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New Age
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • "We arc at the dawn of a new age," said James Taggart, from above the rim of his champagne glass.
  • There they were, she thought, the men of the new age, the demanders and recipients of self-sacrifice.
  • In place of the golden dawn of a new age, the People’s States of Chile and Argentina are left with a pile of rubble and hordes of unemployed on their hands.
  • The dawn of a new age!

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  • People stand and begin to say goodbye to one another, when the doors swing open and Natalie makes her entrance, swooping in like a high-fashion gypsy, the "Queen of New Age," as she’s known, her Santa Fe jewelry jangling on her wrists and around her neck.
    Judy Blume  --  In the Unlikely Event
  • I think I may become a New Age person next year and celebrate the winter solstice by leaving my family and going to Stonehenge to dance with Druids.
    Louise Rennison  --  Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging

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