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  • Langdon watched as Vittoria pulled out her cell phone and paged CERN’s infirmary.
  • He found himself lying in a private room in the CERN infirmary, his wheelchair beside the bed.
  • Silently, Maximilian Kohler slipped out of the infirmary.
  • 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.
  • Sylvie had decided to ignore the antics as yet another Kohlerian melodrama, but she began to get concerned when Kohler failed to return at the proper time for his daily injections; the director’s physical condition required regular treatment, and when he decided to push his luck, the results were never pretty-respiratory shock, coughing fits, and a mad dash by the infirmary personnel.

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  • She felt ill and went to the infirmary.
  • Being far too ill to remain in the common prison, he was removed, after the first day or so, into the infirmary.
    Charles Dickens  --  Great Expectations

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