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objective
used in The Bourne Identity

11 uses
  • Now, when he presented himself-presented them with the sole objective of his three-year agreement-he was dismissed.
    Chapter 35 (19% in)
  • An hour ago he was without an immediate destination, knowing only that Zurich was his objective, but knowing, too, that there were borders to cross, official eyes to satisfy.
    Chapter 3 (19% in)
  • Twelve hours ago he was on a fishing boat in the Mediterranean, an objective in mind and two thousand francs strapped to his waist.
    Chapter 3 (79% in)
  • Her objective was not lost on the attorney; she so complicated the issuing of the bonds that tracing them would be beyond the facilities of most banks or brokers.
    Chapter 13 (58% in)
  • She was his objective; it remained how to reach her.
    Chapter 14 (26% in)
  • We parachuted at night into a sector called Tam Quan, our objective to bring out an American named Webb who was being held by the Viet Cong.
    Chapter 16 (71% in)
  • The immediate objective, however, was to get Villiers to stop.
    Chapter 25 (6% in)
  • "I can only ask you to remember the objective," broke in Marie.
    Chapter 27 (86% in)
  • For Villiers to do that, the objective had to be monumentally honorable.
    Chapter 33 (20% in)
  • He'd kill everything in sight, but the main objective would be the decoy.
    Chapter 34 (50% in)
  • Our objective warranted the procedures, you may be assured of that.
    Chapter 34 (79% in)

There are no more uses of "objective" in The Bourne Identity.

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