Although his female colleagues insisted the gray only accentuated his bookish appeal, Langdon knew better.
Only a few of his colleagues knew he was in Paris.
Langdon’s jail seminar was part of a Harvard outreach program attempting to bring education into the prison system—Culture for Convicts, as Langdon’s colleagues liked to call it.
Last month, much to Langdon’s embarrassment, Boston Magazine had listed him as one of that city’s top ten most intriguing people—a dubious honor that made him the brunt of endless ribbing by his Harvard colleagues.
We’re colleagues, he doesn’t need money, and I happen to know he despises the French authorities.
Sir Isaac Newton’s burial, attended by kings and nobles, was presided over by Alexander Pope, friend and colleague, who gave a stirring eulogy before sprinkling dirt on the tomb.
A literal tourist trap, one of Langdon’s befuddled colleagues had called it.
Symbology heaven, one of Langdon’s colleagues had called it.
… honorable knight, Sir Isaac Newton… … in London in 1727 and… … his tomb in Westminster Abbey… … Alexander Pope, friend and colleague… "I guess ’modern’ is a relative term," Sophie called to Gettum.
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The surgeon consulted his colleagues.
I’m not the smartest fellow in the world, but I can sure pick smart colleagues.