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Tylko u nas znajdziesz tak wiele cytatów w języku angielskim posegregowanych alfabetycznie.Nasza baza cytatów angielskich jako jedyna w sieci liczy ponad 10 000 najlepszych cytatów.Zapraszamy do korzystania z zasobów ...

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>>   His hand will be against every man, and every man's hand against him.
>>   His house was perfect, whether you liked food, or sleep, or work, or story-telling, or singing, or just sitting and thinking, best, or a pleasant mixture of them all.
>>   His intelligence seized on a subject, his genius embraced it, his eloquence illuminated it.
>>   His lack of education is more than compensated for by his keenly developed moral bankruptcy.
>>   His life was gentle; and the elements So mixed in him, that Nature might stand up, And say to all the world, THIS WAS A MAN!
>>   His lordship may compel us to be equal upstairs, but there will never be equality in the servants hall.
>>   His mother had often said, When you choose an action, you choose the consequences of that action. She had emphasized the corollary of this axiom even more vehemently: when you desired a consequence you had damned well better take the action that would cre
>>   His mother should have thrown him away and kept the stork.
>>   His only fault is that he has no fault.
>>   His priority did not seem to be to teach them what he knew, but rather to impress upon them that nothing, not even... knowledge, was foolproof.
>>   His resolve is not to seem, but to be, the best.
>>   Historians are like deaf people who go on answering questions that no one has asked them.
>>   Historically, the claim of consensus has been the first refuge of scoundrels; it is a way to avoid debate by claiming that the matter is already settled.
>>   History is a voice forever sounding across the centuries the laws of right and wrong. Opinions alter, manners change, creeds rise and fall, but the moral law is written on the tablets of eternity.
>>   History is indeed little more than the register of the crimes, follies and misfortunes of mankind.
>>   History is more or less bunk.
>>   History is more or less bunk. It's tradition. We don't want tradition. We want to live in the present and the only history that is worth a tinker's damn is the history we made today.
>>   History is moving, and it will tend toward hope, or tend toward tragedy.
>>   History is philosophy teaching by example, and also warning; its two eyes are geography and chronology.
>>   History is the short trudge from Adam to atom.


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