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monk
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • Oh, we had a perfect case all right, but the man who presided at the trial was Judge Narragansett, one of those old-fashioned monks of the bench who thinks like a mathematician and never feels the human side of anything.
  • If a man like you stays pure as a monk for over a year, didn’t you think that I might begin to suspect the reason?
  • When she tore her mouth away from him, she was laughing soundlessly, in triumph, as if saying: Hank Rearden-the austere, unapproachable Hank Rearden of the monk like office, the business conferences, the harsh bargains-do you remember them now?-I’m thinking of it, for the pleasure of knowing that I’ve brought you to this.

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  • a Tibetan monk wearing an orange robe
  • a Catholic monk leading a life of austerity

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