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Quine's Paradox
   states that   
Yields a Falsehood when Appended to Its Own Quotation Yeilds a Falsehood when Appended to Its Own Quotation
   in Italian is   
Joseph Roux
"A Fine Quotation is a Diamond on the Finger of a Man of Wit, and a Pebble in the Hand of a Fool"
French cartographer and hydrographer
Robert Chapman
"A Quotation, Like a Pun, Should Come Unsought, and then Be Welcomed Only for Some Propriety of Felicity Justifying the Intrusion"
British soldier and Conservative Party politician
Cary Grant
"I Improve on Misquotation"
British actor known for mostly American films
   is the elvish word for   
Quotation, Saying

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