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Antoine de Saint-Exupery

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Antoine de Saint-Exupery

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J. D. Salinger

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Juan Antonio Samaranch

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Carl Sandburg

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George Santayana

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George Santayana

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Jean-Paul Sartre

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Marilyn vos Savant

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Marilyn vos Savant

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Mary Schmich

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Mary Schmich

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Mary Schmich

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Robert H. Schuller

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Robert H. Schuller

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Charles M. Schulz

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Charles M. Schulz

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Charles M. Schulz

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Arnold Schwarzenegger

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Albert Schweitze

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Martin Scorsese

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Walter Scott

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Erich Segal

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Lucius Annaeus Seneca

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William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare

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George Bernard Shaw

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George Bernard Shaw

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George Bernard Shaw

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George Bernard Shaw

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George Bernard Shaw

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George Bernard Shaw

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George Bernard Shaw

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George Bernard Shaw

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George Bernard Shaw

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George Bernard Shaw

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George Bernard Shaw

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George Bernard Shaw

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George Bernard Shaw

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Brooke Shields

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Igor Sikorsky

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Beverly Sills

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Frank Sinatra

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Isaac Bashevis Singer

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Mike Singletary

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Douglas Sirk

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Adam Smith

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Logan P. Smith

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Margaret Smith

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Sam Snead

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Warren Spahn

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Charles Spalding

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Muriel Spark

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Henri B. Stendhal

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Casey Stengel

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Casey Stengel

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Casey Stengel

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Casey Stengel

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Adlai E. Stevenson

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Robert Louis Stevenson

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Oliver Stone

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W. Clement Stone

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Tom Stoppard

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Jonathan Swift

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Barry Switzer