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used in The Bourne Supremacy

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go back to a previous state
  • The orator reverted to Mandarin, issuing orders as the impostor returned to the tree and lit a cigarette.
    Chapter 27 (45% in)
  • 'Goddamn it!' shouted Jason in English, instantly reverting to Chinese.
    Chapter 13 (92% in)
  • A master of his craft — his art, perhaps — the orator knew when to revert to the gospel of love, momentarily omitting Lucifer.
    Chapter 27 (17% in)
  • There is no rendezvous,' answered Echo, reverting to English.
    Chapter 27 (54% in)
  • Worse, any attempt at exposure would risk a backlash so severe that Peking would cry insult and outrage, and revert to suspicion and intransigence.
    Chapter 33 (11% in)
  • 'Bu xiexie,' said the undersecretary of state, declining, and then for courtesy's sake reverting to English to show respect for his host's diligence in learning it.
    Chapter 37 (12% in)

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