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  • Charles Dickens
    Charles Dickens
    English writer 1812-1870
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    A lady of what is commonly called an uncertain temper - a phrase which being interpreted signifies a temper tolerably certain to make everybody more or less uncomfortable.
  • Wyndham Lewis
    Wyndham Lewis
    British painter and author 1882-1957
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    If you do not regard feminism with an uplifting sense of the gloriousness of woman's industrial destiny, or in the way, in short, that it is prescribed, by the rules of the political publicist, that you should, that will be interpreted by your opponents as an attack on woman.
  • Alfred Marshall
    Alfred Marshall
    British economist 1842-1924
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    In common use almost every word has many shades of meaning, and therefore needs to be interpreted by the context.
  • Thomas Carlyle
    Thomas Carlyle
    Scottish writer and historicus 1795-1881
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    Reality, if rightly interpreted, is grander than fiction.
  • George Santayana
    George Santayana
    Spanish - American philosopher 1863 - 1952
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    Science is nothing but developed perception, interpreted intent, common sense rounded out and minutely articulated.
  • Karl Marx
    Karl Marx
    German economist and statephilospher 1818-1883
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    The philosophers have only interpreted the world in various ways; the point, however, is to change it.
  • Bella Freud
    Bella Freud
    British fashion designer 1961-
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    What I like doing is imagery that can be interpreted in any particular way by the person who wears it.
  • Antonin Scalia
    Antonin Scalia
    American jurist 1936-2016
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    Why in the world would you have it interpreted by nine lawyers?
  • Ambrose Bierce
    Ambrose Bierce
    American writer 1842-1914
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    Suffrage, noun. Expression of opinion by means of a ballot. The right of suffrage (which is held to be both a privilege and a duty) means, as commonly interpreted, the right to vote for the man of another man's choice, and is highly prized.
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