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Margery Closey Quigley
“Don't talk 'baby-talk,' even to babies. Murder is almost justified in the case of the 'baby-talker.'”
“Money is an accident. Now you and your family have it; now you haven't.”
“The coöperative tribute or gift is the bane of every school and office. The person who proposes it ought to be shot at sunrise as an example.”
“... a person must not eat to satiety, but must leave the table a trifle hungry. An hour after one has eaten, he finds that the 'still hungry feeling' is usually gone.”
Margery Closey Quigley, U.S. writer
(1886 - 1968)