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Quotes 91 till 105 of 1943.

  • Beatrice Webb
    Beatrice Webb
    English sociologist and economist 1858-1943
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    ... if I had been a man, self-respect, family pressure and the public opinion of my class would have pushed me into a money-making profession; as a mere woman I could carve out a career of disinterested research.
  • G. C. Lichtenberg
    G. C. Lichtenberg
    German writer and physicist 1742-1799
    G. C. Lichtenberg
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    A book is a mirror: If an ass peers into it, you can't expect an apostle to look out.
  • Alan Turing
    Alan Turing
    English mathematician and computer scientist 1912-1954
    Alan Turing
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    A computer would deserve to be called intelligent if it could deceive a human into believing that it was human.
  • Thomas Fuller
    Thomas Fuller
    English preacher and writer 1608-1661
    Thomas Fuller
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    A drinker has a hole under his nose that all his money runs into.
  • Enid Bagnold
    Enid Bagnold
    British writer, playwright 1889-1981
    Enid Bagnold
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    A father is always making his baby into a little woman. And when she is a woman he turns her back again.
  • Bruno Rossi
    Bruno Rossi
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    A feeling that was possibly generated by experiences in my previous work on cosmic rays; more likely it was inborn and was the reason why, as a young man, I went into the field of cosmic rays.
  • Albert Einstein
    Albert Einstein
    German - American physicist 1879-1955
    Albert Einstein
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    A finely tempered nature longs to escape from the personal life into the world of objective perception and thought.
  • Aslan Maskhadov
    Aslan Maskhadov
    Chechen politician 1951-2005
    Aslan Maskhadov
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    A foreign ideology cannot be introduced into Chechnya - were it through an Arab or al-Qaeda. Our experience is rich and long enough for us to be Muslims and know what jihad is.
  • Barbara Ehrenreich
    Barbara Ehrenreich
    American author and political activist 1941-
    Barbara Ehrenreich
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    A free-enterprise economy depends only on markets, and according to the most advanced mathematical macroeconomic theory, markets depend only on moods: specifically, the mood of the men in the pinstripes, also known as the Boys on the Street. When the Boys are in a good mood, the market thrives; when they get scared or sullen, it is time for each one of us to look into the retail apple business.
  • Carson Daly
    Carson Daly
    American television host, radio personality and producer 1973-
    Carson Daly
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    A friend of mine - a cameraman at MTV - lost a lot of weight from cycling, and I thought I'd try it, too, thinking whenever you look at a cyclist they all look super-skinny, so hey, why not? But then it turned into such a psychologically satisfying thing.
  • George Herbert
    George Herbert
    English poet 1593-1633
    George Herbert
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    A garden must be looked into, and dressed as the body.
  • Henry Fielding
    Henry Fielding
    English writer 1707-1754
    Henry Fielding
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    A good face they say, is a letter of recommendation. O Nature, Nature, why art thou so dishonest, as ever to send men with these false recommendations into the World!
  • Emily Brontë
    Emily Brontë
    British writer, poet 1818-1848
    Emily Brontë
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    A good heart will help you to a bonny face, my lad and a bad one will turn the bonniest into something worse than ugly.
  • Billy Campbell
    Billy Campbell
    American film and television actor 1959-
    Billy Campbell
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    A great deal of my battle, as an actor, is to whittle away the things that make me self-conscious and try to trick myself into not being self-conscious. So, it's always a challenge, whether I'm lying in a hospital bed or flying around with a rocket pack on my back, or what have you. On the best of days, it's a challenge for me.
  • Bill Moyers
    Bill Moyers
    American journalist 1934-
    Bill Moyers
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    A journalist is basically a chronicler, not an interpreter of events. Where else in society do you have the license to eavesdrop on so many different conversations as you have in journalism? Where else can you delve into the life of our times?
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