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"And there's one more thing. (Gabriel) Neutering? (Zeke)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"And there's one more thing. (Gabriel) Neutering? (Zeke)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"I consider myself much better adjusted than Gabriel." - Armistead Maupin

"Will's Father's gaze went immediately to Gabriel, and then to Cecily, his eyes narrowing. "And who is this gentlemen?" Will's grin widened. "Oh him," he said. "This is Cecliy's friend, Mr. Gabriel Lightworm." Gabriel, half in the act of stretching his hand to greet Mr. Herondale, froze in horror. "Lightwood," he sputtered. "Gabriel Lightwood." - Cassandra Clare

"His full name is Matthew Gabriel Philippe Bertrand Sebastien de Clermont. He was also a very good Sebastien, and a passable Gabriel. He hates Bertrand and will not answer to Philippe." - Deborah Harkness

"I can almost see what Gabriel meant when he asked, 'What has the free world got that you can't get here?' Almost. Freedom, Gabriel. That's what you can't get here." - Lauren Destefano

"I can almost see what Gabriel meant when he asked, 'What has the free world got that you ca' get here?' Almost. Freedom, Gabriel. That's what you ca' get here." - Lauren Destefano

"[To a woman heckler who had said, 'I wouldn't vote for you if you were the Archangel Gabriel':] If I were the Archangel Gabriel, madam, I'm afraid you would not be in my constituency." - Robert Menzies

"A very magnanimous statement, Gideon," said Magnus. "I'm Gabriel." Magnus waved a hand. "All Lightwoods look the same to me." - Cassandra Clare

"He wept because he was afraid now that he could not save Gabriel. He no longer cared about himself" - Lois Lowry

"I've loved you since the day I stole the atlas for you," Gabriel says, because he thinks I'm asleep." - Lauren Destefano

"We are not our parents, Gabriel. We do not have to carry the burden of their choices or their sins." - Cassandra Clare

"Nicely done, brother," said Gabriel from the bed, blinking sleepy green eyes at Gideon. Gideon threw a scone at him." - Cassandra Clare

"A very magnanimous statement, Gideon," said Magnus. "I'm Gabriel." Magnus waved a hand. "All Lightwoods look the same to me." - Cassandra Clare

"The first jazz musician was a trumpeter, Buddy Bolden, and the last will be a trumpeter, the archangel Gabriel." - Wynton Marsalis

"Gabriel before me Raphael behind me Michael to my right Uriel on my left side In the circle of fire." - Michael

"My friends are Peter Gabriel, Bruce Springsteen, and we're singing about mortality, getting older. It's an interesting time." - Sting

"Where did Gabriel get a lily, In the month of March, When the green Is hardly seen On the early larch?" - Grace James

"A large stone presented by the archangel Gabriel to the patriarch Abraham, and preserved at Mecca. The patriarch had perhaps asked the archangel for bread." - Ambrose Bierce

"Then forget Gabriel. Is there a particular reason you keep biting vampires?" Will touched the dried blood on his wrists, and smiled. "They don't expect it." - Cassandra Clare

"I thought I wanted the truth, but I don't. The past is the past and it can't be changed. It's the future I'm interested in." -Gabriel McGregor" - Tilly Bagshawe

"In Genesis we saw ourselves as song-writers. After Peter Gabriel left I was the first to say: 'It's OK - we can just do instrumentals." - Phil Collins

"You should see his older brother," said Jem. "Makes Gabriel look sweeter than gingerbread. Hates Will even more thanGabriel, too, if that's possible." - Cassandra Clare

"If you think you love me, then you don't know what love is,' Gabriel said. 'Love has to be reciprocated for it to be real." - Alexandra Adornetto

"You should see his older brother," said Jem. "Makes Gabriel look sweeter than gingerbread. Hates Will even more thanGabriel, too, if that's possible." - Cassandra Clare

"If you think you love me, then you don't know what love is,' Gabriel said. 'Love has to be reciprocated for it to be real." - Alexandra Adornetto

"You and your name dropping he said, I knew Michael, I knew Sammael. The angel Gabriel did my hair. Its like I'm with the band with biblical figures." - Cassandra Clare

