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"Whether it's string writing or whatever, I try to write for what each instrumentalist can do best." - Chuck Mangione

"God holds each of us by a string. When we sin, we cut the string. But God ties it up again, making a knot. Each time our wrongdoing cuts the string, God ties another knot drawing us up closer to Him." - Meister Eckhart

"God in heaven holds each person by a string. When you sin, you cut the string. Then God ties it up again. Making a knot, bringing you a little closer to Him. Again and again your sins cut the string and with each knot God keeps drawing you closer and closer." - Anthony De Mello

"A guitar is just theoretically built wrong. Each string is an interval of fourths, and then the B string is off. Theoretically, that's not right, all the strings should be off." - Eddie Van Halen

"Each string of a wind harp responds with a different note to the same breeze. What activity makes you personally resonate most strongly, most deeply?" - David Steindl-Rast

"... each of the 24 modes in the Ramanujan function corresponds to a physical vibration of a string. Whenever the string executes its complex motions in space-time by splitting and recombining, a large number of highly sophisticated mathematical identities must be satisfied. These are precisely the mathematical identities discovered by Ramanujan." - Michio Kaku

"I've cried over string arrangements." - Janelle Monae

"Speaking English is like tongue-twist for me. I can speak each word perfect, but then you have to string them together like, 'Blah, blah, blah.' That's when I get crazy." - Jackie Chan

"The mastery of one's phonemes may be compared to the violinist's mastery of fingering. The violin string lends itself to a continuous gradation of tones, but the musician learns the discrete intervals at which to stop the string in order to play the conventional notes. We sound our phonemes like poor violinists, approximating each time to a fancied norm, and we receive our neighbor's renderings indulgently, mentally rectifying the more glaring inaccuracies." - Willard Van Orman Quine

"Shall it not be scorn to me to harp on such a moulder'd string? I am shamed through all my nature to have lov'd so slight a thing." - Alfred Lord Tennyson

"I've plenty of bows to my string." - Vinnie Jones

"I'm the Ted Bundy of string theory." - Sam Harris

"I've Got the World on a String," - Louis Armstrong

"Because two people in love don't make a hive mind. Neither should they want to be a hive mind, to think the same, to know the same. It's about being separate and still loving each other, being distinct from each other. One is the violin string one is the bow." - Graham Joyce

"if a violin string could ache, i would be that string." - Vladimir Nabokov

"Complainers detest each other." - Mason Cooley

"Court each other forever." - Zig Ziglar

"Create each day anew." - Morihei Ueshiba

"The body of science is not, as it is sometimes thought, a huge coherent mass of facts, neatly arranged in sequence, each one attached to the next by a logical string. In truth, whenever we discover a new fact it involves the elimination of old ones. We are always, as it turns out, fundamentally in error." - Lewis Thomas

"I had never thought about it, but summer was Dill by the fishpool smoking string, Dill's eyes alive with complicated plans to make Boo Radley emerge; summer was the swiftness with which Dill would reach up and kiss me when Jem was not looking, the longings we sometimes felt each other feel. With him, life was routine; without him, life was unbearable..." - Scout Finch" - Harper Lee

"The charm of eloquence - the skill To wake each secret string, And from the bosom's chords at will Life's mournful music bring; The o'ermast'ring strength of mind, which sways The haughty and the free, Whose might earth's mightiest ones obey This charm was given to thee." - Emma Catherine Embury

"Christina Baker Kline writes exquisitely about two unlikely friends-one, a 91-year-old survivor of the grinding poverty of rural Ireland, immigrant New York and the hardscrabble Midwest; and the other, a casualty of a string of foster homes-each struggling to transcend a past of isolation and hardship. Orphan Train will hold you in its grip as their fascinating tales unfold." - Cathy Marie Buchanan

"Sappho was a worshipper of the Aphrodite cult and on the island of Lesbos there were many cliff-jumpers. They all jumped. Some may say they flew in ecstasy. If only for nine seconds - one second for each string of the lyre." - Peter Greenaway

