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The Da Vinci Code
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  • To Langdon’s amazement, a rudimentary circle glowed around the curator’s body.
  • A rudimentary phallus.
  • The right side of the barn was a rudimentary workshop—lawn-mowers, automotive tools, gardening supplies.
  • He was holding a photocopy of an ancient schematic diagram, which depicted a rudimentary machine.
  • Sophie’s university instructors, while presenting computer encryption methods for securing data, praised modern cryptologists like Zimmerman and Schneier but failed to mention that it was Leonardo who had invented one of the first rudimentary forms of public key encryption centuries ago.

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  • NEWLY ZEN thanks to Yoga Janet, well fed by Pop, and now proficient in concrete-mixing as well as rudimentary electrical work, I felt as if I were making the most of this prison thing.
    Piper Kerman  --  Orange Is the New Black
  • Ootek had been taught a few words of English by Mike, and his perceptivity was so excellent that we were soon able to establish rudimentary communications.
    Farley Mowat  --  Never Cry Wolf

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