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used in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

12 uses
  • You're bound to discover plenty of them for yourself on almost every job.
    Part 3 (94% in)
  • When you're stuck together like this, I figure small differences in temperament are bound to show up.
    Part 1 (48% in)
  • When trying to recreate a whole pattern by deduction from fragments I am bound to commit errors and put down inconsistencies, for which I must ask some indulgence.
    Part 3 (2% in)
  • Any effort that has self-glorification as its final endpoint is bound to end in disaster.
    Part 3 (17% in)
  • Then, on impulse, Phaedrus went over to his bookshelf and picked out a small, blue, cardboard-bound book.
    Part 3 (46% in)
  • He'd hand-copied this book and bound it himself years before, when he couldn't find a copy for sale anywhere.
    Part 3 (46% in)
  • A person who cares about what he sees and does is a person who's bound to have some characteristics of Quality.
    Part 3 (62% in)
  • But now consider the fact that no matter how hard you try to hang on to it, this stuckness is bound to disappear.
    Part 3 (70% in)
  • It's bound to happen.
    Part 3 (83% in)
  • These false images are deflated so rapidly and completely you're bound to be very discouraged very soon if you've derived your gumption from ego rather than Quality.
    Part 3 (91% in)
  • They had villages and cities, vehicles, houses, marketplaces, bounded fields, agricultural implements and domestic animals, and led a life quite as rich and varied as that in most rural areas of the world today.
    Part 4 (53% in)
  • Unhappiness and misfortune are bound to occur as long as people live, but there is a feeling now, that was not here before, and is not just on the surface of things, but penetrates all the way through: We've won it.
    Part 4 (**% in)

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