1. "square centimeter"
- Chuck Missler, Beyond Perception: The Evidence of Things Not Seen
2. "I took the T from Logan airport to Harvard Square. I hate driving in Boston. It's the traffic that drives me spare, and the absolutely terrible manners of the motorists. Other New Englanders refer to Massachusetts drivers as "Massholes."
- Geraldine Brooks, People of the Book
6. "42 Washington Square,"
- Peter Hartshorn, I Have Seen the Future: A Life of Lincoln Steffens
10. "Success in the pulps depended on speed and imagination, and Hubbard had both in abundance. The church estimates that between 1934 and 1936, he was turning out a hundred thousand words of fiction a month. He was writing so fast that he began typing on a roll of butcher paper to save time. When a story was finished, he would tear off the sheet using a T-square and mail it to the publisher."
- Lawrence Wright, Going Clear: Scientology