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1  Shrinking from the cold, Levin walked rapidly, looking at the ground.
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2  He may be cold, and dressed in rags, and ashamed, but he is not unhappy.
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3  After the thunder showers of the last few days, cold, bright weather had set in.
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4  Having finished this business, he wrote a cold and cutting answer to his mother.
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5  The air was cold in the bright sun that filtered through the freshly washed leaves.
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6  "No, you were not mistaken," she said deliberately, looking desperately into his cold face.
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7  "God knows whether they are fully reconciled," thought Anna, hearing her tone, cold and composed.
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8  Kitty glanced at her sister, and the cold, rather ill-tempered expression of her face did not change.
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9  And clutching at the cold door post, she clambered up the steps and got rapidly into the corridor of the carriage.
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10  She shivered, both from the cold and from the inward horror which had clutched her with fresh force in the open air.
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11  When he got out of the train at Petersburg, he felt after his sleepless night as keen and fresh as after a cold bath.
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12  Her heart turned cold when she saw Kitty sitting on a low chair near the door, her eyes fixed immovably on a corner of the rug.
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13  When she had finished, she felt that she was cold all over, and that a fearful calamity, such as she had not expected, had burst upon her.
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14  The wind seemed as though lying in wait for her; with gleeful whistle it tried to snatch her up and bear her off, but she clung to the cold door post, and holding her skirt got down onto the platform and under the shelter of the carriages.
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15  In the trembling circles of shadow cast by the leaves, at a table, covered with a white cloth, and set with coffeepot, bread-and-butter, cheese, and cold game, sat the princess in a high cap with lilac ribbons, distributing cups and bread-and-butter.
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16  Standing still, and looking at the tops of the aspen trees waving in the wind, with their freshly washed, brightly shining leaves in the cold sunshine, she knew that they would not forgive her, that everyone and everything would be merciless to her now as was that sky, that green.
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17  Farther on, it was continually the same again and again: the same shaking and rattling, the same snow on the window, the same rapid transitions from steaming heat to cold, and back again to heat, the same passing glimpses of the same figures in the twilight, and the same voices, and Anna began to read and to understand what she read.
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