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QUOTATION, practice. The allegation of some authority or case, or passage of some law, in support of a position which it is desired to establish.
     2. Quotations when properly made, assist the reader, but when misplaced, they are inconvenient. As to the manner of quoting or citing authorities, see Abbreviations; Citations.

QUOTATION, rights. The transcript of a part of a book or writing from a book or paper into another.
     2. If the quotation is fair, and not so extensive as to extract the whole value or the most valuable part of an author, it will not be a violation of the copyright. It is mostly difficult to define what is a fair quotation. When the quotation is unfair, an injunction will lie to restrain the publication. See 17 Ves. 424; 1 Bell's Com. 121, 5th ed.
     3. "That part of a work of one author found in another," observed Lord Ellenborough, "is not of itself piracy, or sufficient to support an action; a man may adopt part of the work of another; he may so make use of another's labors for the promotion of science, and the benefit of the public." 5 Esp. N. P. C. 170; 1 Campb. 94. See Curt. on Copyr. 242; 3 Myl. & Cr. 737, 738; 17 Ves. 422; 1 Campb. 94; 2 Story, R. 100; 2 Beav. 6, 7; Abridgment; Copyright.

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This paper explores the efficacy of using familiar quotations and summary writing in introductory psychology lectures.
Speaking of Higher Education is a Bartlett's of sorts, chockablock full of remarks by famous (sometimes) men (mostly) on a variety of academic subjects, although some are borrowed from an earlier volume of academic quotations (the 1995 International Education Quotations Encyclopaedia) and some even from Bartlett's itself.
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First, a primer on quotation marks: Start a quote with double quotation marks, and for a quote within a quote use single quotation marks.
(12) The Bluebook has rules for "quotations within quotations" too (13) but it does not address how to deal with the successive layers of source indication that result from the rules when a quotation is slightly altered and requoted by court after court.
After searching several sources, Anna Berkes (2012) of the Monticello Library concluded that "We currently have no evidence that Thomas Jefferson said or wrote" that quotation or any known variation thereof.
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So, how did we end up pairing this vibrant institution with this provocative quotation? The embarrassing truth is, it was process myopia.
Proving a negative is impossible, but we have read a wide range of Goebbels's writings and speeches without finding the quotation. (1) No one who cites it online or in available printed sources--including academic works--provides a source.