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- He had been driven to Panov's 'strenuous exercise' by an image that had suddenly appeared in his mind while grading papers in his office.Chapter 3 (18% in)
- The government doctors had told him that if there were times — and there would be times — when sudden, disturbing images or fragments of memory broke into his mind, the best way to handle them was with strenuous exercise.Chapter 3 (5% in)
- In utter disbelief Catherine had demanded substantiation and by 2:15 had twice read the State Department's lengthy and top-secret dossier on Sheng Chou Yang, but she continued to strenuously object as the accuracy could not be verified.Chapter 20 (2% in)
- 'I want you to run faster!' he said, imposing control on his voice as though the strenuous movement had little effect on him.Chapter 27 (78% in)
- You strenuously objected.Chapter 33 (56% in)
There are no more uses of "strenuous" in The Bourne Supremacy.
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