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abduct
used in The Bourne Supremacy

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Definition
to take someone away against their will
  • 'You're describing a spreading crisis situation mounted in the face of Marie's abduction, then sending it off the wire with lies.
    Chapter 7 (2% in)
  • He's on his way to meet her — God knows where — but you'd better have some solid answers, unless you can establish the fact that he's a lunatic who may have killed his wife — which I hope you can — and that there was no abduction — which I sincerely hope there wasn't.'
    Chapter 7 (31% in)
  • He will know that once again he has been manipulated by government forces, manipulated in the most brutal fashion possible — the abduction of his wife.
    Chapter 20 (18% in)

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