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1  It cannot be, as I understand it.
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2  She had said: "No, that cannot be."
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3  Of my fault and my remorse I cannot speak, because.
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4  Remember, cannot nine years of my life atone for an instant.
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5  So it had to be, and I cannot complain of anyone or anything.
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6  But if even that cannot be, command me to disappear, and I disappear.
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7  "No, she does not love him and cannot love him," he decided to himself.
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8  I cannot be made unhappy by the fact that a contemptible woman has committed a crime.
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9  No," he said to himself, "however good that life of simplicity and toil may be, I cannot go back to it.
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10  "But our relations cannot be the same as always," Anna began in a timid voice, looking at him with dismay.
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11  I made a mistake in linking my life to hers; but there was nothing wrong in my mistake, and so I cannot be unhappy.
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12  I cannot in any case agree with Keiss that my whole conception of the external world has been derived from perceptions.
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13  "I imagine one cannot exonerate such a man from blame, though he is your brother," said Alexey Alexandrovitch severely.
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14  "I cannot admit it," said Sergey Ivanovitch, with his habitual clearness, precision of expression, and elegance of phrase.
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15  And take note: if there is an early stage of tuberculous process, of which we cannot be certain, a foreign tour will be of no use.
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16  Yes, she was unhappy before, but proud and at peace; and now she cannot be at peace and feel secure in her dignity, though she does not show it.
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17  The family cannot be broken up by a whim, a caprice, or even by the sin of one of the partners in the marriage, and our life must go on as it has done in the past.
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18  I consider jealousy, as you know, a humiliating and degrading feeling, and I shall never allow myself to be influenced by it; but there are certain rules of decorum which cannot be disregarded with impunity.
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19  The Countess Nordston and Levin got into that relation with one another not seldom seen in society, when two persons, who remain externally on friendly terms, despise each other to such a degree that they cannot even take each other seriously, and cannot even be offended by each other.
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20  Every man who knows to the minutest details all the complexity of the conditions surrounding him, cannot help imagining that the complexity of these conditions, and the difficulty of making them clear, is something exceptional and personal, peculiar to himself, and never supposes that others are surrounded by just as complicated an array of personal affairs as he is.
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