"Christina Baker Kline writes exquisitely about two unlikely friends-one, a 91-year-old survivor of the grinding poverty of rural Ireland, immigrant New York and the hardscrabble Midwest; and the other, a casualty of a string of foster homes-each struggling to transcend a past of isolation and hardship. Orphan Train will hold you in its grip as their fascinating tales unfold." - Cathy Marie Buchanan

"Never suffer an exception to occur till the new habit is securely rooted in your life. Each lapse is like the letting fall of a ball of string which one is carefully winding up; a single slip undoes more than a great many turns will wind again." - William James

"I come fresh from the street, fast on my feet, kind a lean and lazy; not much meat on my bones, and a whole lot alone, and more than a little bit crazy. The old six string was all I had to keep my belly still, and for each full hour lesson I gave I got a crisp ten dollar bill." - Harry Chapin

"To the extent that we even understand string theory, it may imply a massive number of possible different universes with different laws of physics in each universe, and there may be no way of distinguishing between them or saying why the laws of physics are the way they are. And if I can predict anything, then I haven't explained anything." - Lawrence M Krauss

"When anesthesia was developed, it was for many decades routinely withheld from women giving birth, since women were "supposed" to suffer. One of the few societies to take a contrary view was the Huichol tribe in Mexico. The Huichol believed that the pain of childbirth should be shared, so the mother would hold on to a string tied to her husband's testicles. With each painful contraction, she would give the string a yank so that the man could share the burden. Surely if such a mechanism were more widespread, injuries in childbirth would garner more attention." - Nicholas D Kristof

"Two touch the string, The harp is dumb." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Just like an ordinary guitar string, a fundamental string can vibrate in different modes. And it is these different modes of vibration of the string that are understood in string theory as being the different elementary particles." - Lee Smolin

"Every paper girl needs at least one string." - John Green

"Words from the thread on which we string our experiences." - Aldous Huxley

"... safety that depends on an apron-string is very unsafe!" - Margaret Deland

"If a string has one end, it has another." - Gautama Buddha

"News Headline Noun String Length World Record Breaker Runner-Up" - James Taranto

"Why pluck one string when you can strum the guitar?" - Aaron Weiss

"Trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Words form the thread on which we string our experiences." - Aldous Huxley

"The Detroit String Quartet played Brahms last night. Brahms lost." - Bennett Cerf

"I can fish from a stick and a string." - Giancarlo Esposito

"I have sounded the very base-string of humility." - William Shakespeare

"The bottom string is tuned to an open G." - Jules Shear

"Mates help each other; they do not tax each other." - Tony Abbott

"We do not love each other without changing each other." - Madeleine L'Engle

"Each day the first day: Each day a life." - Dag Hammarskjold

"I've got the world on a string, sittin' on a rainbow, got the string around my finger." - Ted Koehler

"Each Australian is a Ulysses." - Christina Stead

"Each thing implies the universe." - Jorge Luis Borges

"Each moment presents what happens." - John Cage

"Enthusiasts soon understand each other." - Washington Irving

"Forever bound to each another" - Chris Bradford

"Words belong to each other." - Virginia Woolf

"Be. Nice. To. Each. Other!" - Mateus Ward

"Love each other or perish." - Mitch Albom

"We all need each other." - Leo Buscaglia

"People can forgive each other." - Jo Brand

"Each brushstroke is a decision." - Robert Motherwell

"Mutually counting on each other, watching each other's backs, forcing each other to be brave." - Suzanne Collins

"I search his eyes for the slightest sign of anything, fear, remorse, anger. But there's only the same look of amusement that ended our last conversation. It's as if he's speaking the words again. "Oh, my dear Miss Everdeen. I thought we had agreed not to lie to each other." He's right. We did. The point of my arrow shifts upward. I release the string. And President Coin collapses over the side of the balcony and plunges to the ground. Dead." - Suzanne Collins

"Life is like a piece of string with a lot of knots tied in it. The knots are the karma you're born with from all your past lives, and the object of human life is to try and undo all those knots. That's what chanting and meditation in God consciousness can do. Otherwise you simply tie another ten knots each time you try to undo one knot. That's how karma works." - George Harrison

