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Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.
Winston Churchill end
I am extraordinarily patient provided I get my own way in the end.
Margaret Thatcher end
Letter to a Friend of Peace
Albert Einstein end
It is easier to resist at the beginning than at the end.
Leonardo da Vinci end
He felt now that he was not simply close to her, but that he did not know where he ended and she began.
Leo Tolstoy end
One should not lose ones temper unless one is certain of getting more and more angry to the end.
Oprah Winfrey end
James David Barber, presidential scholar, cited by Mark Hertsgaard, On Bended Knee: The Press and the Reagan Presidency
Ronald Reagan end
That a peasant may become king does not render the kingdom democratic.
Woodrow Wilson end
People always say I'm a legend, but I'm not. Not until I've defended my Olympic titles. That's when I've decided I'll be a legend.
Usain Bolt end
Nothing ends nicely, that's why it ends.
Tom Cruise end
Aegrescit medendo.
Latin proverbs end
Amnesty, n. The state’s magnaminity to those offenders whom it would be too expensive to punish.
Ambrose Bierce end
Never depend on the multitude, full of instability and whims; always take precautions against it.
Napoleon I of France end
Ikke tusend ord sig prenter, som
Henrik Ibsen end
Have more than thou showest, Speak less than thou knowest, Lend less than thou owest, Ride more than thou goest, Learn more than thou trowest, Set less than thou throwest; Leave thy drink and thy whore, And keep in-a-door, And thou shall have more Than two tens to a score.
King Lear end
Awhich robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul.
George Bernard Shaw end
Not only is there no God, but try getting a plumber on weekends.
Woody Allen end
Quotations from Aristotle are often cited by , which are keyed to the original Greek and therefore independent of the translation used.
Aristotle end
Sir Amice Pawlet, when he saw too much haste made in any matter, was wont to say. "Stay a while, that we may make an end the sooner."
Francis Bacon end
Non enim omnis error stultitia est dicenda.
Cicero end
La logique nous apprend que sur tel ou tel chemin nous sommes s
Henri Poincar© end
But the validity of a doctrine does not depend on whose ox it gores.
Robert H. Jackson end
Que les supplices des criminels soient utiles. Un homme pendu n’est bon
Voltaire end
He who chooses the beginning of a road chooses the place it leads to. It is the means that determine the end.
Harry Emerson Fosdick end
And so on to the end of the chapter.
Fran§ois Rabelais end
The individual who refuses to defend hiswhen called by his , deserves to be a , and must be punished as anof hisandto her .
Andrew Jackson end
The end justifies the means.
List of misquotations end
In total desperation, I called over to the engineering building, and I said, "Please cut off a nanosecond and send it over to me."
Grace Hopper end
Theconsists of non-simultaneously apprehended events.
Buckminster Fuller end
No reference is truly direct—every reference depends on SOME kind of coding scheme. It's just a question of how implicit it is.
Douglas Hofstadter end
Pablo Neruda end
What can and doesn't have to be always, at the end, surrenders to something that has to be.
Ivo Andrić end
...der kann sich nicht entbrechen, in Sokrates den einen Wendepunkt und Wirbel der sogenannten Weltgeschichte zu sehen. Denn d
Friedrich Nietzsche end
La pluma es la lengua del alma: cuales fueren los conceptos que en ella se engendraren, tales ser
Miguel Cervantes end
A bureaucracy always tends to become a pedantocracy.
John Stuart Mill end
Society waits unformed and is between things ended and things begun.
Walt Whitman end
is as ill at ease under indifference as tenderness is under awhich it cannot return . . .
George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans) end
...Seggendo in piuma in fama non si vien, n
Dante Alighieri end
Ends and beginnings—there are no such things. There are only middles.
Robert Frost end
Un jour viendra o
Victor Hugo end
Nunc est bibendum, nunc pede libero pulsanda tellus.
Horace end
They defend their errors as if they were defending their inheritance.
Edmund Burke end
There is a rhythm to the ending...
Erica Jong end
Ferdinand Mendez Pinto was but a type of thee, thou liar of the first magnitude.
William Congreve end
The enduring is something which must be accounted for. One cannot simply shrug it off.
Walker Percy end
What isis easy to get, and What is terrible is easy to endure.
Epicurus end
Audendo virtus crescit, tardando timor.
Publilius Syrus end
Interea dulces pendent circum oscula nati, Casta pudicitiam servat domus.
Vergil end
I know not what I could have been, but feel I am not what I should be — let it end.
