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1  But he only stroked his beard and smiled.
Dead Souls By Nikolai Gogol
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2  "Quite so," agreed Chichikov with a smile.
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3  "No, madam," replied Chichikov with a smile.
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4  And Manilov smiled his very pleasantest smile.
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5  And Manilov smiled his very pleasantest smile.
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6  "I cannot allow that," objected the smiling Manilov.
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7  "Ah, you ARE so," interrupted Manilov with his fixed and engaging smile.
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8  Kostanzhoglo smiled, while realising that the compliment was scarcely deserved.
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9  The face was, as it were, dreaming, even though from time to time an ironical smile disturbed it.
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10  Always the same, always unapproachable, this functionary could never in his life have smiled or asked civilly after an acquaintance's health.
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11  And, kissing the boy's head, he turned to Manilov and Madame with the slight smile which one assumes before assuring parents of the guileless merits of their offspring.
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12  In proportion as the britchka drew nearer and nearer to the verandah, the host's eyes assumed a more and more delighted expression, and his smile a broader and broader sweep.
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13  Accordingly he peeped through the chink of the door whence her head had recently protruded, and, on seeing her seated at a tea table, entered and greeted her with a cheerful, kindly smile.
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14  That is to say, should he not play the fool in a buffet to such an extent as to make very one smile, you may be sure that he was engaged in lying to a degree which at times abashed even himself.
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15  To all appearances the thoughts, the calculations, and the projects which were now reflected in his face partook of a pleasant nature, since momentarily they kept leaving behind them a satisfied smile.
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16  Beside them was their tutor, who bowed politely and smiled; after which the hostess took her seat before her soup plate, and the guest of honour found himself esconsed between her and the master of the house, while the servant tied up the boys' necks in bibs.
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17  The same expression may be discerned on the faces of subordinate officials when, the newly arrived Director having made his inspection, the said officials are beginning to get over their first sense of awe on perceiving that he has found much to commend, and that he can even go so far as to jest and utter a few words of smiling approval.
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