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The Fountainhead
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  • The smile seemed implicit in the room itself, in her standing there, halfway across that room.
  • …large house, she had two children, she believed in expressing their individuality—"don't you?"—and each had to have a separate nursery, she had to have a library—"I read to distraction"—a music room, a conservatory—"we grow lilies-of-the-valley, my friends tell me it's my flower"—a den for her husband, who trusted her implicitly and let her plan the house—"because I'm so good at it, if I weren't a woman I'm sure I'd be an architect"—servants' rooms and all that, and a three-car garage.

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  • Many regulations function as implicit taxes, with far-reaching effects on consumer prices, employment, and innovation.
    Marlo Lewis, Jr.  --  Reviving Regulatory Reform: Options for the President and Congress  --  http://www.cei.org/utils/printer.cfm?AID=4446(retrieved 06/28/06)

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