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accompany
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Still lifes, religious scenes, and landscapes accompanied portraits of nobility and politicians.
  • Shall I accompany you?
  • It was accompanied by the fear of being caught.
  • Walking beside her, Langdon was already feeling the tingle of anticipation that accompanied his face-to-face reunions with great works of art.
  • Again a dull thud, but this time accompanied by a crack.
  • Collet radioed the five cars accompanying him.
  • The documents that accompany the Holy Grail are explosive, and the Church has wanted to destroy them for years.
  • She was leaving the country, without documentation, accompanying a wanted man, and transporting a bound hostage.
  • Most modern Semitic alphabets have no vowels and use nekkudot—tiny dots and dashes written either below or within the consonants—to indicate what vowel sound accompanies them.
  • Accompanying the gravity of being a hunted man, Langdon was starting to feel the ponderous weight of responsibility, the prospect that he and Sophie might actually be holding an encrypted set of directions to one of the most enduring mysteries of all time.
  • The green-eyed woman accompanying him also seemed anxious.
  • Physiologically speaking, the male climax was accompanied by a split second entirely devoid of thought.
  • Rather than accompanying Fache to London where the action was, he was now baby-sitting the PTS team that had spread out through Château Villette.

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  • The nurse accompanied the old woman everywhere.
  • The exact numbers are shown in the accompanying table.

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