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pronoun: A linguistic term for a word which substitutes for a noun such as "you", "she", "it".

pronounceable ::: a. --> Capable of being pronounced.

pronounced by Moses on Pharaoh Necho, causing

pronounced “God will dry up the sea and the

pronounced ::: imp. & p. p. --> of Pronounce ::: a. --> Strongly marked; unequivocal; decided. [A Gallicism]

pronouncement ::: n. --> The act of pronouncing; a declaration; a formal announcement.

pronouncer ::: n. --> One who pronounces, utters, or declares; also, a pronouncing book.

pronounce ::: v. t. --> To utter articulately; to speak out or distinctly; to utter, as words or syllables; to speak with the proper sound and accent as, adults rarely learn to pronounce a foreign language correctly.
To utter officially or solemnly; to deliver, as a decree or sentence; as, to pronounce sentence of death.
To speak or utter rhetorically; to deliver; to recite; as, to pronounce an oration.
To declare or affirm; as, he pronounced the book to

pronouncing ::: a. --> Pertaining to, or indicating, pronunciation; as, a pronouncing dictionary.

pronounging ::: p. pr. & vb. n. --> of Pronounce

pronoun ::: n. --> A word used instead of a noun or name, to avoid the repetition of it. The personal pronouns in English are I, thou or you, he, she, it, we, ye, and they.

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   2 The Mother
   2 Sri Ramakrishna
   1 Wikipedia
   1 Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
   1 Robert Anton Wilson
   1 Richard P Feynman
   1 Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov
   1 Ken Wilber
   1 Jorge Luis Borges
   1 Bertrand Russell


   8 Anonymous
   7 Ralph Waldo Emerson
   6 William Shakespeare
   5 Terry Pratchett
   5 Mark Twain
   5 Daniel Kahneman
   5 Charlotte Bront
   4 Henry James
   4 Friedrich Nietzsche
   3 Stephen King
   3 Simone Weil
   3 Seanan McGuire
   3 Rumi
   3 Mira Grant
   3 Kelley Armstrong
   3 Herbert Hoover
   3 Henry David Thoreau
   3 George Santayana
   3 Bill Bryson
   3 Aeschylus

1:Utter SILENCE must be observed in the room. Whoever pronounces a word in the presence of Sri Aurobindo will have to leave the place immediately.
   ~ The Mother, Words Of The Mother I,
2:The day I acquired the habit of consciously pronouncing the words thank you, I felt I had gained possession of a magic wand capable of transforming everything. ~ Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov,
3:Ordinary men pronounce a sackful of discourses on religion, but do not put a grain into practice, while the sage speaks little, but his whole life is religion put in to action ~ Sri Ramakrishna,
4:I do not suffer any experience, pleasant or unpleasant; it is only a 'you' or a 'me' who suffers an experience. This is a very important pronouncement and you should ponder over it deeply. ~ Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj,
5:"Elohim," the name for the creative power in Genesis, is a female plural, a fact that generations of learned rabbis and Christian theologians have all explained as merely grammatical convention. The King James and most other Bibles translate it as "God," but if you take the grammar literally, it seems to mean "goddesses." Al Shaddai, god of battles, appears later, and YHWH, mispronounced Jehovah, later still. ~ Robert Anton Wilson,
6:Whoever has seen the universe, whoever has beheld the fiery designs of the universe, cannot think in terms of one man, of that man's trivial fortunes or misfortunes, though he be that very man. That man has been he and now matters no more to him. What is the life of that other to him, the nation of that other to him, if he, now, is no one? This is why I do not pronounce the formula, why, lying here in the darkness, I let the days obliterate me.~ Jorge Luis Borges, Labyrinths, Selected Stories and Other Writings,
7:No government has the right to decide on the truth of scientific principles, nor to prescribe in any way the character of the questions investigated. Neither may a government determine the aesthetic value of artistic creations, nor limit the forms of literacy or artistic expression. Nor should it pronounce on the validity of economic, historic, religious, or philosophical doctrines. Instead it has a duty to its citizens to maintain the freedom, to let those citizens contribute to the further adventure and the development of the human race. ~ Richard P Feynman,
8:John von Neumann (/vɒn ˈnɔɪmən/; Hungarian: Neumann Janos Lajos, pronounced [ˈnɒjmɒn ˈjaːnoʃ ˈlɒjoʃ]; December 28, 1903 - February 8, 1957) was a Hungarian-American mathematician, physicist, inventor, computer scientist, and polymath. He made major contributions to a number of fields, including mathematics (foundations of mathematics, functional analysis, ergodic theory, geometry, topology, and numerical analysis), physics (quantum mechanics, hydrodynamics, and quantum statistical mechanics), economics (game theory), computing (Von Neumann architecture, linear programming, self-replicating machines, stochastic computing), and statistics.
   ~ Wikipedia,
9:Likewise, looking deep within the mind, in the very most interior part of the self, when the mind becomes very, very quiet, and one listens very carefully, in that infinite silence, the soul begins to whisper, and its feather-soft voice takes one far beyond what the mind could ever imagine, beyond anything rationality could possibly tolerate, beyond anything logic can endure. In its gentle whisperings, there are the faintest hints of infinite love, glimmers of a life that time forgot, flashes of a bliss that must not be mentioned, an infinite intersection where the mysteries of eternity breathe life into mortal time, where suffering and pain have forgotten how to pronounce their own names, this secret quiet intersection of time and the very timeless, an intersection called the soul. ~ Ken Wilber, Integral Psychology, p. 106.,
10:I have been accused of a habit of changing my opinions. I am not myself in any degree ashamed of having changed my opinions. What physicist who was already active in 1900 would dream of boasting that his opinions had not changed during the last half century? In science men change their opinions when new knowledge becomes available; but philosophy in the minds of many is assimilated rather to theology than to science. The kind of philosophy that I value and have endeavoured to pursue is scientific, in the sense that there is some definite knowledge to be obtained and that new discoveries can make the admission of former error inevitable to any candid mind. For what I have said, whether early or late, I do not claim the kind of truth which theologians claim for their creeds. I claim only, at best, that the opinion expressed was a sensible one to hold at the time when it was expressed. I should be much surprised if subsequent research did not show that it needed to be modified. I hope, therefore, that whoever uses this dictionary will not suppose the remarks which it quotes to be intended as pontifical pronouncements, but only as the best I could do at the time towards the promotion of clear and accurate thinking. Clarity, above all, has been my aim.
   ~ Bertrand Russell,
11:Sweet Mother, there's a flower you have named "The Creative Word".


What does that mean?

It is the word which creates.

There are all kinds of old traditions, old Hindu traditions, old Chaldean traditions in which the Divine, in the form of the Creator, that is, in His aspect as Creator, pronounces a word which has the power to create. So it is this... And it is the origin of the mantra. The mantra is the spoken word which has a creative power. An invocation is made and there is an answer to the invocation; or one makes a prayer and the prayer is granted. This is the Word, the Word which, in its sound... it is not only the idea, it is in the sound that there's a power of creation. It is the origin, you see, of the mantra.

In Indian mythology the creator God is Brahma, and I think that it was precisely his power which has been symbolised by this flower, "The Creative Word". And when one is in contact with it, the words spoken have a power of evocation or creation or formation or transformation; the words... sound always has a power; it has much more power than men think. It may be a good power and it may be a bad power. It creates vibrations which have an undeniable effect. It is not so much the idea as the sound; the idea too has its own power, but in its own domain - whereas the sound has a power in the material world.

I think I have explained this to you once; I told you, for example, that words spoken casually, usually without any re- flection and without attaching any importance to them, can be used to do something very good. I think I spoke to you about "Bonjour", "Good Day", didn't I? When people meet and say "Bonjour", they do so mechanically and without thinking. But if you put a will into it, an aspiration to indeed wish someone a good day, well, there is a way of saying "Good Day" which is very effective, much more effective than if simply meeting someone you thought: "Ah! I hope he has a good day", without saying anything. If with this hope in your thought you say to him in a certain way, "Good Day", you make it more concrete and more effective.

It's the same thing, by the way, with curses, or when one gets angry and says bad things to people. This can do them as much harm - more harm sometimes - than if you were to give them a slap. With very sensitive people it can put their stomach out of order or give them palpitation, because you put into it an evil force which has a power of destruction.

It is not at all ineffective to speak. Naturally it depends a great deal on each one's inner power. People who have no strength and no consciousness can't do very much - unless they employ material means. But to the extent that you are strong, especially when you have a powerful vital, you must have a great control on what you say, otherwise you can do much harm. Without wanting to, without knowing it; through ignorance.

Anything? No? Nothing?

Another question?... Everything's over? ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1955, 347-349,
12:Lila (pronounced Leela) is the play of creation. To awakened consciousness, the entire universe. With all its joys and sorrows, pleasures and pains, appears as a divine game, sport, or drama. It is a play in which the one Consciousness performs all the roles. Alluding to this lila of the Divine Mother the physical universe is a “mansion of mirth.” ~ Sri Ramakrishna, in Selections from The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna (2005), p. 130

