By Elizabeth Knowles

Hat is a "quotation"? it's a announcing or piece of writing that moves humans as so precise or memorable that they quote it (or allude to it) in speech or writing. frequently they're going to quote it at once, introducing it with a word like "As--says" yet both frequently they are going to suppose that the reader or listener already is familiar with the citation, and they're going to easily allude to it with out pointing out its resource (as within the headline "A rosè is a rosè is a rosè," referring obliquely to a line by way of Gertrude Stein).This dictionary has been compiled from huge facts of the quotations which are truly utilized in this fashion. The dictionary contains the most typical quotations which have been present in a suite of greater than 200,000 citations assembled via combing books, magazines, and newspapers. for instance, our collections contained greater than thirty examples every one for Edward Heath's "unacceptable face of capitalism" and Marshal McLuhan's "The medium is the message," so either those quotations needed to be integrated.

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132 A. A. 151 C. E. 159 Clement C. 172 Countess Morphy (Marcelle Azra Forbes) fl. 179 R. F. 182 J. B. 193 Herbert J. 197 Iris Murdoch b. 198 C. W. 203 A. J. D. C. 3 Adolph S. 12 Chauncey Olcott and George Graff Jr. 21 J. 33 John L. D. 16 C. 27 J. H. 40 William H. 42 S. J. C. D. 49 Petronius (Petronius Arbiter) d. D. 50 Pheidippides (or Philippides) d. C. C. 63 Robert M. C. C. D. D. 97 J. B. 100 V. S. C. C. C. D. 5 Thomas Rainborowe d. 23 Charles A. 42 I. A. 64 John D. 77 Franklin D. 81 Alan S. C.

28 Dorothy L. 32 Age Scarpelli et al. 38 Diane B. 39 E. F. 55 W. C. Sellar 1898-1951 and R. J. D. 57 Robert W. 59 Edward Sexby d. 77 E. A.

97 J. B. 100 V. S. C. C. C. D. 5 Thomas Rainborowe d. 23 Charles A. 42 I. A. 64 John D. 77 Franklin D. 81 Alan S. C. 98 Matthew Roydon fl. 8 J. D. 9 John of Salisbury d. C. 21 Sappho b. C. 28 Dorothy L. 32 Age Scarpelli et al. 38 Diane B. 39 E. F. 55 W. C. Sellar 1898-1951 and R. J. D. 57 Robert W. 59 Edward Sexby d. 77 E. A.

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