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As You Like It
      
"The Fool Doth Think He is Wise, but the Wise Man Knows Himself to Be a Fool."
Top Man
   is carnival lingo for   
A Carney Who, when Setting up a Ride, Positions Himself High in the Air
Bill Cosby
   released   
Bill Cosby: Himself (1983)
A Liar Deceives No One but Himself
   is the moral of   
The Shipwrecked Impostor
Every Man for Himself
   is the moral of   
The Three Tradesmen
Himself
   was played by Denzel Washington in   
The Loretta Claiborne Story
2000
The Fox Never Found a Better Messenger
      
Than Himself
He Who Depends on Himself
      
Will Attain the Greatest Happiness
Ontological Paradox
   states that   
Can a Time Traveller Send Himself Information With No Outside Source?
Shebna
   means   
Who Rests Himself
Self Incrimination
   is the legal term for   
The Right of an Accused Person to Not Have to Testify Against Himself in a Court of Law
5th Amendment to U.S. Const.
Kenotism
   believes in the theory   
Christ Rid Himself of Divinity in Becoming Human
Stanley Kubrick
   said   
"A Filmmaker Has Almost the Same Freedom As a Novelist Has when He Buys Himself Some Paper.”"
Charlie Chaplin
   said   
"The Basic Essential of a Great Actor is That He Loves Himself in Acting."
British comic actor, filmmaker.
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970)
   starred   
Roger Moore, Hildegarde Neil and Alastair Mackenzie
Director: Basil Dearden. Also starred Hugh Mackenzie, Kevork Malikyan & Thorley Walters. Plot: Harold Pelham (Moore) encounters a duplicate of himself in the aftermath of a car crash. After that moment his life was upsetted.
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970)
   has the tagline   
Stalked by Fear and Terror-night and Day!
The Epitome, Chap. XLII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Religious Wisdom: the Name of Christ Known to None, Except Himself and His Father
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
Elucidations, Chap. XX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Himself and the Truth
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Himself
   in French is   
Lui-même
Jon-Erik Hexum
   died from   
Shooting Himself in the Head With a Prop Gun
An American TV actor. Blanks use wadding to seal gun powder into the shell, and this is propelled from the gun with enough force to cause severe injury or death if the weapon is fired at close range.
Lord of the Flies
   begins   
The Boy With Fair Hair Lowered Himself Down the Last Few Feet of Rock...
The boy with fair hair lowered himself down the last few feet of rock and began to pick his way towards the lagoon. - William Golding
Cockalorum
   means   
A Little Man With an Unduly High Opinion of Himself
Maize God Who Crowns Himself King
   was made in   
Guatemala
Fresco, c. 100 BC; in situ, San Bartolo, Petén
For the Legate of Terrestrial and Dawn, The Great Cape Will Accommodate Himself to All:
   is found in   
Almanacs 1555 - 1563, Quatrain No.46
For the legate of terrestrial and dawn, The great Cape will accommodate himself to all: Tacit LORRAINE, to be listening, He whose advice they will not want to agree with.
Himself
   was played by Will Smith in the film   
Jersey Girl (2003)
Uncredited cameo
Himself
   was played by Kevin Bacon in   
Imagine New York (2003)
Short subject
Himself
   was played by Kevin Bacon in   
The Magic 7 (2009)
Himself
   was played by Kevin Bacon in   
We Married Margo (2000)
Molière
   wrote   
The Doctor in Spite of Himself
1666
Himself
   was played by Tom Cruise in   
Goldmember (2002)
Cameo Performance. Director Jay Roach
Himself
   was played by Michael Douglas in   
Get Bruce (1999)
Documentary
Himself
   was played by Michael Douglas in   
Tell Them Who You Are (2003)
Documentary
Ambrose Bierce
   said   
"Egotist: a Person More Interested in Himself Than in Me"
Abraham Lincoln
   said   
"Quarrel Not at All. No Man Resolved to Make the Most of Himself Can Spare Time for Personal Contention."
Lao Tzu
   said   
"He Who Knows Others is Wise;He Who Know Himself is Enlightened."
Chinese philosopher
Thomas Jefferson
   said   
"The Issue Today is the Same As It Has Been Throughout All History, Whether Man Shall Be Allowed to Govern Himself or Be Ruled by a Small Elite"
3rd. United States President
Benjamin Jowett
   said   
"To Teach a Man How He May Learn to Grow Independently, and for Himself, is Perhaps the Greatest Service That One Man Can Do to Another"
British classical scholar, considered to be one of the greatest teachers of the 19th century






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