1 After the rule of the Carmelites, who go barefoot, wear a bit of willow on their throats, and never sit down, the harshest rule is that of the Bernardines-Benedictines of Martin Verga.
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2 If the decision has been to go barefoot, all go barefoot.
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3 This family was that of the merry barefoot boy.
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4 One cannot go barefoot to the good God, he added bitterly.
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5 There flowed in her veins some of the blood of the bohemian and the adventuress who runs barefoot.
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6 their shoes and stand barefoot on the flagstones while they are.
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7 A door opened to the right, and an emaciated sallow man on crutches, barefoot and in underclothing, limped out and, leaning against the doorpost, looked with glittering envious eyes at those who were passing.
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8 There was one pilgrim, a quiet pockmarked little woman of fifty called Theodosia, who for over thirty years had gone about barefoot and worn heavy chains.
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9 The old man was already sitting barefoot.
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10 The sick soldier, Sokolov, pale and thin with dark shadows round his eyes, alone sat in his place barefoot and not dressed.
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11 He was almost barefoot, crawling with lice, and he was hungry, but his irascible spirit was unimpaired.
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12 Somewhere a barefoot army in dirty homespun was marching, fighting, sleeping, hungry and weary with the weariness that comes when hope is gone.
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13 Lena Lingard came across the stubble barefoot, in a short skirt, with a curved reaping-hook in her hand, and she was flushed like the dawn, with a kind of luminous rosiness all about her.
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14 As I am here beside you, barefoot, unclothed, undistinguishable in darkness, so must I lie through all the night of my decay, until I am dust.
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15 And as for looking like a ragamuffin, you should thank your stars your husband didn't come home barefooted.
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