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Found 459 quotes, where title starting on letter o.

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Oats. A grain, which in England... by Samuel Johnson, A Dictionary of the English Language
O, beware, my lord, of jealousy! It... by William Shakespeare, "Othello", Act 3 scene 3
Objective journalism is one of... by Hunter S. Thompson
Obscenity is what happens to shock... by Bertrand Russell
Observe due measure, for right... by Hesiod
Observe Everything. Communicate... by Frank Thomas, Disney Animator, When asked to give advice to young animators
Observe your enemies for they... by Antisthenes
Obsessions and fixations are not... by Martin Sage and Sybil Adelman, Northern Exposure, The Bumpy Road to Love, 1991
Obstacles are those frightful... by Hannah Moore
Obstacles are what you see when... by Vince Lombardi
Obstacles cannot crush me. Every... by Leonardo DaVinci, Notebooks (c. 1500)
...obstacles do not exist to be... by Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf
Obtain from yourself all that... by Andre Gide
Obviously something slipped... by Reverend John Vaughan
Occasionally, I have to think... by Sue S. Taylor
October is one of the peculiarly... by Mark Twain
O Death the Healer, scorn thou... by Aeschylus
Of all afflictions, the worst... by Berthold Auerbach
Of all forms of caution, caution... by Bertrand Russell, Conquest of Happiness (1930) ch. 12
Of all forms of tyranny the least... by Theodore Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, an autobiography
Of all noises, I think music is... by Samuel Johnson
Of all sad words of tongue and... by John Greenleaf Whittier
Of all the animals, the boy is... by Plato
Of all the gods, Death only craves... by Aeschylus (525-456 B.C.), Frag. 146 (trans. by Plumptre).
Of all the griefs that harass... by Samuel Johnson
Of all the possessions of this... by Johann Von Schiller
Of all the preposterous assumptions... by Herman Melville
Of all the pulpits from which... by John Ruskin, The Seven Lamps of Architecture, 1849
Of all the self-fulfilling prophecies... by Marilyn Ferguson, The Aquarian Conspiracy, 1980
Of all the unbearable nuisances,... by Kin Hubbard
Of all the varieties of virtues,... by --Aristotle
Of all tyrannies democracy is... by Søren Kierkegaard, Journal 1848
Of children as of procreation... by Evelyn Waugh
Of course, it is very important... by Terry Pratchett, Moving Pictures
Of course, our failures are a... by R. Buckminster Fuller, Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth, 1963
Of course there is no formula... by Arthur Rubinstein
Of course we can keep this going,... by David Adger, Core Syntax: A Minimalist Approach
Offended vanity is the great separator... by Arthur Helps
(Of Jesus): "A... by Shelley (Queen Mab)
Of men who have a sense of honor,... by Homer, The Iliad
Of one thing I am certain, the... by George Melton
O for a life of Sensations rather... by John Keats, Letter to Benjamin Bailey, Nov 1817
Often a certain abdication of... by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Often and often afterwards, the... by Rudyard Kipling
Often an entire city has suffered... by Hesiod
Often it does seem a pity that... by Mark Twain
Of ten parts a man enjoys one... by Tiresias, [Apollodorus, Library 3.6.7]
Often people attempt to live their... by Margaret Young
Oft expectation fails, and most... by William Shakespeare
Of the delights of this world... by Mark Twain
[Of the parralels between the... by Reverend W. Awdry (1911 - 1997)
Of the Seven Deadly Sins, anger... by Frederick Buechner, Wishful Thinking, 1973
Of those who say nothing,... by Thomas Neill
Of two evils we must always choose... by Thomas a Kempis
Of writing well the source and... by Horace
O generations of men, how I count... by Sophocles, Oedpius Rex
O God! I ask You for the means... by Mohammed
O God, that men should put an... by Othello
Oh, darling, let your body in,... by Anne Sexton
Oh! dear; I was so miserable!... by Jane Austen, Emma
Oh! do not attack me with your... by Jane Austen, Mansfield Park
Oh for a book and... by John Wilson
Oh, give us the man who sings... by Thomas Carlyle
Oh God, how do the world and heavens... by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Oh God, that men should put an... by William Shakespeare
Oh, life is a glorious cycle of... by Dorothy Parker, Not So Deep as a Well (1937), "Comment"
Oh! love!... That is to be two... by Victor Hugo, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Chapter 13
O, how this spring of love resembleth... by William Shakespeare, "The Two Gentlemen of Verona", Act 1 scene 3
"Oh," replied his patient, with... by Author Unknown
Oh sleep! It is a gentle thing,... by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Oh, that way madness lies;... by William Shakespeare, "King Lear", Act 3 scene 4
Oh, the tangled webs we weave... by Sir Walter Scott, "Marmion"
Oh, this age! How tasteless and... by Catullus
O human race born to fly upward,... by Dante Alighieri
Oh, what a dear ravishing thing... by Aphra Behn
Oh, what a tangled web we weave... by Laurence J. Peter, paraphrasing Sir Walter Scott
Oh what a tangled web we weave,... by Sir Walter Scott, Marmion, Canto vi. Stanza 17.
Oh, what lies there... by Heinrich Heine
Oh, what tangled webs we weave,... by Sir Walter Scott
Oh would some power the giftie... by Robert Burns, To A Louse
O, I am... by William Shakespeare, Hamlet. Polonius says this as Hamlet kills him behind the curtain.
Old age is always fifteen years... by Bernard M. Baruch
Old age is not so bad when you... by Maurice Chevalier
Old age is the most unexpected... by Leon Trotsky
Old age is the most unexpected... by Trotsky
Old age is when broadness of the... by Red Skelton
Old age means realizing you will... by Joe Gores
Older men declare war, but it... by Herbert Hoover
Old friends become bitter enemies... by Robert Burton
Old houses mended, Cost little... by Colley Cibber, The Double Gallant, Prologue
Old minds are like old horses;... by John Adams
O Lord, help me to be pure,... by Saint Augustine
On account of being a democracy... by Will Rogers
On account of us being a democracy... by Will Rogers
On action alone be thy interest, Never... by Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2
On a group of theories one can... by Ignazio Silone
On a plane you can pick up more... by Anita Loos
Once a government is committed... by Harry S Truman, August 8, 1950
Once a man has some money, peace... by Clint Eastwood, Movie: "A Fistful of Dollars," 1964
Once a newspaper touches a story,... by Norman Mailer, "Esquire", June 1960