"Carstairs is alright, I suppose. If you like that sort." "Oh?" "The taken. The uninterested." "As opposed to... you, Gabriel?" "Well, yes." - Cassandra Clare

"To marry a girl just to make her a widow," said Gabriel Lightwood. "Many would say that was not a kindness." - Cassandra Clare

"By the Angel, this place is barely better than a penny gaff," Gideon said. "Gabriel, don't look at anything unless I tell you it's all right." - Cassandra Clare

"You should see his older brother," said Jem. "Makes Gabriel look sweeter than gingerbread. Hates Will even more thanGabriel, too, if that's possible." - Cassandra Clare

"No one wrote better about the sin of pride, the corruption of power and the redemption of love. I will miss you, Gabriel Garcia Marquez." - Laila Lalami

"The Angel Gabriel disappeared once for sixty years and they found him on earth hiding in the body of a man named Miles Davis." - Christopher Moore

"Gabriel is a unique archangel in the sense that it is almost certain that she is the only female in the higher echelons." - James R. Lewis

"In the beginning, yes. I didn't like it because I wanted people to know me by Gabriel Iglesias, not by Fluffy." - Gabriel Iglesias

"By the Angel, this place is barely better than a penny gaff," Gideon said. "Gabriel, do' look at anything unless I tell you it's all right." - Cassandra Clare

"If you think you love me, then you do' know what love is,' Gabriel said. 'Love has to be reciprocated for it to be real." - Alexandra Adornetto

"And at home by the fire, whenever you look up there I shall be- and whenever I look up, there will be you. -Gabriel Oak" - Thomas Hardy

"I'm a huge stadium rock fan, but I'm also a fan of everything from Massive Attack to Peter Gabriel, U2, the Police, Radiohead, and Coldplay." - Tom Delonge

"In Genesis we saw ourselves as song-writers. After Peter Gabriel left I was the first to say: 'It's OK - we can just do instrumentals.'" - Phil Collins

"When Peter Gabriel left, we obviously lost a very strong stage performer. Phil hasn't replaced him; Phil's done a different thing." - Mike Rutherford

"Would you?" said Gabriel to Will, hotly. "If it was your family?" His lip curled. "Never mind. It's not as if you know the meaning of loyalty -" "Gabriel." Gideon's voice was a reprimand to his brother. "Do not speak to Will in that manner." - Cassandra Clare

"Would you?" said Gabriel to Will, hotly. "If it was your family?" His lip curled. "Never mind. It's not as if you know the meaning of loyalty -" "Gabriel." Gideon's voice was a reprimand to his brother. "Do not speak to Will in that manner." - Cassandra Clare

"Fine - I said huffily. - But I hope I'm at least allowed to fly around the corridors during lunch hour. Gabriel threw me a disapproving look. I waited for him to get my joke, but his eyes remained serious. I sighed. Much as I loved him, Gabriel could be totally lacking in any sense of humor." - Alexandra Adornetto

"I saw Gabriel, like a maiden, or like the moon amongst the stars. His hair was like a woman's, falling in long tresses...He is the most beautiful of Angels..." - Ruzbihan Baqli

"To all, I would say how mistaken they are when they think that they stop falling in love when they grow old, without knowing that they grow old when they stop falling in love..." Gabriel Garcia Marquez." - Gabriel Garcia Marquez

"You cannot reduce the situation to worm jokes, Will. This is Gabriel and Gideon's father we're discussing." "We're not just discussing him; we're chasing him through an ornamental sculpture garden because he's turned into a worm." - Cassandra Clare

"When I go to the Gate, I'll play a duet with Gabriel. Yeah, we'll play 'Sleepy Time Down South' and 'Hello, Dolly!.' Then he can blow a couple that he's been playing up there all the time." - Louis Armstrong

"The stubborn stance of some European governments on the refugee question is a reprisal less aimed at Angela Merkel or (Vice Chancellor) Sigmar Gabriel than at certain people on Wilhelmstrasse in Berlin." - Martin Schulz