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2:IOI (pronounced eye-oh-eye) ~ Ernest Cline
3:Way to pronoun," Saunders says. ~ Mary Robison
4:Pretty as a pineapple,” pronounced ~ Gail Carriger
5:Pronouns are the enemy of improv. ~ Craig Cackowski
6:Vanderbilt,” Kenton pronounces, ~ Aurora Rose Reynolds
7:No - simple to pronounce, hard to say. ~ Melody Beattie
8:and a pronounced chin and deep-set gray ~ Kristin Hannah
9:Words are memes that can be pronounced. ~ Daniel Dennett
10:Words are memes that can be pronounced. ~ Daniel C Dennett
11:One must never fail to pronounce moral judgment. ~ Ayn Rand
12:Did he have Ruscha so he could pronounce “Ruscha”? ~ Amy Sohn
13:I pronounced them with such frantic energy. ~ Charlotte Bront
14:What is not pronounced tends to nonexistence. ~ Czes aw Mi osz
15:It's unexpectedly painful to have become a pronoun. ~ Robin Black
16:The heart of religion lies in its personal pronouns. ~ Martin Luther
17:His use of the plural pronoun made me very suspicious. ~ Matthew Quick
18:SQL is correctly pronounced “ess-cue-ell,” not “see-quell. ~ Anonymous
19:Write with the learned, pronounce with the vulgar. ~ Benjamin Franklin
20:Marriage: A word which should be pronounced "mirage". ~ Herbert Spencer
21:Life is a foreign language; all men mispronounce it ~ Christopher Morley
22:Nobody pronounces capital letters like an Aeslin mouse. ~ Seanan McGuire
23:I didn't want it to be a book that made pronouncements. ~ Penelope Lively
24:In contrast to my husband, I can pronounce the word nuclear. ~ Laura Bush
25:Life is a foreign language; all men mispronounce it. ~ Christopher Morley
26:She's a person; the doctor pronounces her dead, not the news. ~ Aaron Sorkin
27:I don't even correct people when they mispronounce my name now. ~ Ann Beattie
28:If you can't pronounce a word correctly, just don't use it. ~ Amanda Seyfried
29:The pronoun is one of the most terrifying masks man has invented. ~ John Fowles
30:uncultured youths who make random pronouncements on everything ~ Elena Ferrante
31:Octokongs,” I pronounced grimly. “Why did it have to be octokongs? ~ Jim Butcher
32:Pronounce your limitations vigorously enough and they're yours. ~ Robert Anthony
33:I refuse to pronounce the names of possession and nonpossession. ~ Monique Wittig
34:Socrates... Whom well inspir'd the oracle pronounc'd Wisest of men. ~ John Milton
35:The Swendish queen— whose name I couldn’t pronounce to save my life. ~ Kiera Cass
36:Everyone has a right to pronounce foreign names as he chooses. ~ Winston Churchill
37:he—I do wish somebody would think up a new collective pronoun— ~ Charlotte MacLeod
38:To denounce moralizing out of hand is to pronounce a moral judgment. ~ H L Mencken
39:I pronounce us man and something-or-other. We’re married, big boy. ~ Gordon Merrick
40:My body is a dead language and you pronounce each word perfectly. ~ Sierra DeMulder
41:WYTIWYG” (pronounced “witty-wig”): What You Test Is What You Get. ~ Kelly Gallagher
42:Mira Grant is actually my pseudonym. And Seanan is pronounced SHAWN-in. ~ Mira Grant
43:Why is S-A-S pronounced S-A-W? It should be Ar-Kansas. Did Kansas object? ~ J D Robb
44:I couldn't pronounce Arnold Schwarzenegger, so I called him Balloon Belly. ~ Joe Gold
45:I did have a feminist side to me, just not in such a pronounced way. ~ Park Chan wook
46:Gaia visited her daughter Mnemosyne, who was busy being unpronounceable. ~ Stephen Fry
47:I liked my name pronounced by your lips in a grateful, happy accent. ~ Charlotte Bront
48:the resulting disarray was particularly pronounced in the medical school. ~ Ay e Kulin
49:We must pronounce him fortunate who has ended his life in fair prosperity. ~ Aeschylus
50:Habit-forming products alleviate users' pain by relieving a pronounced itch. ~ Nir Eyal
51:Habit-forming products alleviate users’ pain by relieving a pronounced itch. ~ Nir Eyal
52:I liked my name pronounced by your lips in a grateful, happy accent. ~ Charlotte Bronte
53:Listen well, and you will be pronounced a "brilliant" conversationalist! ~ R Kent Hughes
54:But inside us there is a word we cannot pronounce and that is who we are. ~ Anthony Marra
55:I was so embarrassed about mispronouncing words. I just knew how to smile. ~ Adriana Lima
56:muscularity, made more pronounced by her gauntness, and the near-inanimate ~ Mohsin Hamid
57:For one thing, she pronounced flowers 'flars' and I couldn't let it slide. ~ James Thurber
58:I am very up front about about my inability to pronounce things correctly. ~ Gillian Jacobs
59:liars use more words than truth tellers and use far more third-person pronouns ~ Chris Voss
60:Life's a pitch, as the old woman said. She couldn't pronounce her b’s. ~ Karl Ove Knausg rd
61:Mrs. Penniman always, even in conversation, italicised her personal pronouns. ~ Henry James
62:We all know gifs are pronounced "jifs," right? Their creator says so, damn it! ~ Bill Walsh
63:Count Bezúkhov had a sixth stroke. The doctors pronounced recovery impossible. ~ Leo Tolstoy
64:I have a feeling it makes my frowny, resting bitch face even more pronounced. ~ Karina Halle
65:Life's a pitch, as the old woman said. She couldn't pronounce her 'b's. ~ Karl Ove Knausg rd
66:Or recite this mantra: om mani padme hum (pronounced “om mani padmay hum”). ~ Dalai Lama XIV
67:It seemed Abe Vigoda's career was done until he was pronounced dead in print. ~ Audie Cornish
68:Only when a man's life comes to its end in prosperity dare we pronounce him happy. ~ Aeschylus
69:I don’t know what’s wrong with you, Gondorf, but I bet it’s hard to pronounce, ~ Jason Matthews
70:most people could not pronounce Nintendo and were not interested in learning how. ~ David Sheff
71:The psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (pronounced six-cent-mihaly) has done ~ Daniel Kahneman
brought remorse, and you pronounced remorse the poison of
existence ~ Charlotte Bront
73:He pronounced some of his words as if they were corks being drawn out of bottles. ~ Winston Graham
74:If you encounter someone who pronounces the t in often, odds are they're a douchebag. ~ Dana Gould
75:My name is Antoinette Beauchamp, pronounced BEECH-um, and I am my mother's daughter ~ Sean Stewart
76:It is in bad taste," is the most formidable word an Englishman can pronounce. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
77:Perchance you who pronounce my sentence are in greater fear than I who receive it. ~ Giordano Bruno
78:Do not hesitate to ask for an electric fan (“diànshàn,” pronounced “dee-en shahn”). ~ Larry Herzberg
79:Economic depression can not be cured by legislative action or executive pronouncement ~ Herbert Hoover
80:My name is James Guckert. Well, when you read it, it's always pronounced some other way. ~ Jeff Gannon
81:The fire puffed up with pride its flaming head, But soon the wind pronounced that ‘it is dead’. ~ Rumi
82:The zero in the telephone number he pronounced "naught." The number was: "2 B R 0 2 B. ~ Kurt Vonnegut
83:A people's wrath voiced abroad bringeth grave Danger, no less than public curse pronounced. ~ Aeschylus
84:Economic depression can not be cured by legislative action or executive pronouncement. ~ Herbert Hoover
85:Never make fun of someone if they mispronounce a word. It means they learned it by reading. ~ Anonymous
86:Never make fun of someone is they mispronounce a word. It means they learned it by reading. ~ Anonymous
87:Where men of judgment creep and feel their way, The positive pronounce without dismay. ~ William Cowper
88:Doctor, I can't pronounce my F's, T's and H's.” “Well you can't say fairer than that then ~ Tommy Cooper
89:Speak the speech, I pray you, as I pronounc'd it to you, trippingly on the tongue. ~ William Shakespeare
90:The golden rule when reading the menu is, if you cannot pronounce it, you cannot afford it. ~ Frank Muir
91:Names are not always what they seem. The common Welsh name Bzjxxllwcp is pronounced Jackson. ~ Mark Twain
92:Platypus? I thought it was pronounced platymapus. Has it always been pronounced platypus? ~ Jessica Simpson
93:Pronouncement of experts to the effect that something cannot be done has always irritated me. ~ Leo Szilard
94:Nature hates all botched and half-finished work, and will pronounce her curse upon it. ~ Orison Swett Marden
95:A hard word follows us and later falls upon him who pronounced it, like a ray of vengeance. ~ Samael Aun Weor
96:Pronouns no longer apply in the tavern’s mud-world of excited confusion and half-articulated wantings. ~ Rumi
97:The dominance of conclusions over arguments is most pronounced where emotions are involved. ~ Daniel Kahneman
98:The man who first pronounced the barbarous word God ought to have been immediately destroyed. ~ Denis Diderot
99:The sea pronounces something, over and over, in a hoarse whisper; I cannot quite make it out. ~ Annie Dillard
100:You need to take language lessons from me, regularly and obediently, until I pronounce you cured. ~ Ana s Nin
101:Hank was full of absolutes, pronouncements like “Art has no utility” and “Warhol is irrelevant. ~ Rob Spillman
102:Never mind what my name is,” the man said. “No one can pronounce it anyway. Just call me Sir. ~ Daniel Handler
103:The first thing we pulled out was a lump of white gunk. “Wax,” Carter pronounced. “Fascinating. ~ Rick Riordan
104:He kissed her stopping her words at once. A pronounced number of gasps resonated across the room. ~ Terry Spear
105:President Bush spent the day calling names he couldn't pronounce in countries he never knew existed. ~ Jay Leno
106:Hamlet. Speak the speech, I pray you, as I pronounc’d it to you, trippingly on the tongue; ~ William Shakespeare
107:Home! With what different sensations different people pronounce and hear that word pronounced! ~ Maria Edgeworth
108:The people of Asia were slaves, because they had not learned how to pronounce the word 'no'. ~ Winston Churchill
109:when our lives have faded, history will pronounce its cool, detached, and shadowy verdict. ~ Winston S Churchill
110:Yes, my name is Seamus — pronounced SHAY-mus — Rafael Goldberg. Try being five with that name. ~ Bill Konigsberg
111:I, of course, don't have an accent. This is just how things sound when they are pronounced properly. ~ Jimmy Carr
112:I think they would like the songs better
if I left out the names, or changed
the pronouns. ~ David Levithan
113:President Bush has been silent on Schwarzenegger. Of course, he can't pronounce Schwarzenegger. ~ David Letterman
114:What is good only because it pleases cannot be pronounced good till it has been found to please. ~ Samuel Johnson
115:My mom says I'm destined to be the sort of man who uses big words but pronounces them incorrectly. ~ Karen Russell
116:Whatever. Everyone mispronounces my name. And, like, David Bowie was big before I was born, right? ~ Avril Lavigne
117:Adam pronounced love very carefully, as if it were an unfamiliar element on the periodic table. ~ Maggie Stiefvater
118:Every mind is different; and the more it is unfolded, the more pronounced is that difference. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
119:I am China, pronounced as Chee-na. And I think it's time the world lets older women age gracefully. ~ China Machado
120:They spell it da Vinci and pronounce it da Vinchy. Foreigners always spell better than they pronounce. ~ Mark Twain
121:They were pronounced husband and wife. He kissed his bride. My Betty. My honeybee. She kissed me goodbye. ~ M Mabie
122:Your words may be wrong, your pronounciation funny, but the fact that you are trying, creates a bridge. ~ Anonymous
123:Every error pronounces judgment on itself when it attempts to apply its rules to the standard of truth. ~ Lord Acton
124:If you’re chopping and changing the team you don’t get that word I can’t pronounce beginning with ‘C’. ~ Paul Merson
125:In the Old Peculiar language, the word ymbryne (pronounced imm-brinn) means “revolution” or “circuit. ~ Ransom Riggs
126:It was easy to argue with Quagliagliarello, if you had patience, and if you could pronounce his name. ~ Mark Helprin
127:The first thing we pulled out was a lump of white gunk.
“Wax,” Carter pronounced.
“Fascinating. ~ Rick Riordan
128:The verdict you pronounce upon the source of your livelihood is the verdict you pronounce upon your life. ~ Ayn Rand
129:By the power vested in me thanks to Google, I know pronounce you husband and wife! You may kiss the bride! ~ J R Ward
130:If you can't pronounce it, you probably shouldn't be putting it in your body or in your environment. ~ Sandra Bullock
131:The Republican Party seems just as eager as the Democrats to pronounce their voters as extreme kooks. ~ Rush Limbaugh
132:There's very little solid research on readership, yet people make pronouncements about it all the time. ~ Robert Hass
133:Thinkest thou that thou canst write the name of God on Time? No more is it pronounced in Eternity. ~ Angelus Silesius
134:That pronouncement went over about as well as an all-vegan buffet at a Cattlemen's Association dinner. ~ Dianne Duvall
135:Madam de Stael pronounced architecture to be frozen music; so is statuary crystalized spirituality. ~ Louisa May Alcott
136:Something unpronounceable
followed by a long silence
points out my life
is becoming a landscape. ~ Mary Ruefle
137:Be able to correctly pronounce the words you would like to speak and have excellent spoken grammar. ~ Marilyn vos Savant
138:Companies with pronounceable names do better than others for the first week after the stock is issued, ~ Daniel Kahneman
139:"I don't know exactly what's wrong with you, but I bet it's hard to pronounce when you're drunk." ~ Cherie Priest
140:In laughter all that is evil comes together, but is pronounced holy and absolved by its own bliss. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
141:Whatever pronouns a person chooses, if they choose any at all, are their right. Not a fucking preference, ~ Gabby Rivera
142:If the announcer can produce the impression that he is a gentleman, he may pronounce as he pleases. ~ George Bernard Shaw
143:If you don't know how to pronounce a word, say it loudly. Do not compound mispronunciation with inaudibility ~ Mark Twain
144:I've been pronounced dead and I've read my own obituaries. And they were the best reviews I ever read. ~ Elizabeth Taylor
145:Science should leave off making pronouncements: the river of knowledge has too often turned back on itself. ~ James Jeans
146:Cwn Annwn,” I said. “I think I’m finally pronouncing that right. Welsh. So many letters. So few vowels. ~ Kelley Armstrong
147:I chose a pseudonym, Chris Marker, pronounceable in most languages, because I was very intent on traveling. ~ Chris Marker
148:Lolita is famous, not I. I am an obscure, doubly obscure, novelist with an unpronounceable name. ~ Vladimir Nabokov
149:Nothing could be more reckless than to base one's moral philosophy on the latest pronouncements of science. ~ Edward Abbey
150:Like many Vatican pronouncements, the official version of events would bear little resemblance to the truth. ~ Daniel Silva
151:The reason it's hard for me to tweet is I don't want to pronounce anything, and Twitter is for pronouncing. ~ Jonathan Ames
152:...religion which is nothing more of less than sun-worship of a pronounced and highly developed character. ~ H Rider Haggard
153:there is an acronym for it, WFIO, which stands for “We’re Fucked, It’s Over” (it’s pronounced “whiff-ee-yo”). ~ Ben Horowitz
154:[To Jean Harlow, who repeatedly mispronounced her first name:] No, no, Jean. The t is silent, as in Harlow. ~ Margot Asquith
155:You shouldn’t – – – – them, then,’ muttered one of his henchmen, effortlessly pronouncing a row of dashes. ~ Terry Pratchett
156:But wherefore could not I pronounce 'Amen'? I had most need of blessing, and 'Amen' Stuck in my throat. ~ William Shakespeare
157:Her name was Marroca, probably her maiden name, and she pronounced it as though it had fifteen r's in it. ~ Guy de Maupassant
158:To be humane, we must ever be ready to pronounce that wise, ingenious and modest statement 'I do not know'. ~ Galileo Galilei
159:wince unconsciously as he pronounces the word. I have to bite my lip to keep from correcting him: Scavengers. ~ Lauren Oliver
160:Words affect the mind in a pronounced way. Whether they are spoken or written, they are powerful influences. ~ Robin S Sharma
161:He reached a large stream, of the kind the locals called a creek and pronounced crick, and decided to follow it. ~ Neil Gaiman
162:I couldn't bear to have people mispronounce my name. But the person I was was this person who was called Chloe. ~ Toni Morrison
163:Pronouns are only useful when you combine them with other words. I have a few I can give you, if you're at a loss. ~ Mira Grant
164:What? Who? You can't throw around pronouns like that without their antecedents if you want people to follow you. ~ Kevin Hearne
165:I think I am a verb instead of a personal pronoun. A verb signifies to be; to do; to suffer. I signify all three. ~ Richard Ford
166:It is not too much to say that when the word blood is pronounced, this is a sign that reason is about to depart. ~ Doris Lessing
167:Second, my dear husband, I pronounce you a certified lunatic. You might as well run naked through the streets! ~ Sholom Aleichem
168:if they pronounce your name like a curse then you may as well teach their mouths how to taste a growing hell ~ Scherezade Siobhan
169:It is not too much to say that when the word "blood" is pronounced, this is a sign that reason is about to depart. ~ Doris Lessing
170:The Affect Heuristic The dominance of conclusions over arguments is most pronounced where emotions are involved. ~ Daniel Kahneman
171:If you don't know how to pronounce a word, say it loud!" (William Strunk) ... Why compound ignorance with inaudibility? ~ E B White
172:Kate almost choked on her coffee. That pronouncement was a little like the Queen of England saying, "Call me Liz. ~ Juliette Harper
173:Pronouns are only useful when you combine them with other words. I have a few I can give you, if you're at a loss. ~ Seanan McGuire
174:The highest eulogy which can be pronounced on the Revolution of 1688 is this that this was our last Revolution. ~ Thomas B Macaulay
175:Time affords us the ability to blame past errors on others while whole heartedly pronouncing our futures successes. ~ Douglas Adams
176:He accepted it, walked over to the monster, and stabbed it a dozen times. “Dead,” he pronounced, and walked back over. ~ Andrew Rowe
177:The expert is a midwife. The expert is not someone who has the authority to pronounce the last word on the subject. ~ Philip Kitcher
178:He was one of those guys who'd pronounce I'm a hugger as he came at you, neglecting to ask if the feeling was mutual. ~ Gillian Flynn
179:She pronounced the word married as if her voice caressed it. It seemed a rustling covert leading to enchanted glades. ~ Edith Wharton
180:What has interested me all along is not the pronouncement of meaning but pointing toward the way meaning is formed. ~ Douglas Huebler
181:I think I can stand up, though!” He demonstrated the questionable optimism of this pronouncement by falling on his face. ~ Scott Lynch
182:You don't look well," he pronounced.
"Indigestion," I replied.
"From what?"
"Join the queue. ~ Carlos Ruiz Zaf n
183:A compilation of what outstanding people said or wrote at the age of 20 would make a collection of asinine pronouncements. ~ Eric Hoffer
184:Gutfreund (pronounced Good friend) liked to sneak up from behind and surprise you. This was fun for him but not for you. ~ Michael Lewis
185:I have always thought that a wild animal never looks so well as when some obstacle of pronounced durability is between us. ~ Bram Stoker
186:Mood disorders , in addition to exhibiting seasonal patterns, frequently show pronounced diurnal rhythms as well. ~ Kay Redfield Jamison
187:This is our privy. Don’t ever let Mrs. Byrne catch you using the one in the house.” She pronounces catch “kitch. ~ Christina Baker Kline
188:To be bewitched is not to be saved, though all the magicians and aesthetes in the world should pronounce it to be so. ~ George Santayana
189:The ignorant pronounce it Frood To cavil or applaud The well-informed pronounce it Froyd But I pronounce it Fraud. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton
190:There are many times where even I, at certain points in the evening, after a few drinks, can't pronounce my own surname. ~ Milla Jovovich
191:a present has many faces to it, has it not? and one should consider all, before pronouncing an opinion as to its nature. ~ Charlotte Bront
192:No matter which word it is, when I pronounce repeatedly, it ends up sounding utterly ridiculous and meaningless to me. ~ Franz Grillparzer
193:People label themselves with all sorts of adjectives. I can only pronounce myself as 'nauseatingly miserable beyond repair'. ~ Franz Kafka
194:remember to call them by neutral pronouns like “they” unless they asked me to use a gender. That was the polite thing to do. ~ Andrew Rowe
195:Girlfriend? That’s a funny way to pronounce Netflix” - Rachel Sinclair, Molly’s occasional (and always sarcastic) study partner. ~ Sara Ney
196:God: 1. A deity who looks like Marx, was pronounced dead by Nietzsche, and envied by Freud. 2. The monster over our beds. ~ Eric Jarosinski
197:Personally I've never put much store by honesty- I mean how can you trust a word whose first letter you don't even pronounce ~ Lorrie Moore
198:The ignorant pronounce it Frood
To cavil or applaud
The well-informed pronounce it Froyd
But I pronounce it Fraud. ~ G K Chesterton
199:Then I now pronounce us husbands and wife,” Dean said.
Jack pulled off her T-shirt. “We’re now going to fuck the bride. ~ Jamie K Schmidt
200:Definitely worth the wait,” Cinderella pronounced, a little breathlessly, when they were finished. “Yes, you are,” Friedrich said, ~ K M Shea
201:When I go out with the ladies, I don't force them to pronounce my name. I tell them I like to go by the nickname of Kitten. ~ Joaquin Phoenix
202:Every single substitute teacher growing up could not pronounce my name, so whenever someone pauses, I'm like, "Oh, that's me." ~ Cary Fukunaga
203:He was one of those guys who’d pronounce I’m a hugger as he came at you, neglecting to ask if the feeling was mutual. Marybeth ~ Gillian Flynn
204:I have a very large forehead. I have a pronounced skull. Maybe producers think that there is a lot going on up in there. ~ Neil Patrick Harris
205:A woman who is praying and a woman who is having fun, they both say " Oh My God", the only difference is how they pronounce it. ~ M F Moonzajer
206:Half an hour later I pronounced us lost. Jesry accepted it with pleasure, as if this were more satisfactory than being found. ~ Neal Stephenson
207:I prayed to St. Anthony all last night, but I still can’t find her.” She pronounced Anthony the old New Orleans way, “Ant–nee. ~ O Neil de Noux
208:Mrs. Japan and Mrs. Romania had unpronounceable names, the former free-floating with vowels, the latter fortressed by consonants. ~ Monica Wood
209:For a sentence is not complete unless each word, once its syllables have been pronounced, gives way to make room for the next. ~ Saint Augustine
210:His name was Death. It was pronounced to rhyme with "teeth", but Bitterblue liked to mispronounce it by accident on occassion. ~ Kristin Cashore
211:Limit yourself to wines with names you can’t pronounce that are made from grapes harvested during or before Full House season one. ~ The Betches
212:Whoever was responsible for naming the fae races should really have put more thought into making them pronounceable when drunk. ~ Seanan McGuire
213:Before leaving, I met them briefly. Thad and Ruben were among them. Then there was Annar, Orion, Stephan (pronounced Steh-fawn), ~ Kristen Ashley
214:I have a dialect myself; it's more pronounced, because I have studied theatre and been in England. It's half-British, half-Indian. ~ Kunal Nayyar
215:I like the way he says we and am amazed, as I often am by language as power, at the way a simple pronoun can upend a relationship. ~ Fiona Maazel
216:Let us consider under what disadvantages Science has hitherto labored before we pronounce thus confidently on her progress. ~ Henry David Thoreau
217:The minute we get reconciled to a person, how willing we are to throw aside little needless punctilios and pronounce his name right. ~ Mark Twain
218:The paradox of race in America is that our common destiny is more pronounced and imperiled precisely when our divisions are deeper. ~ Cornel West
219:Though public pronouncements of Israeli officials emphasize peace and mutuality, unilateralism actually drives Israeli actions. ~ Douglas J Feith
220:She pronounced each word carefully, as though she was tasting fruit. The words of her poems were a most private and fragrant orchard. ~ Pat Conroy
221:For all right judgment of any man or things it is useful, nay, essential, to see his good qualities before pronouncing on his bad. ~ Thomas Carlyle
222:found himself marveling at how many different names there are in this world. All individual, most pronounceable. Think of that. ~ Donald E Westlake
223:honesty is just the flipside of a little thing called humility. (This word is pronounced ‘hyoo-míl-uh-tee.’ It’s a noun. Look it up.) ~ Lauren Rowe
224:Celibacy.” Kingsley pronounced the word like a curse. It was a curse. “I thought you were a sadist. When did you become a masochist? ~ Tiffany Reisz
225:[Civil right leaders]themselves in their pronouncements will tell you they need white allies, they need white help, they need white this. ~ Malcolm X
226:I mean, who does that? Who touches someone’s hair and pronounces they have magic?”
“Darth Sullivan.”
“Darth goddamned Sullivan. ~ Chloe Neill
227:Who the hell needs this many dogs anyway?” “What’s wrong with being a pet owner?” Cameron asked. “Yeah, you pronounced ‘hoarder’ wrong. ~ Abigail Roux
228:I couldn't help but notice that he'd pronounced her name differently, like her name, and only her name, contained all the good letters. ~ Morgan Matson
229:In order to pronounce a book bad it is not enough to discover that it elicits no good response from ourselves, for that might be our fault. ~ C S Lewis
230:I stared at her. “Is that another compliment? Because we’ve just been through that.” She walked to her desk. “You mispronounced thank you. ~ N R Walker
231:I thought about Cassidy, and how she pronounced “vitamin” the British way and hated when people took too many napkins in restaurants. ~ Robyn Schneider
232:Not like those Dungeons and Dragons games. The real thing. He bought some of those tarot cards.” She pronounced it like carrot. Amateurs. ~ Jim Butcher
233:After a moment, she turned to Adam and pronounced him, “Hero. Because he’s yours, Grandpa, and you’re an American hero like my daddy. ~ Kallypso Masters
234:But it takes more than a few unpronounceable names, moldy tomes, and tentacles to successfully write a story in the Lovecraftian mode. ~ Ross E Lockhart
235:She reflected on how her caller had pronounced husband—almost husbun, as though Scott had been some exotic breakfast treat, now consumed. ~ Stephen King
236:The light of his plural pronoun was sufficiently reflected in his companion's face as he again met it; and he completed his demonstration. ~ Henry James
237:I think we've probably all read a word that we've never heard pronounced out loud, and we try it out in a sentence and fall on our face. ~ Gillian Jacobs
238:One made the observation of the people of Asia that they were all slaves to one man, merely because they could not pronounce that syllable No. ~ Plutarch
239:There isn't a man on earth who doesn't at times pronounce an opinion on good and evil, even if it be only to find fault with somebody else. ~ Simone Weil
240:There's this tug in my chest. Because when Bram says Simon's name, he pronounces every part of it. Like it's worth being careful over. ~ Becky Albertalli
241:A gifted person ought to learn English (barring spelling and pronouncing) in thirty hours, French in thirty days, and German in thirty years. ~ Mark Twain
242:Our vitality, and the vitality of each nation, rests on the sincerity and depth of the faith in the ideas which it announces, or pronounces. ~ Erich Fromm
243:If we breathe the scent of goodly grass, the fragrance of spices, the aroma of good fruits, we pronounce a blessing over the pleasure. ~ Shmuel Yosef Agnon
244:My name is very specific to my family. I'm very proud of being Nigerian. I understand that most people can't pronounce it, but that's OK. ~ Toks Olagundoye
245:Why does it [government] always crucify Christ, and excommunicate Copernicus and Luther, and pronounce Washington and Franklin rebels? ~ Henry David Thoreau
246:Our judgements judge us; and nothing reveals us [or] exposes our weaknesses more ingeniously than the attitude of pronouncing upon our fellows. ~ Paul Val ry
247:Pine needle sorbet? Pine needle sorbet?! My kids do NOT eat sorbet. They eat sherbet, and they pronounce it sherbert, and they wish it was ice cream! ~ Homer
248:RUMOUR: "Upon my tongues continual slanders ride, The which in every language I pronounce, Stuffing the ears of men with false reports. ~ William Shakespeare
249:When he was a kid, Gibson had mispronounced George Abe’s name until his father corrected him: “Ah-bay. More Japanese, less Lincoln.” As ~ Matthew FitzSimmons
250:Ahhh, God's balls! The Horrible Halt!" Adoulla pronounced the Dhamsawaati term for the complete standstill of traffic with a familiar disgust. ~ Saladin Ahmed
251:In 1738 Pope Clement XII issued a papal bull condemning and excommunicating all Freemasons, whom he pronounced "enemies of the Roman Church. ~ Michael Baigent
252:It is certainly safe, in view of the movement to the right of intellectuals and political thinkers, to pronounce the brain death of socialism. ~ Norman Tebbit
253:there is a reproducible correlation between the time required to pronounce numbers in a given language and the memory span of its speakers. ~ Malcolm Gladwell
254:Two weeks ago we couldn't pronounce your name, but you were in the lead in a film that made millions, so we're sending you all these scripts. ~ Cillian Murphy
255:All modern U.S. presidents are perforce politicians, prisoners of their past pronouncements, their party, their constituency, and their colleagues. ~ Tony Judt
256:You're crazy," pronounced Becks.

