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used in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

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summon into action or bring into existence — often as if by magic
  • After conjuring up this vision of a Qualityless world, he was soon attracted to its resemblance to a number of social situations he had already read about.
    Part 3 (22% in)
  • He squinted at this vision of a Qualityless world for a while, conjured up more details, thought about it, and then squinted some more and thought some more and then finally circled back to where he was before.
    Part 3 (22% in)
  • — That conjures up a glimpse of the ruins of an ancient Mogul palace near the desert where out of the corner of his eye he saw a wild rosebush — .
    Part 3 (81% in)
  • It's just that the personality that it responds to is your real personality, the one that genuinely feels and reasons and acts, rather than any false, blown-up personality images your ego may conjure up.
    Part 3 (91% in)
  • It's so hard sometimes to conjure all this up, a strange sort of exhaustion follows.
    Part 4 (28% in)

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