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- Langdon had once walked the Louvre’s entire
__perimeter__, an astonishing three-mile journey. - The dot moved outside the
__perimeter__of the building. - The signal seemed to shudder for a moment, and then the blinking dot came to an abrupt stop about ten yards outside the
__perimeter__of the building. - Now that the guards are leaving the
__perimeter__, we can get out of here. - I can’t get my men back to the
__perimeter__for a few minutes, and I don’t want Langdon breaking for an exit. - Well, nobody on the
__perimeter__saw her leave either. - Hedging his bets, he ordered half of his men back to the Louvre
__perimeter__. - For an instant, Sophie seemed to consider taking the shortcut across the rotary by plowing straight ahead, through the median’s
__perimeter__hedge, and bisecting the large circle of grass in the center. - Collet was already radioing the agents outside, pulling them off the Louvre
__perimeter__and sending them to their patrol cars in pursuit, all the while broadcasting the truck’s changing location like some kind of bizarre play-by-play. - Westminster Abbey was a tangled warren of mausoleums,
__perimeter__chambers, and walk-in burial niches. - Entering the narrow, low-hanging walkways that bordered the courtyard
__perimeter__, Langdon felt the familiar uneasiness he always felt in enclosed spaces. - His eye traced the curvature of the chamber’s pale stone
__perimeter__, taking in the carvings of gargoyles, demons, monsters, and pained human faces, all staring inward. - Turning, he felt his feet again tracing the invisible path of the ancient Rose Line, carrying him across the courtyard to the Carrousel du Louvre—the enormous circle of grass surrounded by a
__perimeter__of neatly trimmed hedges—once the site of Paris’s primeval nature-worshipping festivals… joyous rites to celebrate fertility and the Goddess. - Don’t go beyond the
__perimeter__of the campgrounds. - What is the
__perimeter__of the triangle?.
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