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Poems, for me, begin as a social engagement. I want to establish a kind of sociability or even hospitality at the beginning of a poem. The title and the first few lines are a kind of welcome mat where I am inviting the reader inside.
When you put a poem on a Kindle, the lines are broken in order to fit on the screen. And so instead of being the poet's decision, it becomes the device's decision.
I work best when a little scared, when there's so much more than the lines to think about.
There really are so many lines of work that you can join that don't have to only be design. And that was one that particularly interested me a lot, because the editors could appreciate all the trends, all the designs and all the work of the designers.
When I was 20, I had these furrowed lines between my brows because I was always angry. And I was 20. I don't think that was a mark of age; it was just my personality.
Doing scripted acting is a challenge to me. I can't remember things too good, so remembering lines is a challenge to your boy.
My beauty secret is to try to keep my heart as open and happy as I can, because it really makes the sad lines on my face look better.
The movement of the emitters of the spectral lines may be deduced on the basis of the Doppler principle.
People really in the meat grinder of the front lines are not, for the most part, insured or salaried network correspondents. They're young freelancers. They're kind of a cheap date for the news industry.
I've worked on shows where the lead actor doesn't know their lines, doesn't care, and it affects everybody - the crew, the director, the other actors. It's definitely a responsibility.
One of the lines from my books is about having respect for different minds, and if I had to have an epitaph at this point in my life, that would be it.
In 'Night At The Museum 3,' with Ben Stiller, I was only given a couple of lines. If you are in guys' comedies, it's not like you are ever going to just get handed some jokes and a brilliant role.
I wanted to portray very, very dark subject matter and a deceptively complex story in the brightest colours and simplest lines possible to leave the readers reeling.
Certain product lines are more suited to be manufactured in proximity with the customer, while others are more suitable to be manufactured in India.
I have done quite a few things that I'm not proud of. But now I can equate it to artistry without an outlet. At school, I couldn't help but colour outside the lines. My passion just caused my reactions to be that much more volatile.
'Phantom' was for me an interesting technique of telling the story. You have one voice that it is in the present telling what is happening, and then there's one voice from the past that's also driving the story forward. And you know that the two story lines will meet eventually.
Besides merely some pleasure that we get out of the combinations of pitches together and lines, I think that there is some satisfaction that we get in the fact of having this diffuse thing organized very concretely and put onto a frame and have it actually decided.
It's been about ten years since I've worked with actors who knew their lines!
I love playing smart and tough and having funny lines.
I was a hard worker, and I always knew my lines.
There is still need to think and plan, but on a different scale, and along different lines.
C. S. Forester
Comic-Con has been an amazing experience. It's overwhelming, I have to admit, because of the lines and the crowds.
I was surprised to see the meeting was of Communists and the whole meeting was along Communist lines.
At four lines, with the quatrain, we reach the basic stanza form familiar from a whole range of English poetic practice. This is the length of the ballad stanza, the verse of a hymn, and innumerable other kinds of verse.
In my opinion, it is easier to avoid iambic rhythms, when writing in syllabics, if you create a line or pattern of lines using odd numbers of syllables.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
John F. Kennedy
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