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The Da Vinci Code
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  • In that fleeting instant, Sophie saw images from the dream that had awoken her countless times when she was a little girl: My family is alive!
  • For a fleeting instant, she wondered if this mysterious visitor could be the enemy they had warned her about, and if tonight she would have to carry out the orders she had been holding all these years.
  • No doubt Langdon had a solid familiarity with the standard ancients—Greek, Latin, the Romances—but from the fleeting glance Teabing had of this language, he thought it looked more specialized, possibly a Rashi script or a STA’M with crowns.
  • The falter in Langdon’s eyes was fleeting but Leigh caught it.
  • The mug of potent Brazilian coffee in his hand had granted him a hazy reprieve from his mounting exhaustion, and yet he sensed the reprieve would be fleeting.
  • Shuddering in disbelief over Langdon’s actions, Teabing tried to force the cylinder apart, longing to catch a fleeting glimpse of history before it dissolved forever.

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  • Her moments of happiness were few and fleeting.
  • Youth is fleeting.

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