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canto ::: one of the principal divisions of a long poem. :::

canto ::: n. --> One of the chief divisions of a long poem; a book.
The highest vocal part; the air or melody in choral music; anciently the tenor, now the soprano.

cantonal ::: a. --> Of or pertaining to a canton or cantons; of the nature of a canton.

canton ::: n. --> A song or canto
A small portion; a division; a compartment.
A small community or clan.
A small territorial district; esp. one of the twenty-two independent states which form the Swiss federal republic; in France, a subdivision of an arrondissement. See Arrondissement.
A division of a shield occupying one third part of the chief, usually on the dexter side, formed by a perpendicular line from

canton crape ::: --> A soft, white or colored silk fabric, of a gauzy texture and wavy appearance, used for ladies&

cantoned ::: imp. & p. p. --> of Canton ::: a. --> Having a charge in each of the four corners; -- said of a cross on a shield, and also of the shield itself.
Having the angles marked by, or decorated with, projecting moldings or small columns; as, a cantoned pier or pilaster.

canton flannel ::: --> See Cotton flannel.

cantoning ::: p. pr. & vb. n. --> of Canton

cantonize ::: v. i. --> To divide into cantons or small districts.

cantonment ::: n. --> A town or village, or part of a town or village, assigned to a body of troops for quarters; temporary shelter or place of rest for an army; quarters.

cantoon ::: n. --> A cotton stuff showing a fine cord on one side and a satiny surface on the other.

cantoral ::: a. --> Of or belonging to a cantor.

cantor ::: n. --> A singer; esp. the leader of a church choir; a precentor.

cantoris ::: a. --> Of or pertaining to a cantor; as, the cantoris side of a choir; a cantoris stall.

cantos ::: pl. --> of Canto

Cantor, Georg (Ferdinand Ludwig Philipp), 1845-1918, (Russian born) German mathematician. Professor of mathematics at Halle, 1872-1913. He is known for contributions to the foundations of (mathematical) analysis, and as the founder of the theory of transfinite cardinal numbers (q.v.) and ordinal numbers (q.v.). See Infinite. -- A.C.

Cantor, Contributions to the Founding of the Theory of Trasfinite Numbers, translated and with an introduction bv P.E.B. Jourdain, Chicago and London, 1915. Whitehead and Russell, Principia Mathematica, vol. 2.

1. A mathematician.
Cantor devised the diagonal proof of the uncountability of the
{real numbers}:
Given a function, f, from the {natural numbers} to the {real
numbers}, consider the real number r whose binary expansion is
given as follows: for each natural number i, r's i-th digit is
the complement of the i-th digit of f(i).
Thus, since r and f(i) differ in their i-th digits, r differs
from any value taken by f. Therefore, f is not {surjective}
(there are values of its result type which it cannot return).
Consequently, no function from the natural numbers to the
reals is surjective. A further theorem dependent on the
{axiom of choice} turns this result into the statement that
the reals are uncountable.
This is just a special case of a diagonal proof that a
function from a set to its {power set} cannot be surjective:
Let f be a function from a set S to its power set, P(S) and
let U = { x in S: x not in f(x) }. Now, observe that any x in
U is not in f(x), so U != f(x); and any x not in U is in f(x),
so U != f(x): whence U is not in { f(x) : x in S }. But U is
in P(S). Therefore, no function from a set to its power-set
can be surjective.
2. An {object-oriented language} with {fine-grained
[Athas, Caltech 1987. "Multicomputers: Message Passing
Concurrent Computers", W. Athas et al, Computer 21(8):9-24
(Aug 1988)].

canto ::: n. --> One of the chief divisions of a long poem; a book.
The highest vocal part; the air or melody in choral music; anciently the tenor, now the soprano.

cantonal ::: a. --> Of or pertaining to a canton or cantons; of the nature of a canton.

canton ::: n. --> A song or canto
A small portion; a division; a compartment.
A small community or clan.
A small territorial district; esp. one of the twenty-two independent states which form the Swiss federal republic; in France, a subdivision of an arrondissement. See Arrondissement.
A division of a shield occupying one third part of the chief, usually on the dexter side, formed by a perpendicular line from

canton crape ::: --> A soft, white or colored silk fabric, of a gauzy texture and wavy appearance, used for ladies&

cantoned ::: imp. & p. p. --> of Canton ::: a. --> Having a charge in each of the four corners; -- said of a cross on a shield, and also of the shield itself.
Having the angles marked by, or decorated with, projecting moldings or small columns; as, a cantoned pier or pilaster.

canton flannel ::: --> See Cotton flannel.

cantoning ::: p. pr. & vb. n. --> of Canton

cantonize ::: v. i. --> To divide into cantons or small districts.

cantonment ::: n. --> A town or village, or part of a town or village, assigned to a body of troops for quarters; temporary shelter or place of rest for an army; quarters.

cantoon ::: n. --> A cotton stuff showing a fine cord on one side and a satiny surface on the other.

cantoral ::: a. --> Of or belonging to a cantor.

cantor ::: n. --> A singer; esp. the leader of a church choir; a precentor.

cantoris ::: a. --> Of or pertaining to a cantor; as, the cantoris side of a choir; a cantoris stall.

cantos ::: pl. --> of Canto

Cantor ::: 1. (person, mathematics) A mathematician.Cantor devised the diagonal proof of the uncountability of the real numbers:Given a function, f, from the natural numbers to the real numbers, consider the real number r whose binary expansion is given as follows: for each natural number i, r's i-th digit is the complement of the i-th digit of f(i).Thus, since r and f(i) differ in their i-th digits, r differs from any value taken by f. Therefore, f is not surjective (there are values of its result type which it cannot return).Consequently, no function from the natural numbers to the reals is surjective. A further theorem dependent on the axiom of choice turns this result into the statement that the reals are uncountable.This is just a special case of a diagonal proof that a function from a set to its power set cannot be surjective:Let f be a function from a set S to its power set, P(S) and let U = x in S: x not in f(x) . Now, observe that any x in U is not in f(x), so U != f(x); and any x not in U is in f(x), so U != f(x): whence U is not in f(x) : x in S . But U is in P(S). Therefore, no function from a set to its power-set can be surjective.2. (language) An object-oriented language with fine-grained concurrency.[Athas, Caltech 1987. Multicomputers: Message Passing Concurrent Computers, W. Athas et al, Computer 21(8):9-24 (Aug 1988)]. (1997-03-14)

canto: A division in a longer poem.

Cantor ::: (Lat. one who sings) In Judaism, a chanter/singer of liturgical materials in the synagogue; also used similarly in Christian contexts (choir leader, etc.). (See also: hazzan)

canto ::: one of the principal divisions of a long poem. :::

Cantong qi. (J. Sandōkai; K. Ch’amdong kye 参同契). A famous verse attributed to the Chinese CHAN master SHITOU XIQIAN. Along with the BAOJING SANMEI, the Cantong qi is revered in the Chinese CAODONG ZONG and Japanese SŌTŌSHŪ traditions as the foundational scripture of the tradition. The Cantong qi is relatively short (forty-four five-character stanzas, for a total of 220 Sinographs), but Shitou’s verse is praised for its succinct and unequivocal expression of the teaching of nonduality. The Sinograph “can” in the title means to “consider,” “compare,” or “differentiate”; it thus carries the connotation of “difference” and is said to refer to the myriad phenomena. The Sinograph “tong” means “sameness” and is said to refer to the oneness of all phenomena. The Sinograph “qi” means “tally” and is said to refer to the tallying of oneself and all phenomena. The title might be alluding to an earlier verse bearing the same title, which is attributed to the renowned Daoist master Wei Boyang. The Cantong qi also seems to be the root source from which were derived core concepts in the “five ranks” (WUWEI) doctrine, an emblematic teaching of the mature Caodong school.

Cantong qi

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   21 Anonymous
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   17 Janice Cantore
   15 Mario Cantone
   14 Eddie Cantor
   8 Mark Canton
   5 Gabriel Garc a M rquez
   4 Cassandra Clare
   4 Augosto dos Anjos
   4 Álvares de Azevedo
   3 Hermann Hesse
   3 Fernando Pessoa
   3 Erik Larson
   3 Dante Alighieri
   3 Andr Aciman
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1:Masters of Worldbuilding. Creating imaginary worlds is certainly one of the more satisfying and addictive of creative pastimes. Of course, no one has ever surpassed Tolkien in worldbuilding stakes. And Frank Herbert should be included in 2nd place on this honourable list. Other worthwhile mentions are Lovecraft (Cthulhu mythos), Asimov (Foundation), Niven (Known Space), Jack Kirby (Marvel), William Gibson (the Sprawl), Stephen Baxter (Xeelee), Marc Miller (Traveller), C.J.Cherryh (Alliance-Union), Dan Simmons (Hyperion Cantos), David Weber (Honorverse), Iain M Banks (Culture), Alastair Reynolds (Revelation Space/Galactic North), Kameron Hurley (Bel Dames), and Ann Lecke (Ancillary trilogy), to name just a few. ~ M Alan Kazlev,
2:To The Works Of: Aristotle, Cassius J. Keyser, Eric T. Bell, G. W. Leibnitz, Eugen Bleuler, J. Locke, Niels Bohr, Jacques Loeb, George Boole, H. A. Lorentz, Max Born, Ernst Mach, Louis De Brogue, J. C. Maxwell, Georg Cantor, Adolf Meyer, Ernst Cassirer, Hermann Minkowsja, Charles M. Child, Isaac Newton, C. Darwin, Ivan Pavlov, Rene Descartes, Giuseppe Peano, P. A. M. Dirac, Max Planck, A. S. Eddington, Plato, Albert Einstein, H. Poincare, Euclid, M. Faraday, Sigmund Freud, Josiah Royce, Karl F. Gauss, G. Y. Rainich, G. B. Riemann, Bertrand Russell, Thomas Graham, Ernest Rutherford, Arthur Haas, E. Schrodinger, Wm. R. Hamilton, C. S. Sherrington, Henry Head, Socrates, Werner Heisenberg, Arnold Sommerfeld, C. Judson Herrick, Oswald Veblen, E. V. Huntington, Wm. Alanson White, Smith Ely Jeluffe, Alfred N. Whitehead, Ludwig Wittgenstein Which Have Creatly Influenced My Enquiry This System Is Dedicated ~ Alfred Korzybski, Science and Sanity ,
3:I know some individuals who make this their daily practice: starting at the beginning and reading a canto or half a canto every day till they reach the end and then starting at the beginning again, and in that way they have gone through the whole of Savitri many times. When this is done in groups there's really no doubt that by this going through the whole soundbody of the epic from beginning to end aloud, there must be built up a very strong force field of vibrations. It is definitely of benefit to the people who participate in it. But again I would say that the effect or benefit of this sacrifice will be richer to the extent that the reading is done with understanding and above all with soul surrender. It shouldn't become a mere ritual.Sri Aurobindo's mantric lines, repeated one after the other, will always have their power; but the power will be much greater if the mind can participate, and the will and the heart.I have also heard of some groups who select one line that seems to have a particular mantric power and then within the group they chant that line many, many times. They concentrate on that one special line, and try to take its vibrations deep into themselves. Again I am sure that this is very beneficial to those who practice it.In that way the words enter very deeply into the consciousness. There they resonate and do their work, and perhaps not just the surface meaning but the deeper meaning and the deeper vibrations may reveal their full depth to those who undertake this exercise if it is done with self-dedication, with a true aspiration to internalise the heart of the meaning, not just as a mere repetition.At another end of the spectrum of possible approaches to Savitri, we can say there would be the aesthetic approach, the approach of enjoying it for its poetic beauty. I met a gentleman a couple of months ago, who told me, "We have faith in Sri Aurobindo, but it is so difficult to understand his books. We tried with The Life Divine, we tried with The Synthesis of Yoga but we found them so difficult. ~ collab summer & fall 2011,
4:HOW CAN I READ SAVITRI?An open reply by Dr Alok Pandey to a fellow devoteeA GIFT OF LOVE TO THE WORLDMost of all enjoy Savitri. It is Sri Aurobindo's gift of Love to the world. Read it from the heart with love and gratitude as companions and drown in its fiery bliss. That is the true understanding rather than one that comes by a constant churning of words in the head.WHENBest would be to fix a time that works for you. One can always take out some time for the reading, even if it be late at night when one is done with all the daily works. Of course, a certain receptivity is needed. If one is too tired or the reading becomes too mechanical as a ritual routine to be somehow finished it tends to be less effective, as with anything else. Hence the advice is to read in a quiet receptive state.THE PACEAs to the pace of reading it is best to slowly build up and keep it steady. To read a page or a passage daily is better than reading many pages one day and then few lines or none for days. This brings a certain discipline in the consciousness which makes one receptive. What it means is that one should fix up that one would read a few passages or a page or two daily, and then if an odd day one is enjoying and spontaneously wants to read more then one can go by the flow.COMPLETE OR SELECTIONS?It is best to read at least once from cover to cover. But if one is not feeling inclined for that do read some of the beautiful cantos and passages whose reference one can find in various places. This helps us familiarise with the epic and the style of poetry. Later one can go for the cover to cover reading.READING ALOUD, SILENTLY, OR WRITING DOWN?One can read it silently. Loud reading is needed only if one is unable to focus with silent reading. A mantra is more potent when read subtly. I am aware that some people recommend reading it aloud which is fine if that helps one better. A certain flexibility in these things is always good and rigid rules either ways are not helpful.One can also write some of the beautiful passages with which one feels suddenly connected. It is a help in the yoga since such a writing involves the pouring in of the consciousness of Savitri through the brain and nerves and the hand.Reflecting upon some of these magnificent lines and passages while one is engaged in one\s daily activities helps to create a background state for our inner being to get absorbed in Savitri more and more.HOW DO I UNDERSTAND THE MEANING? DO I NEED A DICTIONARY?It is helpful if a brief background about the Canto is known. This helps the mind top focus and also to keep in sync with the overall scene and sense of what is being read.But it is best not to keep referring to the dictionary while reading. Let the overall sense emerge. Specifics can be done during a detailed reading later and it may not be necessary at all. Besides the sense that Sri Aurobindo has given to many words may not be accurately conveyed by the standard dictionaries. A flexibility is required to understand the subtle suggestions hinted at by the Master-poet.In this sense Savitri is in the line of Vedic poetry using images that are at once profound as well as commonplace. That is the beauty of mystic poetry. These are things actually experienced and seen by Sri Aurobindo, and ultimately it is Their Grace that alone can reveal the intrinsic sense of this supreme revelation of the Supreme. ~ Dr Alok Pandey,

