=== სავტორო უფლებით დაცული
და საყოველთაო საკუთება ===
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# Works having been published before 1923; or having been published before 1963 ''if and only if'' affirmative evidence can be provided that the copyright expired and was not renewed.
# Government publications as well as the speeches of public officials on matters of policy or of public concern. This includes campaign speeches, statements made during Congressional hearings, and the content of judicial opinions.
# Works for which affirmative evidence can be provided that the copyright owner has expressly released the work into the public domain.
და დაუმოწმებელი ===
See [[Wikiquote:Sourcing]] for guidelines on sourced quotes. Unsourced quotes will be removed from all articles. Adding unsourced quotes to articles will be reverted. A newly created page consisting of unsourced quotes will be nominated for [[Wikiquote:Votes for deletion|deletion]] or given a [[Wikiquote:Proposed deletion|PROD]] tag. For an already existing page, unsourced quotes that fail to meet standards of quality will be deleted. Any remaining unsourced quotes will placed on the article's discussion page. If all of the quotes on an existing page are unsourced, the page will be nominated for deletion.
=== ციტატის სიგრძე ===
Inappropriately lengthy quotes will be trimmed or discarded, with a maximum of 250 words per quote.
=== გამონაკლისები ===
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