- It was not that I lacked the desire, the necessary heat: There was something almost nuclear about the lust.Chapter 1.6 (32% in)
- It was not the type of body I admired—the long fluid muscles of swimmers hold more esthetic appeal for me—but it had a magnetic, almost nuclear, tension.Chapter 1.4 (48% in)
- In military science class, we followed battles, skirmishes, and troop movements; we planned imaginary landings of assault troops near Haiphong, envelopments of Hanoi, the mining of rivers, and the limited use of nuclear warheads.Chapter 1.10 (31% in)
There are no more uses of "nucleus" in The Lords of Discipline.
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