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Atlas Shrugged
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  • The slight, choked sound from Eddie Willers was his suppressed desire to cheer.
  • She saw the suppressed grins on the solemn faces.
  • Rearden suppressed a swear word.
  • The sentence sounded involuntary, as if, trying to suppress the sound of emotion, he had uttered suppressed words.
  • The sentence sounded involuntary, as if, trying to suppress the sound of emotion, he had uttered suppressed words.
  • The note of a suppressed emotion came back into his voice.
  • Yes, I-" She was looking at the tall figure with the sun-streaked hair, with the suppressed smile in the mercilessly perceptive eyes-she was seeing the struggle to build her Line and the summer day of the first train’s run-she was thinking that if a human figure could be fashioned as an emblem of that Line, this was the figure.
  • She could not tell whether the dispatcher, an elderly man with years of railroad work behind him, still retained his intelligence but chose to hide it, or whether months of suppressing it had choked it for good, granting him the safety of stagnation, "We don’t know what to do, Miss Taggart.

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  • The dictator suppressed criticism in the press.
  • She struggled to suppress a smile as the little boy told of his fear of a monster under the bed.

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