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- The malice and bad tempers from which other people had to take holidays never afflicted him.p. 60.5
- He felt strong enough to meet and overcome affliction, strong enough to face even Iceland.p. 98.8
- Often in the past he had wondered what it would be like to be subjected (soma-less and with nothing but his own inward resources to rely on) to some great trial, some pain, some persecution; he had even longed for affliction.p. 104.1
- One gramme, she decided, would not be enough; hers had been more than a one-gramme affliction.p. 171.9
- For the sake of the labourers; it would be sheer cruelty to afflict them with excessive leisure.p. 224.8
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