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used in The Mark of Athena

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cause to become untroubled by something unpleasant due to prior exposure to it
  • He was handsome in a rugged but not-at-all-caveman way. lie did in fact have a club, which lay in the sand next to him, but it was inure like an oversized baseball bat—a five-foot-long polished cylinder of mahogany with a leather handgrip studded in bronze.
    p. 325.4

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