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All Politeness is owing to Liberty. We polish one another, and rub off our Corners and rough Sides by a sort of amicable Collision. To restrain this, is inevitably to bring a Rust upon Mens Understandings.

Anthony Ashley Cooper, 3rd Earl of Shaftesbury

I will pick up a large percentage of votes on both sides (Republican and Democrat) and those in the middle.

Jon Scott Ashjian

I dont know that Ive ever fit in, ever. And I say that not in a bad way. I mean, in some ways, its a relief not to fit in, because you get to look at different sides equally. Like I dont know that I have always found my tribe. My tribe are the people who dont feel like they fit in. And frankly, I think that a lot of people dont feel like they fit in.

Jennifer Beals

To tell the truth, the chariot was an astonishing sight to behold, because I had polished the steel of my flying house so carefully that it reflected the sunlight on all sides. It was so bright and dazzling that I thought, myself, that I had been carried away in a chariot of fire.

Cyrano Hercule Savinien de Bergerac

I get up, go out, and everything is changed. The blood drains from my head, the noise of things bursting, merging, avoiding one another, assails me on all sides, my eyes search in vain for two things alike, each pinpoint of skin screams a different message, I drown in the spray of phenomena.

Samuel Beckett

We accepted the UN resolution, but the Arabs did not. They are preparing to make war on us. If we defeat them and capture western Galilee or territory on both sides of the road to Jerusalem, these areas will become part of the state. Why should we obligate ourselves to accept boundaries that in any case the Arabs don't accept?

David Ben Gurion

The best war is when you can hate both sides.

Gary Brecher

The suicide bomber is an explosion of a contradiction in its paradox, victim and victimizer, yin and yang, two sides of the coin, fire bomb and fire extinguisher, prosecutor and defendant, hangman and hanged.

Giannina Braschi

I have changed my definition of tragedy. I now think tragedy is not foul deeds done to a person (usually noble in some manner) but rather that tragedy is irresolvable conflict. Both sides/ideas are right.

Rita Mae Brown

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