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bizarre -- as in: is bizarre
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • As Langdon stared at the bizarre image, his initial revulsion and shock gave way to a sudden upwelling of anger.
  • His heart pounded as he took in the bizarre sight now glowing before him on the parquet floor.
  • Equally as bizarre was the series of numbers.
  • Langdon opened his mouth to explain the bizarre error, but Sophie flashed him a silencing glare that lasted only an instant.
  • The entire evening had felt like a bizarre dream.
  • The bizarre scene Da Vinci had painted included an awkwardly posed Virgin Mary sitting with Baby Jesus, John the Baptist, and the Angel Uriel on a perilous outcropping of rocks.
  • He wondered if Fache had any idea that this pyramid, at President Mitterrand’s explicit demand, had been constructed of exactly 666 panes of glass—a bizarre request that had always been a hot topic among conspiracy buffs who claimed 666 was the number of Satan.
  • Collet was already radioing the agents outside, pulling them off the Louvre perimeter and sending them to their patrol cars in pursuit, all the while broadcasting the truck’s changing location like some kind of bizarre play-by-play.
  • In the bizarre underworld of modern Grail seekers, Leonardo da Vinci remained the quest’s great enigma.
  • In his arms, he still clutched the bizarre treasure they had extricated from the bank.
  • He prayed this was some kind of bizarre coincidence, but he knew it could not be.
  • "Venturing into the more bizarre," Teabing said, "note that Jesus and His bride appear to be joined at the hip and are leaning away from one another as if to create this clearly delineated negative space between them."
  • Collet pondered the implications of this bizarre development.
  • Among Rosslyn’s numerous mysteries was a vaulted archway from which hundreds of stone blocks protruded, jutting down to form a bizarre multifaceted surface.
  • This bizarre communiqué obviously did not fit Langdon’s scenario of goddess worship at all.

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  • The paparazzi love her bizarre outfits and behavior.
  • She won one of those bizarre contests designed by Guinness Book of World Records.

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