1 After a time of worry and harassment, she decided to go to Wragby.
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2 So thought every harassed, hampered, respectable boy in St. Petersburg.
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3 Joe harassed him awhile, and then he got away and crossed back again.
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4 My dear count, you cannot imagine how my mind is harassed.
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5 The fear of failure in these points harassed me worse than the physical hardships of my lot; though these were no trifles.
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6 It kept up a slow fire of indignation and a trembling trouble of grief, which harassed and crushed me altogether.
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7 Cathy and her brother harassed me terribly: he was as uncomplaining as a lamb; though hardness, not gentleness, made him give little trouble.
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8 With her mind harassed by the terrible perplexity in which the shipmaster's intelligence involved her, she was also subjected to another trial.
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9 He was free from that shame, which had usually harassed him after a fall; and he could look everyone straight in the face.
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10 These doubts fretted and harassed him, growing weaker or stronger from time to time, but never leaving him.
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11 Bazarov went late to bed, and all night long he was harassed by disordered dreams.
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12 I was so harassed, so exhausted, that I would have cut my throat to put an end to it.
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13 My harassed face struck me as revolting in the extreme, pale, angry, abject, with dishevelled hair.
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14 The first was put in the pound, the second was later on somewhat harassed before the councils of war as an accomplice.
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15 In this gayety of Paris, England cracked her whip; Lord Seymour's post-chaise, harassed by a nickname from the populace, passed with great noise.
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