Dobby hears things, sir, he is a house-elf, he goes all over the castle as he lights the fires and mops the floors
The house of every one is to him as his castle and fortress, as well for his defence against injury and violence as for his repose.edward coke
A man's house is his castle — et domus sua cuique est tutissimum refugium.edward coke
He found in the narcotic night world a kind of modern counterpart to the gothic castle — a zone of peril to be symbolically or existentially crossed.nancy peters
Writing anything, it sorta starts the way you'd build a castle at the beach. You're just taking your hands and you're mounting up sand.aaron sorkin
A man's home is his castle.
The mistletoe hung in the castle hall, The holly-branch shone on the old oak wall.thomas haynes bayly
There is nothing at all that remains: nor any house; nor any castle, however strong; nor any love, however tender and sound; nor any comradeship among men, however hardy. Nothing remains but the things of which I will not speak, because we have spoken enough of them already during these four days. But I who am old will give you advice, which is this to consider chiefly from now onwards those permanent things which are, as it were, the shores of this age and the harbours of our glittering and pleasant but dangerous and wholly changeful sea.hilaire belloc
Conscience is the most sacred of all property; other property depending in part on positive law, the exercise of that being a natural and unalienable right. To guard a man's house as his castle, to pay public and enforce private debts with the most exact faith, can give no title to invade a man's conscience, which is more sacred than his castle, or to withhold from it that debt of protection for which the public faith is pledged by the very nature and original conditions of the social pact.james madison
Saint George and the Dragon!-Bonny Saint George for Merry England!-The castle is won!walter scott
A man's house is his castle et domus sua cuique est tutissimum refugium .edward coke
My whinstone house my castle is, I have my own four walls.thomas carlyle
The house of every one is to him as his castle and fortress, as well for his defence against injury and violence, as for his repose.Sir Edward Coke
The house is a castle which the King cannot enter.ralph waldo emerson
An Englishman's home is his castle.
Like an echo from a ruined castle, prayer is an echo from the ruined human soul of the sweet promise of God.
Every castle of the air Sleeps in the fine black grains, and there Are seeds for every romance, or light Whiff of a dream for a summer night.Amy Lowell
The house of every one is to him as his castle and fortress, as well for his defence against injury and violence, as for his repose.
So, destroy my castle by sorcery, would you, toad face? Well, Irongron's magic is too strong for you!
So, destroy my castle by sorcery, would you, Toadface? Well, Irongron's magic is too strong for you!
I thought of the soul as resembling a castle , formed of a single diamond or a very transparent crystal , and containing many rooms, just as in Heaven there are many mansions.
Valerie: Bye bye, boys!
Miracle Max: Have fun stormin' da castle.
Valerie: Think it'll work?
Miracle Max: It would take a miracle.
Much of my life seems in retrospect to have been spent in the company of putative national leaders passing through the process of being denounced and imprisoned for sedition, as part of the inevitable progression towards the Prime Ministership and the ritual tea-party at Windsor castle.james cameron
If you remove the English army tomorrow and hoist the green flag over Dublin castle, unless you set about the organization of the Socialist Republic your efforts would be in vain. England would still rule you. She would rule you through her capitalists, through her landlords, through her financiers, through the whole array of commercial and individualist institutions she has planted in this country and watered with the tears of our mothers and the blood of our martyrs.james connolly
Much of my life seems in retrospect to have been spent in the company of putative national leaders passing through the process of being denounced and imprisoned for sedition, as part of the inevitable progression towards the Prime Ministership and the ritual tea-party at Windsor castle.
From Stirling castle we had seen The mazy Forth unravelled; Had trod the banks of Clyde and Tay, And with the Tweed had travelled; And when we came to Clovenford, Then said "my winsome marrow," "Whate'er betide, we'll turn aside, And see the braes of Yarrow."william wordsworth
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