1 And sighing disdainfully, he again changed his position.
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2 The unknown general looked disdainfully down at Kozlovski, who was rather short, as if surprised that anyone should not know him.
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3 His eyes narrowed disdainfully, he entered the room of the Minister of War with peculiarly deliberate steps.
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4 The round, steady, hawk's eyes looked before him eagerly and rather disdainfully, not resting on anything although his movements were still slow and measured.
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5 I got him his appointment in the service, said the prince disdainfully.
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6 But this was only a momentary feeling and Count Rostopchin smiled disdainfully at himself.
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7 "It is different in India," said Mistress Mary disdainfully.
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8 "I am on the point of starting on a journey," replied Morrel disdainfully.
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9 When I met him on his rounds now, I thought he carried his head more disdainfully than ever, and strode up the steps of front porches and rang doorbells with more assurance.
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10 George drew himself up, and smiled disdainfully.
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11 Gavroche disdainfully contented himself, by way of reprisal, with elevating the tip of his nose with his thumb and opening his hand wide.
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12 "That comes of wearing diamonds, my master," said Athos, disdainfully.
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13 Miss Dartle turned her head disdainfully towards him.
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14 Thus saying, Mrs. Sparsit, with her Roman features like a medal struck to commemorate her scorn of Mr. Bounderby, surveyed him fixedly from head to foot, swept disdainfully past him, and ascended the staircase.
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15 It is necessary to walk one's path discreetly; the apostleship does not disdain the canonship.
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