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Microsoft Word Disable Smart Quotes By Ellen Glasgow: To be honest and yet popular is almost To be honest and yet popular is almost as difficult in literature as it is in life. Ellen Glasgow
Microsoft Word Disable Smart Quotes By David Foster Wallace: Phoneless Cord in his stocking, ostentatiously packaged, Phoneless Cord in his stocking, ostentatiously packaged, David Foster Wallace
Microsoft Word Disable Smart Quotes By Blaise Pascal: Faith certainly tells us what the senses do Faith certainly tells us what the senses do not, but not the contrary of what they see; it is above, not against them. — Blaise Pascal
Microsoft Word Disable Smart Quotes By Helen Humphreys: The period before something learns to be afraid The period before something learns to be afraid is the most dangerous of all, because it is then the creatures are the most vulnerable. — Helen Humphreys
Microsoft Word Disable Smart Quotes By Andrew Flintoff: When I have a day off, I will When I have a day off, I will have a day off. — Andrew Flintoff
Microsoft Word Disable Smart Quotes By Tom Lehrer: The audience usually has to be with you, The audience usually has to be with you, I'm afraid. I always regarded myself as not even preaching to the converted, I was titillating the converted. — Tom Lehrer
Microsoft Word Disable Smart Quotes By Jonathan Taylor Thomas: Hanson? Yeah, I've heard of them, I saw Hanson? Yeah, I've heard of them, I saw them perform and they have an interesting sound. I wish them every success. — Jonathan Taylor Thomas