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progressive
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • I know for a fact there are people who at every blow are worked up to sensuality, to literal sensuality, which increases progressively at every blow they inflict.
  • "Hitherto at least I have stood in the front ranks of all that is progressive in Europe, and here the new generation positively ignores us," he thought.
  • And a pliable imagination persuaded her, we must suppose, for a brief moment, that Fyodor Pavlovitch, in spite of his parasitic position, was one of the bold and ironical spirits of that progressive epoch, though he was, in fact, an ill-natured buffoon and nothing more.
  • And he really has put in a progressive idea.
  • As for the President of our Court, I can only say that he was a humane and cultured man, who had a practical knowledge of his work and progressive views.

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