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used in Turtles All the Way Down

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at the same time
  • "You don't have to," Mom and I said simultaneously.
    p. 274.9
  • I could feel the burning in my middle finger from the hand sanitizer I'd applied just before leaving, and so I was pressing the Band-Aid into my middle finger, simultaneously worsening and relieving the pain.
    p. 69.4
  • I felt like I was getting ripped apart from the inside, the supernova of my selves simultaneously exploding and collapsing.
    p. 220.0
  • I focus only on the mystery, and embrace the belief that solving it is the ultimate Good, that declarative sentences are inherently better than interrogative ones, and in finding the answer despite my madness, I simultaneously find a way to live with the madness.
    p. 232.6

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