The black Audi outside had been rented in a false name with false credit card numbers, and the prints in the car matched nothing in the Interpol database.
Langdon’s plan was less certain—to take the tube to nearby King’s College, which was renowned for its electronic theological database.
He wondered what the database would have to say about "a knight a Pope interred."
Not offhand, but let’s see what we can pull up in the database.
This computer, by calculating the current number of hits and multiplying by the percentage of the database left to search, provided a rough guess of how much information would be found.
There are no more uses of "database" in the book.
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I made up names of databases, I put in quotes from students who didn’t exist (Paige Turner and Art T. Ficial), and devoted a paragraph—deep in the story—to the "special shelves" where all the banned and challenged books were held.
Laurie Halse Anderson -- The Impossible Knife of Memory