Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology, (griech.) etymología, (lat.) etymologia, (esper.) etimologio
US Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika, Estados Unidos de América, États-Unis d'Amérique, Stati Uniti d'America, United States of America, (esper.) Unuigintaj Statoj de Ameriko
Zitat, Cita, Citation, Citazione, Quotation, (esper.) citajoj

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Amerika, du hast es besser (W3)

Die Formulierung stammt aus Goethes Gedicht "Den Vereinigten Staaten". Allerdings meinte Goethe damit die Geschichtslosigkeit der damals jungen USA, die ein leichteres Leben ermögliche.

att - Quotes of Abraham Lincoln

(E?)(L?) http://home.att.net/~rjnorton/Lincoln78.html


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bartleby073
Quotations-Dictionary
Respectfully Quoted

(E?)(L?) https://www.bartleby.com/73/
Respectfully Quoted: A Dictionary of Quotations. 1989.

A Dictionary of Quotations Requested from the Congressional Research Service

The 2,100 entries in this eminently researched collection form the constellation of collected wisdom in American political debate.

bartleby100
Quotations
Familiar Quotations

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(E?)(L?) https://www.bartleby.com/100/

A Collection of Passages, Phrases, and Proverbs Traced to Their Sources in Ancient and Modern Literature - Compiled by John Bartlett

This tenth edition of 1919 contains over 11,000 searchable quotations and was the first new edition of John Bartlett’s corpus to be published after his death in 1905—the new editor, however, choosing more to supplement than revise the work of the first name in quotations.

Hier kann man nach Zitaten in den folgenden "Collections" suchen:


bartleby.com - quot
Quotations

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Collections

Bartlett, John. 1919. Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.
Including over 11,000 quotations, the first new edition of John Bartlett’s corpus to be published after his death in 1905 keeps most of his original work intact.

Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical. 1917.
These 41,480 selections divided into 1,500 categories include thousands of authors and an entire volume’s-worth of Shakespeare.

Dictionary of Quotations. 1899.
These 28,732 selections feature non-English language sources including proverbs by a master Encyclopedist.

Grocott’s Familiar Quotations, 6th ed. 189-?.
These 6,700 quotations in 2,000 categories represent an encyclopedic classification of the canon's eternal passages.

Hoyt’s New Cyclopedia of Practical Quotations. 1922.
The 21,700 quotations in this standard reference bible, organized by major category, feature original language with translations.

Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay. 1880.
These 9,000 often lengthy selections highlight English prose geniuses like Addison, Burke, Johnson, Locke and Macaulay.

Respectfully Quoted: A Dictionary of Quotations. 1989.
The 2,100 entries in this eminently researched collection form the constellation of collected wisdom in American political debate.

Familiar Short Sayings of Great Men. 1989.
1,200 very readable expository selections from 400 authors.

Christy, Robert. 1887. Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.
The 20,500 selections in this classic reference work comprise an encyclopedic scope of English proverbs.

Hazlitt, William Carew. 1907. English Proverbs and Proverbial Phrases.
These 10,764 entries feature explanation of the hidden meanings of folk wisdom repeated unwittingly.

Marvin, Dwight Edwards. 1916. Curiosities in Proverbs.
The two thousand entries in this uniquely multicultural collection feature comparison of similar proverbs in different languages.

Wilstach, Frank J. 1916. A Dictionary of Similes.
Wilstach spent over 20 years tracing more than 16,000 similies to 2,000 sources and categorizing them under some 3,000 subjects.

See also French Aphorists:


Erstellt: 2018-02

best is yet to come

(E?)(L?) http://www.ffh.de/ffh2002/www/programm/guten_morgen_hessen/seite009.phtml
Aus dem "Klugscheisser-Archiv"
'Das Beste kommt erst noch'.
Diese Worte stehen auf dem Grabstein von Frank Sinatra. 'The best is yet to come'. Das war auch der letzte Song, den Sinatra vor Publikum im Februar 1995 im Marriott's in Palm Springs anlässlich des Golfturnieres sang, das seinen Namen trägt.

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Brewer's Phrase & Fable

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Brewer's Phrase & Fable

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Erstellt: 2016-11

boogle

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Dies scheint identisch mit Google zu sein; (?) alerdings mit einem Zitat und einem Bild als Begrüssung.
Google, but with inspirational quotes and images.

