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  • is also imaginary. South Park Imaginationland: The Movie written by Trey Parker Kyle: It's all real. Think about it. Haven't Luke Skywalker and Santa Claus
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  • Beav. 61 This I take notice of, only to shew an uncertainty as to time. Parker, L.C.J., Purchase's Case (1710), 16 How. St. Tr. 686 The time makes no
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  • evil. Love and life can't be separate. Life is about everything, but without love it's nothing. Life, live, love. Lie, lonely, lose. Make it idiot proof
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  • rules. Travis Parker, Chapter 1, p. 16 He often felt that too many people lived their lives acting and pretending, wearing masks and losing themselves in
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  • "The question is", said Humpty Dumpty, "which is to be master—that's all". Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking-Glass (1934; first published in 1872), chapter
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  • down here to Baltimore. Dorothy Parker, for one. Logan: Dorothy who? R. Vincent Smith: Parker, you illiterate. Lewis: I gotta hand it to you, baby. You
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  • great politician—I should like to be also something of a man. Theodore Parker As quoted in A Dictionary of Thoughts : Being a Cyclopedia of Laconic Quotations
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  • Miracles: You Can't See the Forest for the Trees, iUniverse. Ward, Caroline (1842). National proverbs in the principal languages of Europe. J.W. Parker. p. 54
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  • damsel that walks in the morning Is shod like a mountaineer. Nathaniel Parker Willis, Low in a Cottage, Stanza 3 He loves not well whose love is bold
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  • truck? Buckaroo Banzai: {as the thermopod is in free-fall} Can't you fly this thing? John Parker: I'm a diplomat! I failed flight school! General Catburd:
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  • another breath I ask thee now; I could die with a lip unstirred. Nathaniel Parker Willis; paraphrase of André's letter to Washington, as reported in Hoyt's
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  • Longbaugh: Hey man. Parker: What? Longbaugh: The people! Parker: Can't you people see we have guns here? [The people do not move] Parker: ...Get the fuck
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  • real American here. To Ely S. Parker at Appomattox Court House (9 April 1865), as quoted in The Life of General Ely S. Parker: Last Grand Sachem of the Iroquois
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  • large-scale groups. Warring parties usually hold territory, which they can win or lose; and each has a leading person or organization which can surrender, or collapse
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  • (1969) by John F. Parker Public confidence in the integrity of the Government is indispensable to faith in democracy; and when we lose faith in the system
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  • 1917–1961 (1981) edited by Carlos Baker. It was also published in The Oak Parker (Oak Park, IL) on 16 November 1918. Only 19 years old at the time, Hemingway
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  • for the times will not mend Till the King enjoys his own again. Martin Parker. Upon Defacing of White-Hall. (1645). What is a king? a man condemn'd to
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  • McElroy] King Tut: I'm a professor at Yale! You can't-! The PTA shall hear of this!.... Batman: Ma Parker's girl is more dangerous than her three boys.
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  • from rioting in the streets. Eva Longoria Parker, Desperate Housewives In response to the claim that money can't buy happiness. Take care of the pence,
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  • adopted, not just capitalism. Milton Friedman, Interview with Parker in Randall E. Parker(ed.), Reflection on the Great Depression (2002). Because we
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