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- This was what his small army of infirm old men understood; he gave a purpose to the ends of their lives.Chapter 10 (93% in)
- The currents were clashing against one another, pounding the manmade tube into a kind of submission, warning the microscopic pretenders that they were no match for the vast infirmities of nature.Chapter 4 (5% in)
There are no more uses of "infirm" in The Bourne Identity.
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