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used in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

6 uses
  • Phaedrus' rages aren't, and it becomes part of my obligation to dwell on these.
    Part 4 (37% in)
  • There's kind of a glaring inconsistency here, that's almost too obvious to dwell on.
    Part 1 (48% in)
  • And instead of just dwelling on what is killed it's important also to see what's created and to see the process as a kind of death-birth continuity that is neither good nor bad, but just is.
    Part 1 (88% in)
  • To describe his physical appearance or the statistics of his life would be to dwell on misleading superficialities.
    Part 1 (89% in)
  • I'm no more comfortable than they are in this heat but there's no point in dwelling on it.
    Part 1 (92% in)
  • It begins: In the temple of science are many mansions — and various indeed are they that dwell therein and the motives that have led them there.
    Part 2 (18% in)

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