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The Da Vinci Code
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  • As someone who had spent his life exploring the hidden interconnectivity of disparate emblems and ideologies, Langdon viewed the world as a web of profoundly intertwined histories and events.
  • From this sprang the most profound moment in Christian history.

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  • Teabing felt a profound disappointment in Robert Langdon.
  • The Teacher heaved a sigh, as if what he now had to do was profoundly regrettable.
  • Bishop Manuel Aringarosa’s body had endured many kinds of pain, and yet the searing heat of the bullet wound in his chest felt profoundly foreign to him.
  • The image was gruesome and profoundly strange, bringing with it an unsettling sense of déjà vu.

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as in: profound idea Define
deep or far-reaching in intellect or consequence
as in: profound sadness Define
of greatest intensity or emotional depth
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