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Grammar, which knows how to control even kings.
MOLIèRE
Grammar, which can govern even Kings.
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Grammar, which knows how to lord it over kings, and with high hands makes them obey its laws. [Fr...
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How to control devilish temper;When angry recite this statement,"I will never allow my miserable ang...
DAVID ATTA (A.K.A DAVIED ATTLARS & MR DAIN)
Grammar is the logic of speech, even as logic is the grammar of reason.
RICHARD C. TRENCH
Custom, that unwritten law, By which the people keep even kings in awe.
CHARLES DAVENPORT
Englishmen have always loved Moliere.
LYTTON STRACHEY
Who climbs the grammar-tree, distinctly knows Where noun, and verb, and participle grows.
JOHN DRYDEN
She's the leader out there. She's got a great arm, knows how to take control out there and has aweso...
ALLYSON WOLFF
No man forgets his original trade: the rights of nations and of kings sink into questions of grammar...
SAMUEL JOHNSON
When one does what is within his control, he knows his only weakness ; but when he does beyond his c...
ANUJ SOMANY
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BOBBY W. MILLER
To know how to dissimulate is the knowledge of kings.
CARDINAL RICHELIEU
To know how to disguise is the knowledge of kings.
CARDINAL DE RICHELIEU
Even a wolf knows how to be polite when animalistic humans have no clue about politeness
MUNIA KHAN
Do they even have anyone who knows how to draft a bill in parliament?
ADRIEN WING
He who knows how to obey knows how to command.
SWAMI VIVEKANANDA
The best way to upbring a child is to take control of your child's mind positively,before your child...
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Wit is a dangerous weapon, even to the possessor, if he knows not how to use it discreetly
MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE
Grammar school never taught me anything about grammar.
ISAAC GOLDBERG
We serve a gracious Master who knows how to overrule even our mistakes to His glory and our own adva...
JOHN NEWTON
He knows how to beat these guys. Even in Kansas City, we never lost to them. He has the ingredients.
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Wit is a dangerous weapon, even to the possessor, if he knows not how to use it discreetly.
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Indeed he knows not how to know who knows not also how to un-know
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This is a union that knows how to prepare a strike and knows how to win.
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Your grammar is a reflection of your image. Good or bad, you have made an impression. And like all i...
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A horse is a quadruped, and quadruped's latin for beast, as everybody that's gone through grammar kn...
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He who knows how to dissimulate knows how to reign. [Fr., Qui nescit dissimulare, nescit regnare.]
VICENTIUS LUPANUS (VINCENT DE LA LOUPE)
He who knows how to flatter also knows how to slander.
NAPOLEON BONAPARTE
Indeed he knows not how to know who knows not also how to un-know.
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Ill-fitting grammar are like ill-fitting shoes. You can get used to it for a bit, but then one day y...
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No one knows like a woman how to say things which are at once gentle and deep
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Maybe this will be the beginning of a trend? Flat taxes, cutting foreign aid, a referendum on Europe...
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He who knows how to be poor knows everything.
JULES MICHELET
He who knows how to live, knows more than enough.
VIKRANT PARSAI
The greater part of the world's troubles are due to questions of grammar
MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE
It's all very well being a native speaker. But explaining complex grammar without training would be ...
SARAH WILSON
I never made a mistake in grammar but once in my life and as soon as I done it I seen it.
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At painful times, when composition is impossible and reading is not enough, grammars and dictionari...
ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING
It is well to remember that grammar is common speech formulated
WILLIAM SOMERSET MAUGHAM
This is the type of arrant pedantry up with which I will not put.
WINSTON S. CHURCHILL
It's hard to take someone seriously when they leave you a note saying, 'Your ugly.' My ugly what? Th...
CARA LYNN SHULTZ
He who knows little knows enough if he knows how to hold is tongue.
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He who knows best knows how little he knows
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He knows how to get to the free throw line and he knows how to get people to foul him.
COREY BELSER
I really do not know that anything has ever been more exciting than diagramming sentences.
GERTRUDE STEIN
He who knows best knows how little he knows.