"And you're carrying eight guns," I replied. "Now that we've covered what everybody knows, can we move on? ~ Mira Grant
257:I’m. Not. A. Victim!” I growled low and clearly pronounced each word. “No? Then what are you?” he asked, angered by my words. “I’m a survivor. ~ Amelia Hutchins
258:I snatched the paper away from Dopey. "Hey," he yelled. "I was reading that!" "Let somebody who can pronounce all the big words have a try," I said. ~ Meg Cabot
259:It is thoughtless to condemn them, or laugh at them, if they seek to do more or learn more than custom has pronounced necessary for their sex. ~ Charlotte Bront
260:I very seldom, during my whole stay in the country, heard a sentence elegantly turned, and correctly pronounced from the lips of an American. ~ Frances Trollope
261:The Holocaust is a sacred subject. One should take off one's shoes when entering its domain, one should tremble each time one pronounces the word. ~ Elie Wiesel
262:Einstein pronounced the doom of continuous or 'rational' space, and the way was made clear for Picasso and the Marx Brothers and Mad magazine. ~ Marshall McLuhan
263:What about me?” Wes snapped. “Don’t I get a vote?”

Daniel shook his head. “She’s willing and you’re breathing. I pronounce you man and wife. ~ Jodi Thomas
264:if half the cells inside of you are not you, doesn't that challenge the whole notion of me as a singular pronoun, let alone as the author of my fate? ~ John Green
265:Sir U fell down from a speeding train,
Which did some damage to his brain,
And after that he did not know
How to pronounce the letter O. ~ Edward Gorey
266:All gotter be equal,’ he pronounced fiercely, ‘all gotter have lots of money. All ’uman beings. That’s sense, isn’t it? Is it sense or isn’t it? ~ Richmal Crompton
267:Content may by trivial. But I do not think that any person may pronounce either upon the weight or upon the triviality of an idea before its execution. ~ Ben Shahn
268:[Doctor Cukrowicz in Suddenly, Last Summer is] is one of the most unpronounceable roles in the modern-day theater day canon, and one of the most boring! ~ Rob Lowe
269:Just as careful listening is critical to understanding our verbal pronouncements, so careful observation is vital to comprehending our body language. ~ Joe Navarro
270:The fact is I think I am a verb instead of a personal pronoun. A verb is anything that signifies to be; to do; or to suffer. I signify all three. ~ Ulysses S Grant
271:Why does everyone cling to the masculine imagery and pronouns even though they are a mere linguistic device that has never meant that God is male? ~ Carol P Christ
272:By the power invested in me by the state of New York and the Universal Life Church, I now pronounce you husband and husband. You can kiss the groom. ~ Conan O Brien
273:That this is the quest; but that it has never been attained; but that Science has acted, ruled, pronounced, and condemned as if it had been attained. ~ Charles Fort
274:When I pronounce the word Future,
the first syllable already belongs to the past.

When I pronounce the word Silence,
I destroy it. ~ Wis awa Szymborska
275:Who was that lad they used to try to make me read at Oxford? Ship- Shop- Schopenhauer. That's the name. A grouch of the most pronounced description. ~ P G Wodehouse
276:You must ask yourself this: Will you decide when love's going to work and when it isn't? You have been pronouncing too much and feeling too little. ~ David Levithan
277:Your jokes are terrible."
Greg grinned, walking me backwards into my suite and wagging his eyebrows he corrected me, "It's pronounced
tremendous. ~ Penny Reid
278:Are you using 'he' generically, or because it seems probable that a man did this?"

