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Found 1351 quotes, where title starting on letter w.

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Wagner drives the nail into your... by P.A. Fiorentino
Wait for that wisest of all counselors,... by Pericles, from Plutarch, Lives
Wait until it is night before... by French Proverb
Walking is also an ambulation... by Gretel Ehrlich
Walking is the best possible exercise.... by Thomas Jefferson
Walking women want to see the... by The Residents "Duck Stab":Bach is Dead
Wanting to be someone else is... by Kurt Cobain
War can only be abolished by war,... by Mao Tse-Tung
War connot be avoided; it can... by Niccolo Machiavelli
War has become a luxury that only... by Hannah Arendt
War is a continuation of politics... by Carl Von Clausewitz, quoted by Gene Hackman in "Crimson Tide"
War is a matter of vital importance... by Sun Tzu
War is an ugly thing, but not... by John Stuart Mill
War is a profession by which a... by Niccolo Machiavelli
War is a series of catastrophes... by Georges Clemenceau
War is a way of shattering to... by George Orwell, 1984
War is based on... by Sun-Tzu
War is cruel and you cannot... by William Tecumseh Sherman
War is delightful to those who... by Desiderius Erasmus
War is delightful to those who... by Erasmus
War is hell, and I mean to... by William Tecumseh Sherman
War is just to those to whom war... by Titus Livius
War is like love; it always... by Bertolt Brecht
War is much too serious a matter... by Georges Clemenceau
War is not... by Barbara Bush
War is one of the scourges with... by Cardinal Richelieu
War is Peace Freedom is Slavery... by George Orwell, Book "1984"
War is the biggest ego trip... by Molly Wiest
War is the continuation of politics... by General Karl Von Clausewitz, Book: "On War"
War kills men, and men deplore... by Colton
War like any other racket, pays... by General Smedley Butler
Warning signs that lover is bored:... by Matt Groening
Wars begin in the minds of man,... by U Thant
Wars teach us not to love our... by W.L. George
War will never cease until babies... by H. L. Mencken
Was all this bloodshed and deceit... by Howard Zinn
Washington DC is the only place... by Cokie Roberts, TV interview in either 1992 or 1996
Washington is a city of Southern... by John F. Kennedy
Washington is like a self-sealing... by Dean Acheson (1893 - 1971)
Washington is the only place where... by C. V. R. Thompson
Was it doubted that those who... by Walt Whitman, "Leaves of Grass"
Waste no more time arguing what... by Marcus Aurelius, Meditations – Book Ten
Waste no more time talking about... by Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
Waste not fresh tears over... by Euripides, Alexander
Wasting sarcasm... by R. Stevens, Diesel Sweeties, 08-16-05
Watch for good times to retreat... by Thomas a Kempis, quoted in the LDS Church News 8/20/2005
Water generally flows downhill... by Bob Bennett, WDIV News 4, Detroit, reporting on a flood that destroyed some suburban basement apartments.
Water is the most neglected nutrient... by Kelly Barton
[Water is] the only drink... by Henry David Thoreau
Water is the only drink for... by Henry David Thoreau
Water, taken in moderation, cannot... by Mark Twain
We act as though comfort and luxury... by Charles Kingsley
We adore chaos because we love... by M. C. Escher
We advance on our journey only... by Orison Swett Marden
We aim above the mark to... by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Weakness of attitude becomes weakness... by Albert Einstein
Weak people cannot... by Le Rochefoucauld
We all have strength enough to... by Francois de La Rochefoucauld
We all have the extraordinary... by Jean Houston
We all have thoughts that would... by Mark Twain
We all know him to be a proud,... by Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice
We all know that art is not the... by Pablo Picasso
We all learn by experience but... by Peter De Vries
We all live in the protection... by Mark Twain
We all make our limits, and we... by Robert Jordan, The Fires of Heaven
We all take different paths in... by Tim McGraw
We all use our imagination every... by Marilyn King
Wealth is not of necessity a curse,... by R. D. Hitchcock
Wealth is the parent of luxury... by Plato, The Republic
Wealth is the slave of a wise... by Seneca
We always have been, we are, and... by Duke of Wellington
We always like those who admire... by Francois de La Rochefoucauld
We Americans live in a nation... by Dave Barry
We Americans want peace, and it... by Rev. Francis J. Spellman, Archbishop of New York. 22 September, 1940
Wear a smile and have friends,... by George Eliot
We are able to laugh when we achieve... by May Sarton
We are a kind of Chameleons, taking... by John Locke
We are all born charming, fresh... by Judith Martin, (Miss Manners)
We are all born mad. Some... by Samuel Beckett, Waiting for Godot (1955)
We are all Greeks. Our laws, our... by Percy Bysshe Shelley
We are all here for a spell; get... by Will Rogers
We are all inclined to judge ourselves... by Harold Nicolson
We are all in the gutter, but... by Oscar Wilde
We are all tattooed in our cradles... by Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.
We are all travelers in the wilderness... by Robert Louis Stevenson
We are alone, absolutely alone... by Maurice Maeterlinck
We are always in... by Friedrich Nietzsche, The Gay Science, section 166
We are always in search of the... by Etty Hillesum
We are always too busy for our... by Mark Twain
We are an impossibility in an... by Ray Bradbury
We are armed with language adequate... by Henry David Thoreau
We are a spectacular, splendid... by Lewis Thomas, The Medusa and the Snail (1979)
We are at the very beginning of... by Richard Feynman
We are behaving like people without... by Michael Jackson
We are bits of stellar matter... by Sir Arthur Eddington
We are born believing. A man bears... by Ralph Waldo Emerson
We are born brave, trusting and... by Author Unknown
We are born charming, fresh and... by Judith Martin, (Miss Manners)
We are born princes and the civilizing... by Eric Berne
We are certainly getting ahead;... by Sigmund Freud, Letter to Carl Jung, January 17, 1909