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  • A man who tells secrets or stories must think of who is hearing or reading, for a story has as many versions as it has readers. Everyone takes what he wants or can from it and thus changes it to his measure. Some pick out parts and reject the rest, some strain the story through their mesh of prejudice, some paint it with their own delight. A story must have some points of contact with the reader to make him feel at home in it. Only then can he accept wonders.

    Reading   Home   Men  
    John Steinbeck (2007). “Travels with Charley and Later Novels, 1947-1962”
  • A new model is starting to take root and grow, one in which consumers have more choices, more tools, more information, and more power to guide these choices. I call this emerging model The Mesh.

    Roots   Choices   Tools  
    Lisa Gansky (2010). “The Mesh: Why the Future of Business Is Sharing”, p.10, Penguin
  • The eye that directs a needle in the delicate meshes of embroidery will equally well bisect a star with the spiderweb of the micrometer.

    Stars   Eye   Embroidery  
    Maria Mitchell (1896). “Maria Mitchell: Life, Letters, and Journals”
  • Debt rolls a man over and over, binding him hand and foot, and letting him hang upon the fatal mesh until the long-legged interest devours him.

    Men   Hands   Feet  
    Henry Ward Beecher (1862). “Eyes and Ears”, p.52
  • The Mesh is reshaping how we go to market, who we partner with and how we invite participation and engage new customers. . . . If you embrace the Mesh youll discover how your business can inspire customers in a world where access trumps ownership.

  • Whenever I wore it there were some questions whether the outfit was just too over the top. I'm like, "Do you know who you're dealing with here, and her eccentricities, her style, her flair?" These little things were sometimes those - I love it. I love having a real-life model. But I also do flush it out with my own personal experiences and my own essence, and hopefully they mesh together.

    Real   Essence   Style  
    "Vera Farmiga and Paranormal Investigator Lorraine Warren Talk THE CONJURING, the Nature of Evil, Their Relationship, and More". Interview with Steve 'Frosty' Weintarub, July 17, 2013.
  • As a net is made up of a series of ties, so everything in this world is connected by a series of ties. If anyone thinks that the mesh of a net is an independent, isolated thing, he is mistaken. It is called a net because it is made up of a series of interconnected meshes, and each mesh has its place and responsibility in relation to other meshes.

  • I'd say many features of string theory don't mesh with what we observe in everyday life.

    Everyday   Mesh   Strings  
  • The difference between a simpleton and an intelligent man, according to the man who is convinced that he is of the latter category, is that the former wholeheartedly accepts all things that he sees and hears while the latter never admits anything except after a most searching scrutiny. He imagines his intelligence to be a sieve of closely woven mesh through which nothing but the finest can pass.

    R. K. Narayan (1988). “A Writer's Nightmare: Selected Essays, 1958-1988”, p.87, Penguin Books India
  • Were spirits free from mortal mesh And love not bound in hearts of flesh No aching breasts would yearn to meet And find their ecstasy complete. For who is there that lives and knows The secret powers by which he grows?

    Christopher John Brennan (1966). “Selected Poems”, Sydney, Angus
  • God gave a law ... called justice. But they have made a law for themselves that is terrible and intricate, and they cannot escape it, for the evil will and the good will are caught alike in its meshes, and it is darkness to the eyes that see and a stumbling block to the feet that run. This law is called necessity.

    Running   Block   Eye  
  • They consider me to have sharp and penetrating vision because I see them through the mesh of a sieve.

    "Visualizing Categorical Data". Book by Michael Friendly, ch. 3.5, p. 85, 2000.
  • But the stuff that I do is more like all the comic roles like in The Merry Widow and Die Fledermaus and I just did this Offenbach operetta at the LA Opera. I love it. I just love it. For me, it's like a great mesh of musical theatre and my classical oboe background to be standing on these huge stages with a full orchestra and all the opulence. I'm a complete sucker for the over-the-topness.

