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  • Following the brass line closer to the obelisk, he knocked on each tile adjacent to the brass line.
  • The cab driver said it’s adjacent to the Roland Garros tennis stadium.
  • As Langdon loaded his slide projector, he explained that the number PHI was derived from the Fibonacci sequence—a progression famous not only because the sum of adjacent terms equaled the next term, but because the quotients of adjacent terms possessed the astonishing property of approaching the number 1.618—PHI!
  • As Langdon loaded his slide projector, he explained that the number PHI was derived from the Fibonacci sequence—a progression famous not only because the sum of adjacent terms equaled the next term, but because the quotients of adjacent terms possessed the astonishing property of approaching the number 1.618—PHI!
  • It is adjacent to Parliament and Big Ben.
  • King’s College, established by King George IV in 1829, houses its Department of Theology and Religious Studies adjacent to Parliament on property granted by the Crown.

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  • We stayed in adjacent hotel rooms.
  • The kitchen has an island that is adjacent to the family room.

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