Broken

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Broken Sword: The Shadow Of The Templars
... Broken Sword The Shadow of the Templars (also known as Circle of Blood in the United States) is a 1996 point-and-click adventure game developed by Revolution ... The game spawned a number of sequels collectively known as the Broken Sword series ...
Broken - Language
... as a short form for Broken English, to English-based pidgin and creole languages, especially Torres Strait Creole and Nigerian Pidgin ...
Broken Arrow (album)
... Broken Arrow is the twenty-fourth studio album by Neil Young, and his seventh with Crazy Horse ... and the last in a long string of rock albums broken only by Harvest Moon ...
1991 Philadelphia Phillies Season
... Dykstra, suffered three broken ribs, a broken right collarbone and a broken right cheekbone ... A broken rib punctured a lung and his heart was bruised, according to doctors ... Daulton suffered a broken left eye socket, a scratched left cornea and a heart bruise, doctors said ...
Gilgal Sculpture Garden - Visiting Hours
... cord be loosed, or the golden bow be broken, or the pitcher be broken at the fountain, or the wheel broken at the eistern" A statue ...

Famous quotes containing the word broken:

    Our little systems have their day;
    They have their day and cease to be:
    They are but broken lights of thee,
    And thou, O Lord, art more than they.
    Alfred Tennyson (1809–1892)

    When our two dusts with Waller’s shall be laid,
    Siftings on siftings in oblivion,
    Till change hath broken down
    All things save Beauty alone.
    Ezra Pound (1885–1972)

    There is a delicate balance of putting yourself last and not being a doormat and thinking of yourself first and not coming off as selfish, arrogant, or bossy. We spend the majority of our lives attempting to perfect this balance. When we are successful, we have many close, healthy relationships. When we are unsuccessful, we suffer the natural consequences of damaged and sometimes broken relationships. Children are just beginning their journey on this important life lesson.
    —Cindy L. Teachey. “Building Lifelong Relationships—School Age Programs at Work,” Child Care Exchange (January 1994)