1 A drunken man can't walk straight, we all know.
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2 Well, I can let you walk about another day or two.
3 Raskolnikov got up and began to walk about the room.
4 Walk about a bit, you won't be able to walk too far.
5 "To-morrow evening I shall take him for a walk," said Razumihin.
6 From old habit he took his usual walk in the direction of the Hay Market.
7 And you, Rodya, had better go for a little walk, and then rest and lie down before you come to see us.
8 And another thing, I'm convinced there are lots of people in Petersburg who talk to themselves as they walk.
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9 Then I'd roll the stone back so that it would look as before, would press it down with my foot and walk away.
10 To go into the street, to go a walk for appearance sake was revolting; to go back to his room, even more revolting.
11 Here his rags did not attract contemptuous attention, and one could walk about in any attire without scandalising people.
12 It had happened to him many times going home not to notice the road by which he was going, and he was accustomed to walk like that.
13 In the passage the idea had occurred to him to keep on his overcoat and walk away, and so give the two ladies a sharp and emphatic lesson and make them feel the gravity of the position.
14 It did not frighten him, but greatly annoyed him, so that he made haste to return to the town, to mingle with the crowd, to enter restaurants and taverns, to walk in busy thoroughfares.
15 There were crowds of people in the street; workmen and business people were making their way home; other people had come out for a walk; there was a smell of mortar, dust and stagnant water.
16 Avdotya Romanovna sat at the table, listening attentively, then got up again and began walking to and fro with her arms folded and her lips compressed, occasionally putting in a question, without stopping her walk.
17 She was extremely glad to escape at last; she went away looking down, hurrying to get out of sight as soon as possible, to walk the twenty steps to the turning on the right and to be at last alone, and then moving rapidly along, looking at no one, noticing nothing, to think, to remember, to meditate on every word, every detail.
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