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Brave New World
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  • Wonderfully pneumatic.
  • Not nearly so pneumatic as Lenina.
  • When they had arrived and were comfortably stretched out on the pneumatic sofas in Bernard’s room, Helmholtz began again.
  • But she was really too pneumatic.
  • Pneumatic too.
  • Anyhow she was pneumatic, particularly pneumatic; I remember that.
  • Anyhow she was pneumatic, particularly pneumatic; I remember that.
  • Sunk in their pneumatic stalls, Lenina and the Savage sniffed and listened.
  • Helmholtz rose from his pneumatic chair.
  • Sitting in a pneumatic chair, with his arm round a girl’s waist, sucking away at his sex-hormone chewing-gum and looking at the feelies.
  • Are you quite sure that the Edmund in that pneumatic chair hasn’t been just as heavily punished as the Edmund who’s wounded and bleeding to death?
  • Noiseless on his pneumatic shoes, the man came up behind him.
  • a crevice of time should yawn in the solid substance of their distractions, there is always soma, delicious soma, half a gramme for a half-holiday, a gramme for a week-end, two grammes for a trip to the gorgeous East, three for a dark eternity on the moon; returning whence they find themselves on the other side of the crevice, safe on the solid ground of daily labour and distraction, scampering from feely to feely, from girl to pneumatic girl, from Electromagnetic Golf course to 
  • Every one says I’m awfully pneumatic," said Lenina reflectively, patting her own legs.
  • It’s more like a caffeine-solution party than a trial," he said, and let himself fall into the most luxurious of the pneumatic arm-chairs.

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  • The pneumatic wrench is noisy.
  • The lawnmower uses non-pneumatic rubber tires.

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