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A Quote by unknown on danger, needs, and trouble

Never desert a comrade in need, in danger, or in trouble.

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A Quote by unknown on danger, day, justice, and life

Every life, every day, is in danger. That's just life

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A Quote by unknown on danger, intelligence, and love

Without love intelligence is dangerous; without intelligence love is not enough.

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A Quote by unknown on danger and life

The first three minutes of your life can be dangerous . . . The last three can be pretty dodgy, too!

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A Quote by unknown on cats, danger, food, mortality, time, wisdom, and wit

Once upon a time a cat who prided herself on her wit and wisdom was prowling about the barn in search of food and saw a tail protruding from a hole. "There is the conclusion of a rat," she said. Then she crept stealthily toward it until within striking distance, when she made a jump and reached it with her claws. Alas! it was not the appendage of a rat, but the tail of a snake, who immediately turned and gave her a mortal bite. And if such a story has a moral, it surely must be that it is indeed dangerous to jump at conclusions.

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A Quote by unknown on danger, lies, and needs

Everything you need is around you; the danger lies within you.

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A Quote by unknown on courage and danger

Courage consists not so much in avoiding danger as in conquering it.

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A Quote by unknown on danger, ideas, and world

The three most dangerous things in the world are a programmer with a soldering iron, a hardware type with a program patch and a user with an idea.

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Source: ancient computer saying

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A Quote by Titus Maccius Plautus on courage and danger

Courage in danger is half the battle.

Titus Maccius Plautus (c.254 - c.184 BC)

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A Quote by Thucydides on danger, glory, and vision

The bravest are surely those who have the clearest vision of what is before them, glory and danger alike, and yet notwithstanding, go out to meet it.

Thucydides (c.460 - 400 BC)

Source: The History of the Peloponnesian War, 431—413 BC.,

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