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1: Três Cantos
~ Casimiro de Abreu,
2: Canto Íntimo
~ Augosto dos Anjos,
3: Canto De Amor
~ Casimiro de Abreu,
4:I didn't study; I live. ~ Eric Cantona,
5: Canto Segundo
~ Álvares de Azevedo,
6:I apologize for nothing. ~ Eric Cantona,
7: Canto De Agonia
~ Augosto dos Anjos,
8: Canto Primeiro
~ Álvares de Azevedo,
9:I don't care about the past. ~ Eric Cantona,
10: O Canto Dos Presos
~ Augosto dos Anjos,
11: Um Canto Do Século
~ Álvares de Azevedo,
12: Canto De Onipotência
~ Augosto dos Anjos,
13:Great businessmen are creators. ~ Eric Cantona,
14:She urged her mount into a cantor, ~ T J Brown,
15:I live to feel myself in danger. ~ Eric Cantona,
16:Every experience makes you a man. ~ Eric Cantona,
17:I always knew I had to work hard. ~ Eric Cantona,
18:I don't know where my medals are. ~ Eric Cantona,
19:I want what I want when I want it. ~ Eric Cantor,
20:You cannot resist the encanto! ~ Cassandra Clare,
21:Become a legend? But I am already. ~ Eric Cantona,
22:fear and loneliness and despair. ~ Jillian Cantor,
23:In England, your life is your life. ~ Eric Cantona,
24:I think life is a big game we play. ~ Eric Cantona,
25:Football lost its excitement for me. ~ Eric Cantona,
26:I have a car but it's not important. ~ Eric Cantona,
27:My beautiful proof lies all in ruins. ~ Georg Cantor,
28:God is strongest when we are weakest. ~ Janice Cantore,
29:I'm just enjoying my life at the moment. ~ Eric Cantona,
30:I always wanted to play against the best. ~ Eric Cantona,
31:Matrimony is not a word, it's a sentence. ~ Eddie Cantor,
32:All women are natural born espionage agents. ~ Eddie Cantor,
33:It takes years to make an overnight success. ~ Eddie Cantor,
34:the end, Mr Cantor could be out of a job because ~ Anonymous,
35:The revolution is really easy to do nowadays. ~ Eric Cantona,
36:Todo comienzo tiene su encanto. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
37:Un encanto de tipo. ¿Por qué no se morirá? ~ Mario Benedetti,
38:Accept what God freely gives and find peace. ~ Janice Cantore,
39:Il canto dei morti è il pianto dei vivi. ~ Christopher Paolini,
40:la sospecha de la inhumanidad de todo canto humano ~ Anonymous,
41:Tienes tanto encanto como una babosa muerta. ~ Suzanne Collins,
42:Hollywood is a place of great irony at all times. ~ Mark Canton,
43:I wouldn't live with me, believe me. I'm moody. ~ Mario Cantone,
44:people made their own heaven or hell on earth. ~ Janice Cantore,
45:CANTO I IN the midway of this our mortal life, ~ Dante Alighieri,
46:Even as a footballer, I was always being creative. ~ Eric Cantona,
47:I found leaving Manchester United very, very hard. ~ Eric Cantona,
48:I like to stay at home and make cinema in my head. ~ Eric Cantona,
49:I observe the world and the people surrounding me. ~ Eric Cantona,
50:A good goal is one that is important and beautiful. ~ Eric Cantona,
51:Bel canto is to opera what pole-vaulting is to ballet. ~ Ned Rorem,
52:The ball is like a woman, she loves to be caressed. ~ Eric Cantona,
53:We call our rich relatives the kin we love to touch ~ Eddie Cantor,
54: Fragmento De Um Canto Em Cordas De Bronze
~ Álvares de Azevedo,
55:God made man, but man made the society we live in. ~ Janice Cantore,
56:¿Qué es lo que canto y qué es lo que mi tambor canta? ~ Idries Shah,
57:A home is crucial, the foundation of a stable family. ~ Eric Cantona,
58:Battle. Canto XXVI. Dúshan's Death. Canto XXVII. The Death ~ V lm ki,
59:It takes twenty years to become an overnight success. ~ Eddie Cantor,
60:Stand-up was like being on a Barbie townhouse stage. ~ Mario Cantone,
61:Without spontaneity in any sport, you cannot succeed. ~ Eric Cantona,
62:Angry words pierce & the holes can't be patched. ~ Janice Cantore,
63:To ask the right question is harder than to answer it. ~ Georg Cantor,
64:Children go where they find sincerity and authenticity. ~ Eric Cantona,
65:My ancestors were fighters, something I have inherited. ~ Eric Cantona,
66:- Apesto a dragón.
- Es parte de tu encanto. ~ Laura Gallego Garc a,
67:As long as you have breath in your body, there’s hope. ~ Janice Cantore,
68:A wedding is a funeral where you smell your own flowers. ~ Eddie Cantor,
69:cantonment in the United States, and was considered ~ Jean Edward Smith,
70:He who has regrets cannot look at himself in the mirror. ~ Eric Cantona,
71:Manchester United is stronger than anybody in the world. ~ Eric Cantona,
72:Star canto: star speaks light, and world to world ~ Philip James Bailey,
73:When you arrive in England for football it's a paradise. ~ Eric Cantona,
74:I don't take life so seriously I can just play with life. ~ Eric Cantona,
75:Neste momento tens tanto encanto como uma lesma morta. ~ Suzanne Collins,
76:The essence of mathematics lies precisely in its freedom. ~ Georg Cantor,
77:An artist is someone with the gift to light up a dark room. ~ Eric Cantona,
78:a traditional Cantonese gift: a tin of imported Danish cookies. ~ Lisa See,
80:It is enjoyable to make things visible which are invisible. ~ Eric Cantona,
81:When people are talking about you, it means that you exist. ~ Eric Cantona,
82:Domenech is the worst coach France have had since Louis XVI. ~ Eric Cantona,
83:I didn't want really to be involved in a normal soccer club. ~ Eric Cantona,
84:A set is a Many that allows itself to be thought of as a One. ~ Georg Cantor,
85:Being on stage isn't so tough compared to the football pitch. ~ Eric Cantona,
86:He hasn't an enemy in the world - but all his friends hate him. ~ Eddie Cantor,
87:I think it's better to be involved in one or two movies a year. ~ Eric Cantona,
88:A sleeping pill will never take the place of a clear conscience. ~ Eddie Cantor,
89:I manage a team, for beach soccer. I'm the coach. Player, coach. ~ Eric Cantona,
90:Actually, I wanted to act even when I was still playing football. ~ Eric Cantona,
91:Being French, to me, is first and foremost being a revolutionary. ~ Eric Cantona,
92:He was a quiet man, Eric Cantona, but he was a man of few words. ~ David Beckham,
93:La risa era seca, pero libre, el canto era bajo, pero indiferente. ~ Victor Hugo,
94:I don't want to be in Terminator. I don't want to go to Hollywood. ~ Eric Cantona,
95:I think I have a sense of mischief and that I can laugh at myself. ~ Eric Cantona,
96:We all have common frailties but we need to treasure friends more. ~ Eric Cantona,
97:You can lose in cinema too if you don't put on a good performance. ~ Eric Cantona,
98:Certainly take the advice of others but always, always be yourself. ~ Eric Cantona,
99:Eric Cantona is a great player, but he's not as good as Ryan Giggs ~ Johan Cruijff,
100:I love animation, I really do, but I don't do it for the children. ~ Mario Cantone,
101:We can be eaten by techniques and forget what we have inside of us. ~ Eric Cantona,
102:I don't think we can be entirely happy seeing such misery around us. ~ Eric Cantona,
103:We knew that you don't get to be world champions without a struggle. ~ Eric Cantona,
104:When times are difficult, I tell myself, 'I'm just passing through.' ~ Eric Cantona,
105:I don’t know what the future holds, but I know who holds the future. ~ Janice Cantore,
106:Israel deserves America's friendship in reality - not just in rhetoric. ~ Eric Cantor,
107:My father's parents were from Sardinia and my mother's from Barcelona. ~ Eric Cantona,
108:There is no matter of degree to sin. All of us have our own baggage. ~ Janice Cantore,
109:You can feel very quickly as a prisoner of your past, of the memories. ~ Eric Cantona,
110:Bob Hope, Red Skelton, and Eddie Cantor... help us keep our balance. ~ Hattie McDaniel,
111:In football you have an adversary; in cinema that adversary is yourself. ~ Eric Cantona,
112:Passarono ore, seduti uno accanto all'altro, a parlare e a tacere. ~ Alessandro Baricco,
113:I don't play against a particular team. I play against the idea of losing ~ Eric Cantona,
114:No one shall expel us from the paradise which Cantor has created for us. ~ David Hilbert,
115:On the night Ethel is supposed to die, the air is too heavy to breathe. ~ Jillian Cantor,
116:... sometimes we breathe because we have to, not because we want to ... ~ Jillian Cantor,
117:If someone is too perfect they won't look good. Imperfection is important. ~ Eric Cantona,
118:I'm lucky to have the privilege of being able to choose what I want to do. ~ Eric Cantona,
119:La ansiedad pronto cedió lugar al desencanto ante un fiasco previsible. ~ Leonardo Padura,
120:The French have only negative things to say about everything and everyone. ~ Eric Cantona,
121:I try to find different ways of expressing myself. Without that I will die. ~ Eric Cantona,
122:Anyone who is different or is slightly out of the norm, is considered crazy. ~ Eric Cantona,
123:I don't play against any team in particular. I play to fight against defeat. ~ Eric Cantona,
124:I know that I have a face, a look, people aren't used to seeing. A presence. ~ Eric Cantona,
125:Nunca habrá otra perfección que la de ahora. Canto a mí mismo, WALT WHITMAN ~ Deepak Chopra,
126:Tener encanto es oír que te contestan sí sin haber hecho ninguna pregunta... ~ Albert Camus,
127:I would love him to save me a place in his team, George Best that is, not God. ~ Eric Cantona,
128:You need a particular talent only to want to please. I don't have this talent. ~ Eric Cantona,
129:The middle of every successful project looks like a disaster. —Rosabeth Moss Cantor ~ Anonymous,
130:Great innovation only happens when people aren't afraid to do things differently. ~ Georg Cantor,
131:Il significato letterale di «parassita», dal greco antico, è «accanto al grano». ~ James C Scott,
132:I have to wear clothes but I don't like to give an idea of what I am with clothes. ~ Eric Cantona,
133:I play with passion and fire. I have to accept that sometimes this fire does harm. ~ Eric Cantona,
134:In mathematics, the art of asking questions is more valuable than solving problems. ~ Georg Cantor,
135:Our black president can't say that he's for gay marriage. That is upsetting to me. ~ Mario Cantone,
136:You are constantly battling against your own weaknesses to make a good performence. ~ Eric Cantona,
137:Tsviya, the Cantor’s wife, had fainted. Looking at her, other women fainted, too. ~ Sholom Aleichem,
138:I don't need to be involved with a game watched by millions of people to be fulfilled. ~ Eric Cantona,
139:I prefer to play and lose rather than win, because I know in advance I'm going to win. ~ Eric Cantona,
140:I think a New Guard-type of Republican - Eric Cantor is a rising star in the party. ~ Andrea Tantaros,
141:It's not the solution, Mr. Canton. It's the path to the solution that's fascinating. ~ Gary D Schmidt,
142:I'm proud of what I achieved there, but a life built on memories is not much of a life. ~ Eric Cantona,
143:Look, you're either loved or hated. Which is a good thing, as Bette Davis used to say. ~ Mario Cantone,
144:Siederemo accanto un'altra volta, a spinger sassi col piede, e fantasie col pensiero. ~ Giovanni Verga,
145:Toda la diversidad, la hermosura, el encanto de la vida, se componen de luces y sombras. ~ Leo Tolstoy,
146:What was it Pound had said in the Cantos? “I am not a demigod—I can’t make it cohere. ~ Stephen Coonts,
147:A man is talking on the phone in Cantonese, which means that he is, in fact, shouting. ~ Neal Stephenson,
148:I'm crass, contemptuous and crude, obstreperous, obnoxious, rambunctiously raw and rude. ~ Mario Cantone,
149:We all seem to be about aggression and greed. It's a massive pressure that affects us all. ~ Eric Cantona,
150:Es el encanto de la conversación, de hablar por hablar, del hablar roto a interrumpido ~ Miguel de Unamuno,
151:In mathematics the art of proposing a question must be held of higher value than solving it. ~ Georg Cantor,
152:It's my country but I don't want to know about France - I was born there but I feel English. ~ Eric Cantona,
153:30Engañoso es el encanto y pasajera la belleza; la mujer que teme al SEÑOR es digna de alabanza. ~ Anonymous,
154:" — I may stand alone,But would not change my free thoughts for a throne." ~ Lord Byron(Don Juan ; Canto 11),
155:We can't be good enough or perfect enough. We have to trust Christ to be good enough for us. ~ Janice Cantore,
156:I am not lost, but I am without direction, and even though they sound the same, they are not. ~ Jillian Cantor,
157:I like to hold a book. When someone sends me a script, I ask for a hard copy or print one out. ~ Mario Cantone,
158:They say Stalin is the next Hitler, you know? And what will happen if he gets the bomb?” “You ~ Jillian Cantor,
159:My best moment? I have a lot of good moments but the one I prefer is when I kicked the hooligan. ~ Eric Cantona,
160:You may find another Beckham or Ronaldo, but never ever will you find another Sir Alex Ferguson. ~ Eric Cantona,
161:I see the world become so uniform. Everybody has to be the same. I like people who are different. ~ Eric Cantona,
162:Tutto attorno a lui, gli odori erano come un canto, un coro che pareva permeare il buon mondo verde. ~ Anonymous,
163:Amy: I had something I wanted to tell him. Stuff always gets in the way. Canton: Stuff does that. ~ Steven Moffat,
164:Lo malo de lo platónico es que en cuanto se vuelve accesible pierde el encanto. Somos así de pesadas. ~ Anonymous,
165:as he stalked back toward the produce stand. If the Canton gang had stooped to harassing women, ~ Jeri Smith Ready,
166:I hope that Republicans in the House and Mr. Cantor will embrace that as part of immigration reform. ~ Dick Durbin,
167:I love doing scripted things. What little acting ability I have I am holding on with my hangnails. ~ Mario Cantone,
168:Se encerraba a cal y canto en su caparazón y marcaba en todo momento una distancia con su entorno. ~ Stieg Larsson,
169:Stars scribble on our eyes the frosty sagas, The gleaming cantos of unvanquished space. (Cape Hatteras ~ Hart Crane,
170:Truth or tact? You have to choose. Most times they're not compatible. It's so hard to draw the line. ~ Eddie Cantor,
171:Use Campaign link tagging labels all for specifying slight differences in content for split testing. ~ Georg Cantor,
172:When the seagulls follow the trawler, it is because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea. ~ Eric Cantona,
173:Amy: I had something I wanted to tell him. Stuff always gets in the way.
Canton: Stuff does that. ~ Steven Moffat,
174:Decidme, pues, ¿cómo debería apreciar los encantos que un cielo para mí en un infierno transformaron? ~ Kerstin Gier,
175:el sonido no es el artífice del canto, antes está sujeto al alma que canta por el cuerpo, ~ Saint Augustine of Hippo,
176:Maria mi si è sdraiata accanto. - Ho paura.
- Loro hanno paura.
- Perchè?
- Perchè urlano. ~ Niccol Ammaniti,
177:Marriage is an attempt to solve problems together which you didn't even have when you were on your own. ~ Eddie Cantor,
178:My vocal style is called bel canto, which is an old Italian vocal style going back hundreds of years. ~ Sebastian Bach,
179:By his father he is English, by his mother he is Americanto my mind the blend which makes the perfect man. ~ Mark Twain,
180:Ho sognato di essere vecchio. E tu, tu mi eri accanto. Per sempre giovane, in mano una tazza di stelle. ~ Joanne Harris,
181:I started beach football in Monte Carlo when I retired from football in 1997. I liked the game very much. ~ Eric Cantona,
182:Some people need to stay at the top. They are afraid to re-start from zero because they fear the critics. ~ Eric Cantona,
183:The real fans of football come from the working class. Now they cannot afford to come and watch the game. ~ Eric Cantona,
184:I am searching for abstract ways of expressing reality, abstract forms that will enlighten my own mystery. ~ Eric Cantona,
185:Those who hate or disrespect Sir Alex Ferguson , its only because he snatched away their dreams of winning. ~ Eric Cantona,
186:I won't do reality. That is done. And I don't want people following me around with a camera 24 hours a day. ~ Mario Cantone,
187:Sometimes in life one experiences an emotion which is so strong that it is difficult to think, or to reason. ~ Eric Cantona,
188:Words fascinate me. They always have. For me, browsing in a dictionary is like being turned loose in a bank. ~ Eddie Cantor,
189:Don't always blindly follow guidance and step-by-step instructions; you might run into something interesting. ~ Georg Cantor,
190:Em todos os cantos os soldados topavam com japoneses imobilizados por cordas, sendo brutalmente espancados ~ Fernando Morais,
191:I like to be fascinated by the people I photograph. Sometimes I don't admire them but I'm interested in them. ~ Eric Cantona,
192:On sand, you can never be sure of anything. An ordinary shot can take a wicked deflection at the last moment. ~ Eric Cantona,
193:Going to the movies still remains, arguably, amongst the best communal experiences that human beings can share. ~ Mark Canton,
194:Had Mittag-Leffler had his way, I should have to wait until the year 1984, which to me seemed too great a demand! ~ Georg Cantor,
195:Some films I say no to and they end up working very well, but I don't care, I just want to do something exciting. ~ Eric Cantona,
196:We believe very strongly that you stop that denial of coverage by promoting choice. Let people make the decisions. ~ Eric Cantor,
197:I always planned to retire when I was at the top and at Manchester United I have reached the pinnacle of my career. ~ Eric Cantona,
198:-Me encanto lo del asesino disfrazado de payaso. Llámame retorcida, pero lo encontré deliciosa mente escalofriante. ~ Stephen King,
199:Whereas it was so hard for people to break, but we could get sick or die in what seemed like a matter of seconds. ~ Jillian Cantor,
200:Who do you think I am, Pete Rose? I don't bet. I come from a long line of compulsive gamblers. Gambling scares me. ~ Mario Cantone,
201:I am hopeful for the American people that we can actually improve the outlook for bringing down costs in health care. ~ Eric Cantor,
202:un espíritu noble y vigoroso no se acoraza tanto contra nada como contra el encanto amargo, punzante, del conocimiento. ~ Anonymous,
203:You can change your wife, your politics, your religion, but never, never can you change your favourite football team. ~ Eric Cantona,
204:If there is support for a supplemental, it would be accompanied by support for having pay-fors to that supplemental. ~ Eric Cantor,
205:I mean, the Obama position has been, "We think government ought to be spending this money, not the people who earn it." ~ Eric Cantor,
206:Lara Jean, creo que te medio enamoras de cada persona a la que conoces. Es parte de tu encanto. Estás enamorada del amor. ~ Jenny Han,
207:Shelby is so gullible; she believes every word I say to her, as if it is so easy just to believe the best in people. ~ Jillian Cantor,
208:When you are a rich man you are proud to own a Rolls Royce and when you are a poor man you are proud to own a Renault. ~ Eric Cantona,
209:Shelby's laugh is like water. Sometimes it's good, cleansing, even refreshing. Other times, I feel it might drown me. ~ Jillian Cantor,
210:There was something in the bel canto, not just opera, but a certain style of Italian singing that I responded to deeply. ~ Robert Davi,
211:It is unacceptable that people often have to make huge sacrifices just to find a place to live, a roof over their heads. ~ Eric Cantona,
212:A un certo punto non meglio identificato, l'America è diventata un gigantesco centro commerciale con una nazione accanto. ~ Ben Fountain,
213:La podre señora Woo fue expulsada de Corea por su mal carácter; me temo que posee el dulce encanto de un arma química ~ Maggie Stiefvater,
214:Mientras mas honda la herida,
Es mi canto mas hermoso.

