1 They had not met since their Sunday afternoon walk at Bellomont, and that episode was still so vivid to her that she could hardly believe him to be less conscious of it.
2 Under ordinary circumstances, there would have been nothing surprising in an invitation from Bertha Dorset; but since the Bellomont episode an unavowed hostility had kept the two women apart.
3 Carry had in fact come dangerously near to being involved in the episode of Mrs. Norma Hatch, and it had taken some verbal ingenuity to extricate herself.
4 The episode of Nettie Crane's timely rescue from disease had been one of the most satisfying incidents of her connection with Gerty's charitable work.
5 As she reached the street she realized that she felt stronger and happier: the little episode had done her good.
6 We went on our way up stairs after this episode; and, as we were going up, we met a gentleman groping his way down.
7 The episode of the elections served as a good occasion for a capital dinner.
8 He was reading a brown-backed volume, but as the crowd approached he laid it aside, and listened attentively to an account of the episode.
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9 There was, however, gradually evolved from its transformation scenes a less extravagant episode, in which the heath dimly appeared behind the general brilliancy of the action.
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10 The episode ended well, for both Heron and Wallis laughed indulgently at the irreverence.
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11 Now I shall learn something pleasant, I am sure; for it will tell me the other side of a true love episode of which I know one side already.
12 He narrated that episode so persistently and with so important an air that everyone believed in the merit and usefulness of his deed, and he had obtained two decorations for Austerlitz.
13 Before Sonya and her mother, if Boris happened to be mentioned, she spoke quite freely of that episode as of some childish, long-forgotten matter that was not worth mentioning.
14 The old woman confirmed the fact regarding the coat lined with millions, and narrated to him the episode of the thousand-franc bill.
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15 de Treville, who had received the account of the adventure from the mouths of the heroes of it, related it in all its details to his Eminence, not forgetting the episode of the napkin.
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