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Sapere aude. Dare to be wise. -- Horace
A building can be designed to satisfy by the month with the regularity of the provider. Or it can give satisfaction in a very different way, by the moment, the fraction of a second, with the thrill of a lover -- Richard Neutra
Do your work and I shall know you. -- Ralph Waldo Emerson
I'm thrilled to continue my partnership with U by Kotex for Generation Know while helping to empower girls. I've always been a motivational resource for my younger sisters and hope I can positively impact and inspire other young girls too. -- Khloe Kardashian
Non sum qualis eram. I am not what I once was. -- Francesca Lia Block
The linking of rationality with mysticism, knowability with what is unknown, makes it a powerful fetish that offers its programmers and users alike a sense of empowerment, of sovereign subjectivity, that covers over-barely-a sense of profound ignorance. -- Wendy Hui Kyong Chun
The quantum is that embarrassing little piece of thread that always hangs from the sweater of space-time. Pull it and the whole thing unravels. -- Fred Alan Wolf
QBert is pretty much the Jimi Hendrix of DJing. He is so far advanced. So far ahead of everybody else. He's like Yoda! Like the guru. -- Dj Jazzy Jeff
Indu'd With sanctity of reason. -- John Milton
Jeevan was crushed by a sudden certainty that this was it, that this illness that Hua was describing was going to be the divide between a before and an after, a line drawn through his life. p20 -- Emily St. John Mandel
I hate that word, by the way. Retarded. I -- Sharon M. Draper
For of fortunes sharp adversitee The worst kynde of infortune is this, A man to han ben in prosperitee, And it remembren, whan it passed is. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
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Here, where we reach the sphere of mathematics, we are among processes which seem to some the most inhuman of all human activities and the most remote from poetry. Yet it is here that the artist has the fullest scope of his imagination. -- Havelock Ellis
Fine words dresse ill deedes. -- George Herbert
Ye have ta ask me dat? Ye do na know dat ye are all dat madders ta me? -- Amy A. Bartol
Wyrd bith ful araed (Fate is inexorable). -- Bernard Cornwell
Soy un perdedor
I'm a loser baby, so why don't you kill me? -- Beck
Jaques was only what he was; but from a distance he became something more, became everything to me, everything I did not possess. It was to him I owed pains and pleasures whose violence alone saved me from the deserts of boredom in which I found myself bogged down. -- Simone De Beauvoir
I am a girl of definitions, of logic, of black and white -- Cecelia Ahern
We're looking for quantum donuts," said Mike. -- Peter Clines
Caidi to Jacin: "Do you know why I love you?"
Caidi: "Because you love so big, even when you don't want to. Because you can't help it. And because you need it back, but you don't know how to take it. -- Carole Cummings
How great an evil do you see that may have been announced by you against the Republic? - Videtis quantum scelus contra rem publicam vobis nuntiatum sit? -- Marcus Tullius Cicero
What is this thing? Did you make it?"
"I am a chemist, aren't I?" Laurence says.
"You own a meth-lab," Benjamin says. "That does not qualify you as a chemist. -- Sam Hunter
On sighting mathematicians poetry should unhook the algebra from their minds and replace it with poetry; on sighting poets it should unhook poetry from their minds and replace it with algebra. -- Brian Patten
Every man should measure himself by his own standard.
[Lat., Metiri se quemque suo modulo ac pede verum est.] -- Horace
I am better at math than spelling. -- Spike Jonze
What happened out there?"
"I almost got quarking toasted by a dragon."
"A dragon," he repeats, scandalized. "Are you mad? Or have you been skulking around the bars of Barbary XIII? -- Nenia Campbell
Mathematics is a field which has often been compared with chess, but differs from the latter in that it is only one's best moments that count and not one's worst. -- Norbert Wiener
Nature never says one thing, Wisdom another.
[Lat., Nunquam aliud Natura aliud Sapientia dicit.] -- Juvenal
He who would reach the desired goal must, while a boy, suffer and labor much and bear both heat and cold.
