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  • I have come to look very differently and more charitably on what is called infamous since brother Nikolay has become what he is…. you know what he did….
  • Lidia Ivanovna made inquiries through her friends as to what those infamous people, as she called Anna and Vronsky, intended doing, and she endeavored so to guide every movement of her friend during those days that he could not come across them.
  • He despises that feeling in me, but he knows that I won’t abandon my child, that I can’t abandon my child, that there could be no life for me without my child, even with him whom I love; but that if I abandoned my child and ran away from him, I should be acting like the most infamous, basest of women.

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  • He is one of Chicago’s most infamous mobsters.
  • She now serves in Haiti’s poorest and most infamous neighborhood.

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