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mausoleum
used in The Bourne Identity

8 uses
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Definition
an impressive building in which one or more corpses are entombed
  • Crosses-large, larger, mausoleums ... and statuary everywhere.
    Chapter 32 (15% in)
  • A white mausoleum, someone's scaled-down version of the Parthenon.
    Chapter 32 (49% in)
  • The beam of light shot over to the side of the white mausoleum; the figure holding the rifle retreated quickly, slipping behind a column no more than twenty feet away from the man holding the flashlight.
    Chapter 32 (55% in)
  • He was within fifteen feet of the mausoleum; the man with the murderous weapon was standing by the left corner column, under the short portico to avoid the rain.
    Chapter 32 (56% in)
  • He walked onto the stretch of lawn in front of the white mausoleum.
    Chapter 32 (65% in)
  • Conklin rolled on the ground, his eyes on the far columns of the mausoleum, expecting an explosion from the gun that would blow his attacker into the air.
    Chapter 32 (85% in)
  • From the far columns of the mausoleum came a prolonged, shattering scream.
    Chapter 32 (88% in)
  • He dove to his right, rolling on the ground, scrambling toward the marble columns of the mausoleum.
    Chapter 32 (93% in)

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

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