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You always find something in the last place you look.
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An ounce of application is worth a ton of abstraction.
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A person who talks when you wish him to listen.
-- Ambrose Bierce
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According to the Oxford English Dictionary, in the Middle Ages the
words "boss" and "botch" were largely synonymous, except that boss,
in addition to meaning "a supervisor of workers" also meant "an
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An outdoor Betty Ford Clinic.
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Ludwig van Beethoven being jeered by 50,000 sports
fans for finishing second in the Irish jig competition.
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Both models are identical in performance, functional operation, and
interface circuit details. The two models, however, are not compatible
on the same communications line connection.
-- Bell System Technical Reference
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He who blows his own horn always plays the music
several octaves higher than originally written.
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Bounders get bound when they are caught bounding.
-- Ralph Lewin
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Talent goes where the action is.