Quiet may refer to:

  • Silence, a relative or total lack of sound

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Slick Black Cadillac
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Loud And Quiet
... Loud And Quiet is a free monthly music magazine that features new indie, alternative, electronic and rock bands and artists ... Issue 01 of Loud And Quiet featured Pete Doherty on its cover ... Originally an A5 black and white publication, Loud And Quiet printed two A4 issues in 2008 before being relaunched as a newspaper to cut growing print costs ...
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Famous quotes containing the word quiet:

    ... his
    quiet, not quiet at all, a tumult
    of images, but what are his images,
    he is blind? He doesn’t care
    that he looks strange, showing
    his thoughts on his face....
    Denise Levertov (b. 1923)

    Tell me not, sweet, I am unkind,
    That from the nunnery
    Of thy chaste breast and quiet mind
    To war and arms I fly.
    Richard Lovelace (1618–1658)

    When the whole world is writing letters, it’s easy to lap into the quiet within, tell the story of an hour, keep alive the narrating inner life. To be alone in the presence of one’s thought is not a value, only a common practice.
    Vivian Gornick (b. 1935)