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I have a dream (W3)

(E2)(L2) http://www.blueprints.de/wortschatz/
Am 28. August 1963 marschierten 200.000 Schwarze und Weiße gemeinsam in die Bundeshauptstadt Washington ein, um vor dem Lincoln Memorial zu demonstrieren. Der amerikanische Bürgerrechtler Dr. Martin Luther King (1929 - 1968) begann seine Rede über seine Vision einer freien und von Rassenhass freien Gesellschaft mit den Worten "I have a dream". Diese Worte wurden in seiner Rede immer und immer wiederholt, so dass sie zum geflügelten Wort für diese Art von Kampf wurden.
In seiner Rede heißt es z.B.: "Ich habe einen Traum, dass meine vier kleinen Kinder eines Tages in einer Nation leben werden, in der man sie nicht nach ihrer Hautfarbe, sondern nach ihrem Charakter beurteilen wird."
(© blueprints Team)

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Frage nicht was dein Land für dich tun kann, sondern was du für dein Land tun kannst! (W3)

Den Motivations-Slogan "Frage nicht was dein Land für dich tun kann, sondern was du für dein Land tun kannst!" soll John F. Kennedy von seinem ehemaligen Schuldirektor übernommen haben, der ihn des öfteren mahnte: "Frag nicht, was deine Schule für dich tun kann. Frag lieber, was du für deine Schule tun kannst.".

(E?)(L?) http://www.dhm.de/archiv/ausstellungen/kennedy/exhibition/205.htm

Ausstellungsrundgang

II. Die Präsidentschaft

"Frage nicht, was dein Land für dich tun kann"

"Es ist Zeit für eine neue Führungsgeneration - neue Männer, die mit den neuen Problemen und den Möglichkeiten klar kommen."

John F. Kennedy, 15. Juli 1960

John F. Kennedy war der jüngste Präsident, der je ins Weiße Haus gewählt wurde. Erst 43 Jahre alt, konnte er glaubwürdig behaupten, eine neue Generation zu vertreten. Besonders junge Menschen fühlten sich persönlich von seinem Aufruf, Pioniere einer New Frontier zu sein, angesprochen. Sie waren bereit, etwas für ihr Land zu tun. Mit dem Peace Corps bot Kennedy ihnen ein symbolträchtiges Betätigungsfeld.
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(E?)(L?) https://questionauthoritiesblog.wordpress.com/2017/04/16/frage-nicht-was-dein-land-fuer-dich-tun-kann/

Frage nicht was dein Land für dich tun kann sondern was du für dein Land tun kannst!

Veröffentlicht am 16. April 2017 von Alexander Körbel

Dies waren die Worte, mit denen am 20. Januar 1961 John Fitzgerald Kennedy seine erste und letzte Amtszeit als der 35. Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika, der - wie sich später herausstellen sollte - nur 1.036 Tage später durch einen Kopfschuss ein jähes und in seiner politischen Tragik für viele Amerikaner überaus traumatisierendes Ende gesetzt werden sollte, feierlich antrat.
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(E?)(L?) https://www.welt.de/kultur/article114592196/Frag-lieber-was-das-Land-fuer-dich-tun-kann.html

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Als der Millionärssohn John F. Kennedy ein mittelmäßiger und aufsässiger Schüler des Edelinternats Choate war, musste er jedes Semester eine feierliche Ansprache des Rektors über sich ergehen lassen, die George St. John mit der immer gleichen Wendung abschloss: „Frag nicht, was deine Schule für dich tun kann. Frag lieber, was du für deine Schule tun kannst.“

Jahre später erinnerte sich Kennedy an die Wendung, als er seine Rede zur Amtseinführung vorbereitete. Der neue Präsident hatte vor, das Land aufzurüsten und die Kommunisten in die Schranken zu weisen. Die Anti-Castro-Rebellen, die wenig später in der Schweinebucht landen sollten, warteten nur auf den Befehl zum Einsatz. Soziale Reformen hingegen spielten in Kennedys Denken keine Rolle. Und so forderte er seine Mitbürger auf: „Fragt nicht, was euer Land für euch tun kann. Fragt lieber, was ihr für euer Land tun könnt.“
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(E?)(L?) http://www.zitate-online.de/sprueche/politiker/16886/frage-nicht-was-dein-land-fuer-dich-tun-kann.html

„Frage nicht was dein Land für dich tun kann, sondern was du für dein Land tun kannst!“

John F. Kennedy


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=8&content=Frage nicht was dein Land für dich tun kann, sondern was du für dein Land tun kannst
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Dt. "Frage nicht was dein Land für dich tun kann, sondern was du für dein Land tun kannst" taucht in der Literatur nicht signifikant auf.

