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used in Catch-22

5 uses
  • The chaplain had mastered, in a moment of divine intuition, the handy technique of protective rationalization, and he was exhilarated by his discovery.
    Chapter 34 — Thanksgiving (50% in)
  • We were human divining rods.
    Chapter 5 — Chief White Halfoat (35% in)
  • Good God, how much reverence can you have for a Supreme Being who finds it necessary to include such phenomena as phlegm and tooth decay in His divine system of creation?
    Chapter 18 — The Soldier Who Saw Everything Twice (33% in)
  • There was no mistaking the awesome implications of the chaplain's revelation: it was either an insight of divine origin or a hallucination; he was either blessed or losing his mind.
    Chapter 25 — The Chaplain (9% in)
  • Nurse Duckett shrieked and jumped into the air a mile, but it wasn't high enough, and she squirmed and vaulted and seesawed back and forth on her divine fulcrum for almost a full fifteen seconds before she wiggled free finally and retreated frantically into the aisle with an ashen, trembling face.
    Chapter 27 — Nurse Duckett (3% in)

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