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Why is it that we entertain the belief that for every purpose odd numbers are the most effectual?
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Pliny the Elder (23 AD - 79 AD)
To conclude, all other living creatures live orderly and well, after their own kind: we see them flock and gather together, and ready to make head and stand against all others of a contrary kind: the lions as fell and savage as they be, fight not with one another: serpents sting not serpents, nor bite one another with their venomous teeth: nay the very monsters and huge fishes of the sea, war not amongst themselves in their own kind: but believe me, man at man's hand receiveth most harm and mischief.
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Pliny The Elder (23 AD - 79 AD)

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This only is certain, that there is nothing certain; and nothing more miserable and yet more arrogant than man.
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Pliny the Elder (23 AD - 79 AD)
The only certainty is that nothing is certain.
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Pliny the Elder (23 AD - 79 AD)
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