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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Langdon stood beside the sinks, staring in bewilderment at DCPJ cryptographer Sophie Neveu.
  • Bewildered, Langdon punched in the extension on the slip of paper: 454.
  • Collet watched the screen in bewilderment as the blinking dot arrived at the window ledge and then did something utterly unexpected.
  • Bewildered, Langdon reached his hand into his tweed jacket’s left pocket—one he never used.
  • When she saw his alabaster-white flesh, she was overcome with a horrified bewilderment.
  • Bewildered, Langdon looked at the image.
  • The taxi driver nodded and then, to Langdon’s bewilderment, sped off without them.
  • Bewildered, Langdon fumbled in his pocket until he found the tiny metallic disk.
  • Unfortunately, from the bewildered look in Langdon’s eyes, Sophie sensed the American had no more idea than she did why her grandfather had thrown them together.
  • "Sub… rosa," he choked, a fearful bewilderment sweeping across his face.
  • Inside the study, Langdon could sense their host’s bewilderment.
  • Sophie had rolled down her window and now aimed the gun outside at the bewildered cabbie.
  • A few miles away, on the riverbank beyond Les Invalides, the bewildered driver of a twin-bed Trailor truck stood at gunpoint and watched as the captain of the Judicial Police let out a guttural roar of rage and heaved a bar of soap out into the turgid waters of the Seine.
  • Aringarosa had staggered from that meeting in bewilderment and panic.
  • The docent recoiled, a look of bewilderment in his olive-green eyes.
  • He sounded more bewildered than concerned.
  • Bewildered, Teabing looked back at the keystone and saw it.
  • When the altar boy stepped aside to let the three people pass, he could have sworn Mr. and Mrs. Wren looked just as bewildered by all of this as he was.
  • Edwards was bewildered.
  • If he did not present the answer in the proper historical background, Sophie would be left with a vacant air of bewilderment—the exact expression Langdon had seen on his own editor’s face a few months ago after Langdon handed him a draft of the manuscript he was working on.
  • Now, eyeing the bewildered Langdon and Neveu, Teabing resisted the urge to reveal how he had brilliantly implicated Opus Dei in the plot that would soon bring about the demise of the entire Church.

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  • Some of their customs can bewilder travelers.
  • I am trying to understand her, but am bewildered.

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