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used in The Lords of Discipline

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not separable — i.e., not capable of being taken, given, or otherwise transferred away
  • ...and Traddstanding with their arms raised in gestures of support for me, caught the eyes of Commerce and Abigail, saluted the General, saw the Bear and Edward the Great, noticed Pearce sitting in a crowd of plebes, heard Cain Gilbreath call my name in the first row of the stands, waved to the boys in R Company, and felt inalienable gratitude to this sport—this sport that had allowed me to become the showman, permitted the shy boy to strut and mug and preen for the approval of the crowd.
    Chapter 3.30 (47% in)

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