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coincidence
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Their agreement was too great for coincidence.
  • A fortunate coincidence.
  • Langdon was feeling anything but fortunate, and coincidence was a concept he did not entirely trust.
  • Collet could barely conceive of the unfortunate coincidence that called in a young woman to decipher a code written by a dead family member.
  • That can’t be coincidence.
  • It’s far too coincidental that this supposedly random account number could be rearranged to form the Fibonacci sequence.
  • The coincidental number hit him harder than the fact that he was the prime suspect.
  • It seemed too unlikely to be a coincidence.
  • The Little Mermaid was a spellbinding tapestry of spiritual symbols so specifically goddess-related that they could not be coincidence.
  • Of course, the Little Mermaid’s flowing red hair was certainly no coincidence either.
  • He prayed this was some kind of bizarre coincidence, but he knew it could not be.
  • A cruel coincidence, my friend.
  • Coincidence has nothing to do with it, Langdon knew.
  • Langdon knew it was no coincidence that the word minstrel and minister shared an etymological root.
  • No coincidence there.
  • Although Langdon could not imagine the Judicial Police tangled up in the Holy Grail, he sensed too much coincidence tonight to disregard Fache as a possible accomplice.
  • "PHI’s ubiquity in nature," Langdon said, killing the lights, "clearly exceeds coincidence, and so the ancients assumed the number PHI must have been preordained by the Creator of the universe.
  • Glaring in the center of the painting was the unquestionable outline of an enormous, flawlessly formed letter M. "A bit too perfect for coincidence, wouldn’t you say?
  • Obviously there can be no coincidence that all of the numbers Saunière wrote on the floor belong to Fibonacci’s famous sequence.
  • Fine, if there is no coincidence, would you tell me why Jacques Saunière chose to do this.
  • It was no coincidence that Teabing launched his plan into action on the same night Langdon was scheduled to meet Jacques Saunière.
  • The odds…" Rémy smiled, seeming to have no trouble with the apparent coincidence of Langdon’s chosen refuge.

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  • It was a pure coincidence that both got sick the same weekend.
  • It was a fortunate coincidence that we ran into each other at Starbucks.

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