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Angels & Demons
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  • Langdon could now hear the sounds of chaos to his left.
  • They looked like chaotic negatives of random streaks and spirals.
  • The chaotic panic in her mind dissolved.
  • Their minds were too filled with chaos to see God.
  • Ordered chaos.
  • Planned chaos.
  • In an effort to serve her father’s quest for the simplicity of truth . she had become a conspirator of chaos.
  • To his left, the chaotic media lights surrounding St. Peter’s.
  • Fleeting freeze-frames of confusion and terror as the chaotic cortege stumbled through the shadows back toward the Necropolis entrance.
  • Three minutes had passed in the chaotic hallways outside the Sistine Chapel, and still nobody could locate the camerlegno.
  • Promises of efficiency and simplicity have bred nothing but pollution and chaos.
  • The chaos in the square around him was so loud that it drowned out the sound of his idling rotors.
  • Outside the doors, the faint roar of human chaos was now audible.
  • Inside the chopper, the whine of the engines and the gale from the open door assaulted Langdon’s senses with a deafening chaos.
  • And still the word echoed . tolling through the chaos with a stinging loneliness.
  • Ignore the weapons and the chaos.
  • As the people flooded in around the front of the basilica, the chaos intensified, until it seemed nothing could stop it.
  • Robert Langdon had little doubt that the chaos and hysteria coursing through St. Peter’s Square at this very instant exceeded anything Vatican Hill had ever witnessed.
  • As the chaos grew, an old Illuminati quote echoed with new meaning: "A flawless diamond, born of the ancient elements with such perfection that all those who saw it could only stare in wonder."

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  • The country entered a period of civil war and chaos.
  • Everyone ran around trying to help, but there was no organization and little was accomplished in the chaos.

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