Hunt shrugs, indifferent to pronouns. Men can afford to be. ~ Laura Lippman
279:I discovered that Native languages, Cherokee and others--like Bengali and other ancient languages--didn't have gendered pronouns like "he" and "she. ~ Gloria Steinem
280:All living souls welcome whatever they are ready to cope with; all else they ignore, or pronounce to be monstrous and wrong, or deny to be possible ~ George Santayana
281:I remember that I wanted to kill It,' Bill said, and for the first time (and ever after) he heard the pronoun gain proper-noun status in his own voice. ~ Stephen King
282:I snatched the paper away from Dopey.
"Hey," he yelled. "I was reading that!"
"Let somebody who can pronounce all the big words have a try," I said. ~ Meg Cabot
"Upon my tongues continual slanders ride,
The which in every language I pronounce,
Stuffing the ears of men with false reports. ~ William Shakespeare
284:Despite his immediate attraction, Brian had a habit of mispronouncing Lillian Kagwa’s last name, and Lillian kept mistaking Brian for other white men. ~ Victor LaValle
285:I paint to rest from the phenomena of the external world - to pronounce it -- and to make notations of its essences with which to verify the inner eye. ~ Morris Graves
286:Mr. Benner was thrown, whereupon his neck was broken.” He pantomimed breaking a stick and made a cracking sound. “He was pronounced dead at the scene. ~ Stephanie Reed
287:(The Catholic Church, on the other hand, seized on the big bang model and in 1951 officially pronounced it to be in accordance with the Bible.) There ~ Stephen Hawking
288:All living souls welcome whatsoever they are ready to cope with; all else they ignore, or pronounce to be monstrous and wrong, or deny to be possible. ~ George Santayana
289:I also request that, starting today, you refer to me by my new name and use the feminine pronoun (except in official mail to the confinement facility). ~ Chelsea Manning
290:This crown to crown the laughing man, this rose-wreath crown: I myself have set this crown upon my head, I myself have pronounced my laughter holy. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
291:Benedict Cumberbatch is not only the best name in show business, it's also the response you get when you ask John Travolta to pronounce Ben Affleck. ~ Neil Patrick Harris
292:Remind me one day to teach you how to achieve a sneer, Hugh. Yours is too pronounced, and thus but a grimace. It should be but a faint curl of the lips. ~ Georgette Heyer
293:This crown of the laughter, the rosary crown: to you, my brothers, I throw this crown! I pronounced laughter holy: you higher men, learn — to laugh! ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
294:We declare, say , define, and pronounce that it is absolutely necessary for the salvation of every human creature to be subject to the Roman Pontiff. ~ Pope Boniface VIII
295:Furthermore, [Sigmund Freud] had a racial fixation on sex, a fixation sufficiently pronounced to cause it to infect contagiously all modern European stock. ~ L Ron Hubbard
296:It was then given me to know that the power of revitalization of my body was mine, and I, who had been pronounced dead by man, lived strongly in the body. ~ Walter Russell
297:My girlfriend at the time wasn’t keen on meeting Celestial; even she could tell from the way I pronounced her name that my feelings were more than friendly. ~ Tayari Jones
298:The spell fior finding books,' she whispered, closing her eyes before pronouncing the incantation: 'Abracadabra, Alakazam, Angela Thirkell, and Omar Kayyam. ~ Alan Bradley
299:Now therefore amend your ways and your doings, and obey the voice of the LORD your God, and the LORD will repent of the evil which he has pronounced against you. ~ Jeremiah
300:Sometimes societies die and putrefy long before they are pronounced dead, and sometimes men die of corruption long before they have taken to their deathbeds. ~ Robert Payne
301:The Galatians are severely censured for giving heed to false doctrines, and are called to pronounce even an apostle anathema, if he preached another gospel. ~ Charles Hodge
302:112 In another message he wrote, “I am a verb instead of a personal pronoun. A verb is anything that signifies to be; to do; or to suffer. I signify all three. ~ Ron Chernow
303:A private dance, without sitting down to supper, was pronounced an infamous fraud upon the rights of men and women; and Mrs. Weston must not speak of it again. ~ Jane Austen
304:Avoid food products containing ingredients that are A) unfamiliar B) unpronounceable C) more than five in number or that include D) high-fructose corn syrup ~ Michael Pollan
305:The tone in which She pronounced these words was so touching, that in spite of my joy at receiving her promise to follow me, I could not help being affected. I ~ Matthew Lewis
306:me, pro. The objectionable case of I. The personal pronoun in English has three cases, the dominative, the objectionable and the oppressive. Each is all three. ~ Ambrose Bierce
307:The old languages - at least the ones I know - don't have gender. They don't have gendered pronouns. There's no "he" and "she." A human being is a human being. ~ Gloria Steinem
308:Anthimus’s pronouncement on garum has echoed through Western cooking: “Nam liquamen ex omni parte prohibemus,” We ban the use of garum from every culinary role. ~ Mark Kurlansky
310:I suffer from two phobias: 1) Phobia-Phobia, the fear that you're unable to get scared, and 2) Xylophataquieopiaphobia, the fear of not pronouncing words correctly. ~ Brad Stine
311:I will venture to pronounce it one of the most ludicrous performances which has been exhibited to public view during all the present controversy-Alexander Hamilton ~ Ron Chernow
312:She just wanted him to be healthy, and he would be making weird pronouncements like, ‘I’m a fruitarian and I will only eat leaves picked by virgins in the moonlight. ~ Anonymous
313:The Fflict recognized five genders: male, female, zhial, yal, and neuter. Aul was zhial, and ze liked zis pronouns accurately stated. I would too, in zis position. ~ John Scalzi
314:The word Miracle, as pronounced by Christian churches, gives a false impression; it is Monster. It is not one with the blowing clover and the falling rain. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
315:Io. My name is Io." She pronounced the name "eye-oh" as if there perfectly ordinary. Which was ridiculous, because no one he knew bore a name with only vowels. ~ Katie MacAlister
316:Our product is still totally DeepArcher?”
“Which is…”
“Like ‘departure’, only you pronounce it DeepArcher?”
“Zen thing,” Maxine guesses.
“Weed thing. ~ Thomas Pynchon
317:Propaganda in the ordinary sense of the term plays a less important part in a consumer society, where people greet all official pronouncements with suspicion. ~ Christopher Lasch
318:The first "o" in "borogoves" is pronounced like the "o" in "borrow." I have heard people try to give it the sound of the "o" in "worry". Such is Human Perversity. ~ Lewis Carroll
319:I do not want actors and actresses to understand my plays. That is not necessary. If they will only pronounce the correct sounds I can guarantee the results. ~ George Bernard Shaw
320:The message of grace,” he said, “. . . pronounces upon the death of people and nations its eternal: I have loved you from eternity; stay with me, and you will live. ~ Eric Metaxas
321:The word miracle, as pronounced by Christian churches, gives a false impression; it is a monster. It is not one with the blowing clover and the falling rain. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
322:Words were so important. The wrong words pronounced over a person would destroy him. The right words spoken judiciously would lead a person to fulfil his destiny. ~ Easterine Kire
323:Before I look stupid and not know what a word means or how to pronounce it, I'll stop the whole production, "Hey, real quick, guys. Define this word for me. Somebody." ~ Kevin Hart
324:English people don't have very good diction. In France you have to pronounce very particularly and clearly, and learning French at an early age helped me enormously. ~ Vivien Leigh
325:We wear clothes, and speak, and create civilizations, and believe we are more than wolves. But inside us there is a word we cannot pronounce and that is who we are. ~ Anthony Marra
326:If we do not mean that God is male when we use masculine pronouns and imagery, then why should there be any objections to using female imagery and pronouns as well? ~ Carol P Christ
327:No one pronounced Jerusalems Lot dead
on the morning of October 6;
no one knew it was.
Like the bodies of previous days
it retained every semblace of life ~ Stephen King
328:One could write a history of science in reverse by assembling the solemn pronouncements of highest authority about what could not be done and could never happen. ~ Robert A Heinlein
329:That was excellently observed’, say I, when I read a passage in an author, where his opinion agrees with mine. When we differ, there I pronounce him to be mistaken. ~ Jonathan Swift
330:The aphorisms were judged more insightful when they rhymed than when they did not. Finally, if you quote a source, choose one with a name that is easy to pronounce. ~ Daniel Kahneman
331:The more Wayne inhabited Edison, the more he wondered how a man cultivates a stubborn streak so pronounced that it transforms a daily barrage of failures into stimulants. ~ Jim Lynch
332:Astronaut hopefuls have an acronym at NASA, just like everything else: ASHOs, pronounced “ass-hoes,” but as if an L had been conveniently placed between the O and the E. ~ Scott Kelly
333:I have heard that death takes us away from ill things, not from good. I have heard that when we pronounce the name of man we pronounce the belief of immortality. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
334:People tend to try to find something to talk about Zuma. My surname is very nice and simple. Very simple, so they like pronouncing it all the time. So what's the problem? ~ Jacob Zuma
335:Utter SILENCE must be observed in the room. Whoever pronounces a word in the presence of Sri Aurobindo will have to leave the place immediately.
   ~ The Mother, Words Of The Mother I,
336:Blame Stalin, the pundits cry, echoing the argument made every time something bad happens in the former Soviet Union. Blame Stalin, because we can pronounce that name. ~ Sarah Kendzior
337:It is not to everyone's taste that truth should be pronounced pleasant. But at least let no one believe that error becomes truth when it is pronounced unpleasant. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
338:Strygalldwir is my name. Conjure with it and I will eat your heart and liver." "Conjure with it? I can't even pronounce it, and my cirrhosis would give you indigestion. ~ Roger Zelazny
339:Surely doctors saw nothing but the eyes of their patient’s family: the staring, pleading eyes that waited to hear what sentence would be pronounced on their loved one. ~ Sharyn McCrumb
340:Again, the first "o" in "borogoves" is pronounced like the "o" in "borrow." I have heard people try to give it the sound of the "o" in "worry". Such is Human Perversity. ~ Lewis Carroll
341:Mr. Thwaites was, of course, a pronounced and leading Christmasist, being the instinctive leader of everything irritating and depressing, and the others followed him. ~ Patrick Hamilton
342:The quiet of the reservation, the side-of-the-highway towns, rural communities, that kind of silence just makes the sound of your brain on fire that much more pronounced. ~ Tommy Orange
343:The whole of heraldry and of chivalry is in courtesy. A man of fine manners shall pronounce your name with all the ornament that titles of nobility could ever add. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
344:Well,----me,” he said. “A----ing wizard. I hate----ing wizards!” “You shouldn’t----them, then,” muttered one of his henchmen, effortlessly pronouncing a row of dashes. ~ Terry Pratchett
345:What we need are poems that interrogate the world of pronouns, open up possibilities of language and life; forms of politics that support and encourage self-affirmation. ~ Judith Butler
346:But Dataran and the boy in the holograph both had pronounced cheekbones and slender frames that suggested a particular grace. And they had both made her fan sputter. What ~ Marissa Meyer
347:I would suggest that barbarism be considered as a permanent and universal human characteristic which becomes more or less pronounced according to the play of circumstances. ~ Simone Weil
348:The Australian accent is sort of like going down a step in smartness, you could say, because you guys pronounce things as they're spelled. We add and abbreviate stuff. ~ Callan McAuliffe
349:The day I acquired the habit of consciously pronouncing the words thank you, I felt I had gained possession of a magic wand capable of transforming everything. ~ Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov,
350:Cyriack, whose Grandsire on the Royal Bench Of British Themis, with no mean applause Pronounced and in his volumes taught our Laws, Which others at their Bar so often wrench ~ John Milton
351:The day I acquired the habit of consciously pronouncing the words "thank you", I felt I had gained possession of a magic wand capable of transforming everything. ~ Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov
352:The fact that that's the difference between Mexicans and Cubans is pronounced. It's so immediately recognizable, the way a Cuban speaks, the way a Cuban moves the hands. ~ Hector Elizondo
353:The masculine pronouns are he, his and him But imagine the feminine she, shis and shim! So our English, I think you’ll all agree Is the trickiest language you ever did see. ~ Melvyn Bragg
354:The rating agencies, who were paid fat fees by Goldman Sachs and other Wall Street firms for each deal they rated, pronounced 80 percent of the new tower of debt triple-A. ~ Michael Lewis
355:You are a dickhead.” Cha’ril pronounced the insult with an Australian accent. “And a runt. No, a tunt. You are a tunt.” “I think you mean—” “Let that one go,” Aignar said. A ~ Richard Fox
356:She was not sure how to pronounce his name, not even in her head would the sound make any sense. She had to look away to stop herself from making up more stories about him. ~ Helen Oyeyemi
357:Write a smart joke and people want to talk about it and keep the dialogue going. Also, if you can make someone laugh, it's a pronouncement that they like you on some level. ~ Lizz Winstead
358:A name pronounced is the recognition of the individual to whom it belongs. He who can pronounce my name aright, he can call me, and is entitled to my love and service. ~ Henry David Thoreau
359:It is with regret that I pronounce the fatal truth: Louis ought to perish rather than a hundred thousand virtuous citizens; Louis must die that the country may live ~ Maximilien Robespierre
360:Where race is involved, there is a pronounced and proven tendency in the United States for the majority culture to willfully misremember the history and turn it upside down. ~ Taylor Branch
361:Another day in paradise' was his inevitable pronouncement when he settled his head on his pillow. Now I understand what that meant: the uneventful day was a precious gift. ~ Abraham Verghese
362:Another day in paradise” was his inevitable pronouncement when he settled his head on his pillow. Now I understood what that meant: the uneventful day was a precious gift. ~ Abraham Verghese
363:Looking back, one can almost imagine them stalking through the wild with specimen bottles and outsize nets, in determined pursuit of the Ojibwa adverb or the Cherokee pronoun. ~ Margalit Fox
364:Most laws condemn the soul and pronounce sentence. The result of the law of my God is perfect. It condemns but forgives. It restores - more than abundantly - what it takes away. ~ Jim Elliot
365:In the meantime, Bob was jumping up and down and pronouncing it was all "good good good," so good that he couldn't stop giggling with self-satisfied glee like a demented toddler. ~ Meg Rosoff
366:Most of us grew up speaking a language that encourages us to label, compare, demand, and pronounce judgments rather than to be aware of what we are feeling and needing. ~ Marshall B Rosenberg
367:My name is Kvothe, pronounced nearly the same as “Quothe.” Names are important as they tell you a great deal about a person. I’ve had more names than anyone has a right to. ~ Patrick Rothfuss
368:Strygalldwir is my name. Conjure with it and I will eat your heart and liver."

