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jargon
used in Atlas Shrugged

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specialized terminology characteristic of a particular group such as doctors or thieves
  • With all of their noisy devotion to the age of science, their hysterically technological jargon, their cyclotrons, their sound rays, these men were moved forward, not by the image of an industrial skyline, but by the vision of that form of existence which the industrialists had swept away-the vision of a fat, unhygienic rajah of India, with vacant eyes staring in indolent stupor out of stagnant layers of flesh, with nothing to do but run precious gems through his fingers and, once in a...
    3.5 Part 3 Chapter 5 — Their Brothers' Keepers (72% in)

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