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The Da Vinci Code
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  • This kind of cross carried none of the Christian connotations of crucifixion associated with the longer-stemmed Latin Cross, originated by Romans as a torture device.

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  • We had to fight the connotations that come with hip-hop, like gangs, shootings and drugs. People don’t see what a vibrant life force there is in hip-hop.
    James Buckley
  • They’re called shells, which is a slightly derogatory connotation on Luna, so . well, bioelectrically challenged doesn’t sound much better, does it?"
    Marissa Meyer  --  Cinder

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