- Men are important only in relation to other men, in their usefulness, in the service they render.2.13 — Part 2 Chapter 13 (66% in)
- Keating had met Lucius N. Heyer, Francon's partner, and had seen him come to the office twice in three weeks, but had been unable to learn what service Heyer rendered to the firm.1.4 — Part 1 Chapter 4 (15% in)
- Important, not in the amount of money you might make, not in the degree of artistic skill you might exhibit, but in the service you render to your fellow men.2.5 — Part 2 Chapter 5 (51% in)
There are no more uses of "render" in The Fountainhead.
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