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  • Isaac Newton (category Natural philosophers)
    physicist, mathematician, astronomer, alchemist, inventor, theologian and natural philosopher. He is often regarded as the most influential scientist in
    173 KB (25,728 words) - 12:18, 16 June 2016
  • Let him who looks for a monument to Washington look around the United States. Your freedom, your independence, your national power, your prosperity, and
    164 KB (23,903 words) - 20:26, 17 July 2016
  • world the best you have, And the best will come back to you. Madeleine Bridges, Life's Mirror. There are loyal hearts, there are spirits brave, There
    139 KB (19,858 words) - 21:12, 29 June 2016
  • shot heard round the world. Hymn sung at the Completion of the Battle Monument What potent blood hath modest May! May-Day And striving to be man, the
    123 KB (19,418 words) - 11:22, 8 June 2016
  • dignity and deal with those problems in their own way. Now, under the monument which has welcomed so many to our shores, the American nation returns to
    464 KB (60,636 words) - 23:18, 7 July 2016
  • thinking, never of their own art found the true hermeneutick. Robert Bridges, The Testament of Beauty (1929), Book II, line 751. Now nature is not
    89 KB (13,455 words) - 17:06, 3 July 2016
  • jobs, but to lay a new foundation for growth. We will build the roads and bridges, the electric grids and digital lines that feed our commerce and bind us
    719 KB (102,397 words) - 12:28, 23 July 2016
  • of the Bunker Hill Monument (June 17, 1825). Thank God, I—I also—am an American! Daniel Webster, Completion of Bunker Hill Monument (June 17, 1843).
    55 KB (8,538 words) - 15:10, 23 July 2016
  • world. Ralph Waldo Emerson, hymn sung at the completion of the Concord Monument. Quotes reported in Hoyt's New Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations (1922)
    260 KB (38,182 words) - 09:25, 22 July 2016
  • dream Nothing happens unless first a dream. Carl Sandburg, "Washington Monument by Night," stanza 4, in The Complete Poems of Carl Sandburg, rev. and expanded
    74 KB (10,647 words) - 21:22, 29 June 2016
  • career teaching at Harvard University and working at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. He was one of the most influential and widely read
    141 KB (22,024 words) - 20:35, 25 March 2016
  • my favorite people anyway. For years I've regarded his existence as a monument to all the rancid genes and broken chromosomes that corrupt the possibilities
    72 KB (10,804 words) - 11:43, 18 July 2016
  • Stampp, p. 68-69 As a natural consequence, anti-slavery legislatures in the North were led to lay great stress on the national character of the Union
    480 KB (61,699 words) - 23:39, 7 July 2016
  • a drum major? If you say so." The Washington Post, 25 August 2011) The monument plans used a correct and contextualized quote, but the lead architect and
    398 KB (60,376 words) - 22:49, 26 June 2016
  • Shakespeare, the Bible, Euclid and the Declaration of Independence, the monuments to the freedom of the human soul, the possession not of western man, but
    120 KB (17,235 words) - 02:24, 5 June 2016
  • remember everything about him, especially how he defined the myth and monument of the culture of centemporary expresionism. He invented everything and
    201 KB (34,783 words) - 18:56, 18 July 2016
  • various kinds goes on in it. It gradually withers and at best remains a monument, the inner life of which is alien to the tourists who pass idly through
    138 KB (23,239 words) - 18:19, 17 November 2014
  • "M" for Mankind in the Twilight Zone. Rod Serling: This is a jungle, a monument built by nature honoring disuse, commemorating a few years of nature being
    179 KB (29,165 words) - 22:23, 27 June 2016
  • energy, basic natural resources, chief means of transportation and communication, and steel, would increase productivity enormously by national planning and
    76 KB (12,166 words) - 01:12, 30 May 2016
  • rare book store. Couldn't you just drop me off the top of the Washington Monument instead? Bartlet: It's Christmas, Josh! No reason we can't do both. Laurie:
    441 KB (66,615 words) - 15:08, 13 May 2016

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