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  • Walter Cronkite
    Walter Cronkite
    American broadcast journalist 1916-2009
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    I asked [my doctors] if I'd be able to play singles tennis and they said I could. That made me very happy since I haven't played in five years.
  • Mahatma Gandhi
    Mahatma Gandhi
    Indian politician 1917-1985
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    I have nothing new to teach the world. Truth and Non-violence are as old as the hills. All I have done is to try experiments in both on as vast a scale as I could.
  • Mark Twain
    Mark Twain
    American writer (ps. of Samuel Langhorne Clemens) 1835-1910
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    I never could tell a lie that anybody would doubt, nor a truth that anybody would believe.
  • Thomas Love Peacock
    Thomas Love Peacock
    English novelist, poet, and official 1785-1866
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    I never failed to convince an audience that the best thing they could do was to go away.
  • Brendan F. Behan
    Brendan F. Behan
    Irish Republican, poet, short story writer, novelist, and playwright 1923-1964
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    I was court-martial in my absence, and sentenced to death in my absence, so I said they could shoot me in my absence.
  • Sam Houston
    Sam Houston
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    I would give no thought of what the world might say of me, if I could only transmit to posterity the reputation of an honest man.
  • Samuel Johnson
    Samuel Johnson
    English writer 1709-1784
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    If a man could say nothing against a character but what he can prove, history could not be written.
  • Lawana Blackwell
    Lawana Blackwell
    English writer 1952-
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    If there was strife and contention in the home, very little else in life could compensate for it.
  • If you were going to die soon and had only one phone call you could make, who would you call and what would you say? And why are you waiting?
  • Mary Wortley Montagu
    Mary Wortley Montagu
    English aristocrat, letter writer and poet 1689-1762
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    Nature has not placed us in an inferior rank to men, no more than the females of other animals, where we see no distinction of capacity, though I am persuaded if there was a commonwealth of rational horses... it would be an established maxim amongst them that a mare could not be taught to pace.
  • Assata Shakur
    Assata Shakur
    American activist and former member of the Black Liberation Army (BLA) 1947-
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    People are really beginning to see the mechanisms of imperialism. When colonialism existed people could see colonialism. When racial segregation existed in its apartheid form, people could see the whites only signs. But it's much more difficult to see the structures of neo-imperialism, neo-colonialism, neo-slavery.
  • Arthur Baer
    Arthur Baer
    American journalist and humorist 1886-1969
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    She used to diet on any kind of food she could lay her hands on.
  • Thomas Szasz
    Thomas Szasz
    American psychiatrist 1920-
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    The many faces of intimacy: the Victorians could experience it through correspondence, but not through cohabitation; contemporary men and women can experience it through fornication, but not through friendship.
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley
    Percy Bysshe Shelley
    English poet 1792-1822
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    There is a harmony in autumn, and a luster in its sky, which through the summer is not heard or seen, as if it could not be, as if it had not been!
  • Jim Rohn
    Jim Rohn
    American entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker 1930-2009
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    To solve any problem, here are three questions to ask yourself: First, what could I do? Second, what could I read? And third, who could I ask?
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