[Lat., Qui studet optatam cursu coningere metam
Multa tulit fecitque puer, sudavit et alsit.] -- Horace
Every cubic centimeter of space, and every second that passes, is the result of this dancing foam of extremely small quanta. -- Carlo Rovelli
The present moment is our ain, The neist we never saw! -- William Julius Mickle
French psychiatrist Pierre Janet: "Every life is a piece of art, put together with all means available." As -- Bessel A. Van Der Kolk
I am not a Measurement -- Elizabeth D. Gray
Vexed I am
Of late with passions of some difference,
Conceptions only proper to myself,
Which gives some soil, perhaps, to my behaviors. -- William Shakespeare
When, after a week, Jubal had had no other message, he sent a stat care of Ben's office: "What
the hell are you doing?" Ben's answer came back, somewhat delayed: "Studying Martian and the rules for
hopscotch -- fraternally yours -- Ben. -- Robert A. Heinlein
Sumer is icumen in,
Lhude sing cucc.
Groweth sed, and bloweth med,
And springth the wude nu,
Sing cuccu! -- Ezra Pound
Am? -- Mark Z. Danielewski
Each morning, before Jackie started her studies, she wrote on a clean piece of paper: Tarde venientibus ossa.
To the latecomers are left the bones. -- Junot Diaz
Quill: An instrument of torture yielded by a goose and commonly weilded by as ass. -- Ambrose Bierce
A noble pair of brothers.
[Lat., Par nobile fratum.] -- Horace
Mark all mathematical heads which be wholly and only bent on these sciences, how solitary they be themselves, how unfit to live with others, how unapt to serve the world. -- Roger Ascham
The true spirit of delight, the exaltation, the sense of being more than Man, which is the touchstone of the highest excellence, is to be found in mathematics as surely as in poetry. -- Brian Cox
The field of quantum possibility, in which love has opened doors otherwise unimaginable, is our soul's true habitat. The world of fear and limitation is not our home, and who among us is not profoundly weary of hanging out where we do not belong. -- Marianne Williamson
Of what use is a fortune to me, if I cannot use it?
[Lat., Quo mihi fortunam, si non conceditur uti?] -- Horace
The phone rang in the comm. center. Ian consulted the monitor. "It's Dan." He pressed a button. "Kabra here."
Dan's voice crackled through the attic. "Don't say it like that," he complained. "Your name still gives me heartburn. -- Gordon Korman
Who gives to friends so much from Fate secures,
That is the only wealth for ever yours.
[Lat., Extra fortunam est, quidquid donatur amicis;
Quas dederis, selas semper habebis opes.] -- Martial
You are Younique! Build your unicity, live your uniquity and unleash your uniqueness. -- Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha
The life of a mathematician is dominated by an insatiable curiosity, a desire bordering on passion to solve the problems he is studying. -- Jean Dieudonne
The abject pleasure of an abject mind
And hence so dear to poor weak woman kind.
Nemo magis gaudet, quam femina.] -- Juvenal
I shall devote all my efforts to bring light into the immense obscurity that today reigns in Analysis. It so lacks any plan or system, that one is really astonished that there are so many people who devote themselves to it - and, still worse, it is absolutely devoid of any rigor. -- Niels Henrik Abel
What're quantum mechanics?"
"I don't know. People who repair quantums, I suppose. -- Terry Pratchett
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I scarcely know the meaning of your question; much less can I answer it. -- Boethius
Vas happening Selene? -- Liam Payne
We have s<>ong>oong> many v<>ong>oong>ices in us, h<>ong>oong>w d<>ong>oong> we kn<>ong>oong>w which <>ong>oong>nes t<>ong>oong> <>ong>oong>bey? -- Edna O'brien
What's a' your jargon o' your schools, Your Latin names for horns and stools; If honest nature made you fools. -- Robert Burns
Q was no longer the devil.
He was my master and I belonged to him. -- Pepper Winters
A scientist worthy of his name, about all a mathematician, experiences in his work the same impression as an artist; his pleasure is as great and of the same nature. -- Henri Poincare
Every good quality runs into a defect; economy borders on avarice, the generous are not far from the prodigal, the brave man is close to the bully; he who is very pious is slightly sanctimonious; there are just as many vices to virtue as there are holes in the mantle of Diogenes. -- Victor Hugo
Audentes fortuna iuvat. Fortune favors the bold. -- Wynne Channing
The views of the multitude are neither bad nor good.
[Lat., Neque mala, vel bona, quae vulgus putet.] -- Tacitus
Its time to declare the state of humanity , its our common liability '.-Dalia Qutob -- Fida Fayez Qutob & Dalia Qutob
Odi et amo; quare fortasse requiris, nescio, sed fieri sentio et excrucior.
(my translation: I hate and I love, you ask why I do this, I do not know, but I feel and I am tormented) -- Catullus
Quin lay down next to me and buried his face in my neck. I felt everything hidden and heavy inside him collapse in my arms. His hot tears joined with mine.
