In the streets of London, UK, 2010:

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I'm so bored with it all. Attributed to: Winston Churchill (1874–1965), English statesman and writer, 1965. Said to be his last words. This is the sort of English up with which I will not put. Attributed to: Winston Churchill (1874–1965), English statesman and writer, 1948. Said to be a comment written in the margin of a report by a civil servant, referring to the person's use of a preposition at the end of a sentence. An alternative version of the remark substitutes "bloody nonsense" for "English." Well, the principle seems the same. The water still keeps falling over. Winston Churchill (1874–1965), English statesman and writer. When asked whether the Niagara Falls looked the same as when he first saw them. Closing the Ring (1951).

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