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1  But now she began to feel pleasure and interest in dress again.
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2  After dinner, Anna went up to her room to dress, and Dolly followed her.
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3  There was apparently nothing striking either in her dress or her attitude.
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4  Later on, as she got older, dress became more and more distasteful to her.
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5  The dress was set right, but there was nearly a quarrel with the English governess.
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6  She did not go out principally because the dress she had reckoned upon was not ready.
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7  She got up to rouse herself, and slipped off her plaid and the cape of her warm dress.
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8  A boy in Russian dress, desperately waving his arms and bowed down to the ground, overtook her.
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9  For several days before, Darya Alexandrovna was busily deliberating on how to dress all the children.
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10  In old days to go anywhere in a ball dress was a simple joy to me, I admired myself; now I feel ashamed and awkward.
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11  The English governess in altering it had made the seams in the wrong place, had taken up the sleeves too much, and altogether spoilt the dress.
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12  When he had drunk his coffee, Levin rode back again to the mowing before Sergey Ivanovitch had had time to dress and come down to the dining room.
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13  Now she did not dress for her own sake, not for the sake of her own beauty, but simply that as the mother of those exquisite creatures she might not spoil the general effect.
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14  With a flying, feminine glance she scanned her attire, and made a movement of her head, hardly perceptible, but understood by Kitty, signifying approval of her dress and her looks.
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15  Now she understood that Anna could not have been in lilac, and that her charm was just that she always stood out against her attire, that her dress could never be noticeable on her.
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16  Varenka, in her dark dress, in a black hat with a turn-down brim, was walking up and down the whole length of the arcade with a blind Frenchwoman, and, every time she met Kitty, they exchanged friendly glances.
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17  A little old man in civilian dress, arranging his gray curls before another mirror, and diffusing an odor of scent, stumbled against them on the stairs, and stood aside, evidently admiring Kitty, whom he did not know.
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18  She had only just time to go into her dressing room, sprinkle her long, pale face with powder, rub it, set her dress to rights, and order tea in the big drawing room, when one after another carriages drove up to her huge house in Bolshaia Morskaia.
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19  Her dress was not uncomfortable anywhere; her lace berthe did not droop anywhere; her rosettes were not crushed nor torn off; her pink slippers with high, hollowed-out heels did not pinch, but gladdened her feet; and the thick rolls of fair chignon kept up on her head as if they were her own hair.
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20  She was fascinating in her simple black dress, fascinating were her round arms with their bracelets, fascinating was her firm neck with its thread of pearls, fascinating the straying curls of her loose hair, fascinating the graceful, light movements of her little feet and hands, fascinating was that lovely face in its eagerness, but there was something terrible and cruel in her fascination.
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