(E?)(L?) https://corpora.uni-leipzig.de/


Erstellt: 2018-03

Frage nicht, was der Staat für dich machen kann. Frage, was du für den Staat tun kannst! (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.schekker.de/12_02/topthema1.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.rv-news.de/000000924d144f202/00000092671348813/5015979446101f913.html

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(US-Präsident John F. Kennedy bei seiner Amtseinführung). Denkwürdige Worte, die zum Nachdenken anregen dürften.


Ein Besucher ergänzt:
Ich habe gehört, dass Kennedy diesen Satz schon von Cicero übernommen haben soll, finde jedoch keinerlei Quellen/Beweise.
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goodlingos.com
Amerispeak

(E?)(L?) http://www.goodlingos.com/amerispeak/
Expressions of our American ancestors. This page is a collection of phrases that have been passed down through the generations in contributor's families. Contribute your own or read through the categories. The site also features "Ye Olde English Sayings."

goodlingos.com
What's the Meaning of This?

(E?)(L?) http://www.goodlingos.com/sayings/meanings.html
The origins of quirky English words and phrases like "In like Flynn" and "blackmail."

Google - Webquotes - Etymologie

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findet Seitenverweise Zitate und zeigt sie an;
View search results with quotes about them from other sites

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I have a dream (W3)

(E2)(L2) http://www.blueprints.de/wortschatz/
Am 28. August 1963 marschierten 200.000 Schwarze und Weiße gemeinsam in die Bundeshauptstadt Washington ein, um vor dem Lincoln Memorial zu demonstrieren. Der amerikanische Bürgerrechtler Dr. Martin Luther King (1929 - 1968) begann seine Rede über seine Vision einer freien Gesellschaft ohne Rassenhass mit den Worten "I have a dream". Diese Worte wurden in seiner Rede immer und immer wiederholt, so dass sie zum geflügelten Wort für diese Art von Kampf wurden.
In seiner Rede heißt es z.B.: "Ich habe einen Traum, dass meine vier kleinen Kinder eines Tages in einer Nation leben werden, in der man sie nicht nach ihrer Hautfarbe, sondern nach ihrem Charakter beurteilen wird."
(© blueprints Team)

I have not failed (W3)

Von Thomas Edison (1847-1931) soll der Ausspruch stammen "I have not failed 10,000 times. I've successfully found 10,000 ways that will not work." (Ich habe nicht 10.000 mal versagt. Ich habe erfolgreich 10.000 Wege gefunden, die nicht funktionieren werden.

(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=I have not failed
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "I have not failed" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1570 / 1700 auf.

(E?)(L?) https://corpora.uni-leipzig.de/


Erstellt: 2018-03

idiomconnection
English Idioms & Quizzes

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Erstellt: 2011-01

If you don't know where you are going, you'll end up someplace else (W3)

(E?)(L?) https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/79014.Yogi_Berra

Yogi Berra quotes (showing 1-30 of 73)


Erstellt: 2018-02

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Man braucht zwei Jahre, um sprechen zu lernen, und fünfzig, um schweigen zu lernen (W3)

Dieses Bonmot wird Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) zugeschrieben.

Mnemonik (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.frii.com/~geomanda/mnemonics.html
geht über lat. zurück auf das griech. 'mnemoniká' = '(Regeln der) Gedächtniskunst'.

Auf der angegebenen Site sind mnemonische Hilfen gesammelt.
A mnemonic is a device, such as a formula or rhyme, used as an aid in remembering. Amanda collects them and has organized them into handy categories. To spell arithmetic correctly remember "A Rat In The House May Eat The Ice Cream."

Mohikaner
Der letzte (der) Mohikaner (W3)

(E2)(L2) http://www.blueprints.de/wortschatz/
Die Redensart ging hervor aus dem 2. Band der Lederstrumpf-Romane des amerikanischen Schriftstellers J.F. Cooper (1789-1851), "The Last of the Mohicans".
Der historische Stoff des Romans sind die Kämpfe zwischen Engländern und Franzosen zur Zeit des 7-jährigen Krieges (1756-63). Der Freund des Helden, Lederstrumpf (Natty Bumppo), ist nach dem Tod seines einzigen Sohnes Uncas der Letzte des Delawarenstammes der Mohikaner; sein Name ist Chingachgook.
Wenn wir heute sagen, jemand sei "der letzte Mohikaner", dann meinen wir jemanden, der von vielen als einziger übrig geblieben ist.
(© blueprints Team)

