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Atlas Shrugged
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  • It’s only a lead, an invaluable lead, but it would take the sort of mind that’s born once in a century, to complete it.
  • To love her for her vices is to defile all virtue for her sake-and that is a real tribute of love, because you sacrifice your conscience, your reason, your integrity and your invaluable self-esteem.
  • And when I find a customer with that invaluable capacity, then my performance is a mutual trade to mutual profit.
  • The only excuse I can offer for our maintenance department is that the shortage of fuel was not due to their negligence, it was-oh, I realize that you would not know about it and such matters should not take up your invaluable attention-but, you see, the oil shortage last winter was a nation-wide crisis.
  • It was derived from your invaluable research into the nature of cosmic rays and of the spatial transmission of energy.
  • It is an invaluable instrument of public security.
  • You consider me of invaluable importance to the country?
  • Miss Taggart, you have performed an invaluable service to the people.
  • She wondered what had been his purpose tonight-and noticed that he had, perhaps, accomplished it: he had carried her over the worst moment, he had given her an invaluable defense against despair-the knowledge that a living intelligence had heard her and understood.
  • "I don’t know how you can say that, after we’ve given you every assurance that we consider you of invaluable importance to the country, to the steel industry, to-"
  • I couldn’t have allowed your invaluable time to be taken up by the writing of radio speeches," said Dr. Ferris.
  • Hell, you consider me of invaluable importance even to your own necks.

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  • The job provided invaluable experience.
  • Her assistance was invaluable.

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