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1  Entering the courtyard, the britchka halted before a moderate-sized mansion.
Dead Souls By Nikolai Gogol
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2  Only when the equipage had entered the courtyard did it stand revealed as a light spring britchka.
Dead Souls By Nikolai Gogol
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3  "It has been rather too much of a good thing," remarked Chichikov as the vehicle issued from the courtyard.
Dead Souls By Nikolai Gogol
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4  Seizing his cap, and casting all ceremony to the winds, he fled from the house, and rushed through the courtyard.
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5  The britchka bounded over the cobblestones, and at length turned into the hostelry's courtyard, where the travellers were met by Petrushka.
Dead Souls By Nikolai Gogol
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6  Yet far better would it have been for them if they had been clad in plain striped smocks, and running about the courtyard like peasant children.
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7  Entering a mean, dirty courtyard covered with glass, they passed thence into a cellar where a number of customers were seated around small wooden tables.
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8  Indeed, had any one, on a slushy winter's morning, glanced from a window into the said courtyard, he would have seen Plushkin's servitors performing saltatory feats worthy of the most vigorous of stage-dancers.
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9  But one morning he noticed, on moving to the window after breakfast, that not a word was proceeding either from the butler or the housekeeper, but that, on the contrary, the courtyard seemed to smack of a certain bustle and excitement.
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10  Evidently durability had been considered throughout, for the courtyard was enclosed by a strong and very high wooden fence, and both the stables, the coach-house, and the culinary premises were partially constructed of beams warranted to last for centuries.
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11  In the centre of the courtyard two great lime trees covered half the surrounding space with shade, while beneath them were ranged a number of wooden benches, and the whole was encircled with a ring of blossoming lilacs and cherry trees which, like a beaded necklace, reinforced the wooden fence, and almost buried it beneath their clusters of leaves and flowers.
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12  True, at intervals he would say, while gazing from the verandah to the courtyard, and from the courtyard to the pond, that it would be indeed splendid if a carriage drive could suddenly materialise, and the pond as suddenly become spanned with a stone bridge, and little shops as suddenly arise whence pedlars could dispense the petty merchandise of the kind which peasantry most need.
Dead Souls By Nikolai Gogol
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