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  • Langdon was having trouble buying Teabing’s premise that the Church would blatantly murder people to obtain these documents.
  • The most blatant M, of course, is emblazoned on the altar at Our Lady of Paris in London, which was designed by a former Grand Master of the Priory of Sion, Jean Cocteau.
  • Vernet had remembered the name Lieutenant Collet—the officer he blatantly lied to earlier tonight.
  • When Langdon had first seen The Little Mermaid, he had actually gasped aloud when he noticed that the painting in Ariel’s underwater home was none other than seventeenth-century artist Georges de la Tour’s The Penitent Magdalene—a famous homage to the banished Mary Magdalene—fitting decor considering the movie turned out to be a ninety-minute collage of blatant symbolic references to the lost sanctity of Isis, Eve, Pisces the fish goddess, and, repeatedly, Mary Magdalene.

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  • I realize what he’s done and that the flirtation on his end is blatantly obvious.
    Colleen Hoover  --  Slammed
  • At least he’s embarrassed to be caught out with Anna so blatantly.
    Lauren Oliver  --  Before I Fall

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