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Without theory, practice is but routine born of habit. Theory alone can bring forth and develop the spirit of inventions.
– Louis PasteurRate it:
Without trees, mountains, fogs or rains, the Sun cannot create its own magic!
– Mehmet Murat ildanRate it:
Without trust, there can be no genuine peace. Neither in politics, nor in the quiet individuality of the heart and spirit.”
– Timothy ZahnRate it:
Without trust, words become the hollow sound of a wooden gong. With trust, words become life itself.
– John HaroldRate it:
Without understanding there is no forgiveness
– H.W. MannRate it:
Without wearing any mask we are conscious of, we have a special face for each friend.
– Oliver Wendell HolmesRate it:
Without will and reason there is nothing left to support definiteness of purpose.
– Napolean HillRate it:
Without wonder and insight, acting is just a trade. With it, it becomes creation.
– Bette DavisRate it:
Without words to objectify and categorize our sensations and place them in relation to one another, we cannot evolve a tradition of what is real in the world.
– Ruth HubbardRate it:
Without words, without writing and without books there would be no history, there could be no concept of humanity.
– Hermann HesseRate it:
Witness at all times. If necessary, use words.
– St. Francis of AssissiRate it:
Witticisms please as long as we keep them within boundaries, but pushed to excess they cause offense.
– PhaedrusRate it:
Wives are people who feel they don't dance enough.
– Groucho MarxRate it:
Wives are young men's mistresses; companions for middle age, and old men's nurses.
– Francis BaconRate it:
Wives in their husbands' absences grow subtler, And daughters sometimes run off with the butler.
– George Gordon ByronRate it:
Woe be to him that reads but one book.
– George HerbertRate it:
Woe to him inside a nonconformist clique who does not conform with nonconformity.
– Eric HofferRate it:
Woe to him who teaches men faster than they can learn.
– Will DurantRate it:
Woe to that nation whose literature is cut short by the intrusion of force. This is not merely interference with freedom of the press but the sealing up of a nation's heart, the excision of its memory.
– Salman RushdieRate it:
Woe to the house where the hen crows and the rooster is still.
– Danish proverbRate it:
Woe to the man whose heart has not learned while young to hope, to love - and to put its trust in life.
– Joseph ConradRate it:
Woe to you, my Princess, when I come... you shall see who is the stronger, a gentle little girl who doesn't eat enough or a big wild man who has cocaine in his body.
– Sigmund FreudRate it:
Woe, alas, to those who have loved only bodies, forms, appearances! Death will rob them of everything. Try to love souls, you will find them again.”
– Victor Hugo, Les MiserablesRate it:
Woe, woe, woe... in a little while we shall all be dead. Therefore let us behave as though we were dead already.
– Raymond ChandlerRate it:

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