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annex
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • The boxy annex jutting out to the right was an unfortunate eyesore, although it did little to shroud the original pagan shape of the primary structure.
  • As the group moved through the rectangular annex toward the archway leading into the main church, Langdon was surprised by the barren austerity.

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  • It was broken by the sound of a door slamming out in the annex.
  • The altar boy looked doubtful but stalked back toward the annex, leaving Langdon, Sophie, and Teabing to eye one another gloomily.
  • Entering the annex, the altar boy was surprised to find it deserted.
  • The Chapter House was a kind of satellite structure—a freestanding annex at the end of the long hallway to ensure the privacy of the Parliament proceedings housed there.
  • Forty feet away, peering out from the annex pews near the archway, Rémy Legaludec felt a rising alarm.

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as in: annexed the community Define
to take territory -- such as a city making land outside of it a part of the city
as in: annex of the main building Define
an addition that extends a main building or: to attach something -- especially to something larger or more important
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