„I am only too aware that I am open to Rees's Second Law of Quotation: "However sure you are that you have attributed a quotation correctly, an earlier source will be pointed out to you."“

—  Nigel Rees

Brewer's Quotations (London: Cassell, 1994), p. x.

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—  Cornelius Vanderbilt American businessman, philanthropist, and tycoon 1794 - 1877

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—  Paddy Chayefsky American playwright, screenwriter and novelist 1923 - 1981

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Contexto: All my brothers and brothers-in-laws tell me what a good-hearted guy I am. You don't get to be good-hearted by accident. You get kicked around long enough, you become a professor of pain.

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—  Frank Hague Mayor of Jersey City 1876 - 1956

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