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Pure truth cannot be assimilated by the crowd; it must be communicated by contagion. (Quote by - Henri Frederic Amiel)

He's not aware of the extent to which he's drifted away from the old neighborhood. He's been assimilated into the world of his wife, and he's lost his identity, and his soul goes with it. (Quote by - Dan Wackerman)

You measure a democracy by the freedom it gives its dissidents, not the freedom it gives its assimilated conformists. (Quote by - Abbie Hoffman)

The past remains integral to us all, individually and collectively. We must concede the ancients their place... but their past is not simply back there, in a separate and foreign country, it is assimilated in ourselves and resurrected in an ever-changing present. (Quote by - David Lowenthal)

This strategy could be successful in markets that are multi-cultural with assimilated Hispanic populations, such as California, Florida and Texas, (Quote by - Maria Sanchez)

Just give up. Use windows. Use explorer. Buy an SUV for your daily commute. Shop at Fry's. Use PacBell DSL. Listen to top 40. It'll all just be so much easier. YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED. (Quote by - Hoche)

They said that Seven was a former Borg who had been human and had been assimilated. She was regaining her humanity. I had no interest in this character. (Quote by - Jeri Ryan)

I feel like a lot of the fundamental material, I've assimilated. So now the question is: Am I going to really get into my spiritual inheritance of music and really develop my abilities? (Quote by - Wynton Marsalis)

Mourning is not forgetting. ... It is an undoing. Every minute tie has to be untied and something permanent and valuable recovered and assimilated from the dust. (Quote by - Margery Allingham)

I've assimilated the hit. I've passed along most of what I can and now I'm prepared to live with it. But in my opinion, prices will come down. (Quote by - Steve King)

A fact must be assimilated with, or discriminated fromm, some other fact or facts, in order to be raised to the dignity of a truth, and made to convey the least knowledge to the mind. (Quote by - Henry Mayhew)

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