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Gone with the Wind
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  • Dead with neat stones above them, saying: ’Here lies a soldier of the Confederacy, dead for the Southland’ or ’Dulce et decorum est—’ or any of the other popular epitaphs.

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  • I want to lead a life that permits a true and honorable epitaph.
  • I don’t think you’d be interviewing me if we were any less nimble. You’d be writing our epitaph.
    Bill Gates

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