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used in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

3 uses
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to exclude or neglect something
  • To omit him now would be to run from something that should not be run from.
    Part 1 (71% in)
  • And the schoolbook pictures of primitive man sometimes omit some of the detractions of his primitive life...the pain, the disease, famine, the hard labor needed just to stay alive.
    Part 2 (36% in)
  • I have one tiny fragment of Phaedrus standing in the stone corridor of a building, evidently within the University of Chicago, addressing the assistant chairman of the committee, like a detective at the end of a movie, saying: "In your description of the committee, you have omitted one important name."
    Part 4 (13% in)

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