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  • As she spoke, her accented English resonated off the tile walls, giving her voice a hollow quality.
  • Echoes of the tragedy still resonated in modern culture; to this day, Friday the thirteenth was considered unlucky.
  • He heard the rhythms of iambic pentameter and chanting, Hieros Gamos and sacred rites, resonating with the rumble of the jet.
  • 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.
  • "It’s over here," Langdon’s deep voice resonated from across the room.

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  • The sound resonates well in this theater.
  • His story resonated with me because I once had a similar experience.

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