What is a woman? Her brothers' sister, her father's daughter, Her husband's wife, her children's mother
Old books that we have known but not possessed cross our path and invite themselves over. New books try to seduce us daily with tempting titles and tantalizing covers.
Books require titles; reading them doesn't
I worked in a comic shop for five years, and the amount of titles I could excitedly recommend to teenage girls was pretty abysmal for awhile.
Having these colossal accolades and titles, they get in the way.
From 1964 to 1968, I won many state, national and international amateur karate titles.
When you win many titles, the rivals are full of antipathy towards you.
I want to win titles with Atletico.
I know about winning batting titles.
Organization charts and fancy titles count for next to nothing.
The glittering baits of titles and honours are only for children and fools.
It is not titles that honor men, but men that honor titles.
It's not the honors and not the titles and not the power that is of ultimate importance. It's what resides inside.
Titles are but nicknames, and every nickname is a title.
I have a hard time recalling the titles of books.
I want to fight. I want to fight. I want to unify titles.
Billy Konchellah with his World Championship titles, Paul Ereng with his Olympic gold and Wilson Kipketer with his World records are my role models.