While more deeper is the wound
The more beautiful the art. ~ Jos Mart,
215:Então KZ abandonou tudo, e desapareceu. Deixou dito: Vou procurar um celacanto. E nunca mais voltou, nunca mais voltará. ~ Herberto Helder,
216:¿No tendrás un cepillo para el pelo? Es que canto mejor cuando tengo uno en la mano.
Gideon parecía un poco desesperado. ~ Kerstin Gier,
217:When I think football, I think Manchester United. I still support United and always will. I will die with them in my heart. ~ Eric Cantona,
218:The transfinite numbers are in a sense the new irrationalities [ ... they] stand or fall with the finite irrational numbers. ~ Georg Cantor,
219:Chinese sources suggest that Islam arrived in Canton in about 620, a full dozen years before the death of the Prophet. ~ William J Bernstein,
220:Dig: I'm Jewish. Count Basie's Jewish. Ray Charles is Jewish. Eddie Cantor's goyish. B'nai B'rith is goyish; Hadassah, Jewish. ~ Lenny Bruce,
221:Every transfinite consistent multiplicity, that is, every transfinite set, must have a definite aleph as its cardinal number. ~ Georg Cantor,
222:For me, I don't like it when there is too much interference in our lives. We're not children. It is our own life in our hands. ~ Eric Cantona,
223:Peter Schmeichel, Paul Ince, Bryan Robson, Roy Keane, Mark Hughes and Eric Cantona could all start a fight in an empty house. ~ Alex Ferguson,
224:I love to doubt as well as know." ~ Dante Alighieri Dante's Inferno, Canto XI, 93: "non men che saver, dubbiar m'aggrata. ~ Dante Alighieri,
225:Considero que este pensamiento es un vicio: lo escribo para fijarle límites, para ver que no tiene encanto, para dejarlo. ~ Adolfo Bioy Casares,
226:Os homens desesperados vivem em cantos. Todos os homens que amam vivem em cantos. Todos os leitores de livros vivem em cantos. ~ Pascal Quignard,
227:Non stava cercando la perfezione, solo qualcuno che lo facesse sentire abbastanza sicuro da mostrarsi insicuro accanto a lei. ~ Christopher Moore,
228:ovunque io sia, qualsiasi cosa stia facendo, che sia vivo o morto, giovane o vecchio, il mio cuore sarà sempre accanto al tuo. ~ Rachel Van Dyken,
229:Salta su, Jules. Sei mio. Il mio navigatore." - "Sei mio" si ripeté lui, e con quel pensiero in testa prese posto accanto a lei. ~ Cassandra Clare,
230:Sometimes you get submerged by emotion. I think it's very important to express it - which doesn't necessarily mean hitting someone. ~ Eric Cantona,
231:Así aislada, a esa distancia, la visión adquiría un sutilísimo encanto que me hacía precipitar hacia mi solitaria gratificación. ~ Vladimir Nabokov,
232:El desencanto es un oxímoron, una contradicción que el intelecto no puede resolver y que sólo la poesía puede expresar y custodiar ~ Claudio Magris,
233:I want to be known by people who are knowledgeable about opera, who appreciate bel canto singing, people who have more sensitivity. ~ Alfredo Kraus,
234:There were moments - I would be daydreaming - I would imagine scenes, even if there wasn't a camera around. In my head, I was acting. ~ Eric Cantona,
235:Lying can be a second skin, but when you are called out on that lie, it can become all too easy for that skin to start to peel away. ~ Jillian Cantor,
236:Quem se desilude, morre por dentro. Dizia: é urgente viver encantado. O encanto é a única cura possível para a inevitável tristeza. ~ Valter Hugo M e,
237:Se o senhor me permite arriscar uma comparação, diria que os livros são as pautas e a conversa é o canto. - A enfermaria Nº6 (novela) ~ Anton Chekhov,
238:Vorrei che ti ricordassi di me.
Ti ricordassi sempre della mia esistenza, e che sono stata accanto a te come in questo momento? ~ Haruki Murakami,
239:A inferioridade intelectual não constituía para elas inconveniente de maior; baseavam as suas esperanças nos seus encantos pessoais. ~ Charlotte Bront,
240:Slow down and enjoy life. It's not only the scenery you miss by going to fast - you also miss the sense of where you are going and why. ~ Eddie Cantor,
241:Un plan que promete incontables placeres no puede triunfar; y el desencanto general sólo se conjura con ayuda de algún pequeño disgusto. ~ Jane Austen,
242:When I see the Ten Most Wanted Lists... I always have this thought: If we'd made them feel wanted earlier, they wouldn't be wanted now. ~ Eddie Cantor,
243:Mi mancherà tutto questo. La nostra amicizia. La familiarità. Bright Side è sempre stata qui, accanto a me. Facciamo sempre tutto insieme. ~ Kim Holden,
244:hubo ocasiones en que me pareció como si una espesa cortina hubiese caído para ocultarme todo el interés y todo el encanto de la vida, ~ Charles Dickens,
245:[On Cantor's work:] The finest product of mathematical genius and one of the supreme achievements of purely intellectual human activity. ~ David Hilbert,
246:Cantonese, which has up to nine tones as opposed to the five in Mandarin, is much more versatile and one of the richest dialects in Chinese. ~ David Tang,
247:We know that appropriators will fight these cutbacks. But by eliminating earmarks, we can stop the horse trading that grows agency budgets. ~ Eric Cantor,
248:What is the system? It revolves around the banks, the system is built on the power of the banks, so it can be destroyed through the banks. ~ Eric Cantona,
249:Come to think of it—what are we going to do with our old cantor? We just got a new one, you know. We needed him like a hole in the head. ~ Sholom Aleichem,
250:The new assignment with much more responsibility and a heartbreaking workload would be what Luke and Bill liked to call a "hard blessing. ~ Janice Cantore,
251:There isn't just one ending, one answer, one person who can make us happy, or not. Maybe we can all begin again, become different people. ~ Jillian Cantor,
252:I am not for raising taxes in a recession, especially when it comes to job creators that we need so desperately to start creating jobs again. ~ Eric Cantor,
253:A false conclusion once arrived at and widely accepted is not easily dislodged and the less it is understood the more tenaciously it is held. ~ Georg Cantor,
254:En el fondo, toda filosofía no era más que el canto lastimero de un niño que se ve obligado a ahuyentar el miedo que le causa la oscuridad. ~ Marlen Haushofer,
255:I was born in Scotland and have lived there all my life. I speak conversational Cantonese with my dad when I'm at home, and very basic Mandarin. ~ Katie Leung,
256:Spesso passiamo in tal modo accanto alal felicità snza vederla, senza guardarla, oppure, se l'abbiamo vista e guardata, senza riconoscerla.! ~ Alexandre Dumas,
257:The American people expect the United States to keep terrorists where they belong, apart from civilized society and outside of America's borders ~ Eric Cantor,
258:Disciplina y un cierto encanto dúctil, ésas son las claves para llegar a donde uno se proponga. ========== Los Detectives Salvajes (Bolaño Roberto) ~ Anonymous,
259:Sometimes you surprise the goalkeeper and sometimes the goalkeeper surprises you. In my career, I tried to do more of the first than the second. ~ Eric Cantona,
260:Ás vezes respondo. Posso lhes contar da doçura e do encanto dela, e descrever
como me ensinou a ver o mundo como o lugar maravilhoso que é. ~ Nicholas Sparks,
261:I was always being creative. I could never have played a defensive role because I would have been forced to destroy the other player's creativity. ~ Eric Cantona,
262:toda escolha tem sua história, muitos momentos de nossa vida estão espremidos num canto só esperando uma brecha, e no final essa brecha aparece. ~ Elena Ferrante,
263:I stopped playing football because I'd done as much as I could. I needed something which was going to excite me as much as football had excited me. ~ Eric Cantona,
264:In the middle of the journey of our life I came to myself in a dark wood where the straight way was lost. —DANTE ALIGHIERI, The Divine Comedy: Canto I ~ Erik Larson,
265:Se me ocurrió que uno de los encantos de la vejez son las provocaciones que se permiten las amigas jóvenes que nos creen fuera de servicio. ~ Gabriel Garc a M rquez,
266:People have to take responsibility for themselves. We need to get the housing industry going again. We don't need government intervening in every step. ~ Eric Cantor,
267:Ninguém me vê como tu, ninguém te vê como eu. Há um encanto só nosso que nos faz pairar por cima de todas as coisas sempre que estamos juntos ~ Margarida Rebelo Pinto,
268:El sufrimiento, el desencanto y la melancolía existen no para irritarnos o para despojarnos de nuestra dignidad, sino para madurarnos y transfigurarnos. ~ Hermann Hesse,
269:She talked about God giving man free will. Because of that, there is evil in the world. If God pulled everyone’s strings all the time, we’d be puppets. ~ Janice Cantore,
270:The hours count. The minutes count. Do not let this crime against humanity take place. -- Pablo Picasso, on the Rosenbergs, L'Humanité, May 1951 ~ Jillian Cantor,
271:The idea of Marilyn Manson has been brewing in my head, one form or another, since I was about 12 years old at a Christian high school in Canton, Ohio. ~ Marilyn Manson,
272:I'm so proud the fans still sing my name, but I fear tomorrow they will stop. I fear it because I love it. And everything you love, you fear you will lose. ~ Eric Cantona,
273:Always remember that we were innocent and could not wrong our conscience. -- Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, in their last letter to their sons, June 19, 1953. ~ Jillian Cantor,
274:Usted aceptará que la memoria crece, extiende ramas, establece la continuidad entre el presente desamparado y un tiempo ya sin peso, que lo precede. ~ Roberto Burgos Cantor,
275:It was crazy the way I could break this glass, shatter it so quickly with just one false move, but I could not kill it, not really, not for a million years. ~ Jillian Cantor,
276:I'm about to start working with a singer I met on my last trip: she'll get international exposure, and I'll have a song out in that market sung in Cantonese. ~ Paul Oakenfold,
277:I mean, the things you think will never happen, you have to confront; those things that come into your life that you thought you never could deal with, you do. ~ Mario Cantone,
278:Alle sembianze il Padre, alle amene sembianze eterno regno diè alle genti; e per virili imprese, per dotta lira o canto, virtù non luce in disadorno ammanto. ~ Giacomo Leopardi,
279:All human history attests That happiness for man, - the hungry sinner! - Since Eve ate apples, much depends on dinner. ~Lord Byron, Don Juan, Canto XIII, stanza 99 ~ Lord Byron,
280:I am very mistrustful of people who are constantly over intellectualising things. It kills passion. You have to allow yourself to lose control from time to time. ~ Eric Cantona,
281:Non si dovrebbe parlare di Dio.
Non conosciamo la sua lingua.
Possiamo soltanto ascoltare.
Come l'incanto di una musica lontana, nel cuore della notte ~ Stefano Benni,
282:I am good at keeping secrets. I am wrapped in them now, the way I am wrapped in lies, like my sweater, clinging tightly to my skin, even on the hottest of days. ~ Jillian Cantor,
283:In a perfect world we would bring corporate tax rates down to 25% or less so we can get competitive in the world economy. Ultimately, I would love to see a flat tax. ~ Eric Cantor,
284:Open your mind to what I shall disclose, and hold it fast within you; he who hears, but does not hold what he has heard, learns nothing. Beatrice - Canto V 40-42 ~ Dante Alighieri,
285:Maybe my father was right. There isn’t just one ending, one answer, one person who can make us happy, or not. Maybe we can all begin again, become different people. ~ Jillian Cantor,
286:Me celebro y me canto a mí mismo.
Y lo que yo diga ahora de mí, lo digo de ti,
porque lo que yo tengo lo tienes tú
y cada átomo de mi cuerpo es tuyo también. ~ Walt Whitman,
287:We will cut programs, we will try to rein in the size of the bureaucracy. We will bring federal pay scales that have become so exaggerated into line with market rates. ~ Eric Cantor,
288:I think about the great players with whom I have shared a pitch: Eric Cantona, Zinedine Zidane, Pirlo, Xavi, Cristiano Ronaldo - and the greatest of them all is Messi. ~ Paul Scholes,
289:Make me a willow cabin at your gate, And call upon my soul within the house; Write loyal cantons of contemned love And sing them loud even in the dead of night. ~ William Shakespeare,
290:The only thing you can be sure of, Herr March, is that - whoever wins - still standing when the smoke of battle clears will be the banks of the cantons of Switzerland. ~ Robert Harris,
291:Cosa c’è di meglio, in realtà, che starsene la sera accanto al fuoco con un bel libro in mano, mentre il vento sbatte contro le persiane e arde il lume della lampada? ~ Gustave Flaubert,
292:I saw two beings in the hues of the youth
Standing upon a hill, a gentle hill... And both were young-- and one was beautiful
-The Dream, Canto II
Lord Byron ~ Madeleine L Engle,
293:You have to love someone to yell at them so intensely; you have to care so unbelievably much that your anger explodes and burns across the sky like the Soviet's Sputnik. ~ Jillian Cantor,
294:Friendship among thieves only goes so far. Look at the fact that dirty cops will try to frame other cops and even kill other cops. A crook is a crook, blue suit or jeans. ~ Janice Cantore,
295:Cuanto más se le intenta ocultar algo a un niño, más empeño pone este en encontrarlo, ya sea un dulce o una postal de coristas descocadas dándoles vuelo a sus encantos. ~ Carlos Ruiz Zaf n,
296:o encanto indefinido que está para a mulher como o perfume está para a flor e o sabor para o fruto. Porque não basta uma flor ser bela, nem um fruto ser agradável à vista ~ Alexandre Dumas,
297:And of that second kingdom will I sing Wherein the human spirit doth purge itself, And to ascend to heaven becometh worthy.” -Dante Alighieri, Purgatorio, Canto I.004-006. ~ Sylvain Reynard,
298:instrumento menos grave, canto de amor suave las iras y desdenes, los males y los bienes, no del todo olvidado del fiero taratántara, templado con el silbo del pícaro sonoro. ~ Lope de Vega,
299:Love isn't like a reservoir. You'll never drain it dry. It's much more like a natural spring. The longer and farther it flows, the stronger and deeper and clearer it becomes. ~ Eddie Cantor,
300:Su belleza no era como la de Will, en fieros colores y fuego contenido, pero tenía una singular perfección callada, el encanto de la nieve cayendo contra un cielo plateado ~ Cassandra Clare,
301:Versi di un canto Navajo

