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refuge
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • But the Goddess found no refuge, Found no kindly welcome there, And no temple bearing witness To the worship of the gods.
  • It’s just their defenselessness that tempts the tormentor, just the angelic confidence of the child who has no refuge and no appeal, that sets his vile blood on fire.
  • A monk was suddenly commanded by his elder to quit Athos, which he loved as a sacred place and a haven of refuge, and to go first to Jerusalem to do homage to the Holy Places and then to go to the north to Siberia: "There is the place for thee and not here."
  • And I told him how once a bear came to a great saint who had taken refuge in a tiny cell in the wood.
  • He had, all this time, taken refuge below with Grushenka, sitting dumbly beside her, and "now and then he’d begin blubbering over her and wiping his eyes with a blue check handkerchief," as Mihail Makarovitch described afterwards.

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  • The park serves as a refuge for wildlife.
  • She took refuge from the sun under a beautiful oak tree.

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