"Conjure with it? I can't even pronounce it, and my cirrhosis would give you indigestion. ~ Roger Zelazny
369:truth cannot "be reduced to aphorism or formulas. It is something alive and unpronounceable. Story creates an atmosphere in which [truth] becomes discernible as a pattern."3 ~ Parker J Palmer
370:It may well happen that the public voice, pronounced by the representatives of the people, will be more constant to the public good than if pronounced by the people themselves. ~ James Madison
371:The Enforcement Directorate declared he had overstayed in the USA and slapped several FERA cases on him. Swamy was pronounced a proclaimed offender and put on the Interpol list. ~ Coomi Kapoor
372:What about the animals?” Ty asked. “Who the hell needs this many dogs anyway?”
“What’s wrong with being a pet owner?” Cameron asked.
“Yeah, you pronounced ‘hoarder’ wrong. ~ Abigail Roux
373:For every new art form there's someone to come along and pronounce it dead, but rarely has an art form been born dead - as is the case with rock video, and its major outlet, MTV. ~ Greil Marcus
374:meanwhile I was thinking that if half the cells in side of you are not you, doesn't that challenge the whole notion of me as a singular pronoun, let alone as the author of my fate? ~ John Green
375:Ordinary men pronounce a sackful of discourses on religion, but do not put a grain into practice, while the sage speaks little, but his whole life is religion put in to action ~ Sri Ramakrishna
376:At a lecture I am asked to pronounce my name three times. I try to be slow and emphatic, "Anaïs - Anaïs - Anaïs. You just say "Anna" and then add "ees," with the accent on the "ees." ~ Anais Nin
377:I need an extension on the monthly report. I think I’m getting a migraine. I can’t look at this screen any longer.” She’s one of those horrific people who pronounces it me-graine. ~ Sally Thorne
378:[In the Flash my character] is not even CSI, it's forensic, talking about the stratum corneum...Yeah, I was referring to my Latin book often to make sure I pronounce things correct. ~ Tom Felton
379:Ordinary men pronounce a sackful of discourses on religion, but do not put a grain into practice, while the sage speaks little, but his whole life is religion put in to action ~ Sri Ramakrishna,
380:... the common law existed while the Anglo-Saxons were yet pagans, at a time when they had never yet heard the name of Christ pronounced or knew that such a character existed. ~ Thomas Jefferson
381:The main factor that makes leadership potentials to become abused often is ignorance. Many people can merely spell their names in alphabets, but cannot pronounce their brands! ~ Israelmore Ayivor
382:With public sentiment, nothing can fail; without it nothing can succeed. Consequently he who moulds sentiment, goes deeper than he who enacts statutes or pronounces decisions. ~ Ronald C White Jr
383:People make all kinds of assumptions when it comes to names, especially when a name isn’t from around here, when they don’t have a clue about how to pronounce it, let alone spell it. ~ Herman Koch
384:Standard English usage is to use the male pronoun when talking about someone whose gender is not known,” Gwendolyn said. “When you avoid pronouns altogether, you really mean ‘she. ~ William Rabkin
385:We instinctively knew that in order for Americans to find refugees like us acceptable, they first had to find our food digestible (not to mention affordable and pronounceable). ~ Viet Thanh Nguyen
386:As the kundalini energy increases, as the energy of the psyche becomes more pronounced, which it does as thought becomes eclipsed by silence, all the variant mind states burn away. ~ Frederick Lenz
387:But I’m still curious to know: can you move a mountain or not?’ ‘If God commands it, I will move it,’ Tikhon pronounced with quiet restraint, again beginning to lower his eyes. ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky
388:It is a grand mistake to think of being great without goodness and I pronounce it as certain that there was never a truly great man that was not at the same time truly virtuous. ~ Benjamin Franklin
389:Speak the speech, I pray you, as I pronounce it to you, trippingly on the tongue; but if you mouth it, as many of your players do, I had as lief the town-crier spoke my lines. ~ William Shakespeare
390:What the light of your mind, which is the direct inspiration of the Almighty, pronounces incredible, that, in God's name, leave uncredited. At your peril do not try believing that! ~ Thomas Carlyle
391:Pronounce a lover 'perfect' can only be a sign that we have failed to understand them. We can claim to have begun to know someone only when they have substantially disappointed us. ~ Alain de Botton
392:He slowed down a bit more. "Gaia, how do you know these things?" She shrugged. "I'm smart." "And modest, too." "Modesty is a waste of time," she pronounced. "I'll keep that in mind. ~ Francine Pascal
393:I probably spent more time listening to albums than writing songs. But I think that gave me all the tricks in terms of wordplay, from how I pronounced my words to the actual delivery. ~ Kendrick Lamar
394:It is time the clergy are told that thinking men, after a close examination of that doctrine, pronounce it to be subversive of true moral development and, therefore, positively noxious. ~ George Eliot
395:Pronouncing a lover “perfect” can only be a sign that we have failed to understand them. We can claim to have begun to know someone only when they have substantially disappointed us. ~ Alain de Botton
396:Fraj-ile," I say, pronouncing it the way she does - as if it might be a popular tourist destination in the Pacific, beautiful Fraj Isle, with its white sandy beaches and shark-filled coves. ~ Dan Chaon
397:On the one hand we publicly pronounce the equality of all peoples; on the other hand, in our immigration laws, we embrace in practice these very theories we abhor and verbally condemn. ~ Emanuel Celler
398:The book smelled dusty and old but also carried a sweet tang, a hint of something inviting. She opened to the first page and started to read, pronouncing the words in a reverent whisper. ~ Shannon Hale
399:The way to learn German, is, to read the same dozen pages over and over a hundred times, till you know every word and particle in them, and can pronounce and repeat them by heart. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
400:So long as there shall exist, by virtue of law and custom, decrees of damnation pronounced by society, artificially creating hells amid the civilization of earth, and adding the element of ~ Victor Hugo
401:Throughout the years I have set up my own rules about eating food: Never eat anything you can't pronounce. Beware of food that is described as, "Some Americans say it tastes like chicken. ~ Erma Bombeck
402:Dr Cohalan, the Bishop of Cork, who pronounced a decree of excommunication on 12 December 1920. In fact the Bishop was extremely even-handed and judicious in his condemnation of violence ~ Tim Pat Coogan
403:Einstellung effect (pronounced EYE-nshtellung). In this phenomenon, an idea you already have in mind, or your simple initial thought, prevents a better idea or solution from being found. ~ Barbara Oakley
404:horror!' "'His last word—to live with,' she murmured. 'Don't you understand I loved him—I loved him—I loved him!' "I pulled myself together and spoke slowly. "'The last word he pronounced ~ Joseph Conrad
405:I brush my teeth and then my hair, pulling it into a ponytail that makes the bruise on my cheek more pronounced because they’ll tear me apart if they think I’m trying to hide anything. ~ Courtney Summers
406:The rhetoric of theory is always in a bind. It pronounces ideas and denounces failures to accept or grasp them while insisting that there are no grounds either for accepting or grasping ideas. ~ Paul Fry
407:I brush my teeth and then my hair, pulling it into a ponytail that makes the bruise on my cheek more pronounced because they’ll tear me apart if they think I’m trying to hide anything.
 ~ Courtney Summers
408:But perhaps nothing speaks more clearly for the absurdities of English pronunciation than that the word for the study of pronunciation in English, orthoepy, can itself be pronounced two ways. ~ Bill Bryson
409:You may ask, “Who wrote the Vedas?” They were not written. The words are the Vedas. A word is Veda, if I can pronounce it rightly. Then it will immediately produce the [desired] effect. ~ Swami Vivekananda
410:Build a name. Personal branding is all about name building. I don’t just mean alphabetical name, but a name that can be spelt in the skills you have and pronounced with the things you do ~ Israelmore Ayivor
411:Do you imagine that a city can continue to exist and not be turned upside down, if the legal judgments which are pronounced in it have no force but are nullified and destroyed by private persons? ~ Socrates
412:George Bernard Shaw’s famous spelling of “fish” as “ghoti”—the first two letters pronounced as the last two in “tough,” the middle letter as in “women,” and the last two as in “nation. ~ William J Bernstein
413:The disciple lives as a reconciler of those that are divided, uniting more closely those that are friends, establishing peace, preparing peace, rich in peace, pronouncing always words of peace ~ Metta Sutta
414:1 The Bohemian name Ántonia is strongly accented on the first syllable, like the English name Anthony, and the i is, of course, given the sound of long e. The name is pronounced An'-ton-ee-ah. ~ Willa Cather
415:I hate American simplicity. I glory in the piling up of complications of every sort. If I could pronounce the name James in any different or more elaborate way I should be in favor of doing it. ~ Henry James
416:The Pacts and Covenants, by which the parts of this Body Politique were at first made, set together, and united, resemble that Fiat, or the Let us make man, pronounced by God in the Creation. ~ Thomas Hobbes
417:The universe swings again into orbit around us.
Am I looking for you or you for me?
The question is wrong.

As long as I keep using two pronouns,
I am this in-between, two-headed thing. ~ Rumi
418:To disdain the moral pronouncements of hypocrites; to be true to my word; to always do what I promise, no more and no less. To hone my talent and wield it like a beacon in a darkening world. ~ Gardner Dozois
419:His interest never flagged.  He would hear the same word twenty times with profound refreshment, mispronounce it in several different ways, and forget it again with magical celerity.  ~ Robert Louis Stevenson
420:I hate American simplicity. I glory in the piling up of complications of every sort. If I could pronounce the name James in any different or more elaborate way I should be in favour of doing it. ~ Henry James
421:I have always thought that a wild animal never looks so well as when some obstacle of pronounced durability is between us. A personal experience has intensified rather than diminished that idea. ~ Bram Stoker
422:I'm suspicious of full-replacement programs - that is, pronouncements that one way of doing something will entirely supplant another, and that in fact we have to hurry the replacement along. ~ Nicholson Baker
423:It was a tough press conference for President Bush. He spent the first ten minutes trying to pronounce Fallujah. ... Bush insisted that Iraq is not Vietnam. Of course not, he avoided Vietnam. ~ David Letterman
424:I use a pseudonym, because my real name is very difficult to pronounce, to remember, and to spell. And many people who have been talking about me on television have yet to pronounce it correctly. ~ Jeff Gannon
425:Dogs should be called by names which are not very long, so that each may obey more quickly when he is called, but they should not have shorter names than those which are pronounced in two syllables. ~ Columella
426:Don't be afraid to think too highly of yourself. If the Creator made you and is not ashamed of the job, certainly you should not be. He pronounced His work good, and you should respect it. ~ Orison Swett Marden
427:He was trying to tell me something.' Derek snorted. 'Aren’t they all? Must be a rule in the ghost handbook—if in danger of evaporating, make sure you’re in the middle of a dire pronouncement. ~ Kelley Armstrong
428:No,” Kai said, still fixed on me. “Nope, Cherry never said they were a female. That’s why I started using neutral pronouns. Also, do you identify as male? We shouldn’t assume, Garrett.” Garrett ~ Megan Erickson
429:Although there are occasions when it is more pronounced and awful and occasions when it is actually horrific, trauma does not just happen to a few unlucky people. It is the bedrock of our biology. ~ Mark Epstein
430:Early in the twentieth century, the physicist Lord Rutherford, best known for his landmark discovery of the atomic nucleus, famously pronounced, “All science is either physics or stamp collecting. ~ Lisa Randall
431:He never pronounced judgment on current events and people, despite some of my hints; and I forbore asking directly, lest I inadvertently say something about someone in his family--or worse, him. ~ Sherwood Smith
432:Priestly was the first (unless it was Becarria) who taught my lips to pronounce this sacred truth--that the greatest happiness of the greatest number is the foundation of morals and legislation. ~ Jeremy Bentham
433:I am Rose Howard and my first name has a homonym. To be accurate, it has a homophone, which is a word that’s pronounced the same as another word, but spelled differently. My homophone name is Rows. ~ Ann M Martin
434:I knew, as soon as I woke up, that the dream had come from God and it was about the reality of Jesus. The truth of Him. The He was a person whose pronouns you had to capitalize. That He was God. ~ Lauren F Winner
435:He was trying to tell me something."
Derek snorted. "Aren’t they all? Must be a rule in the ghost handbook—if in danger of evaporating, make sure you’re in the middle of a dire pronouncement. ~ Kelley Armstrong
436:I don't think theory adds to criticism. (Methodology does, for better or worse.) Theory's function is to make criticism self-conscious, maybe even a little sheepish, about its ex cathedra pronouncements. ~ Paul Fry
437:It's a brilliant surface in that sunlight. The horizon seems quite close to you because the curvature is so much more pronounced than here on earth. It's an interesting place to be. I recommend it. ~ Neil Armstrong
438:The letter . . . What did your lords make of it, I wonder?” Stannis snorted. “Celtigar pronounced it admirable. If I showed him the contents of my privy, he would declare that admirable as well. ~ George R R Martin
439:His eyes were more sunken than I remembered them, and his cheekbones more pronounced. This gave him a harsher, older look - until he smiled, of course, and the sagging cheeks gathered up like curtains. ~ Mitch Albom
440:If the national mind of America be judged of by its legislation, it is of a very high order ... If the American nation be judged of by its literature, it may be pronounced to have no mind at all. ~ Harriet Martineau
441:...after I published a paper showing that suicidal poets used pronouns differently from non-suicidal poets, a slightly inebriated poet threatened me with a butter knife at a party in my own home. ~ James W Pennebaker
442:Growth in productivity has diverged from growth in the share that working people can expect right across advanced economies, but this trend started earlier and has been more pronounced in the U.S. ~ Mariana Mazzucato
443:I do not suffer any experience, pleasant or unpleasant; it is only a 'you' or a 'me' who suffers an experience. This is a very important pronouncement and you should ponder over it deeply. ~ Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj,
444:Susan adored her and worshiped her style, / Loved her pronouncements of "perfect" and "vile," / Loved the sheer whim, the madcap willy-nillyness / And how deeply seriously Nonnie took her own silliness ~ David Rakoff
445:The stars dehisce.

By "stars" I mean, of course, tradition,
and by "tradition" I mean nothing at all.
A pronoun disembowels his antecedent.
Stop me if you've heard this one before. ~ Ben Lerner
446:When the vows were said and the rings were on, the officiant pronounced us husband and wife. I drew Sydney to me and kissed her, full of love and life and the happiness of what we had in store for us. ~ Richelle Mead
447:With her words, the world could spin again. It took great restraint to not unfurl my wings and fly Abby around the mountain, pronouncing to anyone with ears that she loved me. Abigail Miller loved me. ~ Ashlan Thomas
448:Thus by proclaiming blessed those who in the human order are thought hopeless, and by pronouncing woes over those human beings regarded as well off, Jesus opens the kingdom of the heavens to everyone. ~ Dallas Willard
449:What the hell are you doing, trooper?” he managed to bark, his pronounced Adam's apple bobbing furiously.
“Performing the ministry of the sacred Inquisition,” I told him, and shot him through the head. ~ Dan Abnett
450:Can any serious scholar observe the Hoover administration’s massive economic intervention and, with a straight face, pronounce the inevitably deleterious effects as the fault of free markets? Franklin ~ Lawrence W Reed
451:The Brazilians give all the Pirahãs Portuguese names because they can’t pronounce the Pirahã names.” He went on, “This is the same reason, I suppose, that the Pirahãs give all outsiders Pirahã names. ~ Daniel L Everett
452:There are geologists who can pick up a rock and say, 'Yes, there's oil under there.' A geologist who has been studying those kinds of rocks for 10 or 20 years is able to make that pronouncement. ~ Christopher Alexander
453:What, in fact, is a novel but a universe in which action is endowed with form, where final words are pronounced, where people possess one another completely, and where life assumes the aspect of destiny? ~ Albert Camus
454:What good is having a friend who's a cop if he won't give me inside information?"
"So you can ask him to look at a piece of shit pistol after you've already bought it, and pronounce it a piece of shit. ~ Linda Howard
455:And then the Empress’s eyes were on me. “Why, Shield Mallorough,” she drawled. “I don’t think I’ve ever witnessed such a pronounced expression on your face before.”

