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Angels & Demons
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  • "Conspiracy buffs," Langdon replied.
  • He had always been annoyed by the plethora of conspiracy theories that circulated in modern pop culture.
  • Considering the evidence, I would say perhaps the conspiracy buffs are correct.
  • Did you know that in 1920 Churchill published a statement condemning the Illuminati and warning Brits of a worldwide conspiracy against morality?
  • -will be speaking with conspiracy theorist Tyler Tingley, about this shocking resurgence-
  • The influential English poet who wrote Paradise Lost was a contemporary of Galileo’s and a savant who conspiracy buffs put at the top of their list of Illuminati suspects.
  • While he had the world’s attention, he had thrown in a little of his own conspiracy theory for good measure.
  • The camerlegno had done more to condemn the Illuminati tonight than decades of conspiracy theorists.
  • Even in conspiracy theory lore, Langdon could think of no references to any sixth brand.
  • She could accept his hatred of religion . but this awesome conspiracy seemed beyond him.
  • Please tell me he somehow located Robert Langdon . and not some Illuminati-conspiracy nutcase.
  • This was no conspiracy buff; Macri had actually heard of this guy.

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  • discovered a conspiracy to overthrow the government
  • inclined to believe conspiracy theories

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