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accompany
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  • On meeting Colia the prince determined to accompany the general, though he made up his mind to stay as short a time as possible.
  • He immediately added that such a suggestion from him would, of course, be absurd, unless accompanied by remarks of a more pointed nature.
  • He made many new friends; and was moreover, a frequent visitor at the debtor’s prison, to which he invariably accompanied his mother.
  • Here she found a delightful little house, just built, and prepared for her reception with great care and taste; and here she took up her abode together with the lady who had accompanied her from her old home.
  • His friend, Lebedeff’s nephew, who had risen to accompany him, also sat down again.
  • THE young fellow accompanying the general was about twenty-eight, tall, and well built, with a handsome and clever face, and bright black eyes, full of fun and intelligence.
  • At that moment Gania, accompanied by Ptitsin, came out to the terrace.
  • Lebedeff’s nephew, whom the reader has seen already, accompanied him, and also the youth named Hippolyte Terentieff.
  • She was accompanied sometimes in her carriage by a girl of sixteen, a distant relative of her hostess.
  • THE prince observed with great surprise, as he approached his villa, accompanied by Rogojin, that a large number of people were assembled on his verandah, which was brilliantly lighted up.
  • Varvara Ardalionovna, who must accompany you, knows the place well.
  • He declared that he had seen Rogojin return to the house last night, accompanied by a friend, and that both had gone upstairs very secretly and cautiously.
  • He was accompanied by nearly all the invited guests, and besides this, the house was almost besieged by excited bands of people, who insisted upon being allowed to enter the verandah.
  • Aglaya left the room in a fit of irritation, and it was not until late in the evening, past eleven, when the prince was taking his departure, that she said a word or two to him, privately, as she accompanied him as far as the front door.

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

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