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  • Martin Luther King
    Martin Luther King
    American preacher 1929-1968
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    Everybody can be great... because anybody can serve. You don't have to have a college degree to serve. You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. you only need a heart full of grace. a soul generated by love.
  • Cato the Elder
    Cato the Elder
    Roman senator and historian 234-149 BC
    Cato the Elder
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    Grasp the subject, the words will follow.
  • Winston Churchill
    Winston Churchill
    English statesman 1874-1965
    Winston Churchill
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    A fanatic is one who can't change his mind and won't change the subject.
  • Groucho Marx
    Groucho Marx
    American comic actor 1895-1977
    Groucho Marx
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    Age is not a particularly interesting subject. Anyone can get old. All you have to do is live long enough.
  • Huey P. Newton
    Huey P. Newton
    African-American political activist and revolutionary 1942-1989
    Huey P. Newton
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    Any unarmed people are slaves, or are subject to slavery at any given moment.
  • Carol Moseley Braun
    Carol Moseley Braun
    American diplomat, politician, and lawyer 1947-
    Carol Moseley Braun
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    It's hard to be the first. It's almost as if I'm subject to a different level of inspection.
  • Hannah Arendt
    Hannah Arendt
    German-born American political theorist 1906-1975
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    Man cannot be free if he does not know that he is subject to necessity, because his freedom is always won in his never wholly successful attempts to liberate himself from necessity.
  • John Updike
    John Updike
    American writer and criticus 1932-
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    Our brains are no longer conditioned for reverence and awe. We cannot imagine a Second Coming that would not be cut down to size by the televised evening news, or a Last Judgment not subject to pages of holier-than-thou second-guessing in The New York Review of Books.
  • Thomas Mann
    Thomas Mann
    German Author, Critic 1875-1955
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    You ask what is the use of classification, arrangement, systemization? I answer you: order and simplification are the first steps toward the mastery of a subject-the actual enemy is the unknown.
  • Horace
    Horace
    Roman poet 65-8 BC
    Horace
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    You who write, choose a subject suited to your abilities and think long and hard on what your powers are equal to and what they are unable to perform.
  • Bennet Omalu
    Bennet Omalu
    Nigerian-American physician and neuropathologist 1968-
    Bennet Omalu
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    A child who plays a game of football for one season without any documented concussion - several months after that season, if you subject his brain to sophisticated psychological testing and radiological testing, functional MRIs, there is evidence of brain damage.
  • Bainbridge Colby
    Bainbridge Colby
    American politician and attorney 1869-1950
    Bainbridge Colby
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    A liberty subject to law and subordinate to the common welfare.
  • Bill Brandt
    Bill Brandt
    British photographer and photojournalist 1904-1983
    Bill Brandt
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    A photographer must be prepared to catch and hold on to those elements which give distinction to the subject or lend it atmosphere.
    Source: Bill Brandt: selected texts and bibliography
  • George F. Will
    George F. Will
    American columnist 1941-
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    A politician's words reveal less about what he thinks about his subject than what he thinks about his audience.
  • Cass Canfield
    Cass Canfield
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    A publisher should always be on the receiving end. He should take an interest in almost any subject and remain anonymous, letting the author take center stage.
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