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The mangosteen, queen of the tropical fruit. -- David Fairchild
These trifles will lead to serious mischief.
[Lat., Hae nugae seria ducent
In mala.] -- Horace
Levante have gone fourth in Serie A. If anyone can tell me what part of Italy Levante is in, please call. I've no idea -- Alan Brazil
Tiramisu for desert. -- Elizabeth Gilbert
RODERIGO What, ho, Brabantio! Signior Brabantio, ho! -- William Shakespeare
Our advantages fly away without aid. Pluck the flower.
[Lat., Nostra sine auxilio fugiunt bona. Carpite florem.] -- Ovid
Castiglione has 150 employees. But every March another 120 are hired to work the tonnara. The leader is known by the Arab word Raiz, and the fishermen sing an Arab song, "Cialome" (pronounced SHALOMAY), to invoke the gods for the hunt. -- Mark Kurlansky
Gilly Gilleshpee -- Victoria Laurie
Transit umbra, lux permanet -- Jay Mclean
Mount Tamalpais became my house. For Cezanne, Sainte-Victoire was no longer a mountain. It was an absolute. It was painting. -- Etel Adnan
Napolean is dead - but Beethoven lives. -- Bruno Walter
corn maque choux. He -- Rachel Harris
ardor which is tapas; the name Indra -- Roberto Calasso
what Cremica can make even Britannia and Parle cannot make! -- Rashmi Bansal
someone in Tunis. Halabi -- Jamie Fredric
The pearl-grey city, the opal that is Paris ... -- Anais Nin
Cadiz is a city of magic, like Cracow or Dublin, to set the mind on fire at a turn of a corner ... The eye is continually fed, the imagination stirred, by a train of spectacles as charming as if they had been contrived. -- Honor Tracy
My affection hath an unknown bottom, like the Bay of Portugal. -- William Shakespeare
Every day I think about where I come from and I am still proud to be who I am: first, a Kabyle from La Castellane, then an Algerian from Marseille, and then a Frenchman. -- Zinedine Zidane
Do you know the land where the lemon-trees blossom;where the golden oranges glow in the dark foliage'. -- Maeve Binchy
The Caddo Bayou Marina. -- Emily March
Correggio, Caravaggio, Titian, Tintoretto. In them she saw distance and cruelty. Bodies pierced, flayed, crucified. A parade of morbid flesh. -- Richard House
The Gatlings at Santiago. -- Theodore Roosevelt
the sommelier decants
a red sunset -- Scott Mason
Is it where the flow'r of the orange blows, And the fireflies dance thro' the myrtle boughs? -- Felicia Hemans
Dorkangelo" - Marc Hunter -- Pamela Clare
Bonjour, the Embassy of France'
'Ah, bonjour, excuse me for asking but where is the French Coastguard?'
'At the coast. Guarding. -- Tim Fitzhigham
Kalevala, whereas -- Arthur C. Clarke
It was then I thought of Corsica, the place we had discovered together. I craved the wind, the sun and salt, the simplicity of the island. -- Lucy Foley
Audentes fortuna iuvat. Fortune favors the bold. -- Wynne Channing
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
Amarillio, just turn to the left and 500 yards down -- Peter Kay
I always thought I'd live in Paris, Rome, Madrid - at least for a while. It strikes me now that I didn't dream of Zanzibar or Papeete or Tashkent: even my fantasy was cautious, a good girl's fantasy, a blanched almond of a fantasy. Today, even that is enough to clench my fists and curl my toes. In -- Claire Messud
- Who would carry the bell canto
- Of course Montserrat Caballe -- Maria Callas
'It's a little district in the centre of Paris. It is full of cobbled streets and teetering apartment blocks and gay men and orthodox Jews and women of a certain age who once looked like Brigitte Bardot. It's the only place to stay. -- Jojo Moyes
You can't spell Citrus without UT -- Steve Spurrier
Vede insieme l'uno e l'altro polo,
Le stelle vaghe e lor viaggio torto;
E vedi, 'I veder nostro quanto e corto.
(You see both poles at once, the travelling stars in their winding courses, and you see just how limited our seeing really is.) -- Francesco Petrarca
How do you say 'delicious' in Cuban? -- Herman Cain
The palace of the Saggese family, once the great landowner of those parts. An archway -- Malcolm Gladwell
Safety lies in the middle course.
[Lat., Medio tutissimus ibis.] -- Ovid
Whoever is not too wise is wise.
[Lat., Quisquis plus justo non sapit, ille sapit.] -- Martial
Prickomo fucking cocksca. That bastard old arsehole-fucker. -- Joe Abercrombie
His own cabinat of cuoriositie -- James Rollins
Yossarian!!!(?)! -- Joseph Heller
Verranica, I will never leave you. -- Carey Corp
Seine and Piave are silver spoons,
But the spoonbowl-metal is thin and worn -- Stephen Vincent Benet
What will this boaster produce worthy of this mouthing? The mountains are in labor; a ridiculous mouse will be born.
[Lat., Quid dignum tanto feret hic promissor hiatu?
Parturiunt montes; nascetur ridiculus mus.] -- Horace
Something quite special has played out in the picturesque valleys and mountains, towns and villages of France over the past three weeks. For all who appreciate sport, it was a privilege and an inspiration to watch. -- Paul Ramadge
The macarons are coming!" Souse shouted, like an epicurean Paul Revere. -- Stephanie Clifford
Where oranges have been laid to rust upon the green ... -- James Joyce
Does anyone remember the name of Paul Revere's horse? -- Joe Jackson
Orange, Longbottom. -- J.k. Rowling
Sitting under the candlenut tree in the courtyard is pleasant in the afternoon. Laced in shadows, frangipani & coral hibiscus ward away the memory of recent evil. The sisters go about their duties, Sister Martinique tends her vegetables, the cats enact their feline comedies & tragedies. -- David Mitchell
The modern painter ... is an excellent couturier -- Joris-Karl Huysmans
This is Chanceux Chateau. Home to the formidable Prince Severin and his extraordinary wife, Princess Elle, and all that they hold dear." The -- K.m. Shea
Something is always wanting to incomplete fortune.
