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All which is not prose is verse; and all which is not verse is prose.
That is never too often repeated, which is never sufficiently learned.
– Lucius Annaeus Seneca
The Western genre is certainly something with which I’m familiar.
– Keith Carradine
I’m really nearsighted, which has served me well.
– Kat Dennings
Infelicity is an ill to which all acts are heir which have the general character of ritual or ceremonial, all conventional acts.
– J. L. Austin
There is no true gracefulness which is not epitomized goodness.
– Samuel Butler
Ambition is the germ from which all growth of nobleness proceeds.
– Thomas Dunn English
I’ve read all of Sarah Waters’s novels which have been translated into Korean.
– Park Chan-wook
‘Magadheera’ is a lovely film which can’t be recreated.
– Ram Charan
Practice has a logic which is not that of the logician.
– Pierre Bourdieu
That which prematurely arrives at perfection soon perishes.
That which we obtain too easily, we esteem too lightly.
– Thomas Paine
Domination delegates the physical violence on which it rests to the dominated.
– Theodor Adorno
I had two roles for which I compromised.
– Sidney Poitier
Originally, in the early eighties, the drug hypothesis was among the first which occurred to scientists.
– Serge Lang
I have both sleep apnea and atrial fibrillation, which are both debilitating conditions.
– Ted Turner
There is no prejudice so strong as that which arises from a fancied exemption from all prejudice.
– William Hazlitt
A win is a win, which is about that particular moment.
– Viswanathan Anand
In the beginning there was nothing, which exploded.
– Terry Pratchett
Be that self which one truly is.
– Soren Kierkegaard
We’re improvising a lot of this, which amazes people.
– Tom Bergeron
There’s something about the theater which makes my fingertips tingle.
– Wole Soyinka
Television is an instrument which can paralyze this country.
– William Westmoreland
Which came first the intestine or the tapeworm?
– William S. Burroughs
The government is best which makes itself unnecessary.
– Wilhelm von Humboldt
The earliest form in which romances appear is that of a rude kind of verse.
– Thomas Bulfinch
Never ascribe to malice that which is adequately explained by incompetence.