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1  And she blushed for her father.
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2  Anna had the faculty of blushing.
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3  He at once perceived it, and blushed too.
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4  "Yes," answered Levin, blushing for the priest.
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5  "He has gone back to the country," said Kitty, blushing.
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6  "Yes; I had no idea it would be so thrilling," said Anna, blushing.
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7  "I do nothing," answered Anna, blushing at these searching questions.
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8  The boy, blushing and making no answer, cautiously drew his hand away.
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9  Rallying her forces, Kitty went in, walked up to her, blushing, and shook hands.
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10  And he hurriedly took notes for three hundred roubles from his pocketbook, blushing a little.
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11  I am blushing now much more, much, much more, she said, blushing till the tears came into her eyes.
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12  And to her surprise Dolly saw that Anna was blushing up to her ears, up to the curly black ringlets on her neck.
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13  Kitty was looking at the door, calling up all her energies to keep her from blushing at the entrance of Konstantin Levin.
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14  "Yes, I quite remember our meeting," said Levin, and blushing crimson, he turned away immediately, and began talking to his brother.
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15  The truthful eyes told Levin that she was satisfied with herself, and in spite of her blushing he was quickly reassured and began questioning her, which was all she wanted.
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16  No," said Kitty, blushing, but looking at him all the more boldly with her truthful eyes; "a girl may be so circumstanced that she cannot live in the family without humiliation, while she herself.
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17  It seemed to Levin that he had deceived someone, that he ought to explain something, but that to explain it was impossible, and for that reason he was continually blushing, was ill at ease and awkward.
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18  When Oblonsky asked Levin what had brought him to town, Levin blushed, and was furious with himself for blushing, because he could not answer, "I have come to make your sister-in-law an offer," though that was precisely what he had come for.
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19  Levin suddenly blushed, not as grown men blush, slightly, without being themselves aware of it, but as boys blush, feeling that they are ridiculous through their shyness, and consequently ashamed of it and blushing still more, almost to the point of tears.
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20  "Oh, no, Masha, Konstantin Dmitrievitch said he could not believe in it," said Kitty, blushing for Levin, and Levin saw this, and, still more exasperated, would have answered, but Vronsky with his bright frank smile rushed to the support of the conversation, which was threatening to become disagreeable.
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