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The Catcher in the Rye
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  • He said that because Jesus picked the Disciples, you were supposed to like them.
  • Take the Disciples, for instance.
  • I like almost anybody in the Bible better than the Disciples.
  • He was a very nice kid, and I liked him, but I could never see eye to eye with him on a lot of stuff in the Bible, especially the Disciples.
  • He kept telling me if I didn’t like the Disciples, then I didn’t like Jesus and all.
  • I like him ten times as much as the Disciples, that poor bastard.
  • I think any one of the Disciples would’ve sent him to Hell and all— and fast, too—but I’ll bet anything Jesus didn’t do it.

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  • She was his favorite student and disciple.
  • She was a disciple of Gandhi.

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