Early Australian Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Top 9 Early Australian Sayings

#1. Technology was something I avoided when I started out - I didn't even have electric guitars. Only played acoustic. - Author: Beck
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#2. The so-called commercialism includes elements like story, plots, rhythms and large big scenes. - Author: Zhang Yimou
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#3. I've been a Nick Cave fan since the early '80s when he was part of The Birthday Party thing singing Australian self-destructive rock band and I've always followed his work and loved it. - Author: Aleksandar Hemon
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#4. What's unacceptable is that you'll accept my cock in practically every orifice of your body, my tongue in your ass and you'll swallow my semen, but you won't accept clothing from me. - Author: Ella Dominguez
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#5. If you have ever had a miserable experience, then you have probably had it said to you that you would feel better in the morning. This, of course, is utter nonsense, because a miserable experience remains a miserable experience even on the loveliest of morning. - Author: Lemony Snicket
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#6. And I grew up watching all the British ones so when you hear that from an early age, it makes it much easier than you guys who don't grow up with Australian television or British television. - Author: Rachel Griffiths
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#7. Activating oxygen can produce compounds called radicals that put oxidative stress on cells. Such stress could ultimately lead to cancer and other diseases. - Author: John Simon
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#8. That which I might endeavour to find in other ways seeks me incessantly and gives itself to me through all creatures. - Author: Jean-Pierre De Caussade
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#9. At present, there can be little doubt that the whole of mankind is in mortal danger, not because we are short of scientific and technological know-how, but because we tend to use it destructively, without wisdom. More education can help us only if produces more wisdom. - Author: E.F. Schumacher
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