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bulwark
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Angels & Demons
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  • The cart whisked them silently alongside the country’s western border-a fifty-foot-tall cement bulwark thick enough to ward off attacks even by tanks.
  • At the base of the rear wall, a stone bulwark jutted out concealing a narrow grotto-a kind of compressed passageway cutting directly into the foundation of the church.
  • Rounding the second bulwark to the west, Langdon arrived breathless in a small parking area off Lungotere Angelo.
  • Leaning out, he grabbed the top of the first bulwark, dragged himself onto the wall, and dropped onto the castle’s lower bastion.
  • Robert Langdon dashed around the outer bulwark of the castle, grateful for the glow of the floodlights.

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  • It is a bulwark against storms.
  • The sailors looked over the bulwarks.

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