1 Going round a hole where the workmen were slaking lime, he stood still with the architect and began talking rather warmly.
2 Vronsky, having finished his talk with the architect, joined the ladies, and led them inside the hospital.
3 The architect wore a swallow-tail coat.
4 The architect he had already introduced to her at the hospital.
5 But Anna, seizing the first pause, at once turned to the architect to draw him out of his silence.
6 Likewise, the architect's best efforts had failed to cause the pediment to stand in the centre of the building, since the proprietor had had one of its four original columns removed.
7 "To be sure, your excellency," replied the architect.
8 The architect had told him that it was necessary, and Pierre, without knowing why, was having his enormous Petersburg house done up.
9 To the one camp belonged the old prince, Mademoiselle Bourienne, and the architect; to the other Princess Mary, Dessalles, little Nicholas, and all the old nurses and maids.
10 Neither could the architect Michael Ivanovich, who on being sent for came in with sleepy eyes, tell Princess Mary anything.
11 Danglars and his architect, who had been selected to aid the baron in the great work of improvement solely because he was the most fashionable and celebrated decorator of the day.
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12 Then he returned hastily, shut his door carefully, and began to study, like a clever architect, the plan Andrea had left him.
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13 The Saxon architect had exhausted his art in rendering the main keep defensible, and there was no other circumvallation than a rude barrier of palisades.
14 The baronet has been in communication with the architect who prepared the plans for Sir Charles, and with a contractor from London, so that we may expect great changes to begin here soon.
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15 The carriage gate and the house door were two contiguous grated gates, adjoining a pavilion built by the architect Perronet, and inhabited by the door-keeper of the cemetery.
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