- Her grandfather’s voice had called out from beyond with chilling precision.
- That, monsieur, is precisely the question you are here to answer.
- With noiseless precision, the heavy wall slid sideways.
- Each had told Silas the exact same thing—that the keystone was ingeniously hidden at a precise location inside one of Paris’s ancient churches—the Eglise de Saint-Sulpice.
- But when Silas added that the brothers had all given him a precise location, with relation to a brass line running through Saint-Sulpice, the Teacher had gasped with revelation.
- That was precisely the reason the Teacher suggested Aringarosa get the money in Vatican Bank bonds.
- Most Priory academics, myself included, anticipated the brotherhood’s release would coincide precisely with the millennium.
- Clement’s Machiavellian operation came off with clockwork precision.
- Then, with computer precision, the claw grasped the heavy handle and hoisted the crate vertically.
- Langdon began to stand up but paused, spying the small, spent pistol shell on the floor beside the truck’s precision-crafted doorsill.
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- But I know in precisely which crypt we should look.
- Teabing had displayed ingenious precision in formulating a plan that protected his innocence at every turn.
- So what precisely is your concern?
- "Leave him precisely where he is," the officer commanded.
- The chapel’s geographic coordinates fall precisely on the north-south meridian that runs through Glastonbury.
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as in: about noon; 12:03 to be precise
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meticulous (careful about details)