Poi gli dissero:
Tutto quello che hai visto, ricordalo,
Perché tutto quel che dimentichi
Ritorna a volare nel vento. ~ William Least Heat Moon,
302:I do not suspect that Jefferson or Madison ever envisioned Congress honoring the 2,560th anniversary of the birth of Confucius or supporting the designation of National Pi Day. ~ Eric Cantor,
303:What the president announced yesterday, is that somehow magically, if we just continue to prime the pump of taxpayer dollars, we're going to see magically an economic recovery. ~ Eric Cantor,
304:Make me a willow cabin at your gate,
And call upon my soul within the house;
Write loyal cantons of contemned love
And sing them loud even in the dead of night. ~ William Shakespeare,
305:únete a gente y a organizaciones que ya tengan éxito, funde tu identidad con la suya, y haz crecer ambas a la vez. Desde luego, tiene más encanto perseguir tu propia gloria, ~ Timothy Ferriss,
306:Envejecer no es simplemente un desmontar y marchitarse; como cualquier estadio de la vida tiene sus propios valores, su propio encanto, su propia sabiduría, su propia tristeza. ~ Hermann Hesse,
307:You know, we have a fiscal train wreck before us. And unless we act, and act deliberately, we're not going to enable our kids to have what we have. It's plain and simple as that. ~ Eric Cantor,
308:I hated high school. Ugh. I couldn't wait until it was over so I could sleep in. In college, I made sure all my classes were in the afternoon. I hated getting up in the morning. ~ Mario Cantone,
309:El pasado ofrecía el encanto de lo irrecuperable. Lo perdido se convierte en algo precioso, en algo apenas entrevisto, evocado casi a voluntad, en la esencia más pura del presente. ~ Elena Garro,
310:If it has got four legs and it is not a chair, if it has got two wings and it flies but is not an aeroplane, and if it swims and it is not a submarine, the Cantonese will eat it. ~ Prince Philip,
311:Mathematics, in the development of its ideas, has only to take account of the immanent reality of its concepts and has absolutely no obligation to examine their transient reality. ~ Georg Cantor,
312:É un luogo romantico, sì" convenne Poirot, "e tranquillo. Il sole brilla e il mare è un incanto. Ma dimentica, signorina Brewster, che il male si annida dovunque, sotto il sole. ~ Agatha Christie,
313:I know, it's weird that I've never done a musical. I turned down two of them. 'The Lion King' and 'The Producers.' I turned two of the biggest Broadway musicals down, am I a mess? ~ Mario Cantone,
314:Sentada no seu canto, a morte olhava. Muito mais tarde, o cão levantou-se do tapete e subiu para o sofá. Pela primeira vez na sua vida a morte soube o que era ter um cão no regaço. ~ Jos Saramago,
315:All human history attests
That happiness for man, - the hungry sinner! -
Since Eve ate apples, much depends on dinner. ~ Lord ByronLord Byron, Don Juan, Canto XIII, stanza 99 ~ Lord Byron,
316:O amor que ainda não se definiu é como uma melodia do desenho incerto. Deixa o coração a um tempo alegre e perturbado e tem o encanto fugidio e misterioso de uma música ao longe… ~ Erico Verissimo,
317:Valora el impacto que tendrán tus actos presentes dentro de un año o más. Un resultado negativo, o incluso neutro, te hace perder el tiempo y tus recursos, te conduce al desencanto. ~ Guy Kawasaki,
318:Num cotovelo do caminho avistou um canto de cerca, encheu-o a esperança de achar comida, sentiu desejo de cantar. A voz saiu-lhe rouca, medonha. Calou-se para não estragar força. ~ Graciliano Ramos,
319:Papá me enseñó a coquetear con todo el mundo, chicas y chicos, y acabé por considerar el encanto -y no la cortesía o la franquza, o incluso la decencia- la principal virtud mundana ~ Hanif Kureishi,
320:There were African slaves in China from at least the seventh century CE, and, Wolf reports, “by 1119 most of the wealthy people of Canton were said to have possessed Black slaves. ~ David Christian,
321:Avrei lasciato perdere tutta la crescita personale e l’autorealizzazione se fosse servito a tenere Chase Rhodes accanto a me. Sfortunatamente, la vita non garantisce seconde possibilità. ~ Cardeno C,
322:El sexo lo borró todo, y Jon se sintió agradecido. Shakespeare estaba equivocado: no eran los encantos de la música lo que tranquilizaba al corazón desesperado, sino el baile horizontal. ~ Anonymous,
323:Papá me enseñó a coquetear con todo el mundo, chicas y chicos, y acabé por considerar el encanto -y no la cortesía o la franqueza, o incluso la decencia- la principal virtud mundana ~ Hanif Kureishi,
324:Pero quisiste el cielo. No hay cielo eterno. Ahora tienes que soportar el desfalco de perderlo. Aunque la tierra también tiene sus encantos. Te voy a dar una probadita de alguno. ~ ngeles Mastretta,
325:Io mi siedo sulla soglia e immergo il mio sguardo e il mio udito nei colori e nei suoni del paesaggio e canto piano piano, per me soltanto, dei vaghi canti che compongo nell'attesa. ~ Fernando Pessoa,
326:My lying is a second skin by now, so easy to forget it's there, so I don't always remember that lying is actually an art, and those who aren't meticulous about it are easily exposed. ~ Jillian Cantor,
327:¿Quién habrá inventado la música? ¿El viento? ¿El mar? ¿La lluvia? ¿Cuándo habrá nacido la armonía? ¿Qué habrá sonado primero? ¿El lenguaje de la brisa o el canto del ruiseñor? Desde ~ Mario Benedetti,
328:There is no doubt that we cannot do without variable quantities in the sense of the potential infinite. But from this very fact the necessity of the actual infinite can be demonstrated. ~ Georg Cantor,
329:In my neighborhood, everyone had an opinion on the local cantor. You didn't go to a synagogue to listen to the rabbi's sermon. You went to listen to the cantor. It was like a concert. ~ Alan Dershowitz,
330:Ignoraba si los arboles tenian sentimientos a la manera de los humanos. Al menos en lo que tocaba a los arboles cantores, si poseian cierta inteligencia. Podrian ama sin corazon?. ~ Laura Gallego Garc a,
331:Messi, he's exceptional. When you watch him, you feel there's a child inside him and he is making some childhood dream come true. He's a Great Player, not only for today but also tomorrow. ~ Eric Cantona,
332:El encanto era un subterfugio para lograr que los desconocidos simpatizaran de inmediato con una persona y le tuvieran confianza, aunque esa simpática persona tuviera las peores intenciones. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
333:I mean, look, Nancy Pelosi said in the very beginning this is going to be the most open, honest and ethical Congress in history. And what we're seeing is she's breaking that promise every day. ~ Eric Cantor,
334:«L’amore non è perfetto. È una faticaccia e spesso è più difficile restare che fuggire via. Se continui a cercare la perfezione, il vero amore ti passerà accanto senza che tu te ne accorga». ~ Jay Crownover,
335:A Terra dizia: Toma aqui, um presente para você. Mas o que fazemos? Nós a removemos com pás. Nós a golpeamos. Nós a raspamos. Nós a limpamos. Saia do nosso caminho. Nós a colocamos de canto. ~ Jerry Spinelli,
336:La stella rimase seduta accanto a quell'uomo addormentato che un tempo l'aveva fatta prigioniera, ma che poi era diventato suo compagno di viaggio. Si domandò che fine avesse fatto il suo odio. ~ Neil Gaiman,
337:this publisher guy
is asking me about my favorite canto in Child Harolde
that’s like asking someone to pick who’s hotter
his half-sister or his cousins
it’s literally impossible ~ Mallory Ortberg,
338:In the middle of the journey of our life I came to myself in a dark wood where the straight way was lost. —DANTE ALIGHIERI,
The Divine Comedy: Canto I
(Carlyle-Wicksteed Translation, 1932) ~ Erik Larson,
339:I realize that in this undertaking I place myself in a certain opposition to views widely held concerning the mathematical infinite and to opinions frequently defended on the nature of numbers. ~ Georg Cantor,
340:He was your usual man when it came to romance, which is to say he couldn’t recite Baa Baa Black Sheep when sober, whereas when drunk, sixteen cantos of Byron’s Don Juan was par for the course. ~ Tyne O Connell,
341:You heard Eric 'Kiddie' Cantor say that he was afraid of mob rule down on Wall Street. Oh, you're afraid, little cutie baby? How about going down there yourself and walking through the crowds? ~ Gerald Celente,
342:HELEN HAYES: “Which part of The Divine Comedy do you like the most, Tiziano?”
TIZIANO CONTI: “The fifth Canto.”
HELEN HAYES: “The Hell, huh?”
TIZIANO CONTI: “L’inferno depicts the truth. ~ Merce Cardus,
343:Modern storytellers are the descendants of an immense and ancient community of holy people, troubadours, bards, griots, cantadoras, cantors, traveling poets, bums, hags and crazy people. ~ Clarissa Pinkola Estes,
344:The issue for us is rebuilding a governing majority that is comfortable with differences that can transcend the divisiveness and unify behind the principles that we know our party has succeeded on. ~ Eric Cantor,
345:And that is one of the worst things about this life. As a liar, a pretend person, you cannot really truly ever be someone's friend. My American life, it is lonely. Often, it is very, very lonely. ~ Jillian Cantor,
346:I was a pizza-delivery boy at the Pizza Oven in Canton. I wanted to get fired so bad, I actually wrecked the delivery car, but they wouldn't fire me. I was the only person they had working there. ~ Marilyn Manson,
347:Este era seu plano: nadar mais e mais longe a cada dia, até que pudesse mergulhar sozinho em segurança. Até que pudesse mergulhar em oceanos mais nublados. Em cantos mais pálidos, mais imóveis do mundo. ~ Ali Shaw,
348:I would like to compare football and cinema. I think it's very similar. It's two games... different games. You have to work very hard and find the confidence to enjoy it on the pitch or in the film. ~ Eric Cantona,
349:Efectivamente, su dinamismo tiene algo de brasileño. Armenia es guapa, va bien vestida, despliega todo el encanto de esas mujeres que parecen no tener edad y, por si fuera poco, es tremendamente sensual. ~ Anonymous,
350:In the Bhāgavatam, Twelfth Canto, it is said that in the Kali-yuga marriage will be based on the consideration of sex life; as soon as there is deficiency in sex life, the question of divorce will arise. ~ Anonymous,
351:Amor que incendia el corazón de los orangutanes, de los bomberos. Amor que exalta el canto de las ranas bajo las ramas, que arranca los botones de los botines, que se alimenta de encelo y ensalada. ~ Oliverio Girondo,
352:Desde criança, sempre me agradava contemplar as formas estranhas da natureza, não como observador que investiga, mas abandonando-me apenas ao seu encanto peculiar, à sua profunda e complexa linguagem. ~ Hermann Hesse,
353:- O pudor é uma velha virtude que deveis, com tantos encantos, saber dispensar na perfeição,
- Mas a decência...
- Mais um costume gótico, a que hoje pouco se liga. E tão contrário à natureza! ~ Marquis de Sade,
354:E eu tenho do alto orgulho a timidez
E sinto horror a abrir o ser a alguém,
