so, not of the things he was seeing but of the photos he would take of them and of the people who would see those photos. -- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Olympism is the marriage of sport and culture. -- Juan Antonio Samaranch
Ove looks at the group assembled around him, as if he's been kidnapped and taken to a parallel universe. For a moment he thinks about swerving off the road, until he realises that the worst case scenario would be that they all accompanied him into the afterlife. -- Fredrik Backman
Akthent on thee latht thyllable. -- Bret Easton Ellis
ohmygodIthinkIsuckedhisdick. -- Alessandra Torre
Blindur er boklaus madur - Blind is the bookless man. -- Christina Sunley
Om is the bow, the arrow is soul, The Brahman is the arrow's target that one should incessantly hit. -- Hermann Hesse
The strength of Olympism comes to it from that which is simply human, hence worldwide is its essence. -- Pierre De Coubertin
Om was there in the existence, when no religion was formed or founded. It will be there in the existence, if all the religions are demolished. -- Banani Ray
Human beings, in their settled condition, are animated by oikophilia: the love of the oikos, which means not only the home but the people contained in it, and the surrounding settlements that endow that home with lasting contours and an enduring smile. -- Roger Scruton
Will you say it?
His grin faded and his grey eyes seemed to flicker.
"Aleksander -- Leigh Bardugo
My oblivion is a very Antony and I am all forgotten. -- William Shakespeare
Vor laughed, proud of his place here. He quoted what he'd been taught all his life. I am the pinnacle of humanity - a trustee of Omnius, the son of General Agamemnon. -- Brian Herbert
meinstein n. My son, the genius. -- Steven Pinker
Humm humm haaa. Rahmumm humm haaaa," intoned Opal, finishing her chant. "Peace be inside me, tolerance all around me, forgiveness in my path. Now, Mervall, show me where the filthy human is so that I may feed him his organs. -- Eoin Colfer
Odysseus and his soldiers to certain destruction. Odysseus -- Julie Garwood
Ut onimous sergimous. As one, we rise. -- Julie Kagawa
O jest unseen, inscrutable, invisible, As a nose on a man's face, or a weathercock on a steeple. -- William Shakespeare
beholders. His features are strong and masculine, with an Austrian lip and arched nose, his complexion olive, his countenance erect, his body and limbs well proportioned, all his motions graceful, and his deportment majestic. -- Jonathan Swift
Exodia Obliterate! -- Kazuki Takahashi
O be some other name. -- William Shakespeare
Prince Achilles! Aristos Achaion! As -- Madeline Miller
Aboot the gold Syvertsen stole -- Zane Grey
The pig says oink. -- Rick Riordan
Ove is the sort of man who checks the status of all things by giving them a good kick. He -- Fredrik Backman
Odalisque, prompting us to call him Dingolion and Dandelingo -- Kate Christensen
His days passed like this, slow and methodical. And then one morning he saw her. She had brown hair and blue eyes and red shoes and a big yellow clasp in her hair.
And then there was no more peace and quiet for Ove. -- Fredrik Backman
Who is the man who can call from the back door at night: "Here, Champion Alexander of Clane o' Wind-Holme! Here, Champion Alexander of Clane o' Wind-Holme"? -- Westbrook Pegler
ODYSSEUS I cannot recommend a rigid spirit. -- Sophocles
A cowardly populace which will dare nothing beyond talk.
[Lat., Vulgus ignavum et nihil ultra verba ausurum.] -- Tacitus
. . . But if he is truly
Odysseus, home at last, make no mistake:
we two will know each other, even better -
we two have secret signs,
known to us both but hidden from the world. -- Homer
She often said that "all roads lead to something you were always predestined to do." And for her, perhaps, it was something.
But for Ove it was someone. -- Fredrik Backman
EPUB Edition JUNE 2015 ISBN 9780062363251 Version 060815 15 16 17 18 19 OV/RRD 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 -- Paul Tremblay
Oh, blessed Domi!" the Aon exclaimed, approaching quickly.
"Ashe!" she said, wiping her eyes with a quivering hand, numbed by shock.
"You never use the Lord's name!"
"If He has brought me to you, then He has His first Seon convert," Ashe said,
pulsing excitedly. -- Brandon Sanderson
Dukhoborcheskaya -- Thomas Paine
the toe of an enormous and heroic -- Eleanor Roosevelt
Guy thought of the Greek word agon, wasn't it at once an athletic contest and a style of suffering, an agony? -- Edmund White
My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair! -- Percy Bysshe Shelley
IOU one Roman praetor.
She will be returned safely.
Otherwise you'll be killed.
XOX, the Hunters of Artemis. -- Rick Riordan
thog no girly-orc, thog manly-orc who just happens to like figure skating! -- Rich Burlew
It was the Oats that read avidly and always remembered those passages which cast doubt on the literal truth of the Book of Om - and nudged him and said, if this isn't true, what can you believe? -- Terry Pratchett
Dracula shows his fangs, and the Okie flees through a cornfield. Cornstalks smack her face. "Help!" she screams to a sky full of crows. "He's not actually from Europe! -- Karen Russell
What is this word that broke through the fence of your teeth, Atreides? -- Homer
Having become conscious of the truth he once perceived, man now sees only the awfulness or the absurdity of existence, he now understands the symbolic element in Ophelia's fate, he now recognizes the wisdom of the woodland god, Silenus: it nauseates him. -- Friedrich Nietzsche
An ancient prophecy ... pronounced, That the castle and lordship of Otranto should pass from the present family, whenever the real owner should be grown too large to inhabit it! -- Horace Walpole
Ove has a heart problem ... he begins in an anodyne voice, following this up with a series of terms that no human being with less than ten years of medical training or an entirely unhealthy addiction to certain television series could ever be expected to understand. -- Fredrik Backman
My name is Aelin Ashryver Galathynius. And I am the Queen of Terrasen. -- Sarah J. Maas
Then what is your name?" asked the announcer, his amphibious face wrinkled in clear agitation - or constipation. Hard to tell. The reminder that he didn't know his own name bothered him, but also gave him the perfect reply. "Call me Oblivion." "More -- Eve Langlais
You are a cosmic flower. Om chanting is the process of opening the psychic petals of that flower. -- Amit Ray
Nothing can touch the one who is oodasin (one unperturbed by worldly life). After attaining Knowledge of the Self, if one applies awareness of the Self, one can remain unperturbed (oodasin). -- Dada Bhagwan
The way you make an omelet reveals your character. -- Anthony Bourdain
No! he wanted to cry out. No, Tania, please come back. What can I leave her with, what can I say, what one word can I leave with her, for her? What one word for my wife?
