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The Fountainhead
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  • It was a tangible affirmation of his greatness.
  • There’s no affirmation without the one who affirms.
  • She could read no comment in it—only a conscious affirmation of the thought that had shocked her.
  • The affirmation, the acceptance, the sign of admittance.
  • There’s no affirmation without the one who affirms.
  • They did not speak of beauty and affirmation, but of closets, stairways, pantries, bathrooms.

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  • Maria affirmed that she has complete faith in the other members of the team.
  • The artist has one function—to affirm and glorify life.
    W. Edward Brown

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