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... were in her lap. Cinderella dozed upon a fold of her skirt. Dorinda had been undressed and rocked to sleep at sunset. Preciosa had gone upstairs at the same time. I saw her lying upon the foot of our bed after supper, her eyes narrowed to slender slits with sleep or slyness. I had a shrewd impression that if I were to go upstairs now I should not find her in the same place. Instead of verifying the surmise in this way I stole noiselessly out of the family group, sauntering along carelessly until ...

Marion Harland

Just about the time a woman thinks her work is done, she becomes a grandmother.

Edward H. Dreschnack

Elected leaders who forget how they got there won't the next time.

Malcolm Forbes

If I need a cause for celebration Or a comfort I can use to ease my mind I rely on my imagination And I dream of an imaginary time.

Billy Joel

As societies grow decadent, the language grows decadent, too. Words are used to disguise, not to illuminate, action: You liberate a city by destroying it. Words are used to confuse, so that at election time people will solemnly vote against their own interests.

Gore Vidal

Video games are a waste of time for men with nothing else to do.

Ray Bradbury

All walking is discovery. On foot we take the time to see things whole.

Hal Borland

Everywhere is walking distance if you have the time.

Steven Wright

People seem to get nostalgic about a lot of things they weren't so crazy about the first time around.

Unknown

For us, the best time is always yesterday.

Tatyana Tolstaya

Management by objectives works if you first think through your objectives. Ninety percent of the time you haven't.

Peter Drucker

The snow itself is lonely or, if you prefer, self-sufficient. There is no other time when the whole world seems composed of one thing and one thing only.

Joseph Wood Krutch

There is probably a smell of roasted chestnuts and other good comfortable things all the time, for we are telling Winter Stories - Ghost Stories, or more shame for us - round the Christmas fire; and we have never stirred, except to draw a little nearer to it.

Charles Dickens

In headaches and in worry Vaguely life leaks away, And Time will have his fancy To-morrow or to-day

W. H. Auden

The pressures for human cloning are powerful; but, although it seems likely that somebody, at some time, will attempt it, we need not assume that it will ever become a common or significant feature of human life.

Ian Wilmut

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