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resumption
used in Catch-22

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  • When the game resumed, it was not good any longer.
    Chapter 9 -- Major Major Major Major (34% in)
  • Just why do you think,' he resumed when he had finished, looking up, 'that you made those two statements expressing contradictory emotional responses to the fish?
    Chapter 27 -- Nurse Duckett (25% in)
  • And it was indeed an objective Peckem who gazed at Colonel Scheisskopf encouragingly and resumed his indoctrination with an attitude of magnanimous forgiveness.
    Chapter 29 -- Peckem (19% in)
  • Chaplain,' resumed the officer without insignia at a more leisurely pace, lifting a typewritten sheet of yellow paper from the open folder, 'I have a signed statement here from Colonel Cathcart asserting you stole that plum tomato from him.
    Chapter 36 -- The Cellar (60% in)
  • Now that his moment of tension with Colonel Cathcart had passed, Colonel Korn relaxed again and resumed kicking softly against Colonel Cathcart's desk.
    Chapter 40 -- Catch-22 (42% in)

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