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Charles Dickens Quotations
Quotes of Charles Dickens

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Welcome to the quote page of Charles Dickens - Gad's Hill Place! More than 530 of the most interesting quotes from Dickens's novels and short stories are included in our quote database.
Search by Topic Search by Title, View All Quotes

phrasalverbdemon.com
Phrasal Verbs Dictionary

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(E?)(L?) http://www.phrasalverbdemon.com/dictionarya.htm
A phrasal verb is a verb + a preposition or adverb resulting in a new verb with a different meaning. They are used not only as verbs but as nouns, such as "backup", "pick-up", or "show-off", and as adjectives, such as "spaced-out", "burned-out", "broken-down", and many others.

(E?)(L?) https://twitter.com/phrasalverbdmon

Ultimate guide to phrasal verbs


Erstellt: 2015-04

pingdom
Great quotes from Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Linus Torvalds

(E?)(L?) http://royal.pingdom.com/?p=325

We have collected some of the best quotes from three of the most influential people in the history of operating systems: Steve Jobs (Apple), Linus Torvalds (Linux) and Bill Gates (Microsoft).

Some of these quotes may surprise you, especially the older ones. For your convenience, we have put the quotes in chronological order.

(We have to wonder if we will have left the same trail of quotes a couple of decades from now when Pingdom rules the world (cough)…)
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Quotation (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quotation


quotations

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quotationspage.com
Quotations

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Welcome to the web's most comprehensive site for famous quotes, since 1994. We have over 28,000 quotations online from over 3,400 authors, and more are added daily.


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Erstellt: 2018-03

quotedb.com
Quote DB
Quotation-Database
Zitate-Datenbank

(E?)(L?) http://www.quotedb.com/

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Erstellt: 2018-12

quotegarden.com
Quote Garden
The Quote Garden
A Harvest of Quotations for Word Lovers

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Welcome to The Quote Garden, a personal collection of favorite quotes and sayings—inspirational, funny, thought-provoking, motivational, famous, and literary. This free, searchable, and ever-growing website is visited daily by writers, speakers, students, & word seekers worldwide! Find good ideas for newsletters, speeches, scrapbooks, journals, essays, greeting cards, cute crafts, photo apps, taglines, Facebook posts, witty email signatures, one-liners for blogs, letters to loved ones, a quote of the day, or clever ideas for any subject. Browse, search; enjoy the thoughts, inspiration, and beauty of words!

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quoteinvestigator.com
Quote Investigator
Exploring the Origins of Quotations

(E?)(L?) http://www.quoteinvestigator.com/

People


Erstellt: 2017-02

quoteland.com
Quotations

(E?)(L?) http://www.quoteland.com/

TOPICS RESOURCES USER GROUPS


(E?)(L?) www.quoteland.com/topic.asp

Quotations by Topic


Erstellt: 2018-03

quoteworld.org
Quotations

(E?)(L?) http://www.quoteworld.org/

Over 15,000 Quotations and Famous Quotes.




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samueljohnson
The Samuel Johnson Sound Bite Page
Samuel Johnson Quotations
Quotes of Samuel Johnson

(E?)(L?) http://www.samueljohnson.com/

The most comprehensive collection of Samuel Johnson quotations on the web. Over 1,800 quotes from Samuel Johnson (1709-1784), one of the most quoted men of the 18th century.

Want ready access to some Samuel Johnson quotations and some of his more concise thoughts? That's why this site exists. Samuel Johnson (often referred to as "Doctor Johnson"), literary titan of the 18th century - essayist, lexicographer, poet, editor, critic, and famous talker - is the second most quoted person in the English language, after Shakespeare. More than a thousand quotes and snippets are here, organized by theme (see the Topical Guide), and Searchable. (If you're not searching for a specific Samuel Johnson quote, you might look at the Sampler of Popular Johnson Quotes to get an initial idea.)

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The most comprehensive collection of Samuel Johnson quotations on the web. Over 1,800 quotes from Samuel Johnson (1709-1784), one of the most quoted men of the 18th century.

Want ready access to some Samuel Johnson quotations and some of his more concise thoughts? That's why this site exists. Samuel Johnson (often referred to as "Doctor Johnson"), literary titan of the 18th century - essayist, lexicographer, poet, editor, critic, and famous talker - is the second most quoted person in the English language, after Shakespeare. More than a thousand quotes and snippets are here, organized by theme (see the Topical Guide), and Searchable. (If you're not searching for a specific Samuel Johnson quote, you might look at the Sampler of Popular Johnson Quotes to get an initial idea.)


