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I made observations for three hours last night, and am almost ill today from fatigue still I have worked all day, trying
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"I made observations for three hours last night, and am almost ill today from fatigue; still I have worked all day, trying to reduce the places, and mean to work hard again tonight"

- Maria Mitchell

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Maria Mitchell's quote shows her dedication and hard work as an astronomer. She worked for 3 hours the night before and was so exhausted that she was almost ill. Despite this, she still worked all the time to minimize the locations and was figured out to strive once again that night. This quote shows her commitment to her work and her passion for astronomy. It also shows her decision to press through her fatigue and continue her work. Maria Mitchell was a leader in the field of astronomy and her quote is a testimony to her devotion and perseverance. Her quote is an inspiration to anybody who is enthusiastic about their work and wants to put in the hard work and devotion to attain their objectives.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Maria Mitchell between August 1, 1818 and June 28, 1889. He/she was a famous Scientist from USA. The author also have 31 other quotes.

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