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  • She had been pondering the words all night and had not seen a code.
  • Before Collet could ponder it any further, the silence of the deserted museum was shattered by an alarm.
  • From the access road, Gandolfo resembled a great stone monster pondering a suicidal leap.
  • Silas gazed blankly at the floor and pondered taking his own life.
  • Vernet’s face was grim, and he paused, pondering.
  • Collet pondered the implications of this bizarre development.
  • Before Langdon could even ponder what ancient password the verse was trying to reveal, he felt something far more fundamental resonate within him—the meter of the poem.
  • I’m opposed to the destruction of documents, and I would love to see religious scholars have more information to ponder the exceptional life of Jesus Christ.
  • Nonetheless, she felt intrigued and found herself pondering the verse carefully.
  • A word of five letters, Langdon thought, pondering the staggering number of ancient words that might be considered words of wisdom—selections from mystic chants, astrological prophecies, secret society inductions, Wicca incantations, Egyptian magic spells, pagan mantras—the list was endless.
  • The Teacher pondered Saunière’s beguiling riddle.
  • Let me ponder this while I get us some nibblies and check on Rémy and our guest.
  • Fache set it back in the box and gazed absently out the jet’s window at the hangar, pondering his brief conversation with Sophie, as well as the information he’d received from PTS in Château Villette.

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