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emerge
used in The Bourne Identity

21 uses
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Definition
to come out, or to appear
  • This is the portrait emerging of a jet age assassin being sought in an international manhunt.
    Preface (37% in)
  • Any day now, any hour perhaps, the stranger would focus his eyes and intelligible words would emerge from his lips.
    Chapter 1 (56% in)
  • Then from the other door another figure emerged, but it was not the driver who had been at the curb on the Bahnhofstrasse, waiting for a target he did not recognize.
    Chapter 5 (35% in)
  • For there and only there he might need the woman; a brief few seconds when a couple emerged, not a lone man running.
    Chapter 5 (83% in)
  • They circled the block, emerging on the Falkenstrasse, then turned right on the Limmat Quai toward the cathedral of Grossminster.
    Chapter 7 (0% in)
  • Her face became radiant, the smile emerged and it was filled with life.
    Chapter 11 (28% in)
  • The secretary at the desk in front of d'Amacourt's office rushed inside with her notepad, emerged thirty seconds later, and picked up the phone.
    Chapter 11 (77% in)
  • Indeed, it is through his infrequent gravitation to, and the internal conflicts within, such terrorist organizations that a clearer picture of "Carlos" is beginning to emerge.
    Chapter 13 (13% in)
  • Fifteen minutes later the courier emerged from the bank, the leather attache case in his left hand, his right covering an unlatched holster.
    Chapter 13 (78% in)
  • He'll emerge worldwide one day soon and they'll not be able to touch the hems of his creations.
    Chapter 14 (35% in)
  • Think of these as the works of an emerging master, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (35% in)
  • She said I was to look upon your designs as the work of an emerging master.
    Chapter 14 (59% in)
  • In seconds, the figures of two men could be seen emerging our of the dim light.
    Chapter 21 (73% in)
  • A door opened, the spill of light harsh, and a man in a white jacket emerged.
    Chapter 24 (64% in)
  • Villiers' stunning wife got out first, extending her hand for Jacqueline Lavier, who emerged, ashen, on the pavement.
    Chapter 29 (22% in)
  • The beggar's hand surged into his pocket; Bourne spun around in time to see the barrel of an automatic emerge from the threadbare coat, the sun's rays bouncing off the metal.
    Chapter 29 (52% in)
  • Bourne sidestepped his way through a cushioned row, emerged on the far right aisle and intercepted him.
    Chapter 29 (63% in)
  • Sooner or later she would emerge from one of the stores and he would find her.
    Chapter 30 (33% in)
  • No sound emerged above the sound of the rain, and neither hand could be used for a weapon or as a weapon, the weapons themselves placed out of reach in the shadows.
    Chapter 32 (61% in)
  • Other doors opened, other figures emerged, adjusting from sleep to chaos, some racing toward the fire-swept residence-a neighbor was in trouble.
    Chapter 33 (40% in)
  • Bourne knew he could not be heard; what emerged from his bleeding throat was a whisper.
    Chapter 35 (83% in)

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