"The Prophet was taken by the order of God to heaven, which is a prototype of all spiritual realization in Islam. But, he had a guide; Gabriel, the angel, was his guide. He took him to heaven." - Seyyed Hossein Nasr

"Mexican cinematographers Gabriel Figueroa and Emilio Fernandez were students of both Sergei Eisenstein and Toland. Their exteriors and lighting were gorgeous. And the films Ingmar Bergman did with Sven Nykvist were exceptional." - Vilmos Zsigmond

"Allah's Apostle said, O Aisha! This is Gabriel sending his greetings to you. I said, Peace, and Allah's Mercy be on him. 'Aisha added: The Prophet used to see things which we used not to see." - Muhammad

"It was one of history's great love stories, the mutually profitable romance which Hollywood and bohunk America conducted almost in the dark, a tapping of fervent messages through the wall of the San Gabriel Range." - John Updike

"Gabriel Batistuta. He was a spectacular No 9 - great at finding space, shooting from outside the box, good in the air. He was always a reference for me and I used to watch the way he played." - Luis Suarez

"You cannot reduce the situation to worm jokes, Will. This is Gabriel and Gideon's father we"re discussing." "We"re not just discussing him; we"re chasing him through an ornamental sculpture garden because he's turned into a worm." - Cassandra Clare

"For me, there's nothing better than getting immersed in a sprawling, epic, multi-generational family saga, and 'One Hundred Years of Solitude' by Gabriel Garcia Marquez is the most sprawling, epic, and multi-generational of them all." - Jandy Nelson

"Gabriel Byrne is an extraordinary human being. We have two extraordinary kids and we work at it. We were always friends. He stuck by me through very hard times, and I hope he'd say the same about me." - Ellen Barkin

"I'm looking forward to getting older. I look at people like Peter Gabriel and Sting and even Tom Petty, Don Henley. People that didn't lose it. I'm hopefully going to join that club." - Brandon Flowers

"A simple idea. And the man that worked on it, Mike Gabriel, doubled the value. Beautiful job. I should say triple. We have others like that, but, unfortunately, shorts, which are my favorite approach, are economically of no value." - Joe Grant

"Didgeridoo was something I picked up while I was on tour in Australia with Peter Gabriel in '93. I found out later that it's only meant to be played by men." - Paula Cole

"I live a normal life. But I'm always thinking about what I'm going to do next, musically. 'Do I need a fresh producer? What was Peter Gabriel doing when he was 32?'" - Brandon Flowers

"It may interest you to know that my breakup with Terry and this mystery did not happen concurrently in real life. That is a writer's device, which places Gabriel under even greater pressure when the mystery begins to reveal itself." - Armistead Maupin

"'One Hundred Years of Solitude' convinced me to drop out of Harvard graduate school. The novel reminded me of everything my Ph.D. program was trying to make me forget. Thank you, Gabriel Garcia Marquez." - Francine Prose

"The supposed revelations of God to humanity through Christ, or the word of God to Mohammed through the angel Gabriel, had the power they did because they indicated new truths, new directions for followers." - Julian Baggini

"A few of the world's most famous non-American novelists have large followings in the United States, among them Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Guenter Grass, who were both popular even before winning the Nobel." - Stephen Kinzer

"My biggest hero was Roman Gabriel, who was the QB of the Rams, and Roger Staubach. Those were the two guys I tired to emulate when I was little." - Warren Moon

"Authors I've longed to write like - but realize I actually can't even begin to - include Poe, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Kafka, Daniil Kharms, Witold Gombrowicz, Emily Dickinson, Robert Walser, Barbara Comyns, Ntozake Shange, Camille Laurens, Zbigniew Herbert, and Jose Saramago." - Helen Oyeyemi

"Nick spoke again. "Her legitimacy will be questioned." Gabriel thought for several moments. "If our mother married her father, it means that the marchioness must have converted to Catholicism upon arriving in Italy. The Catholic Church would never have acknowledged her marriage in the Church of England." "Ah, so it is we who are illegitimate." Nick's words were punctuated with a wry smile. "To Italians, at least," Gabriel said. "Luckily, we are English." "Excellent. That works out well for us." - Sarah Maclean

