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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Tonight, however, this place held a strange aura of foreboding.
  • Fache’s presence was anything but welcoming, and the Louvre itself had an almost sepulchral aura at this hour.
  • Although it no longer spoke to him, he felt a comforting aura in its presence.
  • Sophie had been remarkably poised all evening, but now, for the first time, Langdon saw the aura of composure beginning to crack.
  • Outside, the dawn was coming fast, its crimson aura gathering off the starboard.
  • Today, the rain and darkness gave this massive hollow a wraithlike aura… more like that of the crypt it truly was.
  • Night was falling now, and the house exuded a warm and inviting aura.
  • Moreover, the artist’s eerie eccentricities projected an admittedly demonic aura: Da Vinci exhumed corpses to study human anatomy; he kept mysterious journals in illegible reverse handwriting; he believed he possessed the alchemic power to turn lead into gold and even cheat God by creating an elixir to postpone death; and his inventions included horrific, never-before-imagined weapons of war and torture.
  • The bloody star, centered on Saunière’s navel, gave his corpse a distinctly ghoulish aura.

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  • The place has an aura of romance.
  • She exudes an aura of ability and command.

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