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The Fountainhead
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  • Her voice was strange by omission, it was flagrantly devoid of respect.
  • Because your figures are more devoid of contempt for humanity than any work I’ve ever seen.
  • He asked, in a voice devoid of all clue to the purpose of the question, neither in approval nor scorn: "You’re the architect who built the Stoddard Temple, aren’t you, Mr. Roark?"
  • He’s just an egomaniac devoid of all moral sense"— —said the society woman dressing for a charity bazaar, who dared not contemplate what means of self-expression would be left to her and how she could impose her ostentation on her friends, if charity were not the all-excusing virtue— —said the social worker who had found no aim in life and could generate no aim from within the sterility of his soul, but basked in virtue and held an unearned respect from all, by grace of his fingers onů

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  • She imagines a world devoid of emotion.
  • He who is devoid of the power to forgive, is devoid of the power to love.
    Martin Luther King, Jr.

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