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Angels & Demons
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  • On the far wall, dominating the decor, was an enormous wooden crucifix, which Langdon placed as fourteenth-century Spanish.
  • A particularly large plaque dominated the entry.
  • For two millennia your church has dominated the quest for truth.
  • But far more incredible than any of this were the two huge structures dominating the room.
  • She was overwhelmed by the unexpected images of personal revenge that had dominated her thoughts all day.
  • Their dominance?
  • A final Illuminati act of domination.
  • The camerlegno stood still for a moment, a dominant silhouette in the dim light of the fire.
  • A crippled scientist, in a final act of symbolic dominance, had flown into Vatican City and branded the church’s highest official.

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  • The defending World Champions dominated their unranked opponent.
  • She completely dominates her boyfriend.

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