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The Da Vinci Code
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  • You need to contact the U.S. Embassy, Mr. Langdon.
  • "The U.S. Embassy?" he demanded, sounding suspicious.
  • And the embassy contacted DCPJ Cryptography?
  • Langdon expected to hear an embassy operator, but he found himself instead listening to an answering machine.
  • The embassy has an automated message system.
  • Bezu Fache despised many things… but few drew more wrath than the U.S. Embassy.
  • And the embassy invariably did just that.
  • If you let Fache take you into custody now, you’ll spend weeks in a French jail while DCPJ and the U.S. Embassy fight over which courts try your case.
  • I need to get Langdon to the U.S. Embassy.
  • Do you know how to get to the embassy?
  • I’ll see you at the embassy, Mr. Langdon.
  • The embassy’s night operator was reading Time magazine’s International Edition when the sound of her phone interrupted.
  • "U.S. Embassy," she answered.
  • The embassy was only about a mile away, and Langdon settled into his seat.
  • I’ll show you once we’re safely inside the embassy.
  • The embassy was less than a mile away now.
  • I take it the embassy is off-limits this evening?
  • I can explain the situation and have the embassy send someone to meet us somewhere.
  • Your embassy has no jurisdiction except on their own property.
  • Call your embassy right now, and they are going to tell you to avoid further damage and turn yourself over to Fache.
  • What had begun as a one-mile dash to the U.S. Embassy had now become a full-fledged evacuation from Paris.
  • If you walk into your embassy and request temporary asylum, that’s one thing, but asking them to take action against French law enforcement in the field?
  • What about the embassy?
  • Let’s call the embassy.
  • Legally, the U.S. Embassy could intervene and extradite guilty citizens back to the United States, where they received nothing more than a slap on the wrist.
  • He shot an anxious glance at Langdon, who stood nearby with the phone pressed to his ear, apparently still listening to his phone message from the U.S. Embassy.
  • Recently the Board of Ministers and the media had become more openly critical of Fache’s aggressive tactics, his clashes with powerful foreign embassies, and his gross overbudgeting on new technologies.
  • But if we get you out of here, and make it to your embassy, then your government will protect your rights while you and I prove you had nothing to do with this murder.
  • Paris Match had run a cartoon recently depicting Fache as a police dog, trying to bite an American criminal, but unable to reach because it was chained to the U.S. Embassy.
  • The U.S. Embassy.
  • Did she make the embassy?
  • Once we’re airborne, you can make a decision as to whether or not you’d like someone from the U.S. Embassy to meet us.
  • Langdon suddenly didn’t want anything to do with the embassy.
  • "Mr. Langdon," she declared, pulling a small slip of paper from her pocket, "this is the number for your embassy’s messaging service.
  • "I will do that," Sophie said, speaking hurriedly, "but after you’re safely inside the U.S. Embassy.
  • The U.S. Embassy in Paris is a compact complex on Avenue Gabriel, just north of the ChampsElysées.
  • Now, as they sped away from the embassy, serpentining through sparse traffic on Champs-Elysées, Langdon felt his options deteriorating.
  • Sophie’s SmartCar tore through the diplomatic quarter, weaving past embassies and consulates, finally racing out a side street and taking a right turn back onto the massive thoroughfare of Champs-Elysées.
  • But if Langdon didn’t phone the embassy, then who the hell did he call?

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  • The Iranian students took over the U.S. embassy.
  • Surely the embassy would be able to get Mahtob and me out of here, if only I could find some way to contact a sympathetic official.
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