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  • But Fetyukovitch began his cross-examination.
  • So Alyosha’s cross-examination ended.
  • It was then Fetyukovitch began his cross-examination.
  • Fetyukovitch began his cross-examination.
  • Grushenka’s cross-examination did not last long and, of course, there could be nothing particularly new in her evidence.
  • The prosecutor and counsel for the defense began cross-examining her, chiefly to ascertain what had induced her to conceal such a document and to give her evidence in quite a different tone and spirit just before.
  • At last the counsel for the defense began to cross-examine him, and the first question he asked was about the envelope in which Fyodor Pavlovitch was supposed to have put three thousand roubles for "a certain person."
  • When Fetyukovitch had to cross-examine him, he scarcely tried to refute his evidence, but began asking him about an incident at the first carousal at Mokroe, a month before the arrest, when Timofey and another peasant called Akim had picked up on the floor in the passage a hundred roubles dropped by Mitya when he was drunk, and had given them to Trifon Borissovitch and received a rouble each from him for doing so.
  • We’ve cross-examined him several times."
  • I have cross-examined him several times," Nikolay Parfenovitch confirmed warmly.
  • "He’s been severely cross-examined," observed Alyosha thoughtfully; "but every one came to the conclusion it was not he.
  • When, after Rakitin’s cross-examination, the President asked the prisoner if he had anything to say, Mitya cried loudly: "Since I’ve been arrested, he has borrowed money from me!

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  • Prosecutors expect to wrap up their cross-examination tomorrow.
  • On cross-examination, their expert witness seemed less like an expert.

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