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used in The Bourne Supremacy

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a sudden desire that arises without any logical explanation
  • Then again, the air corridors were channels in the sky and not subject to the cosmetic or technological whims of airports.
    Chapter 29 (29% in)
  • D'Anjou, who changed residences at will and whim, had rented the waterfront apartment less than two weeks before, using a false name and a lawyer he had never met, who in turn employed a 'rentor' to sign the lease which the attorney sent by messenger to his unknown client by way of the checkroom at the crowded Floating Casino.
    Chapter 19 (2% in)

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