What in the world did that mean? ~ Moira J Moore
456:My name is unpronounceable in your tongue, woman,” it said. “I’ll be the judge of that,” warned Granny, and added, “Don’t call me woman.” “Very well. My name is WxrtHltl-jwlpklz,” said the demon smugly. ~ Terry Pratchett
457:Dear old Bicky, though a stout fellow and absolutely unrivaled as an imitator of bull-terriers and cats, was in many ways one of the most pronounced fatheads that ever pulled on a suit of gent's underwear. ~ P G Wodehouse
458:His mouth seems to have two positions. One is a perfect oval, where his words seem less pronounced than ejected. The other is a straight line that cuts his face in two. No teeth, lips stretched. Self-satisfied. ~ Katy Tur
459:I say "her," but the pronoun is one of the most terrifying masks man has invented; what came to Charles was not a pronoun, but eyes, looks, the line of the hair over a temple, a nimble step, a sleeping face. ~ John Fowles
460:The kind of man who always thinks that he is right, that his opinions, his pronouncements, are the final word, when once exposed shows nothing there. But a wise man has much to learn without a loss of dignity. ~ Sophocles
461:When we said we were going to do something "directly," which is pronounced "dreckly," we meant that we were going to get to it sooner or later, one of these days, maybe never, and please don't ask again. ~ Timothy B Tyson
462:An Aryan [noble] mind has too much respect for other people, and its sense of its own dignity is too pronounced to allow it to impose its own ideas upon others, even when it knows that its ideas are correct. ~ Julius Evola
463:And so their small, subtle verbs
mince the universe into tenses,
their pronouns and articles
slice people into genders.
They infect us with the finitude
of their visions, their fatal powers. ~ Ramon C Sunico
464:A pronoun, too, will aptly reflect the number of its antecedent: 'they' does not refer to one person, no matter how many personalities she or he has, or how eager you are to skirt the gender frays. ~ Karen Elizabeth Gordon
465:A pronoun, too, will aptly reflect the number of its antecedent: "they" does not refer to one person, no matter how many personalities she or he has, or how eager you are to skirt the gender frays. ~ Karen Elizabeth Gordon
466:Slingerland explains that Chinese philosophers like Confucius, Lao Tse, Zhuangzi, and a few others were concerned with accessing a state called Wu-Wei, pronounced “ooh-way.” This is a state of spontaneous flow. ~ Anonymous
467:Twentieth-century art has allowed me to see things in a cryptic way. I love the butterfly's wings, which disappear when folded and when open leave this brilliant, intense pronouncement of nature, 'Here I am.' ~ Emmet Gowin
468:Common experience is the gold reserve which confers an exchange value on the currency which words are; without this reserve of shared experiences, all our pronouncements are checks drawn on insufficient funds. ~ Rene Daumal
469:Economic depression cannot be cured by legislative action or executive pronouncement. Economic wounds must be healed by the action of the cells of the economic body - the producers and consumers themselves. ~ Herbert Hoover
470:If Germany, thanks to Hitler and his successors, were to enslave the European nations and destroy most of the treasures of their past, future historians would certainly pronounce that she had civilized Europe. ~ Simone Weil
471:If there is one thing certain about English pronunciation it is that there is almost nothing certain about it. No other language in the world has more words spelled the same way and yet pronounced differently. ~ Bill Bryson
472:They won’t be guilty until twelve honest citizens come back from the jury room and pronounce them so. In this country we’re still hanging on to the presumption of innocence, if only by the skin of our teeth. ~ John Mortimer
473:... when your name is really and truly Percy Blakeney, pronounced 'Black-knee', and you still have bad acne in your twenties, you accept Pimple as a nickname and are grateful that it wasn't anything worse. ~ Terry Pratchett
474:You can become instantly successful with a simple thought, but long-lasting and pronounced success comes to those who renew their commitment to a mindset of abundance every minute of every hour of every day. ~ Bryant McGill
475:According to Smith's testimony, that of Jesus, and that of the Bible itself, Joseph Smith was visited by Satan masquerading as God and pronouncing his curse upon the Christian church and the creeds of Christendom. ~ Ed Decker
476:When this pattern becomes more pronounced, and this is very common, the present moment is regarded and treated as if it were an obstacle to be overcome. This is where impatience, frustration, and stress arise, ~ Eckhart Tolle
477:You can become instantly successful with a simple thought, but long-lasting and pronounced success comes to those who renew their commitment to a mindset of abundance every minute of every hour of every day. ~ Bryant H McGill
478:My name is unpronounceable in your tongue, woman,” it said.
“I’ll be the judge of that,” warned Granny, and added, “Don’t call me woman.”
“Very well. My name is WxrtHltl-jwlpklz,” said the demon smugly. ~ Terry Pratchett
479:One interesting remark that showed up in President Trump’s speech on Jerusalem -which should not escape any Semite’s observation- is when he pronounced the name of the ‘United States‘ as the ‘United Diaspora. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim
480:It may . . . be pronounced as an universal axiom in politics, That an hereditary prince, a nobility without vassals, and a people voting by their representatives, form the best monarchy, aristocracy, and democracy. ~ David Hume
481:What was it Saint Augustine said?” He began in a professorial tone, though his tongue was still too thick to pronounce some of the words. “‘If you suppress prostitution, capricious lusts will overthrow society. ~ Oliver P tzsch
482:To be able to let you know who someone is in just a couple of words, I'd have to pick the most pronounced features of a character's personality. And I always feel like I'm leaving out so many important little ones. ~ Lisa Kudrow
483:When I was doing preliminary research on this case, I remembered the story about Tlazolteotl.' [Mulder] glanced at the old archaeologist. 'Am I pronouncing it correctly? It sounds like I'm swallowing a turtle. ~ Kevin J Anderson
484:But nothing I have seen in the world has supported your famous pronouncements that love is more powerful than my kind of magic, Dumbledore.” “Perhaps you have been looking in the wrong places,” suggested Dumbledore. ~ J K Rowling
485:"Croissant": However you choose to pronounce it at home, it is perhaps worth nothing that outside the United States, the closer you can come to saying "kwass-ohn," the sooner you can expect to be presented with one. ~ Bill Bryson
486:I felt like I wasn't doing justice to either side of my life. It wasn't pronounced. Publicity is an awkward thing to do. It is awkward to call people up all the time and ask them for things on a very basic level. ~ Sloane Crosley
487:I was not at all worried about finding my doctor boring; I expected from him, thanks to an art of which the laws escaped me, that he pronounce concerning my health an indisputable oracle by consulting my entrails. ~ Marcel Proust
488:Public sentiment is everything.13 With public sentiment, nothing can fail; without it nothing can succeed. Consequently he who moulds sentiment, goes deeper than he who enacts statutes or pronounces decisions. ~ Ronald C White Jr
489:While Karl Marx made some perceptive pronouncements about the value of books, it was the wiser Marx, Groucho, who observed that “outside of a dog, a book is a man’s best friend. Inside of a dog, it’s too dark to read. ~ Anonymous
490:Yesterday during a speech on national security, Jeb Bush mispronounced Boko Haram and got confused between Iran and Iraq. When reached for comment, his brother George W. said, 'He sure sounds presidentiary to me.' ~ Conan O Brien
491:Isaiah 10Doom to those who pronounce wicked decrees, and keep writing harmful laws 2to deprive the needy of their rights and to rob the poor among my people of justice; to make widows their loot; to steal from orphans! ~ Anonymous
492:I think about the apocalyptic mess I’ve created in the trolley. “Organization happens to be one of my fortes.” “Fort,” he says. “What?” I say. “Apparently it’s pronounced fort. Not fort-tay. One syllable, as in Knox. ~ Lee Nichols
493:As human beings we suffer from an innate tendency to jump to conclusions; to judge people too quickly and to pronounce them failures or heroes without due consideration of the actual facts and ideals of the period. ~ Prince Charles
494:How do you get up in the morning? Another wasted life it's so boring The system never failed you You failed yourself and all of your friends Now your heart is failing too A total system failure they pronounce you ~ Juliana Hatfield
495:I fear that our clumsy pronouncements, our name-calling, our hysteria about important issues—in short, our lack of grace—may in the end prove so damaging that society no longer looks to us for the guidance it needs. ~ Philip Yancey
496:I will raise up prophets to make conflicting pronouncements that inevitably will be garbled in transcription, resulting in mutually exclusive definitions of orthodoxy from which the open-minded will flee in dismay. ~ Sheri S Tepper
497:Avoid pronouncing the phrases everyone else does. Think up your own way of speaking, even if only to convey that thing you think everyone is saying. Make an effort to separate yourself from the internet. Read books. ~ Timothy Snyder
498:give your daughters difficult names. give your daughters names that command the full use of tongue. my name makes you want to tell me the truth. my name doesn’t allow me to trust anyone that cannot pronounce it right. ~ Warsan Shire
499:Gödel’s taste ran in another direction: his favorite movie was Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and when his wife put a pink flamingo in their front yard, he pronounced it furchtbar herzig—“awfully charming. ~ Jim Holt
500:In the 1970s, many intellectuals had become political radicals. Marxism was correct, liberalism was for wimps, and Marx had pronounced that 'the ruling ideas of each age have ever been the ideas of its ruling class.' ~ Steven Pinker


  140 Integral Yoga
   55 Poetry
   36 Christianity
   28 Fiction
   27 Philosophy
   23 Occultism
   13 Psychology
   6 Yoga
   4 Science
   4 Mythology
   3 Theosophy
   1 Philsophy
   1 Mysticism
   1 Integral Theory
   1 Hinduism
   1 Education
   1 Alchemy

   84 Sri Aurobindo
   49 The Mother
   29 Satprem
   26 H P Lovecraft
   22 Saint Augustine of Hippo
   16 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   11 William Wordsworth
   11 Robert Browning
   11 Carl Jung
   8 James George Frazer
   7 Plotinus
   7 Lucretius
   7 Friedrich Nietzsche
   6 Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
   6 A B Purani
   5 Walt Whitman
   5 Nirodbaran
   5 John Keats
   5 Aleister Crowley
   4 Swami Vivekananda
   4 Jorge Luis Borges
   4 Aldous Huxley
   3 Sri Ramakrishna
   3 Plato
   3 George Van Vrekhem
   2 Saint John of Climacus
   2 Rudolf Steiner
   2 Percy Bysshe Shelley
   2 Ovid
   2 Joseph Campbell
   2 Jordan Peterson
   2 Franz Bardon
   2 Anonymous
   2 Alice Bailey

   42 Record of Yoga
   26 Lovecraft - Poems
   16 City of God
   11 Wordsworth - Poems
   11 Browning - Poems
   8 The Golden Bough
   7 The Confessions of Saint Augustine
   7 Of The Nature Of Things
   7 Letters On Yoga IV
   6 The Secret Doctrine
   6 Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo
   5 Whitman - Poems
   5 Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo
   5 Thus Spoke Zarathustra
   5 Letters On Yoga II
   5 Keats - Poems
   5 Agenda Vol 07
   4 The Practice of Psycho therapy
   4 The Perennial Philosophy
   4 The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna
   4 Questions And Answers 1950-1951
   4 Essays In Philosophy And Yoga
   4 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03
   4 Agenda Vol 08
   4 Agenda Vol 01
   3 Words Of Long Ago
   3 Questions And Answers 1957-1958
   3 Questions And Answers 1956
   3 Questions And Answers 1954
   3 Preparing for the Miraculous
   3 Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 02
   3 Mysterium Coniunctionis
   3 Magick Without Tears
   3 Labyrinths
   3 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07
   3 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02
   2 Walden
   2 Twilight of the Idols
   2 The Synthesis Of Yoga
   2 The Life Divine
   2 The Ladder of Divine Ascent
   2 The Human Cycle
   2 The Hero with a Thousand Faces
   2 The Future of Man
   2 The Bible
   2 The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious
   2 Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness
   2 Some Answers From The Mother
   2 Shelley - Poems
   2 Questions And Answers 1955
   2 Prayers And Meditations
   2 Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 01
   2 Metamorphoses
   2 Maps of Meaning
   2 Liber ABA
   2 Letters On Poetry And Art
   2 Let Me Explain
   2 Isha Upanishad
   2 Hymns to the Mystic Fire
   2 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01
   2 Bhakti-Yoga
   2 A Treatise on Cosmic Fire
   2 Anonymous - Poems
   2 Aion
   2 Agenda Vol 12
   2 Agenda Vol 11
   2 Agenda Vol 06
   2 Agenda Vol 04
   2 Agenda Vol 03
   2 Agenda Vol 02
   2 A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah

00.03 - Upanishadic Symbolism, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Man, however, is an epitome of creation. He embraces and incarnates the entire gamut of consciousness and comprises in him all beings from the highest Divinity to the lowest jinn or elf. And yet each human being in his true personality is a lineal descendant of one or other typal aspect or original Personality of the one supreme Reality; and his individual character is all the more pronounced and well-defined the more organised and developed is the being. The psychic being in man is thus a direct descent, an immediate emanation along a definite line of devolution of the supreme consciousness. We may now understand and explain easily why one chooses a particular Ishta, an ideal god, what is the drive that pushes one to become a worshipper of Siva or Vishnu or any other deity. It is not any rational understanding, a weighing of pros and cons and then a resultant conclusion that leads one to choose a path of religion or spirituality. It is the soul's natural call to the God, the type of being and consciousness of which it is a spark, from which it has descended, it is the secret affinity the spiritual blood-relation as it were that determines the choice and adherence. And it is this that we name Faith. And the exclusiveness and violence and bitterness which attend such adherence and which go "by the "name of partisanship, sectarianism, fanaticism etc., a;e a deformation in the ignorance on the physico-vital plane of the secret loyalty to one's source and origin. Of course, the pattern or law is not so simple and rigid, but it gives a token or typal pattern. For it must not be forgotten that the supreme source or the original is one and indivisible and in the highest integration consciousness is global and not exclusive. And the human being that attains such a status is not bound or wholly limited to one particular formation: its personality is based on the truth of impersonality. And yet the two can go together: an individual can be impersonal in consciousness and yet personal in becoming and true to type.

