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Atlas Shrugged
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  • The sharp resentment was genuine.
  • The words and the voice had the genuine simplicity of truth, "Dr. Akston, I …. it’s inconceivable, it’s …. You’re …. you’re a philosopher …. the greatest philosopher living …. an immortal name …. why would you do this?"
  • She glanced at him in astonishment; he had never paid her open compliments of that kind; the admiration in his voice was genuine, but the hint of mockery remained in his face, and she felt as if he were speaking to some purpose which she could not guess.
  • The cry was oddly, incomprehensibly genuine.
  • It was not malice in Philip’s voice, but worse: it was a genuine, indignant astonishment.
  • The jolt that shook them was genuine terror.
  • That’s who runs Taggart Transcontinental," said the engineer; the respect in his voice was genuine.
  • Again, she saw the look of earnestness and again knew with certainty that it was genuine, when he said, "Yes.
  • I’m very tired…… " The sincerity of his voice was genuine.
  • I don’t get it," he said in a tone of genuine helplessness.

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  • I am genuinely sorry for what I did.
  • She has a genuine interest in each of her students.

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