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Anna Karenina
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  • On that day of the week and at that time of day people of one set, all acquainted with one another, used to meet on the ice.
  • At that instant Kitty came up from the spring beaming with delight that her mother had become acquainted with her unknown friend.
  • Kitty mentioned the names of all the people they met, with some of whom she was acquainted and some not.
  • Vronsky was not merely acquainted with all the persons whom he was meeting here; he saw them all every day; and so he came in with the quiet manner with which one enters a room full of people from whom one has only just parted.
  • "We have met, though we were not acquainted, at Soden," she said.
  • You are acquainted?
  • Vronsky knew them, and knew that Anna was acquainted with them.
  • He was well acquainted with the way dilettanti have (the cleverer they were the worse he found them) of looking at the works of contemporary artists with the sole object of being in a position to say that art is a thing of the past, and that the more one sees of the new men the more one sees how inimitable the works of the great old masters have remained.
  • On entering the drawing room Stepan Arkadyevitch apologized, explaining that he had been detained by that prince, who was always the scapegoat for all his absences and unpunctualities, and in one moment he had made all the guests acquainted with each other, and, bringing together Alexey Alexandrovitch and Sergey Koznishev, started them on a discussion of the Russification of Poland, into which they immediately plunged with Pestsov.
  • We are acquainted, I believe," said Alexey Alexandrovitch indifferently, giving his hand.

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  • You should acquaint yourself with the new computer program.
  • One of the objectives in my literature class is to acquaint my students with different cultures.

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