A confiar n'alguém. Horror eu sinto
A que prescrute alguém, ou levemente
Ou não, quaisquer recantos do meu ser. ~ Fernando Pessoa,
355:... Vi alguna lágrima. El hombre alzaba o alejaba la voz y los acordes casi iguales eran monótonos o, mejor aún, infinitos. Yo hubiera querido que el canto siguiera para siempre y fuera mi vida. ... ~ Jorge Luis Borges,
356:But what I have come to understand as I watch the lonely flicker of my candle and listen for the faintest echo of Mother's voice is this: sometimes we breathe because we have to, not because we want to. ~ Jillian Cantor,
357:Vorrei parlarti, averti sempre accanto, e che non fosse necessario scriverti lettere - le lettere sono segni di separazione - o almeno segni, per la necessità di scriverle, del fatto di essere lontani. ~ Fernando Pessoa,
358:Frankly I was a little surprised at the unfair press coverage you and your partner received. Sometimes I wonder at people who live their safe lives on the sidelines, yet still want to make all the calls. ~ Janice Cantore,
359:Os pássaros ficavam encolhidos a um canto, tentando evitar olhar para aquela porta aberta, desviavam os olhos da liberdade, que é uma das portas mais assustadoras. Só se sentiam livres dentro de uma prisão. ~ Afonso Cruz,
360:Socrates worked towards making people question themselves. He like to provoke self-interrogation but wasn't particularly interested in the answers that emerged; he just like to set off the thought process. ~ Eric Cantona,
361:El corazón humano tiene tesoros ocultos,
Mantenidos en secreto, sellados en silencio;
Los pensamientos, las esperanzas, los sueños, los placeres,
que si se revelaran, sus encantos se romperían. ~ Charlotte Bront,
362:It's all about the fungibility and money. If Planned Parenthood accesses hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer money and they use that for other purposes, then they can use other dollars to fund abortion. ~ Eric Cantor,
363:Mathematics is entirely free in its development, and its concepts are only linked by the necessity of being consistent, and are co-ordinated with concepts introduced previously by means of precise definitions. ~ Georg Cantor,
364:Two people, a man and your ex, Maura, are in the car,” Reynolds says. “Officer Canton pulls them over for a DUI. Something spooks them. They panic, shoot Officer Canton twice in the back of the head, take off. ~ Harlan Coben,
365:È lì, accanto al letto , sul tappeto. Ha una scure piantata nella testa. Vuole visitarlo? Sì, lo visiti pure. Un incidente davvero stupido, non trova? È caduto dal letto nel sonno, ed è caduto su quella scure. ~ gota Krist f,
366:Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Parry of 2nd Battalion the Cheshire Regiment at once requisitioned ‘extra attractive women’ from the cantonment magistrate at Amballa, arguing that he had only six women for 400 men. ~ Richard Holmes,
367:I feel close to the rebelliousness of the youth here. Perhaps time will seperate us, but nobody can deny that here, behind the windows of Manchester, there is an insane love of football, of celebration and of music. ~ Eric Cantona,
368:I have my faith, and that is a strong anchor. I will not stop praying. I believe all things happen for a reason. We may not see it right now, but Londy will be vindicated, and God will work all this out for the best. ~ Janice Cantore,
369:In the battle between Kronecker and Cantor, Cantor would ultimately prevail. Cantor's theory would show that Kronecker's precious integers-and even the rational numbers-were nothing at all. They were an infinite zero. ~ Charles Seife,
370:6 Recostado, me quedo despierto       pensando y meditando en ti durante la noche. 7 Como eres mi ayudador,       canto de alegría a la sombra de tus alas. 8 Me aferro a ti;       tu fuerte mano derecha me mantiene seguro. ~ Anonymous,
371:Siempre había escogido al azar las novias de una noche más por el precio que por los encantos, y hacíamos amores sin amor, medio vestidos las más de las veces y siempre en la oscuridad para imaginarnos mejores. ~ Gabriel Garc a M rquez,
372:Again, the American people expect us to do what they are doing. It's tightening the belt, it's learning how to do more with less. That's a reality today, and we've got to do that in order to get the private sector growing. ~ Eric Cantor,
373:The pressure people put on themselves and the rivalry between the teams is much more marked. And I think that's a good thing. As long as that rivalry remains within the spirit of competition, it con only spur everyone on. ~ Eric Cantona,
374:After his first training session in heaven, George Best, from his favourite right wing, turned the head of God who was filling in at left-back. I would love him to save me a place in his team, George Best that is, not God. ~ Eric Cantona,
375:I don't think the world of football is so serious. It's important to have distance about things and about yourself. If we believe we are kings or gods, we become crazy. We all know it's a game and we all enjoy it together. ~ Eric Cantona,
376:I knew the full 'Judy Garland Carnegie Hall' double album set at age 2. And then my mother wondered why I was gay. I was like, 'Are you nuts? You would make me get on the table to sing Judy Garland songs and you're upset? ~ Mario Cantone,
377:Si svegliò al canto degli uccelli, con la bruma del primo mattino che saliva oltre l’erba alta dov’era sdraiata. Sul volto erano impressi i segni delle margherite schiacciate, i fiorellini richiusi sotto il viso fragile. ~ Alyson Richman,
378:officiers – le MFS constitue la branche chrétienne des forces armées du " canton " de la Djézireh (nord-est de la Syrie), dont l'autonomie a été proclamée en  2013 malgré la présence, encore très visible par endroits, du régime ~ Anonymous,
379:Lo más probable es que el chico simplemente había caído presa de sus encantos. El amor era el amor, no había hechizo para curar un corazón roto que no destruyese también la capacidad de que el corazón pudiese amar otra vez ~ Cassandra Clare,
380:Nadie está escuchando. Ahora puedes cantar tu canto, como hace el pájaro, no para el territorio o el dominio, sino para tu autoexpansión. Deja que algo provenga de nada. [...] STAN RICE de «Suite Tejana» Cuerpo de trabajo (1983) ~ Anne Rice,
381:The grand scale and immersive nature of The IMAX Experience gives Spiderwick a brand new level of excitement. In IMAX theatres, fans will be drawn into the movie even further and feel as if they are actually part of the story. ~ Mark Canton,
382:A sonata trazia a sensação da falta absoluta de governo, a anarquia da inocência primitiva naquele recanto do Paraíso que o homem perdeu por desobediente, e um dia ganhará, quando a perfeição trouxer a ordem eterna e única ~ Machado de Assis,
383:My dear Pepper,” said Ellery, “that is the curse of my composition. I’m always thinking. I’m pursued by what Byron in Childe Harold—you recall that magnificent first canto?—saw fit to call, ‘The blight of life—the demon Thought. ~ Ellery Queen,
384:Había necesitado muchos años de sufrimiento y miseria para conquistar los privilegios de la soledad, y no estaba dispuesta a renunciar a ellos a cambio de una vejez perturbada por los falsos encantos de la misericordia. ~ Gabriel Garc a M rquez,
385:Driving the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge no monument’s in sight but fog prowling Angel Island muffling Alcatraz poems in Cantonese inscribed on fog no icon lifts a lamp here history’s breath blotting the air over Gold Mountain ~ Adrienne Rich,
386:If you have heard a Jewish cantor sing, if he has touched you and made your own sorrow seem trivial when compared with his, you will know my feeling when I follow the curves of her profile, like mobile rivers, to their common delta. ~ Jean Toomer,
387:Basta-me minha imortalidade,/ o fluir de meu sangue de uma para outra era,/
mas em troca de um canto quente e seguro/ daria de bom grado minha vida,/ conquanto sua agulha voadora/ não me arrastasse, feito linha, mundo afora. ~ Arseny Tarkovsky,
388:Being involved in movies is my passion. What's gotten me off the mat is the sense of the child in all of us. I feel like the same guy as I did back in the mail room, but with more wisdom, from the depths of experience to the heights. ~ Mark Canton,
389:Look, we know we screwed up when we were in the majority. We fell in love with power. We spent way too much money - especially on earmarks. There was too much corruption when we ran this place. We were guilty. And that's why we lost. ~ Eric Cantor,
390:To be honest, I found the 3D in 'Avatar' to be inconsistent and while ground breaking in many respects, sometimes I thought it overwhelmed the storytelling. Technology aside, I wish 'Avatar' had been more original in its storytelling. ~ Mark Canton,
391:We've had Town Hall meetings, we've witnessed election after election, in which the American people have taken a position on the President's health care bill. And the bottom line is the people don't like this bill. They don't want it. ~ Eric Cantor,
392:Bad things happen to everyone. No one by their behavior can store up any immunity from disaster or tragedy. All any of us can control is how we respond when tough times come. This does not diminish God or his sovereignty in my mind. ~ Janice Cantore,
393:I began a poem in lines of one syllable. It's rather difficult, but the merit of all things lies in their difficulty. The subject matter is gallant. I'll read you the first canto; it's four hundred verses long and takes one minute. ~ Alexandre Dumas,
394:The world has obviously changed in terms of the way filmmakers and actors and writers often look at their own careers. They all seem to want to include in their own process - along with some of their iconic and franchise-driven movies. ~ Mark Canton,
395:Tutti e due che mi dicevano di giocare di più a tennis, di andare più spesso a ballare, di conoscere gente, di scoprire da solo perché nella vita gli altri sono indispensabili e non sono solo corpi sconosciuti che ti scivolano accanto. ~ Andr Aciman,
396:I entertain no doubts as to the truths of the tranfinites, which I recognized with God's help and which, in their diversity, I have studied for more than twenty years; every year, and almost every day brings me further in this science. ~ Georg Cantor,
397:Sometimes you're lucky and sometimes you're not. Any biography is chance, and, beginning at conception, chance—the tyranny of contingency—is everything. Chance is what I believed Mr. Cantor meant when he was decrying what he called God. ~ Philip Roth,
398:Toquei Bafo de Serpente de novo e me pareceu que ela teve um tremor. Algumas vezes eu achava que a espada cantava. Era um canto fino, apenas entreouvido, um som penetrante, a canção da espada que desejava sangue; a canção da espada. ~ Bernard Cornwell,
399:In every age it has been the tyrant, the oppressor and the exploiter who has wrapped himself in the cloak of patriotism, or religion, or both to deceive and overawe the People."