"Tatiasha," Alexander called after her. God, what was the curator's name ... ?
She glanced back.
"Remember Orbeli- -- Paullina Simons
This is blasphemy!" Odalon declared in the same way Gerard Butler had once roared "This is Sparta." Sadly, Odalon had nobody to kick into a bottomless hole for emphasis, so he settled for looking extremely put out. -- Ilona Andrews
"And I stole some oxen jerky out of Bercelak's bag. He makes the best oxen jerky."
"Bercelak the Vengeful cooks?"
"Aye. And he's surprisingly good at it, too! -- G.a. Aiken
Overheard vampire conversation.
"Is that Ophelia?"
"She doesn't look well"
"Ever since she drank from that hemophiliac everything just goes right through her. -- Neil Leckman
Go litel bok, go, litel myn tragedye,
Ther God thi makere yet, er that he dye,
So sende myght to make in som comedye!
But litel book, no makyng thow n'envie,
But subgit be to alle poesye;
And kis the steppes where as thow seest pace
Virgile, Ovide, Omer, Lucan, and Stace. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
Of evils one should choose the least.
[Lat., Ex malis eligere minima oportere.] -- Marcus Tullius Cicero
Erised stra ehru oyt ube cafru oyt on wohsi -- J.k. Rowling
An Oxe is taken by the horns, and a Man by the tongue. -- George Herbert
Io. My name is Io." She pronounced the name "eye-oh" as if there perfectly ordinary. Which was ridiculous, because no one he knew bore a name with only vowels. -- Katie Macalister
There is something in omens. -- Ovid
Whoso meditates on the Omniscient, the Ancient, more minute than the atom, yet the Ruler and Upholder of all, Unimaginable, Brilliant like the Sun, beyond the reach of darkness. -- Shri Purohit Swami
The purely Great
Whose soul no siren passion could unsphere,
Thou nameless, now a power and mixed with fate. -- James Russell Lowell
O wandering graves! O restless sleep!
O silence of the sunless day!
O still ravine! O stormy deep!
Give up your prey! Give up your prey! -- Oscar Wilde
Imitations of Horace. Of two evils I have chose the least. -- Various
We don't know much about Otrera from the old stories. Those Ancient Greek dudes didn't care where Otrera came form or what made her tick. Why would that be?
1) She was a woman.
2) She was a scary woman.
3) She was a scary woman who killed Ancient Greek dudes. -- Rick Riordan
Paulinus, everyone knows. Say the word, and I'll run the bitch over with my chariot -- Kate Quinn
Read in oreder to live -- Gustave Flaubert
I asked Ochto what in the name of all that was sacred he thought he was doing.
"Helping you," said Dirnes.
They put the soldier down, and Ochto straightened to look me in the eye. "Because I know nothing about kings and princes, but I know men. -- Megan Whalen Turner
I'm Vincent," Obinze said, when they met in the back room. "I'm Dee." A pause. "No, you're not English. You can pronounce it. My real name is Duerdinhito, but the English, they cannot pronounce, so they call me Dee." "Duerdinhito," Obinze repeated. "Yes!" A delighted smile. -- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
So you're the infamous Acheron. (Amanda)
Lord and Master of the great barbarian horde that roams the night. (Acheron) -- Sherrilyn Kenyon
The vocabulary of an omniscient man would embrace words and images excluded from polite conversation. What would be base, or even obscene, to the obscene, becomes illustrious, spoken in a new connexion of thought. -- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Demetrius appeared -- R. Cameron Cooke
From its first startling image, Orhans Inheritance will seep under your skin and leave an indelible mark upon your heart. What lucky readers we are to inherit Aline Ohanesians gorgeous work. -- Gayle Brandeis
Theo named his son Theology. But his son changed it to The O to honor his dad, Orafoura. Orafoura is my dad, he is my son, and we love to love people who are lovable. -- Jarod Kintz
I don't know what the word is in Austrian. -- Barack Obama
G.O.D Great Omnipresent Divinity -- Stanley Victor Paskavich
Oedipus had to abandon his certainty, his clarity, and supposed insight in order to become aware of the dark ambiguity of the human condition. -- Karen Armstrong
Completely alone, no note, no anything. Hours pass by. Day turns to night. And then, finally, you show up - with blood all over you?"Anastazia -- Claire Legrand
Of this trinity of classic heroes - Ulysses, Aeneas, and Achilles - Ulysses is the least obnoxious. -- William A. Quayle
The lazy ox wishes for horse-trappings, and the steed wishes to plough.
[Lat., Optat ephippia bos piger, optat arare caballus.] -- Horace
Ohana means family - no one gets left behind, and no one is ever forgotten.' <3 -="">3> -- Chris Sanders And Dean Deblois
I threw out all those Latin words - the ones that end in 'ion' - the ones that never quite describe you ... -- John Geddes