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Anyone who's a parent dreads that call in the middle of the night. I have four grown children and I still dread it.
I have always had a dread of becoming a passenger in life.
Time is my enemy. Time will catch up with me vocally. And I dread that. I dread to think about life without singing.
As much as we thirst for approval we dread condemnation.
If I know that I shall be as an angel, and more; if I shall behold all God has made; if he shall own me for his son and exalt me to honor in his presence, I shall not fear to die, nor shall I dread the grave where Christ once lay.
I did not fully understand the dread term 'terminal illness' until I saw Heathrow for myself.
Every child senses, with all the horse sense that's in him, that any parent is angry inside when children misbehave and they dread more the anger that is rarely or never expressed openly, wondering how awful it might be.
One of my favorite vampire movies is 'Nosferatu,' which has a palpable sense of dread that's a pre-war dread.
His love at once and dread instruct our thought; As man He suffer'd and as God He taught.
Work is the best of narcotics, providing the patient be strong enough to take it. I dread idleness as if it were Hell.
During my life I have seen, known, and lost too much to be the prey of vain dread; and, as for the hope of immortality, I am as weary of that as I am of gods and kings. For my own sake only I write this; and herein I differ from all other writers, past and to come.
I have this thing I say to myself that 'tomorrow can be better.' And I remember that period in my life where I never felt like tomorrow could be better. It was always dread for the next day.
What a folly to dread the thought of throwing away life at once, and yet have no regard to throwing it away by parcels and piecemeal.
I know a lot of people dread going to work every morning, but my work is playing pretend and doing stunts and screaming. It's a lot of fun and I get to play dress up. Every day is exciting and different and new and cool. I couldn't be more grateful.
I play Father Francis in 'The Exorcist Prequel.' It's fantastic. We are shooting in Morrocco and Rome. Paul Schrader is directing; Stellan Skarsgard plays the younger Max Von Sydow character. It's just a fantastic script. It's a very eerie, very scary script. It encomposes a growing dread that I think is really appropriate for the film.
I have become that mother I used to dread.
A State infinitely worse than that which the most inflamed Zealot, the most violent Republican or Enthusiast even pretended to dread before the Rebellion commenced.
I requested the gentlemen to put on their hats, and the ladies their shawls, to avoid catching cold, and then had the windows widely opened. This proceeding caused some astonishment and alarm at first; for the Americans generally have a dread of cold air.
I suppose that writers should, in a way, feel flattered by the censorship laws. They show a primitive fear and dread at the fearful magic of print.
He who would acquire fame must not show himself afraid of censure. The dread of censure is the death of genius.
William Gilmore Simms
The dread of criticism is the death of genius.
William Gilmore Simms
The grave, dread thing! Men shiver when thou'rt named: Nature appalled, Shakes off her wonted firmness.
In addition to the dread of Indians, Texas held out no inducements for Mexican emigrants.
William H. Wharton
I dread naming pieces of music because being instrumental, most of the time the songs that I write are instrumental, I want the listener to make up their own story as to what it is and get the emotion pure without using logic.
You know too well the forces which compose their army to dread their superior numbers.
Teach me to live, that I may dread The grave as little as my bed.
In dread fear of sentimentality, another thing true is not said-that for its staff the paper is a source of pride and, I do believe, an object of affection and-yes, love.
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger
The law serves of nought else in these days but for to do wrong, for nothing is spread almost but false matters by color of the law for reward, dread and favor and so no remedy is had in the Court of Equity in any way.
Dread lord and cousin, may the almighty preserve your reverence and lordship in long life and good fortune.
Liberty means responsibility. That's why most men dread it.
Antonio de Mendoza
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