Strangers or The Strangers may refer to:
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... The Strangers are a race of supernatural creatures from another plane of existence that allied with the original Godking of Khalidor Roygaris Ursuul, giving him access to ... corpses to inhabit- with the most powerful and high-ranked Stranger ever summoned, a Titan, requiring and leading 4,826,809 sacrifices / krul ... In order, the hierarchy of the Strangers is Krul, Daemons (White Krul), Bone Lords, Fiends, Archanghuls and Night Lords, with Titans possibly more than a ...
... a British television science fiction comedy drama serial Strangers on a Train (film) The Stranger (disambiguation) Strange (disambiguation) ...
... Consequential strangers are personal connections other than family and close friends ... Also known as "peripheral" or "weak" ties, they lie in the broad social territory between strangers and intimates (see Definition below) ... broader social landscape suggests that consequential strangers provide many of the same benefits as intimates as well as many distinct and complementary functions ...
... Strangers (Parliament of the United Kingdom), people in the Houses of Parliament who are not Members of Parliament or officials Elizabethan Strangers or Strangers, a name applied to French ...
Famous quotes containing the word strangers:
“Can they never tell
What is dragging them back, and how it will end? Not at night?
Not when the strangers come? Never, throughout
The whole hideous inverted childhood? Well,
We shall find out.”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)
“Anyone who has invented a better mousetrap, or the contemporary equivalent, can expect to be harassed by strangers demanding that you read their unpublished manuscripts or undergo the humiliation of public speaking, usually on remote Midwestern campuses.”
—Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)
Are armed, but we are strangers to the stars,
And strangers to the mystic beast and bird,
And strangers to the plant and to the mine.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)