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Quotes of the Day

Quotes of the Day
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64 Funny, Inspiring and Stupid Money Quotes From Famous People Wise Bread Picks People love quoting famous people. Whether the celebrity in question is a genius or not, we love a good sound byte. We've collected quotes from presidents, movie stars, philosophers, athletes, and even Paris Hilton on everybody's favorite topic: Money. (See also: How Money Can Destroy Your Dreams) 1. Borrowed Words in English The English language has an enormous amount of words that have been borrowed (or loaned) from other languages. This is a collection of tables listing words from the many languages that have contributed words to English. For some languages the word list is complete; for others (French, Greek, Latin, Arabic, Spanish) only a selection of borrowed words is given as there are so many. There are brief explanations for most words and the original literal meaning if appropriate. Please note that some word derivations are disputed by etymologists.

Online "… so we repaired to a publick-house, took a friendly glass, and thus parted." — Peter Drake, Amiable Renegade: The Memoirs of Captain Peter Drake, 1671–1753, 1960 "… Warren repaired to the dining alcove off the kitchen … and ate dinner with Nina and the children, discussing their schoolwork and events of the day." — Kevin Starr, Embattled Dreams, 2002 We are all familiar with the verb repair used as a synonym of fix. But today's word, while it is a homograph and a homophone of the more familiar repair, is a slightly older and unrelated verb. Repair, the synonym of fix, comes via Anglo-French from the Latin reparare, a combination of the re- prefix and parare ("prepare").

Online Etymology Dictionary Astronomy Picture of the Day Money Quotes For many, money is not just the most important thing, but the only important thing. I find that a sad way to lead life. Here are some money quotes that will lend you some perspective on money. Robert Frost A bank is a place where they lend you an umbrella in fair weather and ask for it back when it begins to rain. Benjamin Franklin A penny saved is a penny earned.

Wisdom Quotes Money Quotes "Money isn't everything. It's just most everything." --Nica Clark Wealth Quotes Wealth Quotes and Quotations He that maketh haste to be rich shall not be innocent. I glory more in the coming purchase of my wealth than in the glad possession. Wealth Quotes The wealth of man is the number of things which he loves and blesses, which he is loved and blessed by. -Carlyle Those who obtain riches by labour, care, and watching, know their value. Those who impart them to sustain and extend knowledge, virtue, and religion, know their use. Those who lose them by accident or fraud know their vanity. And those who experience the difficulties and dangers of preserving them know their perplexities.

iKnow Community: Transhumanism becomes a significant force Wild card Human enhancement techniques are developing rapidly. This wildcard explores the notion that Transhumanism (promotion of such humans enhancement with technology) becomes a significant force in society rather than a fringe phenomenon. The wildcard assumes that relevant technologies will be widely available and welcomed. Surprises ("wild" scenario features) The wild factor here is that commonplace assumptions about boundaries that have been drawn between humans and technology are substantially undermined.

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