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ponder
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Angels & Demons
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  • The object they were pondering on the monitor was a canister of some sort-a canister with transparent sides.
  • The camerlegno seemed to ponder Olivetti’s words.
  • He turned back to Langdon and Vittoria like a judge pondering their fate.
  • Carlo had, for some unknown reason, only moments before the blast, left his mother’s side and ventured into a protected alcove to ponder a tapestry depicting the story of St. Francis.
  • They were cheering from impulsive joy, the same kind of joy he felt every day of his life as he pondered the Almighty.
  • Langdon scratched his head, making a show of pondering it.

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