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incompatible
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • He saw defensively belligerent men and tastelessly dressed women-he saw mean, rancorous, suspicious faces that bore the one mark incompatible with a standard bearer of the intellect: the mark of uncertainty.
  • They have taught him that his body and his consciousness are two enemies engaged in deadly conflict, two antagonists of opposite natures, contradictory claims, incompatible needs, that to benefit one is to injure the other, that his soul belongs to a supernatural realm, but his body is an evil prison holding it in bondage to this earth-and that the good is to defeat his body, to undermine it by years of patient struggle, digging his way to that glorious jail-break which leads into the…

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  • You’re both so weird and incompatible with anyone else that you’re perfect for each other.
    Laurie Halse Anderson  --  The Impossible Knife of Memory
  • Or do you say, ’We are incompatible, these rats and I. If I am to live here, these vermin must die’?"
    Rick Yancey  --  The Infinite Sea

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