Without further ado, here are the lines we'll be voting on-- and to answer someone's question, if you made a nomination you are certainly still welcome to vote now. :)
Please read through this post first, as it has all the complete quotes, and where you vote on the sidebar, they will be condensed for the sake of space.
#1: "An unhappy alternative is before you, Elizabeth. From this day you must be a stranger to one of your parents. Your mother will never see you again if you do not marry Mr Collins... and I will never see you again if you do." ~Mr. Bennet
#2: "Ah, you look very well, Lizzy! You will never be as pretty as your sister Jane, but I will say you look very well indeed." ~Mrs. Bennet
#3: Bingley: Then... I have your blessing?
Darcy: Do you need my blessing?
#4: "Oh, Mr Bennet!" ~Mrs. Bennet
#5: Maria Lucas: Lizzy! Lizzy! Come into the dining room, for there is such a sight to be seen! Make haste!
Lizzy: Is this all? I thought at least that the pigs had got into the garden!
#6: "Shelves in the closet! Happy thought indeed." ~Elizabeth
#7: "No one knows what I suffer with my nerves. But then I never complain!" ~Mrs. Bennet
#8: "You will never play really well, Miss Bennet, unless you practice more." ~Lady Catherine
#9: "I'll tell you what I'll do. I shall write to Mr Bingley, informing him that I have five daughters, and he’s welcome to any of them that he chooses. They're all silly and ignorant like other girls; well, Lizzy has a little more wit than the rest." ~Mr. Bennet
#10: "But then, he may *prefer* a stupid wife, as others have done before him." ~Mr. Bennet (Sort of a continuation of the quote above.)
#11: "No lace, no lace, Mrs. Bennet, I beg you!" ~Mr. Bennet
#12: Darcy: And where are you staying?
Elizabeth: At the inn at Lambton.
Darcy: Ah, yes, of course. (Also known as "Ohyesocourse.")
Darcy: This is no very striking resemblance of your own character, I am sure.
2) "You mistake me, my dear. I have a high respect for your nerves. They’ve been my old friends these twenty years at least." ~Mr. Bennet
3) "Resignation is never so perfect as when the blessing denied begins to lose some part of its value in our estimation." ~Mr. Collins
4) "It is a very handsome building, and prettily situated, sir. And by no means lacking in windows." ~Elizabeth
5) "You take delight in vexing me! You have no compassion on my poor nerves!"
6) "There are few people in England, I suppose, who have more true enjoyment in music than
myself, or a better taste. And if I had ever learnt, I should be a true proficient. And so would Anne!” ~Lady Catherine
7) Mrs. Gardiner: And just as handsome as in his portrait, though perhaps a little less formally attired.
Elizabeth: Oh, we must leave here at once!
8) "You must tell him what a dreadful state I'm in. How I have such tremblings and flutterings all over me, such spasms in my side, and pains in my head, and beatings at heart, that I can get no rest either night or day!" ~Mrs. Bennet
9) Elizabeth: Yes, ’tis truly a very cruel deprivation. Indeed, I hardly know how I shall bear the loss of Lady Catherine’s company.
Mr Collins: You feel it keenly! Yes, of course you do, my poor young cousin!
10) "May I ask whether these pleasing attentions proceed from the impulse of the moment, or are they the result of previous study?" ~Mr. Bennet
11) "And now the mother! Are we to be invaded by every Bennet in the country? It's too much to
be borne!" ~Caroline Bingley