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convey
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Crime and Punishment
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convey
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Crime and Punishment
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  • In public conveyances and shops, wherever she could capture a listener, she would begin the discourse about her son, his article, how he had helped the student, how he had been burnt at the fire, and so on! Dounia did not know how to restrain her.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Excuse me, allow me to assure you that the report which has reached you, or rather, let me say, has been conveyed to you, has no foundation in truth, and I… suspect who… in a word… this arrow… in a word, your mamma… She seemed to me in other things, with all her excellent qualities, of a somewhat high-flown and romantic way of thinking….  (not reviewed by editor)

  • I would send you more, but I am uneasy about our travelling expenses; for though Pyotr Petrovitch has been so kind as to undertake part of the expenses of the journey, that is to say, he has taken upon himself the conveyance of our bags and big trunk (which will be conveyed through some acquaintances of his), we must reckon upon some expense on our arrival in Petersburg, where we can't be left without a halfpenny, at least for the first few days.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • I would send you more, but I am uneasy about our travelling expenses; for though Pyotr Petrovitch has been so kind as to undertake part of the expenses of the journey, that is to say, he has taken upon himself the conveyance of our bags and big trunk (which will be conveyed through some acquaintances of his), we must reckon upon some expense on our arrival in Petersburg, where we can't be left without a halfpenny, at least for the first few days.  (not reviewed by editor)

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as in: convey her thoughts
as in: convey title to the property
as in: convey her safely to
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