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The Da Vinci Code
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  • 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.

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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
  • The National Unwind Database.
    Neal Shusterman  --  Unwind

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