0.01 - I - Sri Aurobindos personality, his outer retirement - outside contacts after 1910 - spiritual personalities: Vibhutis and Avatars - transformtion of human personality, #Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo, #unset, #Kabbalah
   Twice he found it necessary to go out of his way to make public pronouncements on important world-issues, which shows distinctly that renunciation of life is not a part of his Yoga. "The first was in relation to the Second World War. At the beginning he did not actively concern himself with it, but when it appeared as if Hitler would crush all the forces opposed to him and Nazism dominate the world, he began to intervene."[2]

0.02 - Letters to a Sadhak, #Some Answers From The Mother, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  (The sadhak then related his heated conversation with
  someone.) I regret having lost my temper while pronouncing these last sentences. I have noticed that even
  when I am conscious, if I open my mouth I lose my selfcontrol. I get angrier and angrier from one sentence to
  What does “listening to the voice” mean? Is it like
  listening to words that are pronounced? A ready-made
  sentence, “Write down what is there in the estimate”,

0.03 - III - The Evening Sittings, #Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo, #unset, #Kabbalah
   What was talked in the small group informally was not intended by Sri Aurobindo to be the independent expression of his views on the subjects, events or the persons discussed. Very often what he said was in answer to the spiritual need of the individual or of the collective atmosphere. It was like a spiritual remedy meant to produce certain spiritual results, not a philosophical or metaphysical pronouncement on questions, events or movements. The net result of some talks very often was to point out to the disciple the inherent incapacity of the human intellect and its secondary place in the search for the ultimate Reality.
   But there were occasions when he did give his independent, personal views on some problems, on events or other subjects. Even then it was never an authoritarian pronouncement. Most often it appeared to be a logically worked out and almost inevitable conclusion expressed quite impersonally though with firm and sincere conviction. This impersonality was such a prominent trait of his personality! Even in such matters as dispatching a letter or a telegram it would not be a command from him to a disciple to carry out the task. Most often during his usual passage to the dining room he would stop on the way, drop in on the company of four or five disciples and, holding out the letter or the telegram, would say in the most amiable and yet the most impersonal way: "I suppose this has to be sent." And it would be for someone in the group instantly to volunteer and take it. The expression he very often used was "It was done" or "It happened", not "I did."

01.03 - Rationalism, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   But in knowledge it is precisely finality that we seek for and no mere progressive, asymptotic, rapprochement ad infinitum. No less than the Practical Reason, the Theoretical Reason also demands a categorical imperative, a clean affirmation or denial. If Reason cannot do that, it must be regarded as inefficient. It is poor consolation to man that Reason is gradually finding out the truth or that it is trying to grapple with the problems of God, Soul and Immortality and will one day pronounce its verdict. Whether we have or have not any other instrument of knowledge is a different question altoge ther. But in the meanwhile Reason stands condemned by the evidence of its own limitation.

01.05 - Rabindranath Tagore: A Great Poet, a Great Man, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Both the poets were worshippers, idolaters, of beauty, especially of natural physical beauty, of beauty heaped on beauty, of beauty gathered, like honey from all places and stored and ranged and stalled with the utmost decorative skill. Yet the difference between the two is not less pronounced. A philosopher is reminded of Bergson, the great exponent of movement as reality, in connection with certain aspects of Tagore. Indeed, Beauty in Tagore is something moving, flowing, dancing, rippling; it is especially the beauty which music embodies and expresses. A Kalidasian beauty, on the contrary, is statuesque and plastic, it is to be appreciated in situ. This is, however, by the way.

0.10 - Letters to a Young Captain, #Some Answers From The Mother, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  ceremonies. X stands in meditation in front of the body
  and pronounces the phrase, “Sri Aurobindo sharanam
  mama”, and the others, standing round the body, must

02.02 - Lines of the Descent of Consciousness, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   We say that at the lowest level of involution, in Matter, where consciousness has zero magnitude, there is no personality or individuality. It is all a mechanical play of clashing particles that constantly fly apart or come together according to the force or the resultant of forces that act upon them. An individuality means a bounded form as its basis of reaction and a form that tends to persist and grow by assimilation; it means a centre of a definite manner and pattern of reaction. Individuality, in its literal sense, designates that which cannot be divided (in + dividus). Division is only another name for death for the particular entity. Even in the case of cell-division or self-division of some lower organisms, in the first instance the original living entity disappears and, secondly, the succeeding: entities, created by division, always re-form themselves again into integral wholes. A material particle, on the other hand, is divisible ad infinitum. We have been able to divide even an atom (which means also that which cannot be divided) to such an extent as to reduce it to a mere charge of energy, nay, we have sublimated it to a geometrical point. Individualisation starts with the coming of life. It is a ganglion of life-force round which a particular system of action and reaction weaves itself. The characteristic of individuality is that each one is unique, each relates itself to others and to the environment in its own way, each expresses itself, puts forth its energy, receives impacts from outside in a manner that distinguishes it from others. It is true this character of individuality is not very pronounced in the earlier or rudimentary forms of life. Still it is there: it grows and develops slowly along the ladder of evolution. Only in the higher animals it attains a clear and definite norm and form.
   These characters, it is true, are not clear and pronounced, do not lie in front, at the beginning of the human personality. The normal human person has his psyche very much behind; but it is still there as antarymin, as the secret Inner Controller. And whatever the vagaries of the outer instruments or their slavery to the mode of Ignorance, in and through all that, it is this Inner Guide that holds the reins and drives upward in the end.

03.01 - Humanism and Humanism, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The humanism, known to Europe generally, both in its profane and religious aspects, is all "humantoo human" as Nietzsche pronounced it; it was for this reason that the Promethean prophet conjured man to transcend his humanity anyhow, and rise to a superior status of culture and civilisation, of being and consciousness as we would say.

03.06 - Here or Otherwhere, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   "A question is often asked of us whether it is possible to do Yoga while remaining in the world. Some declare outright that it is not possible: world and Yoga are, like oil and water, absolutely different things, they do not go together. World means, to put it plainly, earning money and raising family. Well, these two are the very opposite of Yoga, for they involve, at their best, desire and attachment and, at their worst, dishonesty and deceit, lust and libertinage. There is the other school, on the contrary, that pronounces that a Yogic life must be lived in the world if it is not your intention to leave that world altoge ther and seek and merge in the Beyond, the otherwhere, the immutable transcendent Brahman. It is quite possible for one to be in the very midst of the worldly forces and yet remain unshaken by them. Therefore it has been said: When the causes of disturbance are there and still the mind is not disturbedhat indeed is the sign of a wise steadiness.

05.19 - Lone to the Lone, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Some mystics and philosophers recently come into vogue (inspired or encouraged by the Christian or the Buddhist way of Realisation) have emphasised this outlook. But it has also been counterbalanced by another way of spiritual growth and fulfilment: we may call it the modern way, for it has been a pronounced characteristic of the modern consciousness. We referred in our previous essay to the Existentialist who has attracted so much attention in these days, the linchpin of whose philosophy is the value of the individual person, especially the individual personal in relation to each other. Kierkegaard, the Danish mystic, from whom this school is supposed to originate, speaks of the Absolute as the Single One that excludes and annuls all "others", the crowd. He lays especial emphasis upon complete solitariness and total renunciation as the very condition, sine qua non, of the soul's spiritual journey and yet characterises the singlenessof the one in terms that make of it an essential whole, an integer. Man must isolate himself from his phenomenal being, certainlyas the neti netiformula enjoins but also he must first find or become his real self, realise his true individuality before he can reach God, the Divine Self, identify himself with the Transcendent. It is only a freely and truly formed individual being that can give itself to the Divine or become one with it. This true individuality is indeed a solitary being away and apart from the crowd of personalities that surround itit has been called by the Indian mystics, the Purusha in the heart, no bigger than the thumb, the Dwarf Godhead (Vmana).

06.35 - Second Sight, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Human contact has thus a harmful effect upon the animal's instinctive life. But in another way it may have an uplifting influence too. Some of the refined human sentimentssympathy, gratitude, faithfulness, self-sacrificein a pronounced human way find expression in animals that are domesticated and live close to man and within the human atmosphere. It is true many of these feelings are not totally absent in the animal kingdom (especially in the higher strata) in its natural or wild state, but they belong to the level of pure feeling or impulse and have not risen to the level of sentiments which have a mental element infused into their vital stuff. Indeed a strong mental element, a reasoning capacity sometimes very clearly develops in the domestic animal.

07.40 - Service Human and Divine, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Just an illustration of the quality of the spirit that animates humanitarianism. A charitable man will give generously for a thing that is known, recognised, appreciated; he will be liberal if he finds his name attached to the work, announced and pronounced, if there is fame for him in it. But ask him a dole for something genuine, comparatively modest or out of the way, something that is truly spiritual and divine, you will find his purse-strings tightened, his heart closed up. A gift that bears no value to the giver does not tempt the ordinary humanitarian. There is indeed another different category of givers, of the opposite kind, who want precisely to remain anonymous: they would be displeased if their names were announced. But the motive here too is not very different; in fact it is the same motive acting rebours, backward as it were. Here there is an additional element of self-glorification: one gives and people do not know who he is; it is something all the more to be proud of.

1.007 - Initial Steps in Yoga Practice, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  Whenever there is repeated persistence in one given direction with reference to any chosen point of attention, we will see that some sort of success results. If a laboratory scientist is to analyse the structure of an atom, he will analyse a particular atom repeatedly by bombarding it with various kinds of light rays, but he will not go on changing the atoms today this atom, tomorrow that atom, today a hydrogen atom, tomorrow some other thing. That will not lead to success. A particular object will be taken up for consideration, observation and analysis, and a repeated attempt will be made to go deep into its structure until its mystery is revealed. So for this, great leisure is necessary, persistence is necessary, energy and willpower are necessary, and there is no need to mention that we must be free from all other outward distractions. When one takes to the practice of yoga, there should be no distraction of any pronounced nature. Minor distractions may be there, but serious distractions which will divert our attention markedly from the point of attention should not be there.

1.00a - Introduction, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  Much thought has gone into the construction of your Motto. "I will become" can be turned neatly enough as "Let there be;" by avoiding the First pronoun one gets the idea of "the absorption of the Self in the Beloved," which is exactly what you want.
  One Gnostic secret way of spelling and pronouncing Jehovah is and this has the value 811. So has "Let there be," Fiat, transliterating into Greek.

1.00b - Introduction, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  Anyone who should believe to find in this work nothing else but a collection of recipes, with the aid of which he can easily and without any effort attain to honour and glory, riches and power and aim at the annihilation of his enemies, might be told from the very inception, that he will put aside this book, being very disappointed.
  Numerous sects and religions do not understand the expression of magic otherwise than black art, witchcraft or conspiracy with evil powers. It is therefore not astonishing that many people are frightened by a certain horror, whenever the word magic is pronounced. Jugglers, conjurers, and charlatans have discredited this term and, considering this circumstance, there is no surprise that magic knowledge has always been looked upon with a slight disregard.
  Even in the remotest times the MAGUS has been regarded as one of the highest adepts and it might be of interest to learn that, as a matter of fact, the word magic is derived from this word. The so called sorcerers are by no means initiates but only imitators to the mysteries, who counting partly on the ignorance and partly on the credulity of the individuality or a whole nation in order to reach their selfish aims by, lies and fraud. The true magician will always despise such practices.

1.00c - DIVISION C - THE ETHERIC BODY AND PRANA, #A Treatise on Cosmic Fire, #Alice Bailey, #Occultism
  In dealing with the second group, the human form transmits the emanative radiations to a much higher grade of deva. These devas are of a more pronounced hue, and after due assimilation of the human radiation, they transmit it principally to the animal kingdom, thus demonstrating the close relationship between the two kingdoms. If the above explanation of the intricate inter-relation between the sun and the planets, between the planets and the evolving forms upon them, between the forms themselves in ever descending importance demonstrates nothing more than the exquisite interdependence of all existences, then much will have been achieved.

1.00e - DIVISION E - MOTION ON THE PHYSICAL AND ASTRAL PLANES, #A Treatise on Cosmic Fire, #Alice Bailey, #Occultism
  As evolution proceeds, the other centres attain a more pronounced vibration and the fire (circulating triangularly) will bring them into greater prominence; the two above mentioned, however, are of prime importance at this time. These two, with the lesser triangle of our chain, constitute the focal point of energy viewed from our planetary standpoint.

1.00 - Gospel, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  Dr. Sarkr arrived the following noon and pronounced that life had departed not more than half an hour before. At five o'clock the Master's body was brought downstairs, laid on a cot, dressed in ochre clothes, and decorated with sandal-past and flowers. A procession was formed. The passers-by wept as the body was taken to the cremation ground at the Brnagore Ght on the Ganges.

1.01 - Economy, #Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience, #Henry David Thoreau, #Philosophy
  I am far from supposing that my case is a peculiar one; no doubt many of my readers would make a similar defence. At doing something,I will not engage that my neighbors shall pronounce it good,I do not hesitate to say that I should be a capital fellow to hire; but what that is, it is for my employer to find out. What _good_ I do, in the common sense of that word, must be aside from my main path, and for the most part wholly unintended. Men say, practically, Begin where you are and such as you are, without aiming mainly to become of more worth, and with kindness aforethought go about doing good. If I were to preach at all in this strain, I should say rather, Set about being good. As if the sun should stop when he had kindled his fires up to the splendor of a moon or a star of the sixth magnitude, and go about like a Robin
  Goodfellow, peeping in at every cottage window, inspiring lunatics, and tainting meats, and making darkness visible, instead of steadily increasing his genial heat and beneficence till he is of such brightness that no mortal can look him in the face, and then, and in the mean while too, going about the world in his own orbit, doing it good, or rather, as a truer philosophy has discovered, the world going about him getting good. When Phaeton, wishing to prove his heavenly birth by his beneficence, had the suns chariot but one day, and drove out of the beaten track, he burned several blocks of houses in the lower streets of heaven, and scorched the surface of the earth, and dried up every spring, and made the great desert of Sahara, till at length Jupiter hurled him headlong to the earth with a thunderbolt, and the sun, through grief at his death, did not shine for a year.

