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sacrosanct
used in The Bourne Supremacy

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Definition
thought to be too sacred or important to change
  • The rest was performance, he knew that, too, as he approached the sacrosanct double doors of the State Department's Chief of Internal Security.
    Chapter 7 (19% in)
  • Beyond this sacrosanct, isolated room the Hong Kong firefighters were hosing down the last of the smouldering embers as the Hong Kong police were calming the panicked residents from the nearby estates on Victoria Peak — many of whom were convinced that Armageddon had arrived in the form of a mainland onslaught — telling everyone that the terrible events were the work of a deranged criminal killed by government emergency units.
    Chapter 33 (3% in)
  • In truth, the cases held their weapons, as well as several additional items Bourne had picked up in d'Anjou's flat after McAllister produced the sacrosanct plastic tape that was respected even by the People's Republic — respected as long as China wanted the same courtesy to be extended to its own foreign service personnel.
    Chapter 37 (9% in)

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