[Lat., Curtae nescio quid semper abest rei.] -- Horace
The venal herd.
[Lat., Venale pecus.] -- Juvenal
Lares of the Crossroads -- Colleen Mccullough
Apelles used to paint a good housewife on a snail, to import that she home-keeping. -- James Howell
The Cadiz tribe, not used to bearing our yoke. -- Horace
La raison du plus fort est toujours la meilleure. The reason of the strongest is always the best. -- Jean De La Fontaine
Jacques wants a pancake shaped like Mozart's Symphony No. 40! In G minor! -- Michelle Cuevas
flibbertigibbets - and -- Hanya Yanagihara
Those dreams are true which we have in the morning, as the lamp begins to flicker.
[Lat., Namque sub Aurora jam dormitante lucerna
Sommia quo cerni tempore vera solent.] -- Ovid
Bahia Mar marina, Fort Lauderdale. -- Ted Bell
Parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus.
(Mountains are in labour, a ridiculous mouse will be born) -- Horace
Anytime the perfume of orange and lemon groves wafts in the window; the human body has to feel suffused with a languorous well-being. -- Frances Mayes
Cezanne is the Christopher Columbus of a new continent of form. -- Clive Bell
from Switzerland, came into the valley -- David Mccullough
Among the classic tastes: bread sauce, Nuits St Georges Les Perdrix 1962, Worcestershire sauce, Toblerone and Bovril. -- Kenneth Tynan
passacaglia by the old master Buxtehude. -- Hermann Hesse
Aficionado my ass ... I just love to smoke cigars -- James Woods
Peru, Peru. My heart's lighthouse. -- Morrissey
Whom has not the inspiring bowl made eloquent?
[Lat., Foecundi calices quem non fecere disertum.] -- Horace
THE "GLORI A SCOTT -- Arthur Conan Doyle
prestidigitator, -- Jay Samit
Fortune and love favour the brave.
[Lat., Audentum Forsque Venusque juvant.] -- Ovid
Kanan is a big road through the Santa Monica Mountains. Between mid-March and mid-April, when you get over to the western side of the mountains, it's populated by Spanish broom - this beautiful, yellow, flowering weed that smells the way I imagine it smells along the Yellow Brick Road. -- John C. Mcginley
Emil Drukker, the Head-hunter of Cologne. -- Earl Peirce
Mont Blanc confronted us, dazzling, immense, cut sharp out of the bue sky; more prosterous than the most baroque wedding cake, more convincing than the best photograph. It fairly took my breath away. It made me want to laugh. -- Christopher Isherwood
The pilot of the Galilean lake; Two massy keys he bore, of metals twain (The golden opes, the iron shuts amain). -- John Milton
During several centuries Clochemerle, far from the cities and trade routes, had lived in stillness and isolation. But now, at last, the clamour of the great world was crossing the invisible barrier, bringing doubts, temptations, and discontents. -- Gabriel Chevallier
Venice, that capital city of dream and intrigue, that double city (one above and seemingly solid, one below, wavering and reflected in the waters), which never disappoints ... -- Erica Jong
The map we made of the 3,000-year-old city of Tanis requires no imagination. It has buildings, streets, admin complexes, houses - clear as day. -- Sarah Parcak
At Rome I love Tibur; then, like a weathercock, at Tibur Rome. -- Horace
Saint Delphi my ass. -- Jennifer L. Armentrout
Delores is a gorgeous name, for a gorgeous girl. Plus, it rhymes with clitoris ... and I really know my way around them. Big fan. -- Emma Chase
The Rue du Coq d'Or, Paris, seven in the morning. -- George Orwell
Salt and citrus," Cairdine Farrier said, joining her at the stern with a lemon in each hand. "The chemicals of empire."
"Salt to preserve food for long journeys," Baru recited. "Citrus for scurvy. -- Seth Dickinson
Green arsenic smeared on an egg-white cloth,
Crushed strawberries! Come, let us feast our eyes. -- Ezra Pound
Streets of Paris, pray for me; beaches in the sun, pray for me; ghosts of the lemurs, intercede for me; plane-tree and laurel-rose, shade me; summer rain on quays of Toulon, wash me away. -- Cyril Connolly
Me Tarz-tosterone; You Estro-Jane -- Tony Cleaver
Mantua gave me birth, Calabri snatched me away, now Parthenope holds me; I sang of shepherds, pastures, and heroes. -Mantua me genuit, Calabri rapuere, tenet nunc Parthenope, cecini pascua, rura, duces -- Virgil
When the steede is stolne, shut the stable durre. -- John Heywood
Sweet-briar and southern-wood, jasmine, pink, and rose have long been yielding their evening sacrifice of incense: this new scent is neither of shrub nor flower; it is - I know it well - it is Mr. Rochester's cigar. -- Charlotte Bronte
Cow - Tanith Low -- Derek Landy
I will perform the function of a whetstone, which is about to restore sharpness to iron, though itself unable to cut.
[Lat., Fungar vice cotis, acutum
Reddere quae ferrum valet, exsors ipsi secandi.] -- Horace
Bonzo, he pre-cise. He so careful, he piss on a plate and never splash. -- Orson Scott Card
A Companion Picture XII. The Fellow of Delicacy XIII. -- Charles Dickens
My tastes are Viennese. -- Zubin Mehta