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Angels & Demons
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  • Inside the glass were amorphous shapes Langdon recognized as the usual bookshelves, parchment bins, and examination tables.
  • The glow of St. Peter’s Square shrank beneath them until it was an amorphous glowing ellipse radiating in a sea of city lights.

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  • Her art is as amorphous as the culture it reflects.
  • Glasses are amorphous solids - somewhere between a liquid and a crystalline solid.

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