Now this was precisely what Lebedeff had made up his mind to do in the last three minutes.
I cannot undertake to say precisely what it is, but you have certainly omitted something, and you cannot be quite just while there is something lacking.
Aglaya gazed at him for some seconds with precisely the same composure and calm astonishment as she had shown a little while before, when the prince handed her the note, and it appeared that this calm surprise and seemingly absolute incomprehension of what was said to her, were more terribly overwhelming to Gania than even the most plainly expressed disdain would have been.
Ptitsin will certainly have his reward, not three houses, but four, precisely because from childhood up he had realized that he would never be a Rothschild.
Well now, that's you and I. That fable was written precisely for us."
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Is it precise enough if I measure to the closest inch?
The detective is talking to all the witnesses to try to determine the precise sequence of events.