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nature did not create masters nor slaves, I do not want to give nor receive laws
Denis Diderot
nature is commanded by obeying her - Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon
nature never does anything without a reason
nearly all men die of their cure, not of their diseases
necessity has no law - Oliver Cromwell
Oliver Cromwell
never before has there been such a wide difference between those who work and those who make money without working - Vandana Shiva
Vandana Shiva
never does the human soul appear so strong as when it forgoes revenge, and dares to forgive an injury - E.H. Chapin
E.H. Chapin
never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world - Margaret Mead
Margaret Mead
never explain. Your friends do not need it and your enemies will not believe you anyway - Oscar Wilde
Oscar Wilde
never feel remorse for what you have thought about your wife. She has thought much worse things about you
Jean Rostand
never follow the beaten track, it leads only where others have been before - Alexander Graham Bell
Alexander Graham Bell
never judge a book by its movie - J.W. Eagan
J.W. Eagan
never keep up with the Joneses. Drag them down to your level - Quentin Crisp
Quentin Crisp
never think that war, no matter how necessary, nor how justified, is not a crime - Ernest Hemingway
Ernest Hemingway
never use a foreign phrase, a scientific word, or a jargon word if you can think of an everyday language equivalent - George Orwell
George Orwell
ninety percent of the politicians give the other ten percent a bad name - Henry Kissinger
Henry Alfred Kissinger
ninety-nine parts out of a hundred in any 'creation' are imitation, in sounds or in thoughts. Theft, more or less deliberate
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
no day is too long for anyone who works
Lucius Annaeus Seneca
no democratic theory calls into question the fact that one of the characteristics of a dictatorship is the monopoly of information
Giovanni Sartori
no doctor can promise a full recovery, of course every doctor should be able to promise complete care of the patient - Patch Adams
Patch Adams
no good can give us pleasure if we do not share it with others
Lucius Annaeus Seneca
no government can be long secure without a formidable opposition - Benjamin Disraeli
Benjamin Disraeli
no man fully capable of his own language ever masters another - George Bernard Shaw
George Bernard Shaw
no man ought to own more property than needed for his livelihood, the rest, by right, belongs to the state - Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin
no man, for any considerable time, can show one face to himself and another to the multitude without finally becoming bewildered as to which may be the true one - Nathaniel Hawthorne
Nathaniel Hawthorne
no need to run, rather to set off in good time
no one can win without the other losing
Lucius Annaeus Seneca
no one gossips about other people's secret virtues - Bertrand Russell
Bertrand Russell
no one has the right to be happy by themselves
Raoul Follereau
no one is so old as to not hope for at least another day of life
Lucius Annaeus Seneca
no people do so much harm as those who go about doing good - Mandell Creighton
Mandell Creighton
no person deserves your tears and who deserves them won't make you cry
Gabriel García Márquez
no philosopher has changed the customs of the street where he lives
no snowflake ever falls in the wrong place - Zen Saying
Zen saying
no two persons ever read the same book - Edmund Wilson
Edmund Wilson
no unpoetic description of reality could ever be complete - John David Barrow
John David Barrow
no woman can endure a gambling husband, unless he is a steady winner - Thomas Dewar
Thomas Dewar
no-one is ever short of a good reason for killing himself
Cesare Pavese
nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent - Eleanor Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt
nobody consults a dictionary before speaking
nobody gives me a better hairdo than the wind
Alda Merini
nobody is so young as to not be able to die today
Francesco Petrarca
non-communication is not a state of death, but no longer being able to be understood certainly is
Pier Paolo Pasolini
nostalgia is not what it used to be
Simone Signoret
not even one's own thoughts are able to be successfully translated into words
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
not everyone can boast of having a friend
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
not everyone is condemned to being intelligent
Carlo Emilio Gadda
not only do most people accept violence if it is perpetuated by legitimate authority, they also regard violence against certain kinds of people as inherently legitimate, no matter who commits it - Edgar Z. Friedenberg
Edgar Z. Friedenberg
not wanting is the same as having
Lucius Annaeus Seneca
nothing exists except atoms and empty space; everything else is opinion
nothing has an uglier look to us than reason, when it is not on our side - George Savile
George Savile
nothing impoverishes so much as greed
nothing in life is to be feared, instead everything is to be understood
Marie Curie
nothing in the world is more difficult than frankness and nothing is easier than flattery
Fedor Michailovich Dostoevski
nothing is beautiful from every point of view
Quintus Horatius Flaccus
nothing is built on stone; all is built on sand, but we must build as if the sand were stone
Jorge Luis Borges
nothing is harder to resist than a bit of flattery - Arnold Lobel
Arnold Lobel
nothing is illegal if one hundred businessmen decide to do it - Andrew Young
Andrew Young
nothing is impossible for the man who doesn't have to do it himself - A.H. Weiler
A.H. Weiler
nothing is in the intellect that was not first in the senses
San Tommaso d'Aquino
nothing is more fairly distributed than common sense: no one thinks he needs more of it than he already has
René Descartes
nothing is ours, except time
Lucius Annaeus Seneca
nothing is permanent, except change
nothing is poison and everything is poison; the difference is in the dose
nothing is said that has not been said before
nothing is so practical as a good theory
Kurt Lewin
nothing matters very much, and few things matter at all - Arthur James Balfour
Arthur James Balfour
nothing so needs reforming as other people's habits - Mark Twain
Mark Twain
novelty is as old as the world
Jacques Prévert
now I do not dispute that medicine benefits some kinds of men, but I say that it is deadly for mankind
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
now I see the secret of making the best persons: it is to grow in the open air and to eat and sleep with the earth - Walt Whitman
Walt Whitman