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  • Leonardo included her prominently.
  • Prominent New York editor Jonas Faukman tugged nervously at his goatee.
  • Italian art diagnostician Maurizio Seracini had unveiled the unsettling truth, which the New York Times Magazine carried prominently in a story titled "The Leonardo Cover-Up."
  • Unfortunately, Silas knew, a prominent man like Bishop Aringarosa could not disappear so easily.
  • In addition to my grandfather, three other prominent Parisians were murdered today.
  • "Opus Dei," Langdon whispered, recalling recent media coverage of several prominent Boston businessmen who were members of Opus Dei.
  • Not even the great Bezu Fache would survive the political fallout if he had mistakenly splashed a prominent American’s face all over French television, claiming he was a murderer.
  • Of course the ultimate embarrassment had been the widely publicized trial of FBI spy Robert Hanssen, who, in addition to being a prominent member of Opus Dei, had turned out to be a sexual deviant, his trial uncovering evidence that he had rigged hidden video cameras in his own bedroom so his friends could watch him having sex with his wife.
  • How could anyone possibly manage to bug these prominent people?
  • Feeling bone weary, Aringarosa closed his eyes and listened to the television coverage of the arrest of a prominent British knight, Sir Leigh Teabing.
  • Jacques Saunière was a very prominent and well-loved figure in Paris, and his murder will be news in the morning.

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  • She is a prominent member of our community.
  • The committee has many prominent members, so its findings will be respected.

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