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Fun Facts starting with N

Found 579 quotes, where title starting on letter n.

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Name me and emperor who was ever... by Charles V
Name me an emperor who was ever... by Charles V
Nancy Reagan fell down and... by Johnny Carson
National Health Insurance:... by Seen on a bumper sticker
Nationalism is an infantile disease.... by Albert Einstein
Natives who beat drums to drive... by Mary Ellen Kelly
Natural abilities are like natural... by Sir Francis Bacon
Natural ability without education... by Cicero
Nature abhors a vacuum. When a... by Author Unknown
Nature and Books belong to the... by Emerson
Nature does not... by Linnaeus
Nature does nothing... by Aristotle, Politics
Nature gets credit which should... by Alfred North Whitehead
Nature has a great simplicity... by Richard Feynman
Nature hates... by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Nature herself has never attempted... by Quintilian
Nature herself makes the... by Cicero
Nature is a mutable cloud, which... by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Nature is at work.. Character... by David Seabury
Nature is earlier than man, but... by von Weizsacker
Nature is just enough; but men... by Antoinette Brown Blackwell
Nature is not affected by finance.... by Dick Gregory
Nature is not cruel, pitilessly,... by Richard Dawkins
Nature is the most thrifty thing... by Horace Binney
Nature is trying very hard to... by R. Buckminster Fuller
Nature is wont... by Heraclitus, On the Universe
Nature made him, and then... by Ludovico Ariosto, Orlando Furioso
Nature magically suits a man to... by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Nature never deceives us; it is... by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Nature never makes any blunders,... by Archibald Alexander
... Nature, whose sweet rains... by Oscar Wilde, "De Profundis"
Nay, tempt me not to love again:... by Sir Thomas More
Nearly all legislation involves... by Louis D. Brandeis
Nearly all marriages, even happy... by J. R. R. Tolkien, Letter to Michael Tolkien, March 1941
Necessity... by Publilius Syrus
Necessity... by William Langland
Necessity is the plea for every... by William Pitt
Necessity makes even the... by Sallust, Roman historian and politician (c. 86-c. 35 B.C.)
Necessity never made a good... by Benjamin Franklin
Necessity, who is the mother... by Plato, The Republic
Neither a borrower nor a lender... by William Shakespeare, "Hamlet", Act 1 scene 3
Neither can embellishments of... by Cicero
Neither great poverty nor great... by Henry Fielding
Neither Heaven nor Hell. It is... by Abraham Lincoln
Neither man or nation can exist... by Fyodor Dostoevsky
Neither praise nor blame is the... by Simms
Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat,... by Herodotus, Inscription, New York City Post Office, adapted from Herodotus
network: anything reticulated... by from the Dictionary of Samuel Johnson
Neurosis is the inability to tolerate... by Sigmund Freud
Neurotics build castles in the... by Rita Rudner
Never advise anyone to go to war... by Spanish Proverb
Never allow others to put obstacles... by John C. Maxwell, The 21 Indispensible Qualities of a Leader
Never apologize for showing feeling.... by Benjamin Disraeli
Never argue with a fool. Someone... by Anonymous
Never argue with an idiot, because... by John Guerrero
Never ascribe to an opponent motives... by John M. Barrie
Never attribute to malice what... by Nick Diamos
Never be a cynic, even a gentle... by Vachel Lindsay
Never be afraid to laugh at yourself,... by Dame Edna Everage, In a television interview with Joan Rivers
Never bear more than one trouble... by Edward Everett Hale
Never be bored, and you will never... by Eleanor Roosevelt
Never be entirely idle; but either... by Thomas a Kempis
Never be haughty to the humble;... by Jefferson Davis
Never be indiferent... by Esnesto "Che" Guevara
Never believe anything until it... by Claud Cockburn
Never chase a lie. Let it alone,... by Lyman Beecher
Never complain.... by Katherine Hepburn
Never confuse movement... by Ernest Hemingway
Never cut what... by Joseph Joubert
Never date a woman you can... by Mark Patinkin
Never deprive someone of hope;... by H. Jackson Brown Jr.
Never deprive someone of hope... by Unknown
Never despair; but if you do,... by Edmund Burke
Never discourage anyone...who... by Plato
Never do anything when you are... by Baltasar Gracian
Never do anything yourself that... by Agatha Christie
Never does the human soul appear... by E. H. Chapin
Never do today what you can put... by Aaron Burr
Never doubt that a small group... by Margaret Mead
Never eat more... by Miss Piggy
Never esteem anything as of advantage... by Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, Meditations
Never explain--your friends do... by Elbert Hubbard
Never expose yourself unnecessarily... by The Talmud
Never express yourself more clearly... by Niels Bohr
Never fear the want of business.... by Thomas Jefferson
Never feel self-pity, the most... by Millicent Fenwick
Never forget that life can only... by Annie Besant
Never forget that the most powerful... by Nelson Rockefeller
Never forget the days I spent... by Ludwig van Beethoven
Never forget what a man says to... by Henry Ward Beecher
Never for me the lowered banner,... by Sir Ernest Shackleton
Never give a child... by Latin Proverb
Never give advice... by German Proverb
Never give a party if you will... by Mickey Friedman
Never give a sucker... by W. C. Fields
Never give in--never, never, never,... by Sir Winston Churchill, Speech, 1941, Harrow School
Never give up and never face... by Ruth Gordon
Never go out to meet trouble.... by Calvin Coolidge
Never go to bed mad. Stay... by Phyllis Diller
Never go to excess, but let moderation... by Cicero