- Que tes mains soient bénies, car elles sont impures!
- Elles ont des péchés cachés à toutes les jointures;
- Leur peau blanche s'est trempée dans l'odeur âpre des caresses
- Secrètes, parmi l'ombre blanche où rampent les caresses,
- Et l'opale prisonnière qui se meurt à ton doigt,
- C'est le dernier soupir de Jésus sur la croix.
- ---Oraisons mauvaises
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Other articles related to "quotations, quotation":
... Americans begin their quotations with double quotation marks (") and use single quotation marks (') for quotations within quotations ... sources, such as The King's English, recommend single quotation marks ... In journals and newspapers, quotation mark double/single use depends on the individual publication's house style ...
... of the EU Copyright Directive on "quotations") allows "fair dealing" with a copyright work for the purpose of criticism or review, provided that it is accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement ...
... The Consolidated Quotation System (CQS) is the electronic service that provides quotation information for stock traded on the American Stock Exchange, New York Stock Exchange, and other regional ... Nasdaq processes this data and provides it to its subscribers as the Composite Quotation Service ...
... As with Waite, Christian Anti-masons use this quotation as if it were an "authoritative" statement from a "high level" Mason ... the 33° cited in any readily available source that does not include the above quotation ... More importantly, the quotation is taken out of context ...
... Craven subsequently posted the quotation on the internet and it now appears on dozens of websites including the quotation search-tools Think Exist and Famous Quotes plus ... Irwin's quotation was chosen to be the message of the murals created by artist Susan Guevara for the post-Katrina renovation of the New Orleans ... Irwin also uses the quotation as a title of a storytelling workshop that he teaches to adults ...
Famous quotes containing the word quotation:
“Every quotation contributes something to the stability or enlargement of the language.”
—Samuel Johnson (17091784)
“We are as much informed of a writers genius by what he selects as by what he originates. We read the quotation with his eyes, and find a new and fervent sense; as a passage from one of the poets, well recited, borrows new interest from the rendering. As the journals say, the italics are ours.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“With wonderful art he grinds into paint for his picture all his moods and experiences, so that all his forces may be brought to the encounter. Apparently writing without a particular design or responsibility, setting down his soliloquies from time to time, taking advantage of all his humors, when at length the hour comes to declare himself, he puts down in plain English, without quotation marks, what he, Thomas Carlyle, is ready to defend in the face of the world.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)