"I would have thought even a certified idiot like Gabriel here would have taken account of it and notified someone." "Notified who?" asked Jem, not unreasonably. He had moved closer to Tessa as the conversation had continued. As they stood side by side, the backs of their hands brushed. "The Clave. The postman. Us. Anyone," said Will, shooting an irritated look at Gabriel, who was starting to get some color back and looked furious. "I am not a certified idiot-" "Lack of certification hardly proves intelligence," Will muttered." - Cassandra Clare

"Smarmy little prig," Will snarled, leaning father forward, as if he longed to reach through the magical portal and strangle Gabriel. "When I get him alone..." "I ought to go in with her instead," Gabriel went on. "I can look out for her a bit more. Instead of simply looking out for myself." "Hanging's too good for him," agreed Jem, who looked as if he were trying not to laugh. "Tessa knows Will," protested Charlotte. "She trusts Will." "I would' go that far," muttered Tessa." - Cassandra Clare

"Smarmy little prig," Will snarled, leaning father forward, as if he longed to reach through the magical portal and strangle Gabriel. "When I get him alone..." "I ought to go in with her instead," Gabriel went on. "I can look out for her a bit more. Instead of simply looking out for myself." "Hanging's too good for him," agreed Jem, who looked as if he were trying not to laugh. "Tessa knows Will," protested Charlotte. "She trusts Will." "I wouldn't go that far," muttered Tessa." - Cassandra Clare

"My first job was a show called The Others. I had, like, three lines. Julianne Nicholson was in it, and Gabriel [Macht]. I remember Gabriel wasn't there the day I was, but he sent a note, because he went to Carnegie Mellon as well, so we knew each other a little bit through that, and he was so sweet and generous. It was meant to be a recurring role that would evolve on the show, but the show only lasted a little while and I ended up only doing that one episode." - Zachary Quinto

"I have been working. I've been blessed to have shared a movie in the north of Chile called 'The 33,' with Gabriel Byrne and Juliette Binoche and Antonio Banderas, which is the beautiful story of the miners (trapped underground for 69 days in 2010). And then, this incredible, epic story came my way." - Cote De Pablo

"Well," Tessa said, sighting along the line of the knife, "you behave as if you dislike me. In fact, you behave as if you dislike us all." "I don't," Gabriel said. "I just dislike him." He pointed at Will. "Dear me," said Will, and he took another bite of his apple. "Is it because I'm better-looking than you?" - Cassandra Clare

"Buddha's Wife tells a fascinating story, little known in the west, about the woman whom Buddha left behind. Gabriel Constans focuses the reader's attention on the strong and complicated women who surrounded Buddha and makes us re-think the nature of spiritual life." - Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

"They're not hideous," said Tessa. Will blinked at her. "What?" "Gideon and Gabriel," said Tessa. "They're really quite good-looking, not hideous at all." "I spoke," said Will, in sepulchral tones, "of the pitch-black inner depths of their souls." Tessa snorted. "And what color do you suppose the inner depths of your soul are, Will Herondale?" "Mauve," said Will." - Cassandra Clare

"Gabriel: Bethany lacks understanding about the ways of the world. She still has much to learn and that makes her vulnerable." Beth: "Do you have to make me sound like a full-time babysitting project?" Xavier: "I happen to be an experienced babysitter. I can show you my resume if you'd like." - Alexandra Adornetto

"So here comes Gabriel again, and what he says is "Good tidings of great joy ... for all people." ... That's why the shepherds are first: they represent all the nameless, all the working stiffs, the great wheeling population of the whole world." - Walter Wangerin

"I think that it's important to try to keep reality. I think that Gabriel Garcia Marquez speaks a lot about reality in his magical realism. So I don't think we have to be hyper-realistic. But we have to understand the pressures that undergird the lives of the characters within that novel." - Walter Mosley

"It's all very romantic," Gabriel said, and then frowned. "Or it would be, if my brother could get a word out without sounding like a choking frog. I fear he will not go down in history as one of the world's greatest wooers of women." - Cassandra Clare

