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Anna Karenina
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  • Stepan Arkadyevitch moved quickly, as ever, to his place, shook hands with his colleagues, and sat down.
  • I will talk it over with my colleague, and then I will have the honor of laying my opinion before you.
  • And Levin went out of the room, only when he was in the doorway remembering that he had forgotten to take leave of Oblonsky’s colleagues.
  • One circle was her husband’s government official set, consisting of his colleagues and subordinates, brought together in the most various and capricious manner, and belonging to different social strata.
  • "My colleagues: Philip Ivanitch Nikitin, Mihail Stanislavitch Grinevitch"—and turning to Levin—"a district councilor, a modern district councilman, a gymnast who lifts thirteen stone with one hand, a cattle-breeder and sportsman, and my friend, Konstantin Dmitrievitch Levin, the brother of Sergey Ivanovitch Koznishev."
  • Levin would have liked to talk to them, to hear what they would say to their father, but Natalia began talking to him, and then Lvov’s colleague in the service, Mahotin, walked in, wearing his court uniform, to go with him to meet someone, and a conversation was kept up without a break upon Herzegovina, Princess Korzinskaya, the town council, and the sudden death of Madame Apraksina.

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  • The surgeon consulted his colleagues.
  • I’m not the smartest fellow in the world, but I can sure pick smart colleagues.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt

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