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abort
used in The Bourne Supremacy

9 uses
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Definition
terminate (stop) before completion
  • Your strategy's aborted!
    Chapter 7 (86% in)
  • For his words in the ears of amateurs had sealed the order for Webb's execution — 'Jason Bourne's' death sentence — an act that was aborted only at the last instant through David's own doing, while the squad of executioners were still in their unseen positions.
    Chapter 3 (13% in)
  • It had taken place at the Treadstone sterile house on New York's 71st Street, an ingenious trap mounted by Conklin, which was aborted by Webb's hysterical efforts to survive and, oddly enough, the presence of Carlos the Jackal.
    Chapter 6 (17% in)
  • Abort!
    Chapter 29 (78% in)
  • Abort!
    Chapter 29 (79% in)
  • You don't have many down here... Abort/It's a no-win!
    Chapter 30 (20% in)
  • But if the conspiracy is not aborted, it will destroy the Hong Kong Accords and blow the colony apart.
    Chapter 33 (11% in)
  • One sets the forces in motion, on a collision course, always watching, ready to abort, to kill, if one has to, but knowing that as the complications mount and the closer they come to each other's throat, the nearer the solution is.
    Chapter 34 (43% in)
  • Should the guards become alarmed they might send a different 'signal' — conference aborted.
    Chapter 37 (43% in)

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