"an investment in the product serves as the string that pulls the user back. To do this, the habit-forming technology increases the value of the product with each pass through the Hook. Through successive cycles of the Hook Model, users increase their affinity for the experience. They increasingly come to rely on the product as the solution to their problems until finally, the new habit - and routine - is formed.
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"Each heartfelt prayer, each Church meeting attended, each worthy friend, each righteous decision, each act of service performed all precede that goal of eternal life." - Thomas S Monson

"What I like about organizing things that way is that each story gets nearly full reign over its own space, but all of them are hung on a single string - the loosely-reined voice mentioned above. Thus the collection jogs away from suzerainty and past federation toward, I guess, alliance. Or maybe call each story a separate house on a single street? Or it's all a line of dive bars on some wharf front? What the hell, let's call reading the collection a pub crawl, but with words." - Roy Kesey

"The best theory comes from string theory, which states that dark matter is nothing but a higher vibration of the string. We are, in some sense, the lowest octave of a vibrating string." - Michio Kaku

"For each thorn, there's a rosebud... For each twilight - a dawn... For each trial - the strength to carry on, For each storm cloud - a rainbow... For each shadow - the sun... For each parting - sweet memories when sorrow is done." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Each of us bears the imprint of a friend met along the way; In each the trace of each." - Primo Levi

"Each of us inevitable; Each of us limitless-each of us with his or her right upon the earth." - Walt Whitman

"That's love: Two lonely persons keep each other safe and touch each other and talk to each other." - Rainer Maria Rilke

"And each of us can practice rights ourselves, treating each other without discrimination, respecting each other's dignity and rights." - Carol Bellamy

"I'm going to take each day and each thing and each gig as it comes at me." - James Bay

"We'll look enough like we do now to recognise each other, identify each other and know each other!" - David Berg

"Women do love each other; this whole women-against-each other, 'Dynasty' thing... we're not all after each other." - Bonnie Somerville

"A string of reproaches against other people leads one to suspect the existence of a string of self-reproaches with the same content." - Sigmund Freud

"My philosophy is the thicker the wood the thicker the sound, the bigger the string the bigger the sound. My smallest string is a 14 gauge." - Dick Dale

"One very important aspect of string theory is definitely testable. That was the prediction of supersymmetry, which emerged from string theory in the early '70s." - Edward Witten

"Think of a musical as a string of pearls. If you don't have a string, you can't put the pearls around your neck." - Marsha Norman

"As you say, the way string theory requires all these extra dimensions and this comes from certain consistency requirements about how string should behave and so on." - Roger Penrose

"Yeah, after each of my downhill putts." - Homero Blancas

"Start off each day with a song" - Jimmy Durante

"Make each day a new horizon." - Christopher Mccandless

"Hands make the world each day." - Pablo Neruda

"Each of us has a private Austen." - Karen Joy Fowler

"Each problem has a positive side." - Og Mandino

"Each day a day goes by." - Carlo Goldoni

"Each one's destiny cannot be altered." - Zhuangzi

"Let each man do his best." - William Shakespeare

"Fill each day with light and heart." - John Tillotson

"Truths may clash without contradicting each other." - Antoine de Saint-Exupery

"Each man has some part to play." - Adelaide Anne Procter

"Boxing is not for killing each other." - Manny Pacquiao

"Each little chapter has its place." - Lillie Langtry

"Each human being is unique, unprecedented, unrepeatable." - Rene Dubos

"Each party should gain from the negotiation." - Dale Carnegie

"Each person's prayers can help everyone." - Thomas Yellowtail

"I still find each day too short.." - John Burroughs

"Friends don't build cages for each other." - Karen Marie Moning

"We are blind to each other's humanity." - Ernie Barnes

"Each country is strong on some tradition." - Violante Placido

"People are different from each other" - Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick

