Topper - Objects


  • Topper, a name for a pencil sharpener in Ireland
  • Topper, a nickname for a top hat
  • Harley-Davidson Topper, a motor scooter manufactured between 1960 and 1965
  • Topper or camper shell, a small housing mounted atop the rear bed of a pickup truck
  • Topper (dinghy), a class of sailing dinghy

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Famous quotes containing the word objects:

    Where then shall hope and fear their objects find?
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    It is an inexpressible Pleasure to know a little of the World, and be of no Character or Significancy in it. To be ever unconcerned, and ever looking on new Objects with an endless Curiosity, is a Delight known only to those who are turned for Speculation: Nay, they who enjoy it, must value things only as they are the Objects of Speculation, without drawing any worldly Advantage to themselves from them, but just as they are what contribute to their Amusement, or the Improvement of the Mind.
    Richard Steele (1672–1729)

    Words express neither objects nor ourselves.
    Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)