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Anna Karenina
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  • She was contented and happy in her children; I never interfered with her in anything; I let her manage the children and the house just as she liked.
  • And she was marveling that it had once seemed impossible to her, was explaining to them, laughing, that this was ever so much simpler, and that now both of them were happy and contented.
  • He was not in the least interested in what he said himself, and even less so in what they said; all he wanted was that they and everyone should be happy and contented.
  • I am working here, settled in my own place, and I am happy and contented, and we need nothing more to make us happy.
  • He’s happy and contented."
  • And that’s why he can be calm and contented."
  • Kitty bent down to him, he gave her a beaming smile, propped his little hands on the sponge and chirruped, making such a queer little contented sound with his lips, that Kitty and the nurse were not alone in their admiration.

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  • She grew more contented with age.
  • It’s hard to get her to consider a change because she is so contented with the way things are.

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