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- John Milton was supple and concise.Chapter 9 — Major Major Major Major (73% in)
- He had no taste for sham, tact or pretension, and his credo as a professional soldier was unified and concise: he believed that the young men who took orders from him should be willing to give up their lives for the ideals, aspirations and idiosyncrasies of the old men he took orders from.Chapter 21 — General Dreedle (53% in)
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