"I need you."
"I know," I answered. -- Ellery A. Kane
In wondrous ways do the gods make sport with men.
[Lat., Miris modis Di ludos faciunt hominibus.] -- Plautus
Fucking Magnus DuCane. I'd -- Sloane Kennedy
Every man's credit is proportioned to the money which he has in his chest.
[Lat., Quantum quisque sua nummorum condit in area,
Tantum habet et fidei.] -- Juvenal
Daryl, de The Walking Dead, y Mike, de Breaking Bad -- Rick Riordan
There is no escape from metre; there is only mastery. -- T. S. Eliot
Fernando de Ismelda," Enrico says. "You won the kingdom's archery competition. I gather it was quite a surprise to everyone."
"Not to me," the boy says.
I decide that I like Fernando de Ismelda. -- Rae Carson
Know thy Creator. -- Lailah Gifty Akita
This is some minx's token, -- William Shakespeare
"Quack." -- Kate Angell
The sick mind can not bear anything harsh.
[Lat., Mensque pati durum sustinet aegra nihil.] -- Ovid
measure up - disillusion us by showing -- John Howard Griffin
Man is the measure of all things -- Protagoras
So you need hardly spell me how every word will be bound over to carry three score and ten toptypsical readings throughout the book of Doublends Jined. -- James Joyce
I want the scissors to be sharp
and the table perfectly level
when you cut me out of my life
and paste me in that book you always carry. -- Billy Collins
Desrues was, however, I -- Alexandre Dumas
Today's competitiveness, so much imposed from without, is exhausting, not exhilarating; is unending-a part of one's social life, one's solitude, one's sleep, one's sleeplessness. -- Louis Kronenberger
I have to keep going, as there are always people on my track. I have to publish my present work as rapidly as possible in order to keep in the race. The best sprinters in this road of investigation are Becquerel and the Curies ... -- Ernest Rutherford
With the computer and programming languages, mathematics has newly-acquired tools, and its notation should be reviewed in the light of them. The computer may, in effect, be used as a patient, precise, and knowledgeable "native speaker" of mathematical notation. -- Kenneth E. Iverson
Everywhere one seeks to produce meaning, to make the world signify, to render it visible. We are not, however, in danger of lacking meaning; quite the contrary, we are gorged with meaning and it is killing us. -- Jean Baudrillard
I that in heill wes and gladnes Am trublit now with gret seiknes And feblit with infermite: Timor Mortis conturbat me.* * Fear of Death troubles me. -- William Dunbar
Every man, in judging of himself, is his own contemporary. He may feel the gale of popularity, but he cannot tell how long it will last. His opinion of himself wants distance, wants time, wants numbers, to set it off and confirm it. -- William Hazlitt
Gaming is the child of avarice, but the parent of prodigality. -- Charles Caleb Colton
Sorry, No conprendo I don't speak Loser. -- Lisi Harrison
I think my English is bad. -- Stephen Chow
Retire within thyself, and thou will discover how small a stock is there.
[Lat., Tecum habita, et noris quam sit tibi curta supellex.] -- Aulus Persius Flaccus
I still think of myself
as a broken place, a drifting isle
with no home.
- Quebrado -- Margarita Engle
Qhuinn: "What is wrong with you, that you care so much about me?"
Blay: "What is wrong with you, that you can't see why I would? -- J.r. Ward
Dominic spelled it. -- G.g. Collins
No, no, Watson, it is all wrong. These certainly are my ts, ys, and ms, and the capital A is very good, but what on earth induced you to obey a note with such a manifestly inaccurate q? -- Lyndsay Faye
Actually, no," Shallan said. "I'm just fond of hyperbole."
"I'm not," he said. "It's a real bastard to spell"
"Kabsal! -- Brandon Sanderson
The thirst for fame is much greater than that for virtue; for who would embrace virtue itself if you take away its rewards?
[Lat., Tanto major famae sitis est quam
Virtutis: quis enim virtutem amplectitur ipsam
Praemia se tollas.] -- Juvenal
Of all mechanics, of all servile handycrafts-men, a gamester is the vilest. But yet, as many of the quality are of the profession, he is admitted amongst the politest company. -- John Gay
Quid nomen tibi est? She was not about to offer her name up to a stranger. It was almost the only thing she possessed that nobody had stolen. -- Ruth Downie