2. "I’m a good self-starter when it comes to guilt."
- James Andrew Miller, Live From New York: An Uncensored History Of Saturday Night Live
3. "In their price range on Alice Island, all the houses are starter homes, though A.J. feels like he is past the starter home age of his life. Weird kitchens and floorplans, too-small rooms, ominous references to foundation issues."
- Gabrielle Zevin, The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry
4. "Many beginning bot builders head down to the local junkyard and purchase a couple of starter motors, assuming that any low-cost, 12-volt DC motor capable of spinning up an automobile engine must be really powerful and torquey. True enough, but starter motors, being series wound, must be modified to make them reverse. While starter motors have been used successfully to drive robots, it takes"
- William Gurstelle, Building Bots: Designing and Building Warrior Robots
5. "He recovers and seems to possess all his earlier faculties, with one exception: the formerly mild-mannered Gage is now something of a hellion, an impulsive shit-starter."
- Mary Roach, The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2011
7. "Gertrude, behind her, again had just one... That one little feather she had as a starter. But now that's enough, because now she is smarter."
- Dr. Seuss, Yertle the Turtle and other Stories-Bartholomew and the Oobleck
8. "I remember the first time we took off our clothes in front of each other. It was like unwinding bandages. I was as much of a man as Olivia could bear at that point. I was her starter kit."
- Jeffrey Eugenides, Middlesex
9. "he tells me that he has seen me in issue No. 5 of Crablegs and Muletears and that I am getting better, and I tell him that I am a slow starter and being only 42"
- Charles Bukowski, The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses Over the Hills
10. "Sourdough Starter Ingredients Organic whole rye flour Raw honey Filtered or spring water (so bacteria-killing chlorine is removed) Mix 3 tablespoons (30 grams) lukewarm water (about 80˚ to 90˚F) with 1 teaspoon raw honey. Add 3 tablespoons (20 grams) rye flour and let this sit in a covered container for 1 to 2 days. The amount of time depends on the ambient temperature. If your kitchen is cool, the organisms will be less active and you’ll need more time. Ideally keep it at around 75˚F (24˚C). An oven with the light or pilot light on works well. If you can maintain an ambient temperature of 75˚F (24˚C), this first phase will probably take a day, which would be the case on your kitchen counter in the summer. If you simply ferment it in a cold kitchen in winter, it will likely take two days. When you pass by the starter, give it a mix with a spoon every now and again: your animals like oxygen in the initial stages. If they are happy, you will begin to see tiny bubbles forming on the"
- Samuel Fromartz, In Search of the Perfect Loaf: A Home Baker's Odyssey