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1  At this moment light hurried steps were heard not far off, on the stairs.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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2  We will omit all the process by means of which he arrived at this last conclusion; we have run too far ahead already.
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3  Then as far as was possible, in the dim light in the kitchen, he looked over his overcoat, his trousers and his boots.
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4  Somewhere far away, it might be in the gateway, two voices were loudly and shrilly shouting, quarrelling and scolding.
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5  And yet he had a very grave problem before him, to put it back and to escape observation as far as possible in doing so.
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6  Raskolnikov pushed his way in as far as he could, and succeeded at last in seeing the object of the commotion and interest.
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7  He had not far to go; he knew indeed how many steps it was from the gate of his lodging house: exactly seven hundred and thirty.
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8  Now and then he seemed to wake up, and at such moments he noticed that it was far into the night, but it did not occur to him to get up.
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9  He was of course incapable of reflecting that it might perhaps be far better not to restore the axe at all, but to drop it later on in somebody's yard.
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10  It was a grey and heavy day, the country was exactly as he remembered it; indeed he recalled it far more vividly in his dream than he had done in memory.
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11  The little town stood on a level flat as bare as the hand, not even a willow near it; only in the far distance, a copse lay, a dark blur on the very edge of the horizon.
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12  There was no limit to his drinking powers, but he could abstain from drink altogether; he sometimes went too far in his pranks; but he could do without pranks altogether.
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13  Deep down, hidden far away out of sight all that seemed to him now--all his old past, his old thoughts, his old problems and theories, his old impressions and that picture and himself and all, all.
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14  "Poverty is not a vice, my friend, but we know you go off like powder, you can't bear a slight, I daresay you took offence at something and went too far yourself," continued Nikodim Fomitch, turning affably to Raskolnikov.
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15  On the right hand, the blank unwhitewashed wall of a four-storied house stretched far into the court; on the left, a wooden hoarding ran parallel with it for twenty paces into the court, and then turned sharply to the left.
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16  With the cry of "now," the mare tugged with all her might, but far from galloping, could scarcely move forward; she struggled with her legs, gasping and shrinking from the blows of the three whips which were showered upon her like hail.
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17  In the first place, it was evident, far too much so indeed, that Pyotr Petrovitch had made eager use of his few days in the capital to get himself up and rig himself out in expectation of his betrothed--a perfectly innocent and permissible proceeding, indeed.
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