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used in The Bourne Supremacy

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less important or subservient; or to rank as such
  • The leaders then filed out waving to the onlookers; they started down the staircase followed by two lines of awkwardly grinning subordinates.
    Chapter 20 (94% in)
  • The major had passed the garage, pausing at several alleyways that intersected Arbuthnot Road, sending his subordinate down several of them, constantly looking around for his support troops.
    Chapter 18 (12% in)
  • The immense Oriental stopped and looked around with his squinting, penetrating gaze, then turned and shouted for a subordinate, who had apparently emerged from an alley on Arbuthnot Road.
    Chapter 18 (17% in)
  • 'Putting the Australian in jail,' suggested the short, well-dressed subordinate firmly.
    Chapter 18 (29% in)
  • The subordinate shrugged — angrily.
    Chapter 18 (29% in)
  • Wenzu looked at his subordinate; he had to choose his words carefully.
    Chapter 18 (31% in)
  • He hung up and looked at his anxious subordinate.
    Chapter 18 (32% in)
  • 'Why not?' questioned the subordinate.
    Chapter 18 (33% in)
  • Subordinate guards carried enormous sums of money, enjoyed official privileges light years beyond their positions, and bore documents identifying them as members of the government's secret police.
    Chapter 26 (82% in)
  • Several in the audience stepped forward to corroborate the damning evidence, stating that as subordinate distributors they had given the two 'bosses' great sums of cash never recorded in the organization's secret books.
    Chapter 27 (23% in)
  • The subordinate looked around.
    Chapter 27 (96% in)
  • The lesser subordinate ran to the fence and leaped up, his hands gripping the open, crisscrossing squares of wire mesh as his feet worked furiously below.
    Chapter 27 (96% in)
  • Lin dialled as his subordinate ran over to it, spinning into the plastic shell that faced the street.
    Chapter 28 (89% in)
  • 'Victoria Peak!' said the petrified intelligence subordinate.
    Chapter 30 (99% in)
  • Bourne and the undersecretary of state wore the white, belted coveralls and caps of the Royal Medical Corps, with no rank of substance indicated on their sleeves; they were merely grousing subordinates ordered to carry blood to a Zhongguo ren belonging to a regime that was in the process of further dismantling the Empire.
    Chapter 35 (3% in)
  • 'You'll talk with his subordinates in whatever sequence is required.
    Chapter 35 (73% in)
  • I reach only subordinates by their code names.
    Chapter 36 (10% in)

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