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Medusa -- from Greek mythology
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • The gun in his hand was a concealable, small-caliber, Jframe Medusa, but it would be plenty deadly at close range.
  • Teabing recognized the tiny Medusa revolver as his own, the one he kept locked in the limousine glove box for safety.
  • Pocketing the flask and the keystone, the Teacher reached for the glove box and pulled out the tiny Medusa revolver.
  • He kept the tiny Medusa revolver in his left, out of sight.
  • Reaching down to his pocket, he touched the second object that gave him his confidence: the Medusa revolver.
  • Sir Leigh Teabing felt rueful as he gazed out over the barrel of his Medusa revolver at Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu.
  • Leigh Teabing did not feel his finger pull the trigger, but the Medusa discharged with a thundering crash.
  • We’ve known each other for ten—" Rémy aimed at the ceiling and fired the Medusa.

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  • The fashion company, Versace, uses the image of Medusa as a trademark.
  • Medusa yelled, her snake-hair hissing and spitting.
    Rick Riordan  --  The Lightning Thief

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