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largest city and former capital of Turkey; historically called Byzantium and later Constantinople; largest city in Europe
  • Forward of the Istanbul-Calais coach there is only the dining-car.
    1.5 — Part 1 Chapter 5 — The Crime (98% in)
  • He called to the porters and they wheeled their load halfway along the carriage on which the tin plates proclaimed its destination: ISTANBUL TRIESTE CALAIS "You are full up to-night, I hear?"
    1.2 — Part 1 Chapter 2 — The Tokatlian Hotel (55% in)
  • To begin with, I should like a plan of the Istanbul-Calais coach, with a note of the people who occupied the several compartments, and I should also like to see their passports and their tickets.
    1.5 — Part 1 Chapter 5 — The Crime (94% in)
  • "Then it seems," said Poirot slowly, "as though we must look for our murderer in the Istanbul-Calais coach."
    1.5 — Part 1 Chapter 5 — The Crime (98% in)
  • On the table in front of Poirot was a plan of the Istanbul-Calais coach with the names of the passengers marked in red ink.
    2.1 — Part 2 Chapter 1 — The Evidence (3% in)
  • To give all the women travelling on the Istanbul-Calais coach what Americans call the 'once-over.'
    2.8 — Part 2 Chapter 8 — The Evidence of Colonel Arbuthnot (17% in)

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