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Crime and Punishment
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  • He was accompanying a girl of fifteen, who stood on the pavement in front of him.
  • The question whether the disease gives rise to the crime, or whether the crime from its own peculiar nature is always accompanied by something of the nature of disease, he did not yet feel able to decide.
  • He had accompanied her from the gateway.
  • Yes, and you maintained that the perpetration of a crime is always accompanied by illness.
  • Pyotr Petrovitch accompanied her ceremoniously to the door.
  • Pulcheria Alexandrovna’s illness was a strange nervous one and was accompanied by a partial derangement of her intellect.
  • She was continually talking about them, even entering into conversation with strangers in the street, though Dounia always accompanied her.
  • Raskolnikov, Lebeziatnikov, and the official accompanied Sonia into the room and were followed by the policeman, who first drove back the crowd which followed to the very door.
  • Then I accompanied you to the door—you being still in the same state of embarrassment—after which, being left alone with Mr. Lebeziatnikov I talked to him for ten minutes—then Mr. Lebeziatnikov went out and I returned to the table with the money lying on it, intending to count it and to put it aside, as I proposed doing before.

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  • The nurse accompanied the old woman everywhere.
  • The exact numbers are shown in the accompanying table.

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