"And you love Sophie." Gideon's mouth tensed. "She's a mundane and a servant," said Gabriel. "I don't know what you expect to come of it, Gideon." "Nothing," Gideon said roughly. "I expect nothing. But the fact that you believe I should shows that our family brought us up to believe that we should do right only if some reward was the result." - Cassandra Clare

"Do not regret too much the choices you have made in the past, Gabriel," she said, aware that she was using his Christian name, but not able to help it. "Only make the right ones in the future. We are ever capable of change and ever capable of being our better selves." - Cassandra Clare

"With tears running down her face, Cecily had reminded him of the moment at her wedding to Gabriel when he had delivered a beautiful speech praising the groom, at the end of which he had announced, "Dear God, I thought she was marrying Gideon. I take it all back." - Cassandra Clare

"They"re not hideous," said Tessa. Will blinked at her. "What?" "Gideon and Gabriel," said Tessa. "They"re really quite good-looking, not hideous at all." "I spoke," said Will, in sepulchral tones, "of the pitch-black inner depths of their souls." Tessa snorted. "And what color do you suppose the inner depths of your soul are, Will Herondale?" "Mauve," said Will." - Cassandra Clare

"Well," Tessa said, sighting along the line of the knife, "you behave as if you dislike me. In fact, you behave as if you dislike us all." "I do'," Gabriel said. "I just dislike him." He pointed at Will. "Dear me," said Will, and he took another bite of his apple. "Is it because I'm better-looking than you?" - Cassandra Clare

"I woke up this morning," Gabriel said, "thinking of nothing more than rolling over and pulling you into my arms and kissing you again. Kissing: only kissing. As if I were a green boy of fourteen. In case you do' realize it, Kate, kissing is not a man's usual inclination in the morning." - Eloisa James

"You know," Gabriel said, "there was a time I thought we could be friends, Will." "There was a time I thought I was a ferret," Will said, "but that turned out to be the opium haze. Did you know it had that effect? Because I didn't." - Cassandra Clare

"Gabriel Levin's book is a journey through time and through entrenched animosities of the Middle East. What's astonishing and refreshing is his ability to combine the reporter's perspective with a deep knowledge of poetry, including pre-Islamic Arab poems. A brilliant poet is at work here-a poet in the rugged landscape of conflict and pain." - Adam Zagajewski

"If you come from Africa with your economic poverty and your cultural riches, and you meet someone like Peter Gabriel or a person from a big record company, and they tell you that what you are doing is marvelous, that makes you feel powerful." - Youssou N'Dour

"I woke up this morning," Gabriel said, "thinking of nothing more than rolling over and pulling you into my arms and kissing you again. Kissing: only kissing. As if I were a green boy of fourteen. In case you don't realize it, Kate, kissing is not a man's usual inclination in the morning." - Eloisa James

"Sit, Phantom!" Ivy cooed. "On your bottom!" "Oh, for goodness' sake!" Gabriel put down his book and pointed a longer finger at Phantom. "Sit," he commanded in a deep voice. Phantom looked sheepish and sank straight to the floor. Ivy scowled in frustration. "I've been trying to get him to do that all day! What is it with dogs and male authority?" - Alexandra Adornetto

"In all of my speeches I talk about why a strong Europe is necessary in order for Germany to be strong over the long term. I think that I have sufficiently shown over the past years that I have a clear notion of how we can make Europe stronger, more democratic and more inclusive. There is really no competition there with Sigmar Gabriel." - Martin Schulz

"When I did The Umbrella Academy, I studied Gabriel Ba's art. I said, "Oh, this is what he likes to do here. Maybe I can push him to do a little more of this." You can play to those strengths. It's a different scenario with each artist." - Gerard Way

"I always thought books were just the canon, things I couldn't identify with. And then I was introduced to really amazing multicultural literature - it was all things I was trying to do unsuccessfully in my poetry. It really just changed everything. I was introduced to authors like Sandra Cisneros, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Junot Diaz, and a lot of African American literature, as well." - Matt De La Pena

"I wanted to literalize the surreal here. Those are my favorite kinds of stories. I love when Gabriel Garcia Marquez does that, for instance - it adds to the joy, dares you to believe the unbelievable. And why not: so much of life is so dreamlike, so strange, so absurd." - Porochista Khakpour

