1 We both did what we had to do without any hindrance, and when we met again at one o'clock reported it done.
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2 'Doen't fear me being any hindrance to you, I have no more to say, ma'am,' he remarked, as he moved towards the door.
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3 It seemed to her that such principles could only be a hindrance in farm management.
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4 His own peasants put every hindrance they could in the way of this new arrangement, but it was carried out, and the first year the meadows had yielded a profit almost double.
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5 The cuttlefish is no hindrance.
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6 You would be a hindrance to me, said Levin, trying to be cool.
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7 Princess Varvara is no help, but a hindrance.
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8 "Youth is no hindrance to courage," muttered Sukhtelen in a failing voice.
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9 Natasha apparently tried not to be a burden or a hindrance to anyone, but wanted nothing for herself.
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10 Petya and Natasha on the contrary, far from helping their parents, were generally a nuisance and a hindrance to everyone.
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11 This being the field marshal's frame of mind he was naturally regarded as merely a hindrance and obstacle to the impending war.
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12 She attributed immense