Where did Asimov say this quote, about women becoming lawyers vs doctors or engineers because math was not required?
What is the background of the epigram "I'm not a nitpicker nor a nitpicker's son, but I'll pick your nits 'til the nitpicker comes"?
"There is only one thing that I dread: not to be worthy of my sufferings" — where does this Dostoyevsky quote come from?
“Most of the trouble in the world is caused by people wanting to be important.” Is this a genuine TS Eliot quote?
Does the phrase "Jack of all trades, often times better than a master of one" come from Shakespeare?
Quote about the difference between talking about helping specific people and helping The People (in a political context)
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