Externally, Grigory was cold, dignified and taciturn, and spoke, weighing his words, without frivolity.
And, indeed, this circumstance led to the catastrophe, the account of which forms the subject of my first introductory story, or rather the external side of it.
What made his depression so vexatious and irritating was that it had a kind of casual, external character—he felt that.
Moreover, that spiritual agony cannot be taken from them, for that suffering is not external but within them.
Soon they began to lay aside even external decorum and almost seemed to feel they had a sort of right to discard it.
But external decorum was still preserved and Father Paissy, with a stern face, continued firmly and distinctly reading aloud the Gospel, apparently not noticing what was taking place around him, though he had, in fact, observed something unusual long before.
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External trade makes up almost half of the country’s economy.