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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Now, however, her skepticism had been deeply challenged.
  • Fache looked skeptical.
  • Langdon could see the skepticism on Sophie’s face and certainly understood.
  • Sophie looked skeptical.
  • The agent’s head tilted to one side, his skepticism evident.
  • Langdon eyed the device again, still looking skeptical.
  • Collet had been blessed with a chance to redeem his skepticism and earlier blunders.
  • Teabing looked skeptical.
  • Sophie was skeptical.
  • Sophie looked skeptical.
  • He sat before cameras in Teabing’s opulent drawing room and shared his story, admitting his initial skepticism on hearing of the alternate Holy Grail story, then describing how years of research had persuaded him that the story was true.
  • The altar boy’s expression turned even more skeptical.
  • Sophie looked skeptical.
  • Sophie looked skeptical.
  • Teabing was skeptical.
  • She looked skeptical.

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  • I am skeptical about her plan.
  • She is skeptical any time someone says it is important she pay them a lot for a car repair.

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