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- He thinks about adding a toothbrush, but he has an aversion to sticking a dead person's toothbrush into his mouth, so he takes only the toothpaste.p. 230.3
- He could have put a bug in their room, taken in the whole show, but he had a strong aversion to that.p. 65.8
- He shared a dorm suite — one cramped room either side, silverfish-ridden bathroom in the middle — with a fundamentalist vegan called Bernice, who had stringy hair held back with a wooden clip in the shape of a toucan and wore a succession of God's Gardeners T-shirts, which due to her aversion to chemical compounds such as underarm deodorants — stank even when freshly laundered.p. 189.1
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