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Why Should I Use Quotes By William Gilmore Simms: There is no doubt such a thing as There is no doubt such a thing as chance, but I see no reason why Providence should not make use of it. — William Gilmore Simms
Why Should I Use Quotes By Abu Bakar Bashir: Why should we use the Dollar even when Why should we use the Dollar even when we trade among ourselves? — Abu Bakar Bashir
Why Should I Use Quotes By Alberto Giacometti: If I see everything in gray, and in If I see everything in gray, and in gray all the colors which I experience and which I would like to reproduce, then why should I use any other color? — Alberto Giacometti
Why Should I Use Quotes By Randolph Randy Camp: If I don't care what toothpaste you use, If I don't care what toothpaste you use, then why should I care who's in your bed? — Randolph Randy Camp
Why Should I Use Quotes By Aung San Suu Kyi: All military regimes use security as the reason All military regimes use security as the reason why they should remain in power. It's nothing original. — Aung San Suu Kyi
Why Should I Use Quotes By Howard Jacobson: All those words of praise they use for All those words of praise they use for novels - spare, economical. Why should I shell out £17 for economical? — Howard Jacobson
Why Should I Use Quotes By Suzan Colon: This explains why I've been making Recession Tea- This explains why I've been making Recession Tea- letting a teabag steep for half the time it should so I can use it again for a second cup later. — Suzan Colon
Why Should I Use Quotes By Sergei Lukyanenko: And that, Pavel, is why you shouldn't use And that, Pavel, is why you shouldn't use magic for every tiny little thing. Where you can put your trust in science, that's what you should do. — Sergei Lukyanenko
Why Should I Use Quotes By Dan Simmons: Henry James hated epilogues and refused to use Henry James hated epilogues and refused to use them in his fiction. He said that life granted us no "epilogues", so why should art or literature? — Dan Simmons