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impeccable
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Usually impeccably illuminated, the Louvre galleries were startlingly dark tonight.
  • Impeccably dressed in a silk suit, Vernet sprayed some breath spray in his mouth and tightened his tie as he walked.
  • Despite being beautifully preserved and written in an impeccably neat penmanship—crimson ink on cream paper—the codex looked like gibberish.
  • Langdon knew Saunière spoke impeccable English, and yet the reason he had chosen English as the language in which to write his final words escaped Langdon.

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  • She speaks impeccable French.
  • The shoes shone their brightest; the bow tie, sash, and shirt were impeccable.
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