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1  They stared in each other's faces.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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2  He pushed his way into the thickest part of it, looking at the faces.
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3  The old woman stood facing him in silence and looking inquiringly at him.
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4  The inner door was thrown wide open and inquisitive faces were peering in at it.
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5  All who met him were loathsome to him--he loathed their faces, their movements, their gestures.
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6  Raskolnikov did not sit down, but he felt unwilling to leave her, and stood facing her in perplexity.
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7  Coarse laughing faces with pipes and cigarettes and heads wearing caps thrust themselves in at the doorway.
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8  He got up, staggered, took up his jug and glass, and sat down beside the young man, facing him a little sideways.
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9  He closed his hand on the twenty copecks, walked on for ten paces, and turned facing the Neva, looking towards the palace.
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10  He scarcely looked at the passers-by, tried to escape looking at their faces at all, and to be as little noticeable as possible.
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11  His face wore that perpetual look of peevish dejection, which is so sourly printed on all faces of Jewish race without exception.
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12  They were both pale and thin; but those sick pale faces were bright with the dawn of a new future, of a full resurrection into a new life.
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13  The woman seeing a stranger stopped indifferently facing him, coming to herself for a moment and apparently wondering what he had come for.
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14  But there was nothing of the sort: he saw only the faces of clerks absorbed in petty details, then other people, no one seemed to have any concern with him.
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15  I don't know how you feel about female faces, but to my mind these sixteen years, these childish eyes, shyness and tears of bashfulness are better than beauty; and she is a perfect little picture, too.
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16  All his ideas now seemed to be circling round some single point, and he felt that there really was such a point, and that now, now, he was left facing that point--and for the first time, indeed, during the last two months.
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17  Several persons came in too from the Kapernaumovs' room; the landlord, a lame one-eyed man of strange appearance with whiskers and hair that stood up like a brush, his wife, a woman with an everlastingly scared expression, and several open-mouthed children with wonder-struck faces.
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