Music, he thought, the promise of the music he had invoked, the sense of it made real—there it was before his eyes—he did not see it—he heard it in chords—he thought that there was a common language of thought, sight and sound—was it mathematics?—the discipline of reason—music was mathematics—and architecture was music in stone—he knew he was dizzy because this place below him could not be real.
When Keating invoked his contract, he was told: "All right, go ahead, try to sue the government.
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She invoked the Fifth Amendment as reason not to answer.
Both read the same Bible, and pray to the same God; and each invokes his aid against the other.