(Canton, OH, Anti-War Speech, June 16, 1918) ~ Eugene V Debs,
400:Bach spent the last twenty-seven years of his life as cantor at the Thomasschule in Leipzig. As the best musicians are not available, we must accept a man of moderate ability—had said a member of the Leipzig Municipal Council in hiring him. ~ David Markson,
401:João Gostoso era carregador de feira livre e morava no morro da Babilônia num barracão sem número
Uma noite ele chegou no bar Vinte de Novembro
Depois se atirou na lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas e morreu afogado. ~ Manuel Bandeira,
402:If you have only one passion in life - football - and you pursue it to the exclusion of everything else, it becomes very dangerous. When you stop doing this activity it is as though you are dying. The death of that activity is a death in itself. ~ Eric Cantona,
403:Switzerland is undeniably a modern country, but gender roles make occasional appearances. In some cantons women didn’t get the right to vote until the 1970s. Anna knew she’d been in Switzerland too long when this stopped appalling her. ~ Jill Alexander Essbaum,
404:We won the European Championship last September and now the world title. That is some year for French beach soccer! Now comes the hard part. We have to keep improving and that's difficult because it's tough to do better than winning a world title. ~ Eric Cantona,
405:El encanto irresistible de su belleza era tal, que yo quedé fascinado, mientras la música parecía cantar en mi oídos: Aspira su mirada como el vino, Mientras que su esplendor se funde Lánguido en medio del silencio, Como un acorde dentro de un acorde… ~ Anonymous,
406:My theory stands as firm as a rock; every arrow directed against it will return quickly to its archer. How do I know this? I have studied it…I have followed its roots, so to speak, to the first infallible cause of all created things. —GEORG CANTOR ~ Charles Seife,
407:I am fortunate enough to have worked on, and continue to work on, evolutionary movies in all formats from just simple good story telling, which still matters most of all, to CG movies to tent-pole size 3D movies, and genre 3D movies like 'Piranha 3D. ~ Mark Canton,
408:Longe dos outros, deixado num extremo, no canto mais escuro e esquerdo do telheiro, Sete-de-Ouros estava. Só e sério. Sem desperdício, sem desnorteio, cumpridor de obrigação, aproveitava para encher, mais um trecho, a infinda linguiça da vida. ~ Jo o Guimar es Rosa,
409:Stella oía el canto de los pájaros, la brisa, olía la hierba y la piel húmeda. Un heliotropo salió volando del tiesto que había regado. Sentía los músculos de Logan, como cuerdas tensas, sus hombros anchos, las ondas sorprendentemente suaves de su pelo. ~ Anonymous,
410:In the '70s, the gay movement was really making strides. Huge strides. And then AIDS came along and slapped a judgment on it all and the Right Wing religious movement was like, 'See. This is why, we told you.' And it pushed back the movement 30 years. ~ Mario Cantone,
411:I’ve not forgotten the song of those dark years, hambre del alma, the song of the starved soul. But neither have I forgotten the joyous canto hondo, the deep song, the words of which come back to us when we do the work of soulful reclamation. ~ Clarissa Pinkola Est s,
412:los romanos han perdido un eslabón vital con la Fuente. Ya no escuchan el canto de la creación. Sólo oyen sus propias voces, por lo que hacen dioses a su imagen y semejanza. O más bien son imágenes de ellos mismos perfeccionadas, tal como les gustaría ser. ~ Anonymous,
413:Come voi avete occhi per vedere la luce, e orecchie per sentire i suoni, così avete un cuore per percepire il tempo. E tutto il tempo che il cuore non percepisce è perduto, come i colori dell'arcobaleno per un cieco o il canto dell'usignolo per un sordo. ~ Michael Ende,
414:The fear of infinity is a form of myopia that destroys the possibility of seeing the actual infinite, even though it in its highest form has created and sustains us, and in its secondary transfinite forms occurs all around us and even inhabits our minds. ~ Georg Cantor,
415:...todos a los que cuidamos y amamos han de morir. ¿Y no es todo nuestro canto un lamento porque todo lo que es verde y bello ha de pasar, como las sombras sobre una llanura, sin dejar rastro? ¿Qué canción, por bella que sea, puede aliviar esta angustia? ~ Alison Croggon,
416:But truth is not the only merit that a metaphysic can possess. It may have beauty, and this is certainly to be found in Plotinus; there are passages that remind one of the later cantos of Dante's Para- diso, and of almost nothing else in literature. Now ~ Bertrand Russell,
417:Flatterers (canto XVIII) who made their way figuratively by ample applications of their tongues to the objects of their flattery are now immersed in human excrement, produced by the same posteriors they so obsequiously kissed to further their nefarious causes. ~ Anonymous,
418:Tentamos achar nas coisas, que por isso nos são preciosas, o reflexo que nossa alma projetou sobre elas, e desiludimo-nos ao verificar que as coisas parecem desprovidas, na natureza, do encanto que deviam, em nosso pensamento, à vizinhança de certas ideias. ~ Marcel Proust,
419:It is my hope that I can stand before you in two years and report back that our side, as well as the president's, found within us the ability to set differences aside, to provide relief to so many millions of Americans who simply want their life to work again. ~ Eric Cantor,
420:The potential infinite means nothing other than an undetermined, variable quantity, always remaining finite, which has to assume values that either become smaller than any finite limit no matter how small, or greater than any finite limit no matter how great. ~ Georg Cantor,
421:Di recente - aveva detto - ho dato al mio capo un ultimatum. O mi paga di più o me ne vado. - E com'è finita - aveva chiesto Musja. - Con un compromesso. Lui in definitiva lo stipendio non me l'ha aumentato e io, dal canto mio, ho deciso di non licenziarmi. ~ Sergei Dovlatov,
422:Often there are players who have only football as a way of expressing themselves and never develop other interests. And when they no longer play football, they no longer do anything; they no longer exist, or rather they have the sensation of no longer existing. ~ Eric Cantona,
423:This view [of the infinite], which I consider to be the sole correct one, is held by only a few. While possibly I am the very first in history to take this position so explicitly, with all of its logical consequences, I know for sure that I shall not be the last! ~ Georg Cantor,
424:tudo isso teve início no verão em que Oliver veio para nossa casa. Está gravado em cada música que foi sucesso naquele verão, em cada romance que li durante e após sua estadia, em tudo, do cheiro do alecrim em dias quentes ao canto frenético das cigarras à tarde — ~ Andr Aciman,
425:The bill then says if the Senate does not act, then H.R. 1 (the House-passed bill that cuts $61 billion) will be the law of the land. In addition to that, it says that if all else fails, and the Senate brings about a shutdown, then members should not get their pay. ~ Eric Cantor,
426:Every man who has an idol or admires someone can recognise its themes. It's not only a film about the relationship between fans and idols, it's also a love story, a story of a man who is depressed, who has problems in his relationship with his teenage step-children. ~ Eric Cantona,
427:Never lose sight of this maxim, that you should establish your cantonments at the most distant and best protected point from the enemy, especially where a surprise is possible. By this means you will have time to unite all your forces before he can attack you. ~ Napoleon Bonaparte,
428:The study of infinity is much more than a dry academic game. The intellectual pursuit of the absolute infinity is, as Georg Cantor realized, a form of the soul's quest for God. Whether or not the goal is ever reached, an awareness of the process brings enlightenment. ~ Rudy Rucker,
429:Lasciatemelo ripetere: non dovete affrontare alla leggera la pagina bianca.
Non vi chiedo di affrontarla con timore riverenziale o senza dubbi; non vi chiedo di essere politicamente corretti o accantonare il vostro senso dell'umorismo (pregate Iddio di averne uno) ~ Stephen King,
430:If ever there was one player, anywhere in the world, that was made for Manchester United, it was Cantona. He swaggered in, stuck his chest out, raised his head and surveyed everything as though he was asking: 'I'm Cantona. How big are you? Are you big enough for me?' ~ Alex Ferguson,
431:Mi accorgevo del corpo, del suo interno, accanto a lei: del battito del sangue a fior di polso, del rumore dell'aria nel naso, del traffico della macchina cuorepolmoni. Accanto al suo corpo esploravo il mio, calato nell'interno, sbatacchiato come il secchio nel pozzo. ~ Erri De Luca,
432:Whether it's people walking off 'The View' when Bill O'Reilly makes a statement about radical Islam or Juan Williams being fired for expressing his opinion, over-reaching political correctness is chipping away at the fundamental American freedoms of speech and expression. ~ Eric Cantor,
433:Whatever happens, there are always things you could have done better. You score two goals and you usually feel you could have done better. You score two goals and you usually feel you could have scored a third. That's perfectionism. That's what makes you progress in life. ~ Eric Cantona,
434:Sus pies son hermosos, sus ojos radiantes, sus brazos y sus pechos son el paraìso, su encanto supera todas las maravillas que jamàs hayan deslumbrado al hombre; y, del mismo modo que el imàn arrastra inevitablemente al metal, la mujer arrastra inevitablemente a los hombres. ~ Jack London,
435:I prefer it when the conductor follows me. It is more difficult to work with a conductor who does not listen - even if I understand that sometimes it makes sense when one person is ruling everything. But for bel canto, I have to have a conductor who listens and supports me. ~ Anna Netrebko,
436:Um coqueiro, vendo-me inquieto e adivinhando a causa, murmurou de cima de si que não era feio que os meninos de quinze anos andassem nos cantos com as meninas de quatorze; ao contrário, os adolescentes daquela idade não tinham outro ofício, nem os cantos outra utilidade. ~ Machado de Assis,
437:I am deeply grateful to the citizens of Sarajevo and the Sarajevo Canton assembly for bestowing upon me this incredible honor of citizenship. I am so proud to now be a part of such an extraordinary part of the world and fellow citizen to the people I deeply love and admire. ~ Angelina Jolie,
438:We believe that if you put in place the mechanisms that allow for personal choice as far as Medicare is concerned, as well as the programs in Medicaid, that we can actually get to a better result and do what most Americans are learning how to do, which is to do more with less. ~ Eric Cantor,
439:Linaje de sangre de dioses/ troyano hijo de Aquiles, es fácil la bajada al Averno; / las noches y los días permanece abierta la puerta de Dite; / pero hacer el camino de regreso y escapar a los aires de arriba, / eso cuesta trabajo, eso conlleva sufrimiento. Canto VI, versos 129-130 ~ Virgil,
440:Well, if Democratic members in the House elect Nancy Pelosi as their leader, it's almost as if they just didn't get the message from the voters this election. I mean, the voters outright rejected the agenda that she's been about. And here they're going to put her back in charge. ~ Eric Cantor,
441:Clearly, audiences are very accepting of A-list talent both giving them what they want - Tom Hanks is the most classic example - and then going on, from time to time, to do things that are unexpected. That's part of what makes people want to go to the movies and not just sit home. ~ Mark Canton,
442:Aunque el vulgo no admite cambios bruscos en los sentimientos, no es menos cierto que dos amantes se separan a menudo más rápidamente de lo que tardan en unirse. Iba incubándose en madame de Bargeton y en Lucien un desencanto sobre ellos mismos cuya causa no era otra que París. ~ Honor de Balzac,
443:I just am a believer...that there are some things that happen for a reason...We may not be able to really discern it now...[but] given the perspective of time, I think we're going to be able to look back at this, and what seemed really bad at the time may turn out to be really good. ~ Eric Cantor,
444:Los pájaros cantaban. El efecto era apacible siempre que no se supiera nada del canto de los pájaros, pero Polly reconocía las llamadas de alarma cercanas y las amenazas territoriales más lejos y, por todas partes, la obsesión por el sexo. Lo volvía todo un poco menos agradable. ~ Terry Pratchett,
445:When I was banned for nine months I had an opportunity to focus on something else and I needed to focus on something else. It's who I am. I admire Miles Davis and Chet Baker a lot and I like this instrument, so I tried and I learned and practised for two months. But I stopped after that. ~ Eric Cantona,
446:Sólo Dios sabe cuánto me cuesta mirar y remirar tantos encantos, sin atreverme a extender mis manos hacia ella. Apoderarse de lo que se ofrece a nuestra vista y nos embelesa, ¿no es un instinto propio de la humanidad? ¿No se esfuerza el niño por coger cuanto le gusta? Y yo..? ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
447:…the vast theme
Of those impassioned songs, when Cythna sate
Amid the calm which rapture doth create
After its tumult, her heart vibrating,
Her spirit o’er the Ocean’s floating state
From her deep eyes far wandering...

