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  • They all stopped in apparent distress to see the scene now unfolding on the staircase.
  • Kohler shrugged, apparently disinterested.
  • Kohler glanced down at the blinking lights in apparent bewilderment.
  • He simply stared, apparently waiting for Langdon to shed some light on the scene before them.
  • Apparently a lot of people think this group is still active.
  • He apparently decided to ignore them for the time being.
  • Apparently he decided to leave it for the moment.
  • He glanced at Kohler, who appeared unfazed, apparently having seen this ritual before.
  • "The specimen is not touching the canister," Vittoria said, apparently expecting the question.
  • Kohler turned slowly, apparently not hearing her.
  • Apparently, it was not enough.
  • So Kohler had left in a huff, apparently to go find Vetra himself.
  • Vittoria’s eyes narrowed, apparently not knowing whether or not to take him seriously.
  • Apparently content Langdon was clean, the guard turned to Vittoria.
  • Apparently the guard came to the same conclusion.
  • Apparently whoever stole the canister last night had timed it perfectly.
  • Olivetti apparently preferred to stand.
  • Apparently incredulous at what he was being asked to do, the guard spoke urgently to the person on the other end.
  • The guard took it, clicked it on, waited for a dial tone, and then, apparently satisfied that it was indeed nothing more than a phone, returned it to her.
  • Apparently not.
  • Apparently not.
  • Despite Vittoria’s apparent faith that he was right, Langdon realized he had put everyone on the line here.
  • This apparent conceit, Mortati knew, had nothing to do with self-centered ambition.
  • Particularly in light of my apparent failure as head of security.
  • Attaining the papacy required a certain amount of political ambition, something the young camerlegno apparently lacked; he had refused his Pope’s offers for higher clerical stations many times, saying he preferred to serve the church as a simple man.
  • "Sure," she said, apparently letting it go.
  • The segno apparently was hidden the same way-in plain view.
  • Vittoria apparently had endured enough.
  • Apparently this was no exercise.
  • Apparently the disguise was convincing.
  • Apparently sensing Langdon’s stymie, Vittoria turned to the docent, who was now inching away.
  • She arrived and stared down at the doorknob, apparently perplexed.
  • Gunther Glick was checking his map of Rome, apparently lost.
  • Apparently satisfied, he pulled out a walkietalkie and spoke into it.
  • Vittoria apparently saw it too.
  • The man was a miserable sight . apparently one of Rome’s homeless.
  • Apparently, the antimatter search had turned up nothing so far.
  • Apparently, this was not going to be as easy as they’d hoped.
  • Apparently getting confirmation, she turned and grimly faced the viewers.
  • Reporter Glick was apparently reporting by phone, the connection scratchy.
  • The entries had apparently been logged chronologically, one by one, as Bernini created each new work.
  • What had caught Langdon’s eye was that the work had apparently been placed in one of the five churches on his list.
  • The camerlegno had apparently recognized Chartrand as a new guard and invited him to accompany him on a stroll.
  • She secretly hoped one day he would shoot himself during his weekly visit to CERN’s recreational pistol range, but apparently he was a pretty good shot.
  • Langdon peered around the side of the column to see a workman’s lunchbox splayed on the floor, apparently knocked off a sawhorse by the resourceful rodent.
  • To her dismay, Kohler had apparently survived his trip to the infirmary; he had phoned and demanded-not asked, demanded-that Sylvie stay late this evening.
  • That very cardinal who had taken the camerlegno under his wing had apparently later risen to the papacy and brought with him his young protege to serve as chamberlain.
  • Apparently there were troubling new developments, which could not be shared on-air, but the camerlegno had decided to break tradition and enter conclave to address the cardinals.
  • Apparently, the women had been inside the church fifteen minutes ago praying for the Vatican in its time of need, when some man had appeared and told them the church was closing early.
  • The creature paused when it saw them, staring a long moment down the barrel of Vittoria’s weapon, and then, apparently unmoved, continued dragging its prize off to the recesses of the church.
  • As she passed CERN’s recreational "suites de loisir"— a long hallway of lounges with televisions-she noticed the rooms were overflowing with employees who had apparently abandoned dinner to watch the news.
  • Although eight was not a particularly overwhelming number, all eight openings were covered with huge sheets of clear polyurethane due to the construction, the translucent curtains apparently intended to keep dust off the tombs inside the alcoves.
  • Apparently Rocher had received a phone call from a mysterious individual who Rocher claimed had critical information regarding the current crisis.
  • Apparently, the castle had other tenants as well-the Illuminati.
  • This section of the traforo apparently descended to the dungeons, not to the top.
  • The Hassassin, half-clothed, seemed to move much faster, the wound on his foot apparently not slowing him at all.
  • Janus is apparently the only one who holds it.
  • Apparently he would pay the price.
  • Rocher had apparently been wrong.
  • The two BBC reporters had apparently been crossing the open square on their way back to the press area.
  • Vittoria apparently understood too.
  • Below them on the stairs, Chinita Macri was poised and filming, apparently having located her ideal vantage point.
  • Apparently, the young guard was now convinced the camerlegno knew what he was doing.
  • Robert Langdon tried to stop the camerlegno, but Chartrand was running interference now, apparently trusting the camerlegno’s conviction.
  • The camerlegno was not even looking at him, apparently having read Langdon’s thoughts from the ghostly reflection in the windshield.
  • Apparently Camerlegno Ventresca had just miraculously appeared on the roof of the Vatican.
  • Apparently, whatever Langdon wanted the cardinals to see was coming up . "Leonardo Vetra kept diaries?" the camerlegno was saying.
  • Apparently tonight was a night when all the rules were going out the window.
  • A coffin had been rolled off its supports and fallen upside down in an apparent struggle.
  • The people in the square apparently looked at the tiny droplet of liquid suspended in the canister and decided it was not as menacing as they had thought.
  • He was wearing a blue paramedic’s jumpsuit that zipped up the front and was adorned with cloth badges that apparently depicted his numerous qualifications.
  • The Swiss Guard had apparently been able to clear only about a hundred and fifty feet back-the area directly in front of the basilica-less than one-third of the square.
  • Rocher apparently heard them coming, because as they arrived outside the Pope’s office, Rocher had spread his legs in a protective stance and was leveling his gun at them.
  • Kohler had apparently recorded some sort of final suicide message he wanted the media to broadcast . no doubt some sermon about the importance of science and the evils of religion.
  • Other casualties include Leonardo Vetra, the renowned CERN physicist and pioneer of antimatter technology, as well as Maximilian Kohler, the director of CERN, who apparently came to Vatican City in an effort to help but reportedly passed away in the process.
  • Scatter plots," Vittoria said, apparently noting Langdon’s interest.

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  • The effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the dry fields.
  • The committee investigated some apparent discrepancies.

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