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"Beware The Ides Of March" And Other Famous Shakespearean Quotes (PHOTOS, POLL)

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"Beware the ides of March," a soothsayer tells Caesar in Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar." The Ides of March, which takes place on March 15, is known as the day that Caesar was killed, and the ominous phrase has, at this point, worked its way into the common lexicon.

But it's not the only Shakespearean saying that everyone seems to know. Certain phrases in Shakespeare plays have become so common in the English language that people don't always know that they're even from Shakespeare. Below are some of the bard's most famous lines. Let us know your favorites!

Ides of March and Other Shakespeareanisms
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