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matrix -- as in: arranged in a matrix
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • A laser-tooled varying matrix.
  • The cruciform on top implied the key belonged to some kind of Christian organization, and yet Sophie knew of no churches that used laser-tooled varying matrix keys.
  • Sh-Sh-K, when placed in the substitution matrix, became B-B-L.
  • Now we simply apply your Atbash substitution matrix to translate the letters into our five-letter password.
  • He looked at Sophie’s substitution matrix and slowly began to make the conversion.
  • Looking at Sophie’s substitution matrix, Langdon felt a rising thrill that he imagined must have rivaled the thrill felt by early scholars when they first used the Atbash Cipher to decrypt the now famous Mystery of Sheshach.

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  • a matrix of connective tissue
  • Grace probably assumed we were barricaded in a room upstairs and would Matrix-hop her way up a wall to the busted-out window on the other side of the building.
    Rick Yancey  --  The Infinite Sea

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