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succession
used in The Bourne Identity

7 uses
  • He peered into a succession of cubicles, a crewman looking for his companions-until he found the captain of the fishing boat.
    Chapter 3 (86% in)
  • Four slaps in rapid succession, flesh against flesh, blows maniacally administered, received with muted screams of terror.
    Chapter 9 (13% in)
  • He pressed down again, now three times in rapid succession.
    Chapter 11 (69% in)
  • Bourne crouched, diving diagonally backward as four gunshots came in rapid succession, three screeching ricochets spinning off beyond sound.
    Chapter 32 (86% in)
  • He was inside a dark room-that room-staring at a screen, at other, inner images that kept flashing on and off in rapid, blinding succession.
    Chapter 35 (7% in)
  • Two more spits came in rapid succession, the first imbedded in the side of the taxi, the second exploding the asphalt.
    Chapter 35 (13% in)
  • Bourne sprang out of his recess and fired four shots in rapid succession at the figure on the staircase; a line of bullet holes and eruptions of blood appeared diagonally across the man's collar.
    Chapter 35 (66% in)

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