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Everyone is in the best seat.
-- John Cage
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Everyone is more or less mad on one point.
-- Rudyard Kipling
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Everyone knows that dragons don't exist. But while this simplistic
formulation may satisfy the layman, it does not suffice for the
scientific mind. The School of Higher Neantical Nillity is in fact
wholly unconcerned with what DOES exist. Indeed, the banality of
existence has been so amply demonstrated, there is no need for us
to discuss it any further here. The brilliant Cerebron, attacking
the problem analytically, discovered three distinct kinds of dragon:
the mythical, the chimerical, and the purely hypothetical. They were
all, one might say, nonexistent, but each nonexisted in an entirely
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Everyone wants results, but no one is willing to do what it takes
to get them.
-- Dirty Harry
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Everyone was born right-handed.
Only the greatest overcome it.
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Everyone who comes in here wants three things:
1. They want it quick.
2. They want it good.
3. They want it cheap.
I tell 'em to pick two and call me back.
-- sign on the back wall of a small printing company
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Everyone's in a high place when you're on your knees.
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Everything bows to success, even grammar.
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Everything can be filed under "miscellaneous".
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Everything ends badly. Otherwise it wouldn't end.