Ten may refer to:
- 10 (number)
- 10, the year 10 AD
- 10 BC, the year 10 BC
- 10 (Los Angeles Railway)
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Famous quotes containing the word ten:
“Language is the amber in which a thousand precious and subtle thoughts have been safely embedded and preserved. It has arrested ten thousand lightning flashes of genius, which, unless thus fixed and arrested, might have been as bright, but would have also been as quickly passing and perishing, as the lightning.”
—Richard Chenevix Trench (18071886)
“It is better that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer.”
—William Blackstone (17231780)
“Once one is caught up into the material world not one person in ten thousand finds the time to form literary taste, to examine the validity of philosophic concepts for himself, or to form what, for lack of a better phrase, I might call the wise and tragic sense of life.”
—F. Scott Fitzgerald (18961940)