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environment
used in The Lords of Discipline

9 uses
  • Commerce had enjoyed the rituals of military drill and had flourished in the environment of an austere and congenial discipline.
    Chapter 4.45 (70% in)
  • It was difficult to relate to that environment without freshmen loping along the galleries with their zombie-like gaits and their chins tucked into fierce braces.
    Chapter 1.8 (3% in)
  • The Institute is a special environment that requires involvement.
    Chapter 1.9 (85% in)
  • Liberalism—and I use that term imprecisely and in the abstract, meaning only what I thought at a particular time in reaction against my environment—gave me the opportunity to sharpen my rather charming, naïve political and social views.
    Chapter 1.11 (5% in)
  • Screaming had become a natural part of our environment.
    Chapter 2.16 (60% in)
  • I had to test myself in the military environment before I could strike out independently.
    Chapter 2.17 (11% in)
  • It's the natural language for this environment.
    Chapter 3.22 (39% in)
  • On Sundays, Charleston, without the dissonance of commerce or traffic, had the serene regularity of a city so magical in its harmony, so purified of stridency or disorder, so certain of its virtues, that it seemed a city separated from its century by an incorruptible cleanliness of spirit and image, a perfect environment for recreation and quiet pleasure.
    Chapter 3.25 (5% in)
  • But he calmed himself as he sat there and I watched as the disciplined old veteran returned slowly, reviving himself as he mastered his environment again, as he realized once more who he was and who I was, the vast division of age and experience that separated us, as we faced each other in the nakedness of truth at last, without stratagems or mysteries or any more cards to play, in the hot afternoon sun of that sweltering Charleston day in 1967.
    Chapter 4.47 (78% in)

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