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used in The Tipping Point

5 uses
  • To Rowe and Harris, the process by which teens get infected with the smoking habit is entirely bound up in the peer group.
    Chapter 7 (72% in)
  • Or are we all bound up together in a grand, interlocking web?
    Chapter 2 (7% in)
  • Character is more like a bundle of habits and tendencies and interests, loosely bound together and dependent, at certain times, on circumstance and context.
    Chapter 4 (84% in)
  • The only man to help was a Samaritan — the member of a despised minority — who "went up to him and bound up his wounds" and took him to an inn.
    Chapter 4 (86% in)
  • But for reasons no one quite understands, it then began to rise, steeply and dramatically, by leaps and bounds every year, until by the end of the 1980s there were more suicides per capita in Micronesia than anywhere else in the world.
    Chapter 7 (3% in)

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