From "Revolt of Islam", Canto 2, Verse 29 ~ Percy Bysshe Shelley,
448:Tal vez los monjes que se concentran en sus cantos y meditaciones son un pouco autistas. He observado que hay una gran similitud entre ciertos rituales de oraciones y cantos y el balanceo de un niño autista. Creo que tiene que haber algo más en eso que simplemente colocarse con endorfinas. ~ Temple Grandin,
449:all flee from virtue as if it were a snake,
an enemy to all, whether some curse
is on the place or evil habits goad them on,

'and those who live in that unhappy valley
are so altered in their nature it is as though
Circe were grazing them at pasture."

Canto XV, 67-75 ~ Dante Alighieri,
450:Io so una cosa per certo: che un tempo oggettivo esiste, ma che esiste anche quello soggettivo, quello che si porta sull’interno polso, proprio accanto alle pulsazioni cardiache. E questo tempo personale, che è poi anche quello autentico, si misura in funzione del nostro rapporto con i ricordi. ~ Julian Barnes,
451:Em qualquer parte do mundo, não há muito a buscar: a miséria e a dor preenchem-no, e aqueles que lhes escaparam são espreitados em todos os cantos pelo tédio. Além do mais, via de regra, impera no mundo a malvadez, e a insensatez fala mais alto. O destino é cruel e os homens são deploráveis. ~ Arthur Schopenhauer,
452:me fascinan las cajetillas de cigarrillos al borde del camino, sobretodo cuando no están estrujadas, entonces se hinchan ligeramente, adquieren cierto aspecto de cadáveres, los cantos ya no están tan definidos y el celofán se empaña desde dentro, es vapor condensado en gotitas de agua por el frío. ~ Werner Herzog,
453:The Republicans have put together serious detailed counter-proposals when we have objected to this administration's agenda. And so, I want to tell the President and remind him again, we're not voting no for political expediency. We've got our principles, and we're going to stand up and defend those. ~ Eric Cantor,
454:a real danger by giving it an absurd name, the designations were often facetious: the Godel Gremlin, the Mandelbrot Maze, the Combinatorial Catastrophe, the Transfinite Trap, the Conway Conundrum, the Turing Torpedo, the Lorenz Labyrinth, the Boolean Bomb, the Shannon Snare, the Cantor Cataclysm… ~ Arthur C Clarke,
455:A un certo punto una di quelle porte si aprì. Io per un attimo ebbi l'assoluta certezza che lei sarebbe uscita da lì, e mi sarebbe passata accanto, senza dire una parola. L'uomo scosse leggermente il capo.
- Però non accadde nulla, perché alla vita manca sempre qualcosa per essere perfetta. ~ Alessandro Baricco,
456:D'altro canto, c'era sempre la morale che bisogna continuare a fare quanto si può, giorno per giorno; nella politica come in tutto il resto della vita, per chi non è un balordo, contano quei due principî lì: non farsi mai troppe illusioni e non smettere di credere che ogni cosa che fai potrà servire. ~ Italo Calvino,
457:My father always seems to think greatness and money are the same thing, but you know what I think greatness is?"

"What?" I ask.

"Being brave, like Miss Korzynski. Doing something that no one else has dared to do before you. Finding something that terrifies you and then doing it anyway. ~ Jillian Cantor,
458:You know, there are people making a lot of money in this country who can actually afford their own health care. We are in a situation where we got a safety net in place in this country for people who frankly don't need one. We got to focus on making sure we got a safety net for those who actually need it. ~ Eric Cantor,
459:Eficientes, localizavam-se na calçada, canto de muro, caixa de correio, lata de lixo, num objeto aparentemente abandonado. Uma
rede conduzia os gases hilariante, lacrimogêneo, diarréico, espirrador, tossidor, vomitador, cegante, lancinante, escorregadio,
disparador, diurético e fungador. ~ Ign cio de Loyola Brand o,
460:India and its peoples; not the British India of cantonments and Clubs, or the artificial world of hill stations and horse shows, but that other India: that mixture of glamour and tawdriness, viciousness and nobility. A land full of gods and gold and famine. Ugly as a rotting corpse and beautiful beyond belief … ~ M M Kaye,
461:conciencia cualquier relación de aquel objeto puramente intuido con nuestra voluntad, con nuestra persona, el encanto desaparece: volvemos a caer en el conocimiento regido por el principio de razón, ya no conocemos la idea sino la cosa individual, el miembro de una cadena a la que también nosotros pertenecemos, ~ Anonymous,
462:Il mare è tutto. Copre i sette decimi del globo terrestre. Il suo respiro è puro e sano. È l'immenso deserto dove l'uomo non è mai solo, poiché sente fremere la vita accanto a sé. Il mare non è altro che il veicolo di un'esistenza soprannaturale e prodigiosa; non è che movimento e amore, è l'infinito vivente... ~ Jules Verne,
463:¡Oh encanto de la gorda pierna de robustez elefantina que en grasa se desborda! ¡Oh majestad divina del muslo rebozado en gelatina! ... Vivan las adiposas adoratrices del esfuerzo nulo, que dejan las odiosas fatigas para el mulo y comen todo lo que agranda el culo. —del Himno a la celulitis, de Enrique Serna ~ Isabel Allende,
464:Mia moglie ha l'abitudine di raccontarmi i suoi sogni quando si sveglia. Io le porto il caffè e un bicchiere di succo di frutta e mi siedo accanto al letto mentre lei si sveglia e si scosta i capelli dalla faccia. Ha la solita espressione di quando ci si sveglia, ma anche lo sguardo di chi torna da qualche parte. ~ Raymond Carver,
465:Cielos. El cielo en la tierra. Amaba esa sonrisa. Me refiero a que, por el momento lo odiaba pero su risa era… algo diferente. Hacía que quisiera
caer presa de sus encantos, pero lo sabía mejor. No lo hacía lindo. Sólo…se lo hacía a las chicas, lo que aparentemente funcionaba bien para él.

