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1  But I will tell you it from the beginning.
Anna Karenina(V1) By Leo Tolstoy
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2  Vronsky was in fact beginning, prematurely, to get a little bald.
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3  "Alexander, Alexander," she whispered, moving to him and beginning to weep.
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4  "No," Dolly was beginning, but Anna cut her short, kissing her hand once more.
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5  He assented to what his brother said, but he could not help beginning to think of other things.
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6  This chance did not present itself, and till the beginning of June Darya Alexandrovna stayed alone in the country.
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7  She had not been near Anna again since the beginning of the evening, and now again she saw her suddenly quite new and surprising.
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8  She felt as though everything were beginning to be double in her soul, just as objects sometimes appear double to over-tired eyes.
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9  After dinner, and till the beginning of the evening, Kitty was feeling a sensation akin to the sensation of a young man before a battle.
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10  They had lived just the life that to Levin seemed the ideal of perfection, and that he had dreamed of beginning with his wife, his family.
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11  "Oh, yes," she said, and she began telling him about everything from the beginning: her journey with Countess Vronskaya, her arrival, the accident at the station.
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12  The ball was only just beginning as Kitty and her mother walked up the great staircase, flooded with light, and lined with flowers and footmen in powder and red coats.
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13  Tit kept moving on, without stopping, not showing the slightest weariness, but Levin was already beginning to be afraid he would not be able to keep it up: he was so tired.
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14  But before the mazurka, when they were beginning to rearrange the chairs and a few couples moved out of the smaller rooms into the big room, a moment of despair and horror came for Kitty.
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15  When she thought of Vronsky, it seemed to her that he did not love her, that he was already beginning to be tired of her, that she could not offer herself to him, and she felt bitter against him for it.
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16  When the three-mile steeplechase was beginning, she bent forward and gazed with fixed eyes at Vronsky as he went up to his horse and mounted, and at the same time she heard that loathsome, never-ceasing voice of her husband.
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17  From the rooms came a constant, steady hum, as from a hive, and the rustle of movement; and while on the landing between trees they gave last touches to their hair and dresses before the mirror, they heard from the ballroom the careful, distinct notes of the fiddles of the orchestra beginning the first waltz.
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