    Musical   Theatre   Oboes  
  • To me, there is nothing more soothing than the song of a mosquito that cant get through the mesh to bite you.

    Song   Mosquitoes   Mesh  
  • The New Testament is an invaluable book, though I confess to having been slightly prejudiced against it in my very early days by the church and the Sabbath school, so that it seemed, before I read it, to be the yellowest book in the catalogue. Yet I early escaped from their meshes. It was hard to get the commentaries out of one's head and taste its true flavor. [...] It would be a poor story to be prejudiced against the Life of Christ because the book has been edited by Christians.

    Bible   Christian   Dream  
    "A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers". Book by Henry David Thoreau, 1849.
  • motherhood is the great mesh in which all human relations are entangled, in which lurk our most elemental assumptions about love and power.

    Adrienne Rich (1995). “On Lies, Secrets, and Silence: Selected Prose 1966-1978”, p.144, W. W. Norton & Company
  • A fish does not campaign against fisheries-it only tries to slip through the mesh.

    Survival   Trying   Doe  
  • You're supposed to look a certain way when you're a celebrity, but I want to take care of my baby, and those two things don't mesh very well.

    Baby   Two   Looks  
  • In a cool medium, the audience is an active constituent of the viewing or listening experience. A girl wearing open-mesh silk stockings or glasses is inherently cool and sensual because the eye acts as a surrogate hand in filling in the low-definition image thus engendered. Which is why boys make passes at girls who wear glasses.

    Girl   Eye   Boys  
  • I was loved as a kid; I was raised with more love and emotional support than most folks could wish for my memories aged nought to ten are all bound up together in a mesh of innocence and fun.

    Fun   Memories   Kids  
  • We have one of those conversations where every thing clicks, meshes, corresponds, locks, where even our pauses, even our punctuation marks, seem to be nodding in agreement.

    Nick Hornby (1996). “High Fidelity”, p.128, Penguin
  • Go to Old Delhi,and look at the way they keep chickens there in the market. Hundred of pale hens and brightly colored roosters, stuffed tightly into wire-mesh cages. They see the organs of their brothers lying around them.They know they are next, yet they cannot rebel. They do not try to get out of the coop. The very same thing is done with humans in this country.

    Country   Brother   Lying  
  • Young women with ambitions should be very crafty and cautious, lest mayhap they be caught in the soft, silken mesh of a happy marriage, and go down to oblivion, dead to the world.

    Elbert Hubbard, Bert Hubbard (1923). “Selected writings of Elbert Hubbard: his mintage of wisdom, coined from a life of love, laughter and work”
  • A man who tells secrets or stories must think of who is hearing or reading, for a story has as many versions as it has readers.

    Reading   Men   Thinking  
    John Steinbeck (2008). “The Winter of Our Discontent”, p.84, Penguin
  • When I break into the clearing, she's on the ground, hopelessly entangled in a net. She just has the time to reach her hand through the mesh and say my name before the spear enters her body.

    Hands   Names   Body  
    Suzanne Collins (2009). “The Hunger Games”, p.227, Scholastic Inc.
  • A charm invests a face Imperfectly beheld,— The lady dare not lift her veil For fear it be dispelled. But peers beyond her mesh, And wishes, and denies,— Lest interview annul a want That image satisfies.

    Wish   Peers   Veils  
    Emily Dickinson, Helen Vendler (2010). “Dickinson”, p.202, Harvard University Press
  • The net of heaven is very wide in its meshes, and yet it misses nothing.

    Missing   Heaven   Mesh  
  • I used to love going fishing. I think it was really about the clothes. Nothing says real man like a vest with 38 pockets and a mesh hat with hooks in it.

    Real   Men   Thinking  
  • How fine is the mesh of death. You can almost see through it.

    Death   Mesh   Fine  
    Jane Hirshfield (2011). “Come, Thief: Poems”, p.49, Knopf
  • Most of the time when musicians get together, there's always that variance - always someone's a little ahead of the beat, someone's a little behind, you just hope it meshes.

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