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The Da Vinci Code
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  • It’s all too cryptic.
  • She apparently believed the curator had left her a cryptic postscript telling her to find Langdon.
  • Despite not understanding the meaning of his message, Sophie was certain its cryptic nature was additional proof that the words were intended for her.
  • Things had definitely gotten worse since he first laid eyes on the cryptic words.
  • The verse was cryptic, but Langdon needed to read only as far as the first line to realize that Teabing’s plan to come to Britain was going to pay off.
  • Grail seekers, familiar with the Priory’s history of cryptic double-talk, had concluded la clef de voûte was a literal keystone—an architectural wedge—an engraved, encrypted stone, inserted into a vaulted archway in a church.
  • Fache, after finding Saunière’s cryptic text on the floor, had uploaded photographs of the entire crime scene to the Cryptography Department in hopes someone there could tell him what the hell Saunière was trying to say.

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  • I didn’t understand her cryptic reply.
  • She left me a cryptic note. I’m trying to figure out what she meant by it.

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