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Sincerity

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Sincerity

Category:Psychological attitudeadd

Category: Sciences (1003)

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Country: United States (100%)

Main connection: Dan Brown

 

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1998

The popularity of the "without wax" etymology is reflected in its use as a minor subplot in Dan Brown's 1998 thriller novel "Digital Fortress", though Brown attributes it to the Spanish language, not Latin add something

 

The popularity of the "without wax" etymology is reflected in its use as a minor subplot in Dan Brown's 1998 thriller novel "Digital Fortress", though Brown attributes it to the Spanish language, not Latin add something

 

The popularity of the "without wax" etymology is reflected in its use as a minor subplot in Dan Brown's 1998 thriller novel "Digital Fortress", though Brown attributes it to the Spanish language, not Latin add something

 

The popularity of the "without wax" etymology is reflected in its use as a minor subplot in Dan Brown's 1998 thriller novel "Digital Fortress", though Brown attributes it to the Spanish language, not Latin add something

 

The popularity of the "without wax" etymology is reflected in its use as a minor subplot in Dan Brown's 1998 thriller novel "Digital Fortress", though Brown attributes it to the Spanish language, not Latin add something


2009

Reference to the same etymology, this time attributed to Latin, later appears in his 2009 novel, "The Lost Symbol" add something

 

Reference to the same etymology, this time attributed to Latin, later appears in his 2009 novel, "The Lost Symbol" add something

 

Reference to the same etymology, this time attributed to Latin, later appears in his 2009 novel, "The Lost Symbol" add something

 

Reference to the same etymology, this time attributed to Latin, later appears in his 2009 novel, "The Lost Symbol" add something

 

Reference to the same etymology, this time attributed to Latin, later appears in his 2009 novel, "The Lost Symbol" add something