„She looked creepy/adorable.“

Fonte: Kiss of Death

Última atualização 22 de Maio de 2020. História

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„I don't understand it completely … but she adores me. She thinks I'm funny.“

—  William H. Macy American actor, screenwriter, teacher and director in theater, film and television 1950

Interview in The Guardian (2011)
Contexto: I don't understand it completely … but she adores me. She thinks I'm funny. … My attitude towards communication has always been: it's a slippery slope, because you start communicating, the next thing you know you're going to be talking to each other, the next thing you know you're going to be feeling things, and then you'll be living your life and I want no part of that. … So I tried to avoid that stuff, but she forces it upon me.

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„I telephoned Lauren and thanked her for saying that. She always calls it like it is and that's a reality check I adore.“

—  Nicole Kidman Australian-American actress and film producer 1967

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„On her white breast a sparkling cross she wore
Which Jews might kiss, and infidels adore.“

—  Alexander Pope, The Rape of the Lock

Canto II, line 7.
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„It sounds creepy, but I always liked the idea of disappearing then becoming something new.“

—  Elizabeth Hand, livro Generation Loss

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„Adoration isn’t love. I adore Annabella, but I don’t love her; and I love thee, Milicent, but I don’t adore thee.“

—  Anne Brontë, livro The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

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„Men feared, adored, and obeyed the matriarch; the hearth which she tended in a cave or hut being their earliest social centre, and motherhood their prime mystery.“

—  Robert Graves, livro The Greek Myths

Volume 1, Introduction.
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Contexto: Ancient Europe had no gods. The Great Goddess was regarded as immortal, changeless, and omnipotent; and the concept of fatherhood had not been introduced into religious thought. She took lovers, but for pleasure, not to provide her children with a father. Men feared, adored, and obeyed the matriarch; the hearth which she tended in a cave or hut being their earliest social centre, and motherhood their prime mystery.

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