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occult
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • Cuffy Meigs’ terror had wider roots, it embraced all of existence; he had lived in chronic terror all his life, but now he was struggling not to acknowledge what it was that he had dreaded: in the moment of his triumph, when he expected to be safe, that mysterious, occult breed-the intellectual —was refusing to fear him and defying his power.

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  • he is a student of the occult
  • She claims that millions of Americans dabble in the occult.

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