"I always read the Latin American writers. I love so many of them: Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Jose Donoso, Alejo Carpentier, Jorge Luis Borges, Clarice Lispector. I also love a lot of American experimental writers and surrealist European writers. But perhaps The Persian Book of Kings was the greatest influence - I encourage people to look at it. There is such a wealth of incredible stories." - Porochista Khakpour

"If you were standing next to the prophet on the mountain, would you have seen the archangel? And my answer to that was probably not, even though it's supposed to be a really big archangel. He describes it as - the Archangel Gabriel as standing on the horizon and filling the sky. That's a big angel." - Salman Rushdie

"Hasn't all this taught you anything? Annette asked Gabriel Baines as they waited for the simulacrum's return and report. Like what? That there is no perfect defense. There is no protection. Being alive means being exposed; it's the nature of life to be hazardous-it's the stuff of living." - Philip K Dick

"They are more like artistic names. Ba is a nickname. It's short for Ga. When I learned to spell letters and words, instead of calling him Gabriel [Ba], I called him Babio. People call him Ga and I call him Ba. So Ba is a nickname." - Gabriel Ba

"I've been told by the BBC that if I make one more offensive remark, anywhere, at any time, I will be sacked. And even the angel Gabriel would struggle to survive with that hanging over his head. It's inevitable that one day, someone, somewhere will say that I've offended them, and that will be that." - Jeremy Clarkson

"Everything gets thrown off depending on whether the Packers are playing. I grew up in L.A., and we had a terrible quarterback, Roman Gabriel. When I was 11 years old, I fired him, I fired the Rams, and I picked a quarterback I aspired to be. That was Bart Starr. That's how long I've been a Packers fan." - Lyor Cohen

"I'm a huge stadium rock fan, but I'm also a fan of everything from Massive Attack to Peter Gabriel, U2, the Police, Radiohead, and Coldplay. I've realized that I love all forms of music and get excited when any artist goes crazy and creates something that is an experience." - Tom Delonge

"The film itself involves a New York City radio storyteller, Gabriel Noone, who strikes up a friendship with one of his fans, an abused 14-year-old teenager who is suffering from AIDS, who does not have much longer to live." - Armistead Maupin

"A lot of writers fall in love with their sentences or their construction of sentences, and sometimes that's great, but not everybody is Gabriel Garcia Marquez or James Joyce. A lot of people like to pretend that they are, and they wind up not giving people a good read or enlightening them." - James Patterson

"If you come from Africa with your economic poverty and your cultural riches, and you meet someone like Peter Gabriel or a person from a big record company, and they tell you that what you are doing is marvelous, that makes you feel powerful." - Youssou Ndour

"Gabriel Garcia Marquez is one of my all-time favorite writers. I feel spiritual when reading his words, even though they're translated. I wish desperately that I could read it in its original language. I already feel like I'm going to church when I read him; imagine if I could read it in the original." - Conor Oberst

"Francesca took a navy blue sheath from a hanger and held it up. "This is darling, Gabriel. Don't you love it? You're right, I think we need to concentrate on much more feminine articles of clothing." He reached around her and fingered the soft material. "Where is the rest of it?" He was very serious, his dark eyes searching her face for signs she was teasing." - Christine Feehan

"How will I ever get out of this labyrinth!" In reality, "How will I ever get out of this labyrinth!" were probably not Simon Bolivar's last words (although he did, historically, say them). His last words may have been "Jose! Bring the luggage. They do not want us here." The significant source for "How will I ever get out of this labyrinth!" is also Alaska's source, Gabriel Garcia Marquez's The General in his Labyrinth." - John Green

"Five," she said. Her lips and cheeks were flushed, but her gaze was steady. "Five?" Gabriel echoed blankly. "My rating," she said, and smiled at him. "Your skill and technique may, perhaps, require work, but the native talent is certainly there. What you require is practice." "And you are willing to be my tutor?" "I should be very insulted if you chose another," Cecily said, and leaned up to kiss him again." - Cassandra Clare

