In this post, you will find great Volumes Quotes from famous people, such as Mark Udall, Chris Bohjalian, Scottie Pippen, Imogen Cunningham, Dan Pena. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
Whether I’m doing a routine where I want to move people, or if I want to feel moved myself, I definitely tap into those moments where it’s not just dancing or movement. It might just be a hand gesture or just a slow look, or even just the way you slightly tip your head forward. These subtleties speak volumes.
It is not a life at all. It is a reticence, in three volumes.
Some museum boards think that choosing an architect can be reduced to a science, but it comes down to a matter of taste, pure and simple. A shortlist of prospective designers speaks volumes about the likely outcome. If the candidates‘ styles are too divergent, the search committee doesn’t know what it wants.
Vast volumes of mixed media surround us, from music to games and videos. Yet almost all of our online actions still begin and end with writing: text messages, status updates, typed search queries, comments and responses, screens packed with verbal exchanges and, underpinning it all, countless billions of words.
I’m a scorer. I score in volumes.
Sad to think that we won‘t have any new stories from John Updike, one of the last century‘s masters. But so many here in the two volumes of his collected stories, 186 by my count, stories to read, reread, savor over the course of a cold season. Updike’s genius in the short form spills out of these many, many pages.
In the ’80s, when I was watching Bond films in the cinemas, Roger Moore was the man. I’ll always have a soft spot for him. His Bond films were light-hearted and silly as well as action-packed. For me, this spoke volumes. It meant that, someday, maybe someone like me with a whacky sense of humour could be James Bond.
I was a complete and typical only child. I was bookish, and sport was out of the question anyway. I had read all of Dickens and most of the volumes of Arthur Mee’s Children’s Encyclopedia by the time I was 11. The only time I was popular at school was the day I won the debating competition for my house.