"Each life needs its own quiet place." - Melody Beattie

"Each second of life is a miracle" - Nhat Hanh

"Computer scientists stand on each other's feet." - Richard Hamming

"Each disaster became a steppingstone for growth." - Erin Brockovich

"Each new deal is another opportunity." - Bernie Ecclestone

"Each role has its own different challenges." - Viola Davis

"I judge each person on individual merits." - Jeff Gannon

"Each actor requires a different language." - Oliver Stone

"Don't give up on each other." - Kit Williamson

"Have compassion towards each other, including animals." - Matt Sorum

"People are mean to each other." - Rush Limbaugh

"Each period has its own appeal." - Luciano Benetton

"The origin of each story is unique." - Kate Dicamillo

"Each person can make their difference." - Angelina Jolie

"Be a little kinder to each other." - Laura Huxley

"Music and fashion inspire each other." - Ashley Tisdale

"Each bird loves to hear himself sing." - Proverbs

"Avarice and happiness never saw each other." - Benjamin Franklin

"Health and cheerfulness mutually beget each other." - Joseph Addison

"each ignorant gladness -unteaches what despair preaches" - E E Cummings

"Each man kills the thing he loves." - Oscar Wilde

"Each person is his own judge." - Proverbs

"God gives us each a song." - Proverbs

"Each material has its own message." - Frank Lloyd Wright

"White dew- one drop on each thorn" - Yosa Buson

"Health and cheerfulness naturally beget each other." - Joseph Addison

"Each day provides its own gifts." - Marcus Aurelius

"Without game, men prey on each other." - Perry Farrell

"Each mans spills the drink he loves." - Robert Anton Wilson

"Mathematicians stand on each other's shoulders." - Carl Friedrich Gauss

"The sun is new each day." - Heraclitus

"Kids are very cruel to each other." - Natalie Dormer

"Each day, I choose my age." - Blake Lively

"Delight in the scenery of each day." - Douglas Pagels

"Each project changes you a bit." - Kit Harington

"Ability and necessity dwell near each other." - Pythagoras

"Gentlemen don't read each other's mail." - Henry L Stimson

"We are each other's magnitude and bond." - Gwendolyn Brooks

"There is a string that connects us that is not visible to the eye. Maybe every person has more than one soul they are connected to, and all over the world there are those invisible strings... Maybe the chances that you'll find each and every one of your soul mates is slim. But sometimes you're lucky enough to stumble across one. And you feel a tug. And it's not so much a choice to love them though their flaws and through your differences, but rather you love them without even trying. You love their flaws." - Tarryn Fisher

"God laughs on two occasions. He laughs when the physician says to the patient's mother, 'Don't be afraid, mother; I shall certainly cure your boy.' God laughs, saying to Himself, 'I am going to take his life, and this man says he will save it!' The physician thinks he is the master, forgetting that God is the Master. God laughs again when two brothers divide their land with a string, saying to each other, 'This side is mine and that side is yours.' He laughs and says to Himself, 'The whole universe belongs to Me, but they say they own this portion or that portion.'" - Ramakrishna

"pull a string, a puppet moves ... each man must realize that it can all disappear very quickly: the cat, the woman, the job, the front tire, the bed, the walls, the room; all our necessities including love, rest on foundations of sand - and any given cause, no matter how unrelated: the death of a boy in Hong Kong or a blizzard in Omaha ... can serve as your undoing. all your chinaware crashing to the kitchen floor, your girl will enter and you'll be standing, drunk, in the center of it and she'll ask: my god, what's the matter? and you'll answer: I don't know, I don't know ..." - Charles Bukowski

"Nearly every major breakthrough innovation has been preceded by a string of failed or misguided executions." - Frans Johansson

"I'll string a fiddle with your guts and make you play it while I dance." - Patrick Rothfuss

"Even though you tie a hundred knots, the string remains one." - Rumi

"And her voice is a string of colored beads, Or steps leading into the sea." - Edna St Vincent Millay

"The soul is like a violin string: it makes music only when it is stretched." - Neal A Maxwell

"String theory is 21 st century physics that fell accidentally into the 20th century." - Edward Witten

"Poetry is a string of words that parades without a permit." - Linda Hogan

"The sweetest noise on earth, a woman's tongue; A string which hath no discord." - Barry Cornwall

"Reading to kids is to ordinary reading what jazz is to a string quartet." - Sean Wilentz

"Even when tied in a thousand knots, the string is still but one." - Rumi



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