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"... Religion ... [is] the basis and foundation of government ... before any man can be considered as a member of civil society, he must be considered as a subject of the Governor of the Universe. "
By James Madison
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"...in the lexicon of the political class, the word "sacrifice" means that the citizens are supposed to mail even more of their income to Washington so that the political class will not have to sacrifice the pleasure of spending it. "
By George Will, Newsweek, 2/22/93
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"... Nature, whose sweet rains fall of just and unjust alike, will have clefts in the rocks where I may hide, and secret valleys in whose silence I may weep undetected. She will hang the night with stars so that I may walk abroad in the darkness without stumbling, and send the wind over my footprints so that none may track me to my hurt: she will cleanse me in great waters, and with bitter herbs make me whole. "
By Oscar Wilde, "De Profundis"
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"...adults are just obsolete children and the hell with them. "
By Dr. Seuss, (as quoted in his obit in Time)
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"[End of diatribe. We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming...] "
By Larry Wall in Configure from the perl distribution
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"[The body is] a marvelous machine...a chemical laboratory, a power-house. Every movement, voluntary or involuntary, full of secrets and marvels! "
By Theodor Herzl
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"[Long hair] is considered bohemian, which may be why I grew it, but I keep it long because I love the way it feels, part cloak, part fan, part mane, part security blanket. "
By Marge Piercy
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"[Medicine is] a collection of uncertain prescriptions the results of which, taken collectively, are more fatal than useful to mankind. "
By Napoleon Bonaparte
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"[Water is] the only drink for a wise man. "
By Henry David Thoreau
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"[Spring is] a true reconstructionist. "
By Henry Timrod
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"[Television is] the triumph of machine over people. "
By Fred Allen
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"[Sleep is] the golden chain that ties health and our bodies together. "
By Thomas Dekker
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"[Common sense] is the best sense I know of. "
By Lord Chesterfield
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"...Then anyone who leaves behind him a written manual, and likewise anyone who receives it, in the belief that such writing will be clear and certain, must be exceedingly simple-minded... "
By Plato, _Phaedrus_
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"#1597. Everything is deemed possible except that which is impossible in the nature of things. "
By California Civil Code, "Object of a Contract"
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"#3528. The law respects form less than substance. "
By California Civil Code, "Maxims of Jurisprudence"
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"#3529. That which ought to have been done is to be regarded as done. "
By California Civil Code, "Maxims of Jurisprudence"
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"#3530. That which does not appear to exist is to be regarded as if it did not exist. "
By California Civil Code, "Maxims of Jurisprudence"
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"#3532. The law neither does nor requires idle acts. "
By California Civil Code, "Maxims of Jurisprudence"
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"#3533. The law disregards trifles. "
By California Civil Code, "Maxims of Jurisprudence"
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