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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • "Don’t disturb yourself," interposed the elder.
  • "Allow me, gentlemen, allow me one minute more," interposed Mitya, putting his elbows on the table and covering his face with his hands.
  • "We will continue," interposed Nikolay Parfenovitch.
  • "I will follow your sensible advice entirely," the prosecutor interposed, addressing Mitya.
  • "Shouldn’t we have some tea first?" interposed Nikolay Parfenovitch, "I think we’ve deserved it!"
  • " "Brother," Alyosha interposed, "restrain yourself.
  • "Brother," interposed Alyosha—his heart sank with terror, but he still seemed to hope to bring Ivan to reason—"how could he have told you of Smerdyakov’s death before I came, when no one knew of it and there was no time for any one to know of it?"
  • You said so just now," Alyosha interposed.

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  • Michael moved in front of the machine, interposing himself between Octavian and the two Greek demigods.
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