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used in The Bourne Identity

8 uses
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to stop or catch someone or something in route
  • He had stepped away from the wall, intercepting her.
    Chapter 5 (62% in)
  • Its beam was intercepted by receding upright flats that masked the offstage area; light, shadow, light, shadow.
    Chapter 5 (76% in)
  • Bourne rose quickly from the chair and intercepted her, holding her arm.
    Chapter 21 (42% in)
  • It occurred to Bourne that this stretch of isolated road would be as good a spot as any on which to intercept the returning general.
    Chapter 24 (47% in)
  • I'll intercept a half a dozen employees of Les Classiques.
    Chapter 26 (77% in)
  • Jason rushed from the doorway, intercepting her on the pavement, only feet from the entrance.
    Chapter 27 (18% in)
  • He had left La Terrasse after dark, around 7:00, to intercept a salesclerk named Monique Brielle.
    Chapter 27 (79% in)
  • Bourne sidestepped his way through a cushioned row, emerged on the far right aisle and intercepted him.
    Chapter 29 (64% in)

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

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