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congenital
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • And I-I’m playing with cobblestones and shingling a roof, while a transcontinental railroad system is collapsing in the hands of congenital ward heelers.
  • But the looters-by their own stated theory-are in desperate, permanent, congenital need and at the blind mercy of matter.
  • This idol of your cult of zero-worship, this symbol of impotencethe congenital dependent-is your image of man and your standard of value, in whose likeness you strive to refashion your soul.

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  • It was a congenital heart defect.
  • It was true what I’d heard, that his heart was congenitally diseased, and he was now in urgent need of a transplant.
    Chang-rae Lee  --  A Gesture Life

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