I am ashamed to put forward such suggestions, but, incredible as it seems, that’s just what the prisoner alleges.
Everybody alleged afterwards that Mitya had turned "white as a sheet" on her entrance.
To my thinking she looked very handsome at that moment, and not at all pale, as the ladies alleged afterwards.
The same lady, bathed in tears of long-concealed indignation, alleged that he, he of all men, had despised her for her action, which, though incautious, reckless perhaps, was still dictated by lofty and generous motives.
I must note, by the way, that the prosecutor asked this question whether Fyodor Pavlovitch had really kept back part of Mitya’s inheritance with marked persistence of all the witnesses who could be asked it, not excepting Alyosha and Ivan, but he obtained no exact information from any one; all alleged that it was so, but were unable to bring forward any distinct proof.
What was important and striking about it was that one fact at least had been found, and even though this were only one tiny bit of evidence, a mere hint at evidence, it did go some little way towards proving that the bag had existed and had contained fifteen hundred roubles and that the prisoner had not been lying at the preliminary inquiry when he alleged at Mokroe that those fifteen hundred roubles were "his own."
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She alleged that she was the victim of a crime.
He alleges that there is no real deficit reduction in the Deficit Reduction Bill.