Support us

If you like our site, any click is welcome, means a lot to us:

Add new quote >>

Fun Facts starting with D

Found 352 quotes, where title starting on letter d.

[ 1 ] [ 2 ] [ 3 ] [ 4 ]

Dance is the hidden language... by Martha Graham
Dance is the hidden language of... by Martha Graham
Dancing is a contact sport. Football... by Vince Lombardi, Lombardi Winning is the only thing (by Jerry Kramer)
Dancing is like dreaming... by Constanze
Danger and delight grow on... by English Proverb
Dangerous is wrath concealed.... by Seneca
Danger past, God... by Scottish Proverb
Dare to... by Andre Gide
Dare to... by R. Buckminster Fuller
Dare to be wise.... by Anonymous
Daring ideas are like chessmen... by Goethe
Darkness cannot drive out darkness;... by Martin Luther King Jr.
Darling: the popular form of address... by Oliver Herford
Data is not information, Information... by Cliff Stoll & Gary Schubert
Daughters go into analysis hating... by Laurie Jo Wojcik
Daylight follows... by Maasai Proverb
Daylight, in my mind, the... by Harper Lee, To Kill A Mockingbird
Deadlines are things that we pass... by Peter Gabriel
Dealing with network executives... by Eric Sevareid
Dear Mary: We all knew you... by Dorothy Parker, telegram to friend who had given birth
Death be not proud, though some... by John Donne, Death Be Not Proud
Death ends a life, not a... by Morrie Schwartz, Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom
Death hath so many doors... by John Fletcher, The Custom of the Country (1647)
Death is a friend of ours; and... by Sir Francis Bacon
Death is as light as a feather;... by Robert Jordan, The Wheel of Time
Death is a veil which those who... by Percy B. Shelley
Death is a very dull, dreary affair,... by W. Somerset Maugham
Death is better, a milder... by Aeschylus, Agamemnon
Death is more universal than life;... by A. Sachs
Death is not extinguishing the... by Rabindranath Tagore
Death is nothing, but to live... by Napoleon Bonaparte
Death is nothing to us, since... by Epicurus, from Diogenes Laertius, Lives of Eminent Philosophers
Death is not the worst; rather,... by Sophocles, Electra
Death is not the worst than can... by Plato
Death is not the worst thing;... by Sophocles, Electra
Death is the enemy. I spent 10... by Diane Frolov and Andrew Schneider, Northern Exposure, First Snow, 1993
Death is the only grammatically... by Brian Patten, Schoolboy (1990)
Death … It’s the only thing we... by Aldous Huxley, Eyeless in Gaza (1936)
Death may be the greatest of all... by Socrates
Death smiles at us all, but all... by Marcus Aurelius
Death solves all problems. No... by Josef Stalin
Death: To stop... by Elbert Hubbard
Death tugs at my ear and says:... by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Deceivers are the most dangerous... by George Crabbe
Decency...must be an even more... by Quentin Crisp
Decide what you want, decide what... by H. L. Hunt
Dedicate some of your life to... by Dr. Thomas Dooley
Dedication is not what others... by Unknown
Deeds, not stones, are the true... by John L. Motley
Deeds, not words... by John Fletcher
Deep doubts, deep wisdom; small... by Chinese Proverb
Deep experience... by Henry James
Deep in the human unconscious... by Frank Herbert, Dune
Deep-seated are the wounds dealt... by Lucan
Define your business goals clearly... by George F. Burns
Defining and analyzing humor is... by Robert Benchley
Delay always breeds danger and... by Miguel de Cervantes
Delay is preferable... by Thomas Jefferson
Deliberate with caution, but act... by Charles Caleb Colton
Delores breezed along the surface... by Winning sentence, 1990 Bulwer-Lytton bad fiction contest.
Delusions of grandeur make me... by Jane Wagner
Democracies have ever been spectacles... by James Madison, Federalist Papers (# 10)
Democracy becomes a government... by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Democracy encourages the majority... by John Simon
Democracy gives every man the... by James Russell Lowell
Democracy is 51% of the people... by Thomas Jefferson
Democracy is a device that ensures... by George Bernard Shaw
Democracy is a device that insures... by George Bernard Shaw
Democracy is a form of government... by Senator Soaper
Democracy is a process by which... by Laurence J. Peter
Democracy is being allowed to... by Robert Byrne
Democracy is, first and foremost,... by President Harry Truman, Public Papers of the President of the United States: Harry S. Truman - 1951 U.S. Gov. 1966 p1063
Democracy is not meant to be efficient,... by Mario Cuomo
Democracy is the art of running... by H. L. Mencken
Democracy is the bludgeoning of... by Oscar Wilde
Democracy is the name we give... by Marquis de Flers Robert and Arman de Caillavet
Democracy is the recurrent suspicion... by E. B. White, New Yorker, July 3, 1944
Democracy is the theory that the... by H. L. Mencken
Democracy is two wolves and a... by Benjamin Franklin, 1759
Democracy means government by... by Clement Atlee
Democracy means simply the bludgeoning... by Oscar Wilde
Democracy must be something more... by James Bovard
Democracy never lasts long. It... by Samuel Adams
Democracy substitutes election... by George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman (1903) "Maxims for Revolutionists"
Democracy: The substitution of... by George Bernard Shaw
Democracy: The worship of jackals... by H. L. Mencken
Democracy works.... by Jon Stewart, The Daily Show: Referring to the victory of George W. Bush in the 2004 election.
Depend not on another, but lean... by The laws of Manu
Depend not on fortune, but... by Publilius Syrus
Depend upon it, after all, Thomas,... by Edgar Allan Poe, From a letter to Frederick W. Thomas (February 14, 1849).
Desire, ask, believe,... by Stella Terrill Mann
Desire creates... by Raymond Holliwell
Desire, even in its wildest tantrums,... by W. H. Auden
Desire for security keeps littleness... by Author Unknown
Desire makes everything blossom;... by Marcel Proust, Les Plaisirs et les Jours (1896)
Desires are the pulses of the... by Manton
Despair has been called the unforgivable... by Frederick Buechner, Wishful Thinking, 1973
Despair is the price one pays... by Graham Greene, Heart of the Matter (1948)
Desperate affairs require desperate... by Horatio Nelson
Despise not any man, and do not... by Ben Azai, Mishna