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The Da Vinci Code
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  • I think you’ll find this relevant to our discussion.
  • However… the far more relevant question is this: What is the Holy Grail?
  • The oddity seemed to have no relevance to the missing orb.
  • The Temple Church was the perfect location to steal the keystone from Robert and Sophie, and its apparent relevance to the poem made it a plausible decoy.
  • Langdon’s years in the classroom had not imbued him with any skills relevant to handling confrontations at gunpoint, but the classroom had taught him something about answering paradoxical questions.
  • Each term was indeed the sum of the two previous, and yet Fache could not imagine what the relevance of all this was to Saunière’s death.

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  • It is easier to learn things that seem relevant to your life.
  • Shannon tells an interesting story, but it’s not relevant to the decision we have to make.

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