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inertia
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The Fountainhead
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  • Because on your side you have reason—oh, I know, it’s something no one really wants to have on his side—and against you, you have just a vague, fat, blind inertia.
  • He went on, driven by inertia.
  • It was neither courage nor loyalty; it was inertia; they had lived too long with the thought that the world would end if they lost their jobs on the Banner.

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  • She had to overcome her inertia and get back to work.
  • The rocket’s inertia will take it out of the solar system.

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