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This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading.

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(adjective) favorable to or promoting health or well-being

213

a way to constitute themselves more salubriously

Matthew Sharpe

—p.213 Mary Gaitskill and Matthew Sharpe (207) by BOMB Magazine
uncertain
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a way to constitute themselves more salubriously

Matthew Sharpe

—p.213 Mary Gaitskill and Matthew Sharpe (207) by BOMB Magazine
uncertain
10 months, 2 weeks ago

(geographical name) mountain 8061 feet (2457 m) cen Greece N of Gulf of Corinth

276

There is no Parnassus to me higher than this

thought it meant goal or something

—p.276 Wayne Koestenbaum and Kenneth Goldsmith (263) by BOMB Magazine
strange
10 months, 2 weeks ago

There is no Parnassus to me higher than this

thought it meant goal or something

—p.276 Wayne Koestenbaum and Kenneth Goldsmith (263) by BOMB Magazine
strange
10 months, 2 weeks ago

(adj, theology) (of knowledge of God) obtained through negating concepts that might be applied to him

298

rethink ontology through an existence awareness and demonstration of lexical instability (cue apophatic poetics)

i know what all the words mean, and yet...

—p.298 Ben Lerner and Adam Fitzgerald (295) by BOMB Magazine
strange
10 months, 2 weeks ago

rethink ontology through an existence awareness and demonstration of lexical instability (cue apophatic poetics)

i know what all the words mean, and yet...

—p.298 Ben Lerner and Adam Fitzgerald (295) by BOMB Magazine
strange
10 months, 2 weeks ago

when a word or phrase has multiple meanings (from Greek)

299

experiences his incompetence as ambiguity or polysemy in Spanish

—p.299 Ben Lerner and Adam Fitzgerald (295) by Ben Lerner
notable
10 months, 2 weeks ago

experiences his incompetence as ambiguity or polysemy in Spanish

—p.299 Ben Lerner and Adam Fitzgerald (295) by Ben Lerner
notable
10 months, 2 weeks ago

(noun) slash

299

the virgule we use to represent a line break in prose is the same glyph we use to indicate alternatives, the "either / or."

—p.299 Ben Lerner and Adam Fitzgerald (295) by Ben Lerner
confirm
10 months, 2 weeks ago

the virgule we use to represent a line break in prose is the same glyph we use to indicate alternatives, the "either / or."

—p.299 Ben Lerner and Adam Fitzgerald (295) by Ben Lerner
confirm
10 months, 2 weeks ago

(adjective) complacently or inanely foolish; silly

313

lots of the things that exist in big cities are equally fatuous

—p.313 Sam Lipsyte and Christopher Sorrentino (305) by BOMB Magazine
notable
10 months, 2 weeks ago

lots of the things that exist in big cities are equally fatuous

—p.313 Sam Lipsyte and Christopher Sorrentino (305) by BOMB Magazine
notable
10 months, 2 weeks ago

(noun) a strengthening crossbar, in particular one set above a window or door

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