Singular Related Quotes



Approaching forty, I had a singular dream in which I almost grasped the meaning and understood the nature of what it is that wastes in wasted time.

Cyril Connolly


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It might, too, have been the singular cold that alienated me; for such chilliness was abnormal on so hot a day, and the abnormal always excites aversion, distrust, and fear.

H. P. Lovecraft


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It took them only an instant to cut of that head, but it is unlikely that a hundred years will suffice to reproduce a singular one.

Antoine Lavoisier


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The politics of trans-identity seeks to move from the _politics of singular identity_ to the _politics of multiple solidarities_ across various identities without abandoning one's personal attachments and commitments to the group that one finds significant.

Namsoon Kang


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To me, this is the singular privilege of reading literature: we are allowed to step into another's life.

Nicole Krauss


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Movies will end up being this esoteric art form, where only singular people will put films out in a small group of theaters.

M. Night Shyamalan


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Singularity is only pardonable in old age and retirement; I may now be as singular as I please, but you may not.

Lord Chesterfield


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Companies should not have a singular view of profitability. There needs to be a balance between commerce and social responsibility... The companies that are authentic about it will wind up as the companies that make more money.

Howard Schultz


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Ours is an age in which thousands are driven daily from their homelands by the unforgiving brutalities of war, terrorism, political oppression, starvation, disease, economic piracy, and the relentless suffocation of that singular breath which makes human beings individuals.

Aberjhani


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Singular indeed the people should be writhing under oppression and injury, and yet not one among them to be found, to raise the voice of complaint.

Abraham Lincoln


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