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used in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

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real (as when a person is sincere or an object is not a replica or fake)
  • But no one was listening at that time and they only thought him eccentric at first, then undesirable, then slightly mad, and then genuinely insane.
    Part 1 (77% in)
  • The reason you teach and you teach and you teach is that this is a very clever way of running a college on the cheap while giving a false appearance of genuine education.
    Part 2 (57% in)
  • We just accidentally stumbled over a genuine question, and the shock is hard to recover from.
    Part 3 (13% in)
  • The truth was, he said, that he genuinely did want to know what they thought, not so that he could put a grade on it, but because he really wanted to know.
    Part 3 (13% 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)

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