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used in Catch-22

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  • The chaplain colored and turned away evasively.
    Chapter 25 — The Chaplain (44% in)
  • Havermeyer was a lead bombardier who never took evasive action going in to the target and thereby increased the danger of all the men who flew in the same formation with him.
    Chapter 3 — Havermeyer (75% in)
  • 'Havermeyer, why the hell don't you ever take evasive action?' they would demand in a rage after the mission.
    Chapter 3 — Havermeyer (75% in)
  • Yossarian did have brains enough and was, and the only thing that stopped him from abandoning his post under fire and scurrying back through the crawlway like a yellow-bellied rat was his unwillingness to entrust the evasive action out of the target area to anybody else.
    Chapter 5 — Chief White Halfoat (91% in)
  • Yossarian was the best man in the group at evasive action, but had no idea why.
    Chapter 5 — Chief White Halfoat (92% in)
  • There was no established procedure for evasive action.
    Chapter 5 — Chief White Halfoat (93% in)
  • He came in on the target like a Havermeyer, confidently taking no evasive action at all, and suddenly they were shooting the living shit out of him!
    Chapter 15 — Piltchard & Wren (11% in)
  • Aarfy was like an eerie ogre in a dream, incapable of being bruised or evaded, and Yossarian dreaded him for a complex of reasons he was too petrified to untangle.
    Chapter 15 — Piltchard & Wren (67% in)
  • Colonel Korn was the lawyer, and if Colonel Korn assured him that fraud, extortion, currency manipulation, embezzlement, income tax evasion and black-market speculations were legal, Colonel Cathcart was in no position to disagree with him.
    Chapter 21 — General Dreedle (14% in)
  • Even Havermeyer resorted to the wildest evasive action he could command when he saw what a vast distance he had still to travel to escape, and Dobbs, at the pilot's controls in his formation, zigged when he should have zagged, skidding his plane into the plane alongside, and chewed off its tail.
    Chapter 35 — Milo the Militant (95% in)

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