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Birthdays occurring on September, 11

1899 Jimmie Davis was born on September 11, 1899
A song is the most intangible thing in the world.
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1913 Paul Bryant was born on September 11, 1913
American football college coach. 1913-1983
If you whoop and holler all the time, the players just get used to it.
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1916 Ed Sabol was born on September 11, 1916
American founder of NFL films, b.1916
Quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten.
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1924 Tom Landry was born on September 11, 1924
Leadership is getting someone to do what they don't want to do, to achieve what they want to achieve.
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Deaths occurring on September, 11

1940 Brian De Palma was born on September 11, 1940
Sydney Pollack recorded a candid commentary on [1973's] 'The Way We Were,' ... He revealed how upset Barbra Streisand was when he deleted two 'political' scenes she thought were central to her character. But only the most courageous will tell tales out of school about recent work because it can come back to haunt them. I know that from personal experience, having participated in a book about [what went wrong with the critically savaged] 'Bonfire of the Vanities.' You're not aware of it — but certain things just don't happen.
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1677 James Harrington died on September 11, 1677
English political philosopher, 1611-1677
And government (to define it de facto, or according to modern prudence) is an art whereby some man, or some few men, subject a city or a nation, and rule it according to his or their private interest; which, because the laws in such cases are made according to the interest of a man, or of some few families, may be said to be the empire of men, and not of laws.
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1917 Georges Guynemer died on September 11, 1917
French combat pilot during World War I, 1894 - 1917
If one has not given everything, one has given nothing.
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1921 Subrahmanya C. Bharati died on September 11, 1921
Indian poet, journalist and activist, 1882-1921
It is a right and duty of the wise ones to purify the strong by teaching them their duties and to strengthen the weak by teaching them their rights.
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1950 Jan Smuts died on September 11, 1950
When in doubt, do the courageous things
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1958 Robert Service died on September 11, 1958
English born Canadian poet called the Canadian Kipling for rollicking ballads of the frozen North, 1874-1958
This is the Law of the Yukon, that only the Strong shall thrive; That surely the Weak shall perish, and only the Fit survive.
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