„I have ten commandments. The first nine are, thou shalt not bore.“

—  Billy Wilder, Context: I have ten commandments. The first nine are, thou shalt not bore. The tenth is, thou shalt have right of final cut. As quoted in The Mammoth Book of Zingers, Quips, and One-Liners (2004) by Geoff Tibballs, p. 206
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„If I were to start as a God or a prophet I think I should take the line: "Thou shalt not believe in me. Thou shalt not have me for a God.“

—  Samuel Butler novelist 1835 - 1902
Context: It is the manner of gods and prophets to begin: "Thou shalt have none other God or Prophet but me." If I were to start as a God or a prophet I think I should take the line: "Thou shalt not believe in me. Thou shalt not have me for a God. Thou shalt worship any d_____d thing thou likest except me." This should be my first and great commandment, and my second should be like unto it. Samuel Butler's Notebooks (1912) self censored "d_____d" in original publication

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„If we are to keep our democracy, there must be one commandment: Thou shalt not ration justice.“

—  Learned Hand American legal scholar, Court of Appeals judge 1872 - 1961
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„"Thou shalt not get found out" is not one of God's commandments, and no man can be saved by trying to keep it.“

—  Leonard Bacon American Congregational preacher and writer. 1802 - 1881
Reported in Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895), p. 511.

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„Think thou and act; to-morrow thou shalt die“

—  Dante Gabriel Rossetti English poet, illustrator, painter and translator 1828 - 1882
Context: Think thou and act; to-morrow thou shalt die Outstretch'd in the sun's warmth upon the shore, Thou say'st: "Man's measur'd path is all gone o'er: Up all his years, steeply, with strain and sigh, Man clomb until he touch'd the truth; and I, Even I, am he whom it was destin'd for." How should this be? Art thou then so much more Than they who sow'd, that thou shouldst reap thereby?

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„In this sign thou shalt conquer“

—  Constantine the Great Roman emperor 274 - 337
Context: ""In this sign thou shalt conquer"" or ""In this sign you will conquer"", often rendered in its Latinized form: In hoc signo vinces; this motto is said to have been adopted by Constantine after his vision of a Chi Rho sign in the heavens just before his decisive battle with Maxentius, A. D. 312 As recorded in the Life of Emperor Constantine [De vita Imperatoris Constantini] by Eusebius

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„Regardless of nationality, all men are brothers. God is "our Father who art in heaven." The commandment "Thou shalt not kill" is unconditional and inexorable.“

—  Ben Salmon American activist 1889 - 1932
Context: Regardless of nationality, all men are brothers. God is "our Father who art in heaven." The commandment "Thou shalt not kill" is unconditional and inexorable. … The lowly Nazarene taught us the doctrine of non-resistance, and so convinced was he of the soundness of that doctrine that he sealed his belief with death on the cross. … When human law conflicts with Divine law, my duty is clear. Conscience, my infallible guide, impels me to tell you that prison, death, or both, are infinitely preferable to joining any branch of the Army. Letter To President Wilson http://archive.org/details/LetterToWilson1917 (June 5, 1917) by Ben Salmon

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„When the chips are down and the decisions are made as to who the candidates will be, then the 11th commandment prevails and everybody goes to work, and that is: Thou shalt not speak ill of another Republican.“

—  Ronald Reagan American politician, 40th president of the United States (in office from 1981 to 1989) 1911 - 2004
Remarks in New York City at a Reception for Delegates to the State Republican Convention http://www.reagan.utexas.edu/archives/speeches/1982/61782e.htm (17 June 1982), this is a restatement of "The Eleventh Commandment" by California Republican Party Chairman Gaylord Parkinson, which Reagan first used in 1966

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„Persevere then until thou shalt have made these things thy own“

—  Marcus Aurelius Emperor of Ancient Rome 121 - 180
Context: What matter and opportunity [for thy activity] art thou avoiding? For what else are all these things, except exercises for the reason, when it has viewed carefully and by examination into their nature the things which happen in life? Persevere then until thou shalt have made these things thy own, as the stomach which is strengthened makes all things its own, as the blazing fire makes flame and brightness out of everything that is thrown into it. X, 31