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  • Toohey had written: # "Greatness is an exaggeration, and like all exaggerations of dimension it connotes at once the necessary corollary of emptiness.

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  • He chose his possessions to connote wealth and superiority.
  • His voice was precise and monotonous; it connoted safety.
    Ayn Rand  --  Atlas Shrugged

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