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1  Razumihin was in extraordinary excitement.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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2  All this gave him extraordinary inward satisfaction.
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3  All these facts she gave with extraordinary minuteness.
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4  I simply hinted that an 'extraordinary' man has the right.
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5  Certainly to Porfiry, Razumihin shouted in extraordinary excitement.
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6  And his drowsiness and stupefaction were followed by an extraordinary, feverish, as it were distracted haste.
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7  In a morbid condition of the brain, dreams often have a singular actuality, vividness, and extraordinary semblance of reality.
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8  But extraordinary men have a right to commit any crime and to transgress the law in any way, just because they are extraordinary.
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9  The only difference is that I don't contend that extraordinary people are always bound to commit breaches of morals, as you call it.
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10  As for my division of people into ordinary and extraordinary, I acknowledge that it's somewhat arbitrary, but I don't insist upon exact numbers.
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11  The extraordinary ferocity with which Razumihin received this "spontaneous" mirth gave the whole scene the appearance of most genuine fun and naturalness.
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12  Her hair was dark brown, a little lighter than her brother's; there was a proud light in her almost black eyes and yet at times a look of extraordinary kindness.
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13  Of course it was a chance, but he could not shake off a very extraordinary impression, and here someone seemed to be speaking expressly for him; the student began telling his friend various details about Alyona Ivanovna.
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14  Amalia Ivanovna, too, suddenly acquired extraordinary importance in Katerina Ivanovna's eyes and was treated by her with extraordinary respect, probably only because Amalia Ivanovna had thrown herself heart and soul into the preparations.
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15  Listening to Sonia with dignity, Katerina Ivanovna inquired with equal dignity how Pyotr Petrovitch was, then at once whispered almost aloud to Raskolnikov that it certainly would have been strange for a man of Pyotr Petrovitch's position and standing to find himself in such "extraordinary company," in spite of his devotion to her family and his old friendship with her father.
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