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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Essentially, the manuscript is about the iconography of goddess worship—the concept of female sanctity and the art and symbols associated with it.
  • Women, once celebrated as an essential half of spiritual enlightenment, had been banished from the temples of the world.
  • If Langdon were to have any chance of helping Leigh, or of ever seeing the keystone again, it was essential that he find the tomb first.
  • Langdon gave a noncommittal shrug, although Sophie was essentially correct.
  • Saunière had apparently lay down and swung the pen around himself in several long arcs, essentially inscribing himself inside a circle.

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  • The essential feature of the pen is that it writes so consistently.
  • I carry all the essential tools and materials I need in this toolbox.

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