"The Christ is a myth. The Holy Ghost Priestcraft overshadowed the harlot Superstition; this Christ was born; and the Joseph of humanity, beguiled by the Gabriel of credulity, was induced to support the family. But the soldiers of Reason have crucified the illegitimate impostor, he is dead; and the ignorant disciples and hysterical women who still linger about the cross should take his body down and bury it." - John Remsburg

"So it's not really whether you talk about politics, but how well were you able to do it. Peter Gabriel and Sting get away with it...U2...the examples are there, of people being able to carry these subjects in the music, and the audience is absolutely able to embrace subjects that aren't just the stuff they already know about. And they're actually able to learn stuff." - Jackson Browne

"Oh, I can never get enough," he said. "Which, incidentally, is what your sister said to me when - " The carriage door flew open. A hand shot out, grabbed Will by the back of the shirt, and hauled him inside. The door banged shut after him, and Thomas, sitting bolt upright, seized reins of the horses. A moment later the carriage had lurched forth into the night, leaving Gabriel staring, infuriated, after it." - Cassandra Clare

"The second edition of There Is a Cure for Diabetes is groundbreaking. Dr. Gabriel Cousens gets impressive results that speak for themselves. He is reducing and even eliminating the need for medication, rated by The Journal of the American Medical Association as the fourth leading cause of death in people with diabetes. This well-documented book is all the more important and a better alternative." - Terry Shintani

"Gabriel pulled her over his body to lie on the bed beside him. His kisses pressed her down into the oblivion of the mattress as her hands explored his chest, his shoulders, his face. "I want to lay my kill at your feet," he said, more growl than words, and held her tight by her hair as he marked her neck with his teeth. She writhed against him. She wanted to bite him, she wanted to rip the flesh from his back, but most terrible of all, she didn't want him to stop. Her back arched, her body shattered, she howled." - Annette Curtis Klause

"I was just thinking of bundling up Cecily and feeding her to the ducks at Hyde Park," said Will, pushing his wet hair back and favoring Jem with a rare smile. "I could use your assistance." "Unfortunately, you may have to delay your plans for suicide a bit longer. Gabriel Lightwood is downstairs, and I have two words for you. Two of your favorite words, at least when you put them together." "'Utter simpleton'?" inquired Will. "'Worthless upstart'?" Jem grinned. "'Demon pox,'" he said." - Cassandra Clare

"When we return, I will put you forward for Ascension," Charlotte finished. "I will speak out for her case as well," Gideon said. "After all, I have my father's place on the Council-his friends will listen to me; they still owe loyalty to our family-and besides, how else can we be married?" "What?" said Gabriel with a wild hand gesture that accidentally flipped the nearest plate onto the floor, where it shattered. "Married?" said Henry. "You're marrying your father's friends on the Council? Which of them?" - Cassandra Clare

"I think that [Donald] Trump is brilliant to raise this issue. When my son, Gabriel, and his wife, Deb, was pregnant, I said, You got to come home. I want my grandson to be president of the United States. He has to be born in the United States.Now, a child of a citizen of the United States born abroad or born wheresoever is a citizen if that's - he or she so chooses. So there's no doubt but that Ted Cruz is a citizen of the United States." - Donald Trump

"When we return, I will put you forward for Ascension," Charlotte finished. "I will speak out for her case as well," Gideon said. "After all, I have my father's place on the Council-his friends will listen to me; they still owe loyalty to our family-and besides, how else can we be married?" "What?" said Gabriel with a wild hand gesture that accidentally flipped the nearest plate onto the floor, where it shattered. "Married?" said Henry. "You're marrying your father's friends on the Council? Which of them?" - Cassandra Clare

"How can it be other than right to worship the Body of the Lord, all-holy and all-reverend as it is, announced as it was by the archangel Gabriel, formed by the Holy Spirit, and made the Vesture of the Word? It was at any rate a bodily hand that the Word stretched out to raise her that was sick of a fever (Mk. 1:31): a human voice that He uttered to raise Lazarus - the dead (Jn. 11:43); and, once again, stretching out His hands upon the Cross, He overthrew the prince of the power of the air, that now works (Eph. 2:2) in the sons of disobedience, and made the way clear for us into the heavens." - John of Kronstadt



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