Nobel Lecture Quotes

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Nobel Lecture Quotes By William Shakespeare: For doting, not for loving, pupil mine. For doting, not for loving, pupil mine. — William Shakespeare
Nobel Lecture Quotes By Brene Brown: Tell your story with your whole heart. Tell your story with your whole heart. — Brene Brown
Nobel Lecture Quotes By Ambrose Bierce: PRICE, n. Value, plus a reasonable sum for PRICE, n. Value, plus a reasonable sum for the wear and tear of conscience in demanding it. — Ambrose Bierce
Nobel Lecture Quotes By Oscar Wilde: Life has been your art. You have set Life has been your art. You have set yourself to music. Your days are your sonnets. — Oscar Wilde
Nobel Lecture Quotes By Robert Woodrow Wilson: Cosmology is a science which has only a Cosmology is a science which has only a few observable facts to work with. — Robert Woodrow Wilson
Nobel Lecture Quotes By Stephen King: You know what, kid? It's guys like you You know what, kid? It's guys like you who give reading a bad name. — Stephen King
Nobel Lecture Quotes By Gwendolyn Brooks: There can be no whiter whiteness than this There can be no whiter whiteness than this one: An insurance man's shirt on its morning run. — Gwendolyn Brooks
Nobel Lecture Quotes By Kendall F. Person: Never be afraid to take a moment to Never be afraid to take a moment to think. — Kendall F. Person
Nobel Lecture Quotes By Alexandre Dumas: And now, madame, try to make your peace And now, madame, try to make your peace with God, for you are judged by men! — Alexandre Dumas
Nobel Lecture Quotes By George Thorogood: Every morning just before breakfast I don't want Every morning just before breakfast I don't want no coffee or tea, just me and my good Buddy Wieser, that's all I ever need. — George Thorogood
Nobel Lecture Quotes By Julian Lennon: I've been a philanthropist for all my life, I've been a philanthropist for all my life, and ... I've had many involvements in humanitarian and environmental issues. — Julian Lennon