Da Vinci Code

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List Of 2006 Human Rights Incidents In Egypt - June 2006
... June 3 Police seized 2,000 pirated DVDs of The Da Vinci Code and the Egyptian Coptic Christian church demanded the film be banned in Egypt ... June 13 Culture Minister Farouk Hosni moved to ban the film The Da Vinci Code ... Rights released a statement opposing Culture Minister Farouk Hosni's calls to ban the film The Da Vinci Code ...
Cultural Depictions Of Leonardo Da Vinci - References in Other Media - Novels and Short Stories - The Da Vinci Code
... of controversy over the accuracy of its depictions of Christianity and of da Vinci ... novel by Dan Brown, adapted and released as a major motion picture in 2006, The Da Vinci Code revolves around a conspiracy based on elements of Leonardo's Last Supper and other works ... In portraying the Priory of Sion as "fact" The Da Vinci Code expanded on the claims in The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail That there were additional secrets hidden ...
List Of Kath & Kim Episodes - Da Kath and Kim Code (telemovie): 2005
... Kel and Kath return from The Da Vinci Code European tour and begin frantic preparations for Christmas ... John Monk (Barry Humphries), the albino running Da Vinci Code tour, including one saying "44 Euros" ... Kel thinks he has cracked the code and Monk is going to kill them, but he just wants to offer them a franchise ...

Famous quotes containing the words code and/or vinci:

    Wise Draco comes, deep in the midnight roll
    Of black artillery; he comes, though late;
    In code corroborating Calvin’s creed
    And cynic tyrannies of honest kings;
    He comes, nor parlies; and the Town, redeemed,
    Gives thanks devout; nor, being thankful, heeds
    The grimy slur on the Republic’s faith implied,
    Which holds that Man is naturally good,
    And—more—is Nature’s Roman, never to be
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    The function of muscle is to pull and not to push, except in the case of the genitals and the tongue.
    —Leonardo Da Vinci (1425–1519)