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Crime and Punishment
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  • "I remember, my good sir, I remember quite well your coming here," the old woman said distinctly, still keeping her inquiring eyes on his face.
  • Either his senses were peculiarly keen (which it is difficult to suppose), or the sound was really very distinct.
  • No, to put it more strongly and more distinctly; not can you but dare you, looking upon me, assert that I am not a pig?
  • Now he had passed the first floor, now he was mounting higher, it was growing more and more distinct!
  • All at once he heard distinctly a faint cry, as though someone had uttered a low broken moan.
  • The voice of her assailant was so horrible from spite and rage that it was almost a croak; but he, too, was saying something, and just as quickly and indistinctly, hurrying and spluttering.
  • But no, he heard too distinctly!
  • All his clothes were fresh from the tailor’s and were all right, except for being too new and too distinctly appropriate.
  • The dying man probably understood little; he could only utter indistinct broken sounds.
  • "Murderer!" he said suddenly in a quiet but clear and distinct voice.
  • "Porfiry Petrovitch," he began, speaking loudly and distinctly, though his legs trembled and he could scarcely stand.
  • The steps sounded very far off, at the very bottom of the stairs, but he remembered quite clearly and distinctly that from the first sound he began for some reason to suspect that this was someone coming there, to the fourth floor, to the old woman.
  • Raskolnikov walked along, mournful and anxious; he was distinctly aware of having come out with a purpose, of having to do something in a hurry, but what it was he had forgotten.
  • It was so painful that he made distinct efforts to get rid of it.
  • He moved a little on purpose and muttered something aloud that he might not have the appearance of hiding, then rang a third time, but quietly, soberly, and without impatience, Recalling it afterwards, that moment stood out in his mind vividly, distinctly, for ever; he could not make out how he had had such cunning, for his mind was as it were clouded at moments and he was almost unconscious of his body….
  • My mother herself is almost a beggar…. and I told a lie to keep my lodging…. and be fed," Raskolnikov said loudly and distinctly.
  • "She saith unto Him," (And drawing a painful breath, Sonia read distinctly and forcibly as though she were making a public confession of faith.
  • Not a movement!" cried Raskolnikov, holding Razumihin back; then going close up to Luzhin, "Kindly leave the room!" he said quietly and distinctly, "and not a word more or…."
  • He kept trying to say something to her; he began moving his tongue with difficulty and articulating indistinctly, but Katerina Ivanovna, understanding that he wanted to ask her forgiveness, called peremptorily to him: "Be silent!
  • Raskolnikov refused the water with his hand, and softly and brokenly, but distinctly said: "_It was I killed the old pawnbroker woman and her sister Lizaveta with an axe and robbed them.

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  • Martinez and his colleagues identified 21 distinct emotions made by the human face.
  • Two distinct brain networks guide our judgments.

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