•capítulo 22 ~ Rachel Van Dyken,
466:¡Cuán interesante para contemplativos solitarios que gustan de embriagarse a placer con los encantos de la naturaleza, y de recogerse en un silencio que ningún otro ruido turba más que el chillido de las águilas, el gorjeo entrecortado de algunos pájaros y el estrépito de los torrentes que caen de la montaña! ~ Jean Jacques Rousseau,
467:En cuanto a mí, yo cantaré de tu poder;        cada mañana cantaré con alegría acerca de tu amor inagotable.   Pues tú has sido mi refugio,        un lugar seguro cuando estoy angustiado. 17 Oh Fortaleza mía, a ti canto alabanzas,        porque tú, oh Dios, eres mi refugio,        el Dios que me demuestra amor inagotable. ~ Anonymous,
468:Before the work of Georg Cantor in the nineteenth century, the study of the infinite was as much theology as science; now, we understand Cantor’s theory of multiple infinities, each one infinitely larger than the last, well enough to teach it to first-year math majors. (To be fair, it does kind of blow their minds.) ~ Jordan Ellenberg,
469:L'egoismo generato dal sistema induce i leaders ad apprezzare di più il successo personale che non la responsabilità sociale. [...] D'altro canto, il vasto pubblico è anch'esso a tal punto egoisticamente occupato da interessi privati, da prestare scarsa attenzione a tutto ciò che trascende l'ambito strettamente personale ~ Erich Fromm,
470:Siempre había creído que había que ser importante para tener enemigos. Por ejemplo: históricamente, Alemania ha tenido más enemigos que Luxemburgo. Margo Roth Spiegelman era Alemania. Y Gran Bretaña. Y Estados Unidos. Y la Rusia de los zares. Yo soy Luxemburgo. Me siento por ahí, vigilo las ovejas y canto canciones tirolesas ~ John Green,
471:We see through a glass, darkly.” The verse surprised him. He hadn’t picked up a Bible in a year, yet he knew the phrase came from the New Testament. He knew it went on to say that one day everything would be clear. One day believers would know without a shadow of a doubt, and one day they would be in the presence of God. ~ Janice Cantore,
472:A good place to start is with the kids ... One of the great founding principles of our country was that children would not be punished for the mistakes of their parents. It is time to provide an opportunity for legal residence and citizenship for those who were brought to this country as children and who know no other home. ~ Eric Cantor,
473:He brought down Michael Chabon’s The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay and Jay Cantor’s Krazy Kat, then grabbed an omnibus volume of Dick. “And this is the book that inspired the film we saw tonight.” Tess stifled a laugh, but not the surge of affection behind it. Where some might have seen an almost woeful ignorance ~ Laura Lippman,
474:If you're from New York and you're Catholic, you're still Jewish. If you're from Butte Montana and you're Jewish, you're still goyisch. The Air Force is Jewish, the Marine Corps dangerous goyisch. Rye Bread is Jewish, instant potatoes, scary goyisch. Eddie Cantor is goyisch, George Jessel is goyisch-Coleman Hawkins is Jewish. ~ Lenny Bruce,
475:Now the proposal is yet again another $150 billion before we start to think about a freeze. But $150 billion spent on more government programs; monies being created to direct and what kind of jobs that Washington thinks ought to be created. Come on. I mean there is a government that can help, and the government can also hurt. ~ Eric Cantor,
476:Quando si viene a sapere, o la si vede di persona, della morte di uno di quelli che facevano la guerra accanto a te e che vivevano esattamente alla tua stessa maniera, prima ancora di capire provi un colpo al cuore. È come se d’un tratto venissi a sapere che tu stesso sei stato annientato. Il dolore arriva solo dopo un po’. ~ Henri Barbusse,
477:« Sono sempre qua.» Bel cercò di respirare in maniera regolare. «Bene. Perché anch’io sono qua.» «Vuoi stare con me?» «Sì.» Qualsiasi cosa significasse. Stare lì in quel momento o per sempre, stare con lui o solamente dalla sua parte. Bel preferiva trovarsi lì che in qualsiasi altro posto. Si sdraiò sul letto, accanto a Daniel. ~ Lisa Henry,
478:I shall plan my cousin's escape from that Canton mad-house, and together we shall go to marvel-shadowed Innsmouth. We shall swim out to that brooding reef in the sea and dive down through black abysses to Cyclopean and many-columned Y'ha-nthlei, and in that lair of the Deep Ones we shall dwell amidst wonder and glory for ever. ~ H P Lovecraft,
479:My parents are European immigrants. And I think as Europeans there are so many languages in close proximity that it's part of the culture to try to learn at least one other language. So my parents really encourage it in the house. Chinese would be really great to learn - like Mandarin or Cantonese. Portuguese would be incredible. ~ Stana Katic,
480:In Cantonese, two was a good number because it made a pair. Three was also good because it was a homophone for sang, or life. Four, of course, was bad because it sounded like death. Five was good again because it made a complete set, not just of the Confucian Virtues, but also for the elements of wood, fire, water, metal, and earth. ~ Yangsze Choo,
481:Mama Juanita. I remember her sitting at the kitchen table when she thought everyone was asleep. She had a cigarillo in one hand and her fountain pen in the other. Usually, a bruja writes their initials after an entry in the Book of Cantos. The map of Los Lagos, and the notes scrawled on the back, are unfinished, anonymous. “Wait, ~ Zoraida C rdova,
482:The American people elected us here to cut spending so we can create an environment for jobs in America. The House has acted. We have demonstrated that we want to see spending, discretionary spending, brought down to levels of 2008. We've seen no counteraction. We have seen no position that has been expressed by the other side at all. ~ Eric Cantor,
483:But, as we've seen over the last several months, the people in this country are very dissatisfied with the direction that this administration is taking this country. And what we heard last night was absolutely the ignoring of that fact. It was: We're going to continue with this agenda. In fact, we're going to double down on healthcare. ~ Eric Cantor,
484:In qualche luogo, non lontano, cantava una donna. Dove e da che parte, era difficile capire. Il canto sommesso, lento, malinconico, simile a un pianto e percepibile appena, si faceva udire ora a destra ora a sinistra, ora dall’alto, ora sembrava sottoterra, come se dovunque nella steppa si librasse uno spirito invisibile, e cantasse. ~ Anton Chekhov,
485:Amontillado. Broiled Shad à la Maréchel. Cucumbers. Potatoes à la Duchesse. Filet Mignon à la Rossini. Chateau Lafite and Rinnart Brut. Fonds d’Artichaut Farcis. Pommery Sec. Sorbet au Kirsch. Cigarettes. Woodcock on Toast. Asparagus Sala. Ices: Canton Ginger. Cheeses: Pont l’Eveque; Rocquefort. Coffee. Liquers. Madeira, 1815. Cigars. Gage ~ Erik Larson,
486:Fazal Elahi continuou a dobrar a roupa, fechou a amá-la, observou todos os cantos do quarto para ter a certeza que não se esquecia de nada. Viu debaixo da cama, debaixo do roupeiro, na casa de banho, não ficaria nada para trás, nem pensar, já bem basta tudo aquilo que perdemos, que nos é retirado sem que possamos fazer algo para o impedir. ~ Afonso Cruz,
487:las más bellas del mundo entero que él encontraba sentadas con una decencia de maestras de canto en la penumbra de la oficina, se desnudaban como artistas, se acostaban en el diván de peluche con las tiras del traje de baño impresas en negativo de fotografía sobre el pellejo tibio de melaza de oro, olían a dentífricos de mentol, ~ Gabriel Garc a M rquez,
488:E o canto daquela guitarra estrangeira era um lamento choroso e dolorido, eram vozes magoadas, mais tristes do que uma oração em alto-mar, quando a tempestade agita as negras asas homicidas, e as gaivotas doidejam assanhadas, cortando a treva com os seus gemidos pressagos, tontas como se estivessem fechadas dentro de uma abóbada de chumbo. ~ Alu sio Azevedo,
489:Non vorrei essere nella tua pelle se uno di questi giorni ti colgono in flagrante, Nella mia pelle non ci potresti essere, tu sei solo un soffitto di stucco, Si, ma anche quello che vedi di me è una pelle, e d'altro canto la pelle è tutto quanto vogliamo che gli altri vedano di noi, sotto la pelle neanche noi stessi riusciamo a sapere chi siamo. ~ Jos Saramago,
490:The real irony is that the view of infinity as some forbidden zone or road to insanity - which view was very old and powerful and haunted math for 2000+ years - is precisely what Cantor's own work overturned. Saying that infinity drove Cantor mad is sort of like mourning St. George's loss to the dragon: it's not only wrong but insulting. ~ David Foster Wallace,
491:Incluso en relación con la conducta, con el encanto personal en el trato, el concepto tiene la mera utilidad negativa de contener los burdos estallidos del egoísmo y la bestialidad, siendo la cortesía su laudable obra; pero la parte atractiva, graciosa y simpática de la conducta, el elemento afectuoso y amistoso, no puede haber surgido del concepto; ~ Anonymous,
492:Relatively new to the faith, she stumbled around at first. But after a bit, she settled down to read her favorite psalms. The verses she often referred to were Psalm 27:14, 52:8-9, and 91:2. She read all three passages, then focused on the verse from Psalm 91: I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress; My God, in Him I will trust. ~ Janice Cantore,
493:Salió la paloma temprano una tibia mañana; vio al cisne blanco, «gail, gail», allá en la orilla, «gail, gail», con un canto fúnebre de muerte, «gail, gail». Un cisne blanco, herido, herido, un cisne blanco, magullado, magullado, el cisne blanco de las dos visiones, «gail, gail», el cisne blanco de los dos presagios, «gail, gail», la vida y la muerte, ~ Anonymous,
494:Mentre scrivo queste righe a Sydney, una splendida coppia di pappagalli verdi con il petto arancione è accovacciata sul tetto dell'edificio accanto e sta nutrendo il proprio cucciolo.
Se gli uccelli possono provare un simile sentimento e non abbandonare mai le loro creature, com'è possibile che degli esseri umani rinuncino ripetutamente ai loro figli? ~ Xinran,
495:Não poderia deixar de adorar aquele homem sem ilusões: adorar a franqueza, o escrúpulo, a severidade, o isolamento; admirar a implacável repressão do ego infantil, a insaciável busca de aperfeiçoamento; admirar a teimosia artística e a desconfiança quanto a tudo mais; admirar o encanto oculto, do qual ele acabava de me proporcionar uma rápida visão. ~ Philip Roth,
496:Ambos eran conscientes de tener tan pocas cosas en común que nunca se sentían más solos que cuando estaban juntos, pero ninguno de los dos se atrevía a lastimar los encantos de la costumbre. Necesitaron de una conmoción nacional para darse cuenta, ambos al mismo tiempo, de cuánto se habían odiado, y con cuánta ternura, durante tantos años. ~ Gabriel Garc a M rquez,
497:- Ti amava - protestai.
Lei mi fissò. Pensavo che stesse per esplodere, ma si limitò a sorridere e a scuotere la testa. - Mi venerava, Derfel - disse in tono stanco - e non è la stessa cosa che essere amata.
Si lasciò cadere su uno sgabello, accanto alla cassapanca di legno. - Essere venerata, Derfel, è una cosa che stanca, a lungo andare. ~ Bernard Cornwell,
498:En el canto, como en el beso, no parece existir la mentira perfecta, puesto que ambas actividades exigen renunciar a la comodidad de la certeza para saltar a un precipicio que en el fondo tal vez ni fondo tenga. Cantar y besar son, cuando se hacen al mando de la pasión, quehaceres que nos exponen a que una legión de acomplejados se ría de nosotros. ~ Xavier Velasco,
499:E se di notte non riuscirò a stare bene senza avere lui accanto a me? Allora?
Pensare al dolore prima del dolore.
Sapevo cosa stavo facendo. Perfino nel sonno, sapevo cosa stavo facendo. Cerchi di renderti immune, ecco cosa stai facendo – in questo modo finirai per uccidere tutto – sei scaltro, astuto, ecco cosa sei, scaltro, senza cuore, astuto. ~ Andr Aciman,
500:Inside, a mother superior, ethereal, delicate, who took me under her wing. She caressed me with her slender, soft hands, she sat next to me as if I were a friend. One day she disappeared. In her place arrived a buxom Swiss from Canton Uri. It's common knowledge that a new leader will hate the predecessors' favourites. A boarding school is like a harem. ~ Fleur Jaeggy,

--- IN CHAPTERS (in Dictionaries, in Quotes, in Chapters)


   1 Occultism

   23 Sri Aurobindo
   3 The Mother
   2 Jorge Luis Borges

   48 Savitri
   3 The Mothers Agenda
   2 Talks With Sri Aurobindo

01.01_-_The_Symbol_Dawn, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  This was the day when Satyavan must die.
  \t:End of Book I - canto I

01.02_-_The_Issue, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
    And burst the bounds of consciousness and Time.
    End of Book I - canto II

01.03_-_The_Yoga_of_the_King_The_Yoga_of_the_Souls_Release, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Lonely his days and splendid like the sun's.
  \t:End of Book I - canto III

01.04_-_The_Secret_Knowledge, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  That Godhead's seed might flower in mindless Space.
  \tEnd of Book I - canto IV

01.05_-_The_Yoga_of_the_King_The_Yoga_of_the_Spirits_Freedom_and_Greatness, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
    He broke into another Space and Time.
    End of canto V - End of Book I

02.01_-_The_World-Stair, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
    On the bare summit of created things.
  END OF canto ONE

02.02_-_The_Kingdom_of_Subtle_Matter, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  His destiny lay beyond in larger Space.
  END OF canto TWO

02.03_-_The_Glory_and_the_Fall_of_Life, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Such was the evil mystery of her change.
  END OF canto THREE

02.04_-_The_Kingdoms_of_the_Little_Life, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Around all floated still the nescient haze.
  END OF canto FOUR

02.05_-_The_Godheads_of_the_Little_Life, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  His only sunlight was his spirit's flame.
  END OF canto FIVE

02.06_-_The_Kingdoms_and_Godheads_of_the_Greater_Life, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Or indifferent the Eternal watches Time.
  END OF canto SIX

02.07_-_The_Descent_into_Night, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
    He met with his bare spirit naked Hell.
    END OF canto SEVEN

02.08_-_The_World_of_Falsehood,_the_Mother_of_Evil_and_the_Sons_of_Darkness, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Matter and spirit mingled and were one.
  END OF canto EIGHT

02.09_-_The_Paradise_of_the_Life-Gods, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Immortality captured Time and carried Life.
  END OF canto NINE

02.10_-_The_Kingdoms_and_Godheads_of_the_Little_Mind, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Luminous in a remote and empty air.
  END OF canto TEN

02.11_-_The_Kingdoms_and_Godheads_of_the_Greater_Mind, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  But she remains herself and infinite.

02.12_-_The_Heavens_of_the_Ideal, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  On the wide spirit height where all are one.

02.13_-_In_the_Self_of_Mind, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  To be was a prison, extinction the escape.

02.14_-_The_World-Soul, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  He fell down at her feet unconscious, prone.

02.15_-_The_Kingdoms_of_the_Greater_Knowledge, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  His will took up the reins of cosmic Force.

03.01_-_The_Pursuit_of_the_Unknowable, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto One
  Infinite, eternal, unthinkable, alone.
  END OF canto ONE

03.02_-_The_Adoration_of_the_Divine_Mother, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Two
  His soul was freed and given to her alone.
  END OF canto TWO

03.03_-_The_House_of_the_Spirit_and_the_New_Creation, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Three
  That comes through the still self from the Supreme.
  END OF canto THREE

03.04_-_The_Vision_and_the_Boon, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Four
  In the scant field of the ambiguous globe.

04.01_-_The_Birth_and_Childhood_of_the_Flame, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   End of Book IV - canto I

04.02_-_The_Growth_of_the_Flame, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   End of Book IV - canto II

04.03_-_The_Call_to_the_Quest, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   End of Book IV - canto III

04.04_-_The_Quest, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   End of canto IV - Book IV

05.01_-_The_Destined_Meeting-Place, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto One
  END OF canto ONE

05.02_-_Satyavan, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Two
  END OF canto TWO

05.03_-_Satyavan_and_Savitri, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Three
  END OF canto THREE

06.01_-_The_Word_of_Fate, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto One
  END OF canto ONE

06.02_-_The_Way_of_Fate_and_the_Problem_of_Pain, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Two
  END OF canto TWO

07.01_-_The_Joy_of_Union;_the_Ordeal_of_the_Foreknowledge, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto One
  END OF canto ONE

07.02_-_The_Parable_of_the_Search_for_the_Soul, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Two
  END OF canto TWO

07.03_-_The_Entry_into_the_Inner_Countries, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Three
  END OF canto THREE

07.04_-_The_Triple_Soul-Forces, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Four
  There shall be light and peace in all the worlds."
  END OF canto FOUR

07.05_-_The_Finding_of_the_Soul, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Five
  END OF canto FIVE

07.06_-_Nirvana_and_the_Discovery_of_the_All-Negating_Absolute, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Six
  END OF canto SIX

07.07_-_The_Discovery_of_the_Cosmic_Spirit_and_the_Cosmic_Consciousness, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Seven
  END OF canto SEVEN

08.03_-_Death_in_the_Forest, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Three1
  The Book of Death was taken from canto Three of an early version of Savitri which had only six cantos and an epilogue. It was slightly revised at a late stage and a number of new lines were added, but it was never fully worked into the final version of the poem. Its original designation, "canto Three", has been retained as a reminder of this.

09.01_-_Towards_the_Black_Void, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto One
  END OF canto ONE

09.02_-_The_Journey_in_Eternal_Night_and_the_Voice_of_the_Darkness, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Two
  END OF canto TWO

10.01_-_The_Dream_Twilight_of_the_Ideal, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto One
  END OF canto ONE

10.02_-_The_Gospel_of_Death_and_Vanity_of_the_Ideal, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Two
  There into the hush from which thou cam'st retire."
  END OF canto TWO

10.03_-_The_Debate_of_Love_and_Death, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Three
  END OF canto THREE

10.04_-_The_Dream_Twilight_of_the_Earthly_Real, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto Four
  END OF canto FOUR

1.02_-_The_Pit, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  The apologia for this system (if such be needed) is, as has already been stated, that our purest conceptions are symbolized in mathematics. Bertrand Russell, cantor, Poincare, Einstein, and others have been hard at work to replace the Victorian empiricism by an intelligible coherent interpretation of the universe by means of mathematical ideas and symbols.

1.06_-_The_Greatness_of_the_Individual, #Essays In Philosophy And Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  When Arjuna wished to cast aside his bow and quiver, when he said, "This is a sin we do and a great destruction of men and brothers, I will forbear," Sri Krishna after convincing his intellect of error, proceeded by that marvellous vision described in the eleventh canto of the Gita to stamp the truth of things upon his imagination. Thus run the mighty stanzas:

11.01_-_The_Eternal_Day_The_Souls_Choice_and_the_Supreme_Consummation, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  canto One
  END OF canto ONE

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