1 He was very glad to get rid of me.
2 I had let myself get too slovenly.
3 And yet I must get rid of it somehow.
4 I'll get my teeth into his hand, I'll bite him.
5 If you catch anything you may not get rid of it.
6 It's not easy to get over an illness in your way of life.
7 For some reason I believe that if I write it down I should get rid of it.
8 Some women get up quarrels with their husbands just because they love them.
9 As though of design I used to get into trouble in cases when I was not to blame in any way.
10 The handsome beaver replaced the mean-looking raccoon, and I began by degrees to get to work.
11 I went to the office, however, as usual, but sneaked away home two hours earlier to get ready.
12 But when you are dying, all will abandon you, all will turn away from you, for then there will be nothing to get from you.
13 It came back vividly to my mind a few days ago, and has remained haunting me like an annoying tune that one cannot get rid of.
14 Well, with seven roubles each," said Trudolyubov, "twenty-one roubles between the three of us, we ought to be able to get a good dinner.
15 "It's by pictures, pictures like that one must get at you," I thought to myself, though I did speak with real feeling, and all at once I flushed crimson.
16 I attempted to get on friendly terms with some of my schoolfellows; but somehow or other my intimacy with them was always strained and soon ended of itself.
17 I made a rush for the roughly made sledge; but as soon as I raised my foot to get into it, the recollection of how Simonov had just given me six roubles seemed to double me up and I tumbled into the sledge like a sack.
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