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  • Moreover, he an exceptionally private man, not someone prone to chatting with random American professors unless there were an important reason.
  • Moreover, all the access codes were five-digit.
  • Moreover, the cups were tiny, stemless, and made of glass.
  • Moreover, Jesus as a married man makes infinitely more sense than our standard biblical view of Jesus as a bachelor.
  • Moreover, it was virtually guaranteed that any book on goddess worship would have to mention the Priory of Sion.
  • Moreover, with my grandfather’s love of symbolism and codes, it seems to follow that he would have chosen an account number that had meaning to him, something he could easily remember.
  • Moreover, Collet realized, if Langdon were innocent, it explained one of this case’s strangest paradoxes: Why had Sophie Neveu, the granddaughter of the victim, helped the alleged killer escape?
  • Moreover, once they located the tomb, it sounded as if they would be searching for something that was absent.
  • Moreover, they had a hostage and could not take public transportation.
  • Moreover, the abbey had a series of sprawling cloisters attached.
  • Moreover, the artist’s eerie eccentricities projected an admittedly demonic aura: Da Vinci exhumed corpses to study human anatomy; he kept mysterious journals in illegible reverse handwriting; he believed he possessed the alchemic power to turn lead into gold and even cheat God by creating an elixir to postpone death; and his inventions included horrific, never-before-imagined weapons of war and torture.

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  • The company has too much debt. Moreover, it is responsible for a long term lease on expensive office space.
  • Many graduates have high college debt. Moreover too many of them haven’t found good-paying jobs.

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