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Crime and Punishment
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  • During all this period Razumihin wore an air of resolute determination.
  • She is a resolute, sensible, patient and generous girl, but she has a passionate heart, as I know very well.
  • The old woman recovered herself, and her visitor’s resolute tone evidently restored her confidence.
  • Marmeladov struck his fist resolutely on the table.
  • "Nobody has been beating the landlady," she declared at last in a firm, resolute voice.
  • "Don’t be anxious, I won’t let him have her," the policeman said resolutely, and he set off after them.
  • He walked quickly and resolutely, and though he felt shattered, he had his senses about him.
  • "Very well then!" he said resolutely; he moved from the bridge and walked in the direction of the police office.
  • "Enough," he pronounced resolutely and triumphantly.
  • "Porfiry Petrovitch," he began resolutely, though with considerable irritation, "yesterday you expressed a desire that I should come to you for some inquiries" (he laid special stress on the word "inquiries").
  • "I will remain alone," he said resolutely, "and she shall not come to the prison!"
  • "Listen," he began resolutely.
  • At last, realising that he was engaged in this interesting pursuit, he started, got up and walked resolutely out of the room.
  • He went into the yard fairly resolutely.
  • No, it’s nonsense, it’s rubbish!" he added resolutely.
  • At last he looked straight at Raskolnikov, and said loudly and resolutely: "May I venture, honoured sir, to engage you in polite conversation?

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  • She stood resolute as some complained that she was asking too much of the team.
  • She has a resolute and unshakeable faith in his character.

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