1.01 - NIGHT, #Faust, #Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, #Poetry
  (He seizes the book, and mysteriously pronounces the sign of
  the Spirit. A ruddy flame flashes: the Spirit appears in

1.01 - SAMADHI PADA, #Patanjali Yoga Sutras, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  be a natural connection between the symbol and the thing
  signified; then, when that symbol is pronounced, it recalled
  the thing signified. The commentator says the manifesting
  ( Aum ) is such a sound, the basis of all sounds. The first letter,
  A, is the root sound, the key, pronounced without touching
  pulsation coming over it. You have that calm lake in you, and
  I pronounce a word, cow. As soon as it enters through

1.01 - THAT ARE THOU, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  Disease is not cured by pronouncing the name of medicine, but by taking medicine. Deliverance is not achieved by repeating the word Brahman, but by directly experiencing Brahman.
  I live, yet not I, but Christ in me. Or perhaps it might be more accurate to use the verb transitively and say, I live, yet not I; for it is the Logos who lives melives me as an actor lives his part. In such a case, of course, the actor is always infinitely superior to the rle. Where real life is concerned, there are no Shakespearean characters, there are only Addisonian Catos or, more often, grotesque Monsieur Perrichons and Charlies Aunts mistaking themselves for Julius Caesar or the Prince of Denmark. But by a merciful dispensation it is always in the power of every dramatis persona to get his low, stupid lines pronounced and supernaturally transfigured by the divine equivalent of a Garrick.

1.01 - The Unexpected, #Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo, #Nirodbaran, #Integral Yoga
  Each gentle movement of the leg by the doctor made Sri Aurobindo let out a short "Ah!" which prompted the Mother to ask, "Is it hurting you?" Throughout the investigation he uttered very few words, only to answer the doctor's questions. Finally the doctor pronounced that there was a fracture of the thigh bone. Sri Aurobindo simply heard the verdict and made no comment.

1.02 - In the Beginning, #unset, #Rabbi Moses Luzzatto, #Kabbalah
  And this name, Allah, itself contains the symbol of that union between the two complementary poles of being out of which the Universe is generated. Formed of twin syllables of which the first has for its initial letter Alif, the characteristic sign of the Masculine, and the second for its final letter He, the constant symbol of the Feminine, it seems to be merely the inversion in combination of one and the same essential article and can be mystically translated, as indeed it is translated by some of the Sufis,by the two pronouns He and She.

1.02 - MAPS OF MEANING - THREE LEVELS OF ANALYSIS, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  competence176; allows the ability of each to become the capability of all. Precise duplicative facility,
  however, still retains pronounced limitations. Specific behaviors retain their adaptive significance only
  within particular, restricted environments (only within bounded frames of reference). If environmental
  for him to be struck down by bodyguards on the spot. But the fact that he was speaking for an
  authority not his own was so transparent that the king accepted Elijahs pronouncement as just.
  The same striking sequence recurred in the incident of David and Bathsheba. From the top of his roof

1.02 - The Age of Individualism and Reason, #The Human Cycle, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The individualistic age of Europe was in its beginning a revolt of reason, in its culmination a triumphal progress of physical Science. Such an evolution was historically inevitable. The dawn of individualism is always a questioning, a denial. The individual finds a religion imposed upon him which does not base its dogma and practice upon a living sense of ever verifiable spiritual Truth, but on the letter of an ancient book, the infallible dictum of a Pope, the tradition of a Church, the learned casuistry of schoolmen and Pundits, conclaves of ecclesiastics, heads of monastic orders, doctors of all sorts, all of them unquestionable tribunals whose sole function is to judge and pronounce, but none of whom seems to think it necessary or even allowable to search, test, prove, inquire, discover. He finds that, as is inevitable under such a regime, true science and knowledge are either banned, punished and persecuted or else rendered obsolete by the habit of blind reliance on fixed authorities; even what is true in old authorities is no longer of any value, because its words are learnedly or ignorantly repeated but its real sense is no longer lived except at most by a few. In politics he finds everywhere divine rights, established privileges, sanctified tyrannies which are evidently armed with an oppressive power and justify themselves by long prescription, but seem to have no real claim or title to exist. In the social order he finds an equally stereotyped reign of convention, fixed disabilities, fixed privileges, the self-regarding arrogance of the high, the blind prostration of the low, while the old functions which might have justified at one time such a distri bution of status are either not performed at all or badly performed without any sense of obligation and merely as a part of caste pride. He has to rise in revolt; on every claim of authority he has to turn the eye of a resolute inquisition; when he is told that this is the sacred truth of things or the comm and of God or the immemorial order of human life, he has to reply, But is it really so? How shall I know that this is the truth of things and not superstition and falsehood? When did God comm and it, or how do I know that this was the sense of His comm and and not your error or invention, or that the book on which you found yourself is His word at all, or that He has ever spoken His will to mankind? This immemorial order of which you speak, is it really immemorial, really a law of Nature or an imperfect result of Time and at present a most false convention? And of all you say, still I must ask, does it agree with the facts of the world, with my sense of right, with my judgment of truth, with my experience of reality? And if it does not, the revolting individual flings off the yoke, declares the truth as he sees it and in doing so strikes inevitably at the root of the religious, the social, the political, momentarily perhaps even the moral order of the community as it stands, because it stands upon the authority he discredits and the convention he destroys and not upon a living truth which can be successfully opposed to his own. The champions of the old order may be right when they seek to suppress him as a destructive agency perilous to social security, political order or religious tradition; but he stands there and can no other, because to destroy is his mission, to destroy falsehood and lay bare a new foundation of truth.

1.02 - The Development of Sri Aurobindos Thought, #Preparing for the Miraculous, #George Van Vrekhem, #unset
  like Stephen Hawking, Richard Dawkins and Steven Wein-
  berg launch their pronouncements from the peaks of their
  popular fame. A few years ago, Stephen Hawking summed

1.02 - The Magic Circle, #The Practice of Magical Evocation, #Franz Bardon, #Occultism
  The magician who is also acquainted with Quabbalah can draw another snake-like circle within the inner circle and divide it into 72 fields, giving each of these fields the name of a genius. These names of genii, together with their analogies, must be drawn magically by pronouncing them correctly. If working with a circle embroidered into a piece of cloth, the names inserted into the various fields must either be in Latin or in Hebrew. I shall give exact details about the genii and their analogies, use and effect in my next work called "The Key to the True Quabbalah". An embroidered circle has the advantage that it can easily be laid out and folded -together again without having to be drawn and charged anew each time it is to be used. The snake presented in the centre is not only the copy of an inner circle, but, above that, it is the symbol of wisdom. Besides this, other meanings may be attri buted to this snake-symbol, for example the snake's strength, the power of imagination, etc. It is not possible to give a full description of all this, for this would go far beyond the aim of this book.

1.02 - The Two Negations 1 - The Materialist Denial, #The Life Divine, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  8:From the difference in the relations of Spirit and Matter to the Unknowable which they both represent, there arises also a difference of effectiveness in the material and the spiritual negations. The denial of the materialist although more insistent and immediately successful, more facile in its appeal to the generality of mankind, is yet less enduring, less effective finally than the absorbing and perilous refusal of the ascetic. For it carries within itself its own cure. Its most powerful element is the Agnosticism which, admitting the Unknowable behind all manifestation, extends the limits of the unknowable until it comprehends all that is merely unknown. Its premiss is that the physical senses are our sole means of Knowledge and that Reason, therefore, even in its most extended and vigorous flights, cannot escape beyond their domain; it must deal always and solely with the facts which they provide or suggest; and the suggestions themselves must always be kept tied to their origins; we cannot go beyond, we cannot use them as a bridge leading us into a domain where more powerful and less limited faculties come into play and another kind of inquiry has to be instituted.
  9:A premiss so arbitrary pronounces on itself its own sentence of insufficiency. It can only be maintained by ignoring or explaining away all that vast field of evidence and experience which contradicts it, denying or disparaging noble and useful faculties, active consciously or obscurely or at worst latent in all human beings, and refusing to investigate supraphysical phenomena except as manifested in relation to matter and its movements and conceived as a subordinate activity of material forces. As soon as we begin to investigate the operations of mind and of supermind, in themselves and without the prejudgment that is determined from the beginning to see in them only a subordinate term of Matter, we come into contact with a mass of phenomena which escape entirely from the rigid hold, the limiting dogmatism of the materialist formula. And the moment we recognise, as our enlarging experience compels us to recognise, that there are in the universe knowable realities beyond the range of the senses and in man powers and faculties which determine rather than are determined by the material organs through which they hold themselves in touch with the world of the senses, - that outer shell of our true and complete existence, - the premiss of materialistic Agnosticism disappears. We are ready for a large statement and an ever-developing inquiry.
  10:But, first, it is well that we should recognise the enormous, the indispensable utility of the very brief period of rationalistic Materialism through which humanity has been passing. For that vast field of evidence and experience which now begins to reopen its gates to us, can only be safely entered when the intellect has been severely trained to a clear austerity; seized on by unripe minds, it lends itself to the most perilous distortions and misleading imaginations and actually in the past encrusted a real nucleus of truth with such an accretion of perverting superstitions and irrationalising dogmas that all advance in true knowledge was rendered impossible. It became necessary for a time to make a clean sweep at once of the truth and its disguise in order that the road might be clear for a new departure and a surer advance. The rationalistic tendency of Materialism has done mankind this great service.


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Wikipedia - M-DM- -- Letter of the Latin script, and used in the Maltese (Malti) language pronounces M-bM-^@M-^XjM-bM-^@M-^Y formed from G with the addition of a dot above the letter
Wikipedia - Nasal consonant -- Consonant pronounced by letting air escape through the nose but not through the mouth
Wikipedia - No One Can Pronounce My Name -- novel written by Rakesh Satyal
Wikipedia - Object pronoun -- Personal pronoun that is used typically as a grammatical object
Wikipedia - One (pronoun) -- English language, gender-neutral, indefinite pronoun
Wikipedia - Personal pronouns
Wikipedia - Personal pronoun -- Pronoun that is associated with a particular grammatical person
Wikipedia - Possessive pronouns
Wikipedia - Possessive pronoun
Wikipedia - Preferred gender pronouns
Wikipedia - Preferred gender pronoun -- Third person pronouns preferred by individuals to describe their gender
Wikipedia - Prepositional pronoun
Wikipedia - Pro-drop language -- Language in which certain pronouns may sometimes be omitted
Wikipedia - Pronounced Jah-Nay -- Debut studio album by ZhanM-CM-)
Wikipedia - Pronoun game
Wikipedia - Pronoun (musician) -- American folk musician
Wikipedia - Pronoun (publishing platform)
Wikipedia - Pronoun reversal
Wikipedia - Pronoun -- Word that substitutes for a noun or noun phrase
Wikipedia - Reciprocal pronoun
Wikipedia - Reflexive pronoun
Wikipedia - Relative pronoun
Wikipedia - Resumptive pronoun
Wikipedia - Singular they -- Gender-neutral English pronoun
Wikipedia - Spivak pronoun -- A set of gender-neutral pronouns in English
Wikipedia - Subjective pronouns
Wikipedia - Subject pronoun
Wikipedia - Thou -- English archaic personal pronoun
Wikipedia - Town crier -- Officer of the court who makes public pronouncements as required by the court
Wikipedia - Weak pronoun
Wikipedia - Who (pronoun)
Wikipedia - X (Ed Sheeran album) -- 2014 Ed Sheeran album, pronounced 'multiply'
Wikipedia - Yotsugana -- Four kana in Japanese that are pronounced the same in some regions
Wikipedia - You -- Personal pronoun to denote the interlocutor
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The Sylvester & Tweety Show ::: 30min | Animation, Family, Comedy | TV Series (1976 ) A pitiful cat with a pronounced lisp spends his time trying to catch and eat a little yellow canary, who always seems to outsmart his wicked plans. Stars: Mel Blanc, June Foray, Daws Butler,_Verbs_and_Dictionary
Love Live! School Idol Project -- -- Sunrise -- 13 eps -- Other -- Music Slice of Life School -- Love Live! School Idol Project Love Live! School Idol Project -- Otonokizaka High School is in a crisis! With the number of enrolling students dropping lower and lower every year, the school is set to shut down after its current first years graduate. However, second year Honoka Kousaka refuses to let it go without a fight. Searching for a solution, she comes across popular school idol group A-RISE and sets out to create a school idol group of her own. With the help of her childhood friends Umi Sonoda and Kotori Minami, Honoka forms μ's (pronounced "muse") to boost awareness and popularity of her school. -- -- Unfortunately, it's all easier said than done. Student council president Eri Ayase vehemently opposes the establishment of a school idol group and will do anything in her power to prevent its creation. Moreover, Honoka and her friends have trouble attracting any additional members. But the Love Live, a competition to determine the best and most beloved school idol groups in Japan, can help them gain the attention they desperately need. With the contest fast approaching, Honoka must act quickly and diligently to try and bring together a school idol group and win the Love Live in order to save Otonokizaka High School. -- -- -- Licensor: -- NIS America, Inc. -- 367,131 7.43
Yami no Shihosha Judge -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Supernatural Horror Seinen -- Yami no Shihosha Judge Yami no Shihosha Judge -- Hoichiro Ohma works in an office. Everybody knows him as a silent, humble man. Even his girlfriend, Nanase, doesn't suspect that he could be something more, but he is. When a person dies as a victim of murder; when someone kills himself with a curse on his lips; when someone's death needs to be judged, he is there, for he is a Judge Of Darkness. Following the Laws Of Darkness, with a book made of human skin and an unusual parrot, he pronounces judgement over living criminals that would otherwise go free. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- OVA - Jun 15, 1991 -- 2,983 5.35,_4th_edition,_London,_1806).pdf
A Chinese Syllabary Pronounced According to the Dialect of Canton
Adyghe pronouns
A Pronouncing Dictionary of American English
Austronesian personal pronouns
Blaj Pronouncement
Bound variable pronoun
Catalan personal pronouns
Chinese pronouns
CMU Pronouncing Dictionary
Disjunctive pronoun
Distributive pronoun
Dummy pronoun
Elle (Spanish pronoun)
English personal pronouns
English Pronouncing Dictionary
French pronouns
Gender neutrality in languages with gendered third-person pronouns
German pronouns
He (pronoun)
Hindi pronouns
Indefinite pronoun
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry
Intensive pronoun
I (pronoun)
It (pronoun)
Japanese pronouns
Korean pronouns
List of FASB pronouncements
Nakivubo Pronouncement
No One Can Pronounce My Name
Object pronoun
One (pronoun)
Personal pronoun
Portuguese personal pronouns
Preferred gender pronoun
Prepositional pronoun
(Pronounced 'Lh-'nrd 'Skin-'nrd)
Pronoun (musician)
Pronoun (publishing platform)
Pronoun reversal
Proto-Indo-European pronouns
Reflexive pronoun
Relative pronoun
Ri (pronoun)
She (pronoun)
Slovene pronouns
Spanish object pronouns
Spanish personal pronouns
Spanish pronouns
Spivak pronoun
Subject pronoun
Talk:Xe (pronoun)
Vietnamese pronouns
Who (pronoun)
Ye (pronoun)

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