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The Da Vinci Code
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  • ...his recognition for dedication to the arts made him an easy man to revere.
  • The Priory has a well-documented history of reverence for the sacred feminine.
  • God’s hand is evident in Nature, and even to this day there exist pagan, Mother Earth-revering religions.
  • Then he knelt at the base of the structure, not out of reverence, but out of necessity.
  • Despite the orgiastic rituals once held at the Arc du Carrousel, art aficionados revered this place for another reason entirely.
  • Even so, many art historians suspected Da Vinci’s reverence for the Mona Lisa had nothing to do with its artistic mastery.
  • Langdon wondered if any of Harvard’s revered Egyptologists had ever knocked on the front door of a pyramid and expected an answer.
  • Everyone in the circle rocked back and forth and chanted in reverence to something on the floor before them… something Sophie could not see.
  • For this reason, the Jews in France considered Magdalene sacred royalty and revered her as the progenitor of the royal line of kings.
  • The individual who does so will be revered by many and despised by many.
  • In those trunks are reputed to be the Purist Documents—thousands of pages of unaltered, preConstantine documents, written by the early followers of Jesus, revering Him as a wholly human teacher and prophet.
  • They were revering something in the center of the circle.
  • With a sudden upwelling of reverence, Robert Langdon fell to his knees.
  • Intercourse was the revered union of the two halves of the human spirit—male and female—through which the male could find spiritual wholeness and communion with God.
  • He and the revered curator Jacques Saunière had been slated to meet for drinks after Langdon’s lecture tonight, but Saunière had never shown up.
  • Knights who claimed to be "searching for the chalice" were speaking in code as a way to protect themselves from a Church that had subjugated women, banished the Goddess, burned nonbelievers, and forbidden the pagan reverence for the sacred feminine."

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  • Many fans revere Michael Jordan as one of the greatest basketball players of all time.
  • Richard Nixon did much to erode reverence for the presidency.

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