quote by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

When I am traveling in a carriage, or walking after a good meal, or during the night when I cannot sleep; it is on such occasions that ideas flow best and most abundantly.

— Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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When I am...traveling in a carriage, or walking after a good meal, or during the night when I cannot sleep; it is on such occasions that ideas flow best and most abundantly.

The thing I notice first about a woman is her walk.

A beautiful woman is like a race horse-slim, sleek and with a beautiful carriage.

In the carriages of the past, you can't go anywhere.

Because I could not stop for death, He kindly stopped for me;

The carriage held but just ourselves and immortality.

A woman of haughty and fierce carriage, of a nimble wit and active spirit, a very voluble tongue, more bold than a man.

Love and marriage, love and marriage, go together like a horse and carriage.

This I tell ya, brother, you can't have one without the other.

To go through life without love is to travel through the world in a carriage with closed windows.

Why should the wealth of the country be stored in banks and elevators while the idle workman wanders homeless about the streets and the idle loafers who hoard the gold only to spend it on riotous living are rolling about in fine carriages from which they look out on peaceful meetings and call them riots?

That man over there says that women need to be helped into carriages, and lifted over ditches, and to have the best place everywhere. Nobody ever helps me into carriages, or over mud-puddles, or gives me any best place! And ain't I a woman?

In many walks of life, a conscience is a more expensive encumbrance than a wife or a carriage.

Heroes are not known by the loftiness of their carriage;

the greatest braggarts are generally the merest cowards.

The word coach comes from the old English word coach, which was a vehicle, a carriage that took royalty or very important people from where they were to where they wanted to go. That's really what a coach is. He or she tries to create a vehicle that will help you get where you're going, not where the coach wants you to go.

An agreeable companion on a journey is as good as a carriage.

The great secret...is not having bad manners or good manners...but having the same manner for all human souls.

I stand on the sidewalk watching it because the responsibility is mine and I must, I take a very firm hold on the handles of the baby carriage and I wheel it into the traffic.

I love everything that makes up a milieu, the rolling of the carriages and the noise of the workmen in Paris, the cries of a thousand birds in the country, the movement of the ships on the waters. I love also absolute, profound silence, and, in short, I love everything that is around me, no matter where I am.

Are you implying that shreds of my reputation remain intact?" Will demanded with mock horror. "Clearly I have been doing something wrong. Or not something wrong, as the case may be." He banged on the side of the carriage. "Thomas! We must away at once to the nearest brothel. I seek scandal and low companionship.

Time's chariot-wheels make their carriage-road in the fairest face.

Now when I enter a carriage, it almost empties. But there's always one brave enough to stay.

When I was at school I used to scream in trains, in those concertina things between the carriages. I used to try to be so good that sometimes I couldn't bear it any more.

The best talk is artless, the talk of people trying to reassure or comfort themselves, women in the sun, grouped around baby carriages, talking about their weeks in the hospital or the way meat has gone up, or men in saloons, talking to combat the loneliness everyone feels.

By the end of the 20th Century there will be a generation to whom it will not be injurious to read a dozen quire of newspapers daily, to be constantly called to the telephone... and to live half their time in a railway carriage or in a flying machine.

Without dancing you can never attain a perfectly graceful carriage, which is of the highest importance in life.

A swift carriage, of a dark night, rattling with four horses over roads that one can’t see--that’s my idea of happiness.

He was not bound. No one led him by the arm. He got out of the carriage as if he were a free man.

A pleasant traveling companion on a journey is as good as a carriage.

Each day is the scholar of yesterday.

What of it? If I die, I die. It will be no great loss to the world, and I am thoroughly bored with life. I am like a man yawning at a ball; the only reason he does not go home to bed is that his carriage has not arrived yet.

Nobody outside of a baby carriage or a judge's chamber believes in an unprejudiced point of view.

The paperless office is possible, but not by imitating paper.

Note that the horseless carriage did not work by imitating horses.

I would much rather always look forward to the time when I am going to ride in a carriage, than to look back on the time when I used to.

A carriage will start from Washington in the morning, the passengers will breakfast at Baltimore, dine at Philadelphia, and sup in New York the same day.... Engines will drive boats 10 or 12 miles an hour, and there will be hundreds of steamers running on the Mississippi, as predicted years ago.

Among the New Hollanders whom we were thus engaged with, there was one who by his appearance and carriage, as well in the morning as this afternoon, seemed to be the chief of them, and a kind of prince or captain among them.

It is the habitual carriage of the umbrella that is the stamp of Respectability.

Robinson Crusoe was rather a moralist than a pietist, and his leaf-umbrella is as fine an example of the civilised mind striving to express itself under adverse circumstances as we have ever met with.

Charleston has something for everyone, rain or shine.

Its architecture is unparalleled. Carriage rides are great for seeing the city and hearing the history behind certain houses and the area.

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