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Angels & Demons
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  • Kohler’s eyes probed expectantly.
  • Chinita tightened her shot even more, using the telephoto to probe the wall of men, looking for an opening.
  • Science looks for answers by probing our unborn fetuses.
  • As his eyes probed the church, he had a sudden realization.
  • Although not overly handsome in a classical sense, the forty-five-year-old Langdon had what his female colleagues referred to as an "erudite" appeal-wisps of gray in his thick brown hair, probing blue eyes, an arrestingly deep voice, and the strong, carefree smile of a collegiate athlete.
  • Flashlights came on, but the lights were almost dead now and did not even begin to probe the depths of the basilica before them.
  • Langdon found his eyes probing the figures in the fountain, looking for any clue as to the direction of the lair.
  • Langdon probed the blackness for any other sign of light, but the casket rim was flush against the floor.
  • Around the square, television cameras probed the darkness, waiting.
  • Probing.

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  • There was a congressional probe into the scandal.
  • She probed beneath the gum line as she examined his teeth.

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