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The only good Indian is a dead Indian (W3)

Der Ausspruch engl. "The only good Indian is a dead Indian" wird dem US-General Philip Sheridan (1831-1888) zugeschrieben. Aber er selbst bestritt, diese Aussage gemacht zu haben und wenn doch ist es fraglich, ob er diesen Ausspruch als erster prägte.

Angeblich war es der römische General Lucius Cornelius Sulla, der diesen Ausspruch - nicht auf die Indianer, sondern - auf die Samniten bezog. Einen konkreten Hinweis konnte ich jedoch nicht finden.

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This anecdotal paragraph with its author's obvious delight in telling the gruesomely "humorous" event appears of questionable authenticity at first. It is, of course, understandable that General Philip Sheridan (1831-1888) repeatedly denied having made such a statement, but there is no doubt that Sheridan was known as a bigot and Indian hater, as the historian Paul Andrew Hutton has shown in a chapter of his book on Phil Sheridan and His Army (1985) so appropriately called "Forming Military Indian Policy: 'The Only Good Indian Is a Dead Indian'."
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Was die Samniten anlangt, so erklärte der Diktator, daß Rom nicht Ruhe haben werde, solange Samnium bestehe, und daß darum der samnitische Name von der Erde vertilgt werden müsse; und wie er diese Worte an den vor Rom und in Praeneste Gefangenen in schrecklicher Weise wahr machte, so scheint er auch noch einen Verheerungszug durch die Landschaft unternommen, Aesernia 7 eingenommen (674? 80) und die bis dahin blühende und bevölkerte Landschaft in die Einöde umgewandelt zu haben, die sie seitdem geblieben ist.
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Strabon, der drei Generationen später durch die Landschaften Samniums wanderte, hielt fest, was der sullanische Kreuzzug diesem Land angetan hatte: „Sulla ruhte nicht eher, bis er alle, die den Namen Samniten führten, ermordet oder aus Italien vertrieben hatte; denen aber, die einen so weit getriebenen Zorn tadelten, sagte er, er habe sich durch die Erfahrung überzeugt, dass auch nicht ein Römer jemals Frieden haben werde, solange die Samniten als ein selbständiges Volk weiterbestünden“. Für Strabon war dieses Ziel so konsequent erreicht worden, dass er keiner einzigen der noch verbliebenen Ortschaften Samniums den Namen „Stadt“ zubilligen wollte. Der Philosoph Seneca zog Sulla in seinen Abhandlungen über die Milde des Herrschers als abschreckendes Beispiel heran und bezeichnete ihn wegen seiner Massentötungen als Tyrann. Plutarch warf Sulla vor, sich selbst zum Diktator ernannt und somit einen Verfassungsbruch begangen zu haben.
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Samniten, ein zur oskisch-umbrischen Sprachgruppe gehörendes Volk der Italiker in Mittel- und Süditalien; von den Römern in drei schweren Kriegen (343-341; 326-304; 298-290 v. Chr.) besiegt. Im Bundesgenossenkrieg stellten sich die Samniten an die Spitze der aufständischen Italiker; sie wurden 82 v. Chr. von Sulla endgültig unterworfen, der 6000 Samniten, die sich ergeben hatten, an einem Tag hinrichten ließ.


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WELCOME to the Quotations Home Page, one of the largest and longest-lived text collections on the Web. The associated poetry site may be the largest private archive of its kind on the Web. For information on updates to the collection, check the social media portals on Tumblr or Facebook.

The intent of a quotation is to capture something - some thought, some moment in history, the essence of someone's viewpoint - clearly and concisely. They can be humorous, ironic, exasperating, or profound. This site is intended as a place to wander, a place where you can find something new each time you look around.
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Welcome to Poets' Corner, one of the largest and oldest text resources on the web. The goal of this ongoing project is to develop a user-friendly library that is both a useful reference and an appealing place to browse and explore - and there is plenty of material here to explore. The collection covers roughly 7,000 works by about 800 poets - including some of the best known works in the English language - and many obscure and forgotten works that are well worth reading.
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Just as the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step, every story ever written began with just one sentence.


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We began on June 27, 2003 to create a free online compendium of quotations in every language, including sources (where known), translations of non-English quotes, and links to Wikipedia (http://www.wikipedia.org/) for further information. We have created 1169 pages so far with thousands of quotations and proverbs.

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