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Anna Karenina
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  • The Englishman puckered up his lips, intending to indicate a smile that anyone should verify his saddling.
  • And there are indications; malnutrition, nervous excitability, and so on.
  • "Let me introduce you," said the princess, indicating Levin.
  • The question stands thus: in presence of indications of tuberculous process, what is to be done to maintain nutrition?
  • Do you know who this is?" he said, addressing his brother, and indicating the gentleman in the jerkin: "This is Mr. Kritsky, my friend from Kiev, a very remarkable man.
  • "Oh, here’s Madame Stahl," said Kitty, indicating an invalid carriage, where, propped on pillows, something in gray and blue was lying under a sunshade.
  • "And that’s his wife," she added, indicating Anna Pavlovna, who, as though on purpose, at the very instant they approached walked away after a child that had run off along a path.
  • He indicated the other landowner.
  • He indicated an armchair at a writing table covered with papers.
  • The driver knew the Shtcherbatskys’ house, and drew up at the entrance with a curve of his arm and a "Wo!" especially indicative of respect for his fare.
  • "At first things were rather uncomfortable, but now we’ve settled everything capitally— thanks to my old nurse," she said, indicating Marya Philimonovna, who, seeing that they were speaking of her, smiled brightly and cordially to Levin.
  • "Yes; that’s Nastia’s work," she said, indicating her sister.
  • "The horses can be taken out and I will see no one," he said in answer to the porter, with a certain pleasure, indicative of his agreeable frame of mind, emphasizing the words, "see no one."
  • Anna noticed this sigh, indicating dissent, and she went on.
  • "Give it to me, Anna Arkadyevna," said Vorkuev, indicating the book.
  • "Here he is!" said the princess, indicating Vronsky, who with his mother on his arm walked by, wearing a long overcoat and wide-brimmed black hat.
  • Chapter 10 She had risen to meet him, not concealing her pleasure at seeing him; and in the quiet ease with which she held out her little vigorous hand, introduced him to Vorkuev and indicated a red-haired, pretty little girl who was sitting at work, calling her her pupil, Levin recognized and liked the manners of a woman of the great world, always self-possessed and natural.
  • Hope you’re satisfied with the ornament of your study," he said, indicating the baroness.
  • Delighted to see you!" he said in a tone clearly indicating that he was annoyed by it.
  • "I’ve been meaning, indeed, to ask you to tell him that it’s out of the question for her" (she indicated Kitty) "to stay here; that she positively must come to Moscow.
  • Won’t you have some tea?" she said, with her eyes indicating the footman, who was handing round tea on a tray.
  • "For my part," pursued Vronsky, who was evidently for some reason or other keenly affected by this conversation, "such as I am, I am, on the contrary, extremely grateful for the honor they have done me, thanks to Nikolay Ivanitch" (he indicated Sviazhsky), "in electing me a justice of the peace.
  • "Queer fish!" said Stepan Arkadyevitch to his wife, and glancing at his watch, he made a motion of his hand before his face, indicating a caress to his wife and children, and walked jauntily along the pavement.

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  • These maps are drawn with north to the top unless otherwise indicated.
  • She did not indicate which candidate she supports.

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