Lord Byron end
Error has no end.
Robert Browning end
But they that are above Have ends in everything.
Beaumont and Fletcher end
L'homme croit souvent se conduire lorsqu'il est conduit; et pendant que par son esprit il tend
La Rochefoucauld end
Big-endians and small-endians.
Jonathan Swift end
From hence, let fierce contending nations know, What dire effects from civil discord flow.
Joseph Addison end
Do nothing till thou hast well considered the end of it.
Matthey Henry end
All mortals tend to turn into the thing they are pretending to be.
C. S. Lewis end
I have them at my fingers' ends.
Twelfth Night end
When I tell any Truth it is not for the sake of Convincing those who do not know it but for the sake of defending those who Do
William Blake end
The only thing that stops God sending a second Flood is that the first one was useless.
Nicolas Chamfort end
C.G. Jung, , Joseph L. Henderson, Jolande Jacobi, Aniela Jaff
Carl Jung end
Wer immer strebend sich bem
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe end
Il n'est pas de plaisir plus doux que de surprendre un homme en lui donnant plus qu'il n'esp
Charles Baudelaire end
That which hits the fan tends to get flung in all directions.
Larry Wall end
End welfare as we know it.
Bill Clinton end
Philosophy's error is to be too endurable.
Emil Cioran end
We can see nothing face to face; our utmost seeing is but a fumbling of blind finger-ends in an overcrowded pocket.
Samuel Butler (novelist) end
She hugged the offender, and forgave the offense: Sex to the last.
John Dryden end
Sweete Themmes runne softly, till I end my Song.
Edmund Spenser end
Evil perpetually tends to disappear.
Herbert Spencer end
Presents, I often say, endear absents.
Charles Lamb end
When debtors once have borrowed all we have to lend, they are very apt to grow shy of their creditors' company.
John Vanbrugh end
No end?.
George Herbert end
There was no end to the ways in which nice things are nicer than nasty ones.
Kingsley Amis end
No, Travaglio kills no one. With a knife. He uses a weapon much more refined and unendictable in court: the archive.
Indro Montanelli end
So blend the turrets and shadows there That all seem pendulous in air, While from a proud tower in the town Death looks gigantically down.
Edgar Allan Poe end
Remember there's a big difference between kneeling down and bending over.
Frank Zappa end
If the press descended, thewould surely suffer.
Carl Sagan end
Gautama Buddha end
God never sends th' mouth but he sendeth meat.
John Heywood end
I did not know then how much was ended.
Black Elk end
She beckoned to him, shining and silver, and he knew he must go: unafraid, not hesitating, he paused only at the garden's edge, as though he'd forgotten something, he stopped and looked back at the bloomless, descending blue, at the boy he had left behind.
Truman Capote end
No reference is truly direct—every reference depends on some kind of coding scheme. It's just a question of how implicit it is.
G¶del, Escher, Bach: an Eternal Golden Braid end
The Empire Never Ended
Philip K. Dick end
Mendacem memorem esse oportet
Quintilian end
The distinction between indoors and outdoors, which in England is usually so marked, was temporarily suspended in a hot gauzy haze.
Quentin Crisp end
Know ye not that the end and object of conquest is to avoid doing the same thing as the conquered?
Alexander the Great end
I'm very drunk and I intend on getting still drunker before this evening is over.
Gone with the Wind (film) end
: Leela's gonna kill me. Bender: No, she'll probably make me do it.
Futurama end
Allwissend bin ich nicht; doch viel ist mir bewu
Goethe's Faust end
When I andblend the grass gets cropped.
John Carder Bush end
It were endless to dispute upon everything that is disputable.
William Penn end
The first task of the Magician in every ceremony is therefore to render his Circle absolutely impregnable.
Aleister Crowley end
Les plus beaux mots du monde ne sont que de vains sons, si on ne les comprend pas.
Anatole France end
Die Eule der Minerva beginnt erst mit der einbrechenden D
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel end
McGilligan, Patrick (1999). Clint: The Life and Legend. London: Harper Collins. .
Clint Eastwood end
Aus unendlichen Sehns
Rainer Maria Rilke end
Now we were standing close to the summit's rim, gazing out into the endless East.
Friedrich H¶lderlin end
"If any of us takes a rest, We'll be arrested sure, And get no restitution 'Cause the rest we must endure."
L. Frank Baum end
Wherever Law ends, Tyranny begins.
John Locke end
They never noticed that he was in fact what they only pretended to be.
Orson Scott Card end
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