THOMAS JEFFERSON
Grammar is the grave of letters
ELBERT HUBBARD
Grammar is not a time of waste
NANCY CARTWRIGHT
Why care for grammar as long as we are good?
ARTEMUS WARD (WRITER)
People who think that grammar is just a collection of rules and restrictions are wrong. If you get t...
DELPHINE DE VIGAN
How can we ever have peace when we cant even make peace with the things we cant control.
SYNECA DE JORMUNGAND
We elected a man who knows how to build walls when we needed someone who knows how to build bridges.
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Nicole knows how to use her body right. She'll get down and she knows how to rebound. She's real phy...
DOMINIQUE ENGLISH
There is no one right way.

Just figure out what works for you!
LORII MYERS
Compromise now, because you'll have to later, anyway, only then you'll have gone through things you'...
AYN RAND
All I say is, kings is kings, and you got to make allowances. Take them all around, they're a might...
MARK TWAIN
If "how to do it" were the answer, it'd be done. It's how you do the "hows" that's most important.
JEFF OLSON
Almost any man knows how to earn money, but not one in a million knows how to spend it.
HENRY DAVID THOREAU
Why care for grammar as long as we are good?
ARTEMUS WARD
When a thought takes one's breath away, a lesson in grammar seems an impertinence.
THOMAS W. HIGGINSON
I will not go down to posterity talking bad grammar.
BENJAMIN DISRAELI
Those that will combat use and custom by the strict rules of grammar do but jest.
MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE
I am the King of Rome, and above grammar
EMPEROR SIGISMUND
Me fail english? Thats unpossible.
MATT GROENING
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STEPHEN KING
Who really knows, and who can swear,
How creation came, when or where!
Even gods came afte...
RIG VEDA
Grammar is a piano I play by ear. All I know about grammar is its power.
JOAN DIDION
Don't forget your great guns, which are the most respectable arguments of the rights of kings.
FREDERICK THE GREAT
We can’t control everything that happens to us, but we can control how we respond to things we can...
AVIS J. WILLIAMS
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Cyndi Lauper knows how to work a crowd.
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You cannot control what other people do, only how you react to it.
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Nobody gets through life without experiencing some form of rejection, which is why everybody knows h...
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The person who knows where to find persistence invariably knows how to find success.
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I think the first virtue is to restrain the tongue; he approaches nearest to gods who knows how to b...
CATO THE ELDER
I think the first virtue is to restrain the tongue; he approaches nearest to gods who knows how to b...
CATO ELDER
The person who knows where to find persistence invariably knows how to find success.
DAVID ATTA (A.K.A DAVIED ATTLARS & MR DAIN)
The girl still knows how to win.
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A man never knows how to say goodbye; a woman never knows when to say it.
HELEN ROWLAND
A smart person knows how to talk. A wise person knows when to be silent.
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If money is not maintained, it can collapse like a bridge along Interstate 5 and fixing it, even wit...
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A leader knows what's best to do; a manager knows merely how best to do it.
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Everyone knows how to talk, and no one knows what to say.
NICK HORNBY
Why are they going to disappear him?'
I don't know.'
It doesn't make sense. It isn't even ...
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He knows how to ride a chairlift.
JOAN BREHM
The 'dawn' knows how to protect.
SAM VEDA
He knows how to make me purrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
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I really like grammar. And spelling. I was a spelling-bee kid. I'm hard-core about grammar.
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Kings govern by popular assemblies only when they cannot do without them.
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Kings are the slaves of history.
LEO TOLSTOY
Only a fool knows everything. A wise man knows how little he knows.
SOURCE UNKNOWN
I believe my customer knows her style and knows how to mix and match your style.
DAISY FUENTES
He knows he scares people. You get the impression he knows how to handle them.
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Once you realize you do not have complete control over your golf ball, however understand that you d...
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Grammar, which knows how to lord it over kings, and with high hands makes them obey its laws. [Fr...
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Gold gives to the ugliest thing a certain charming air, For that without it were else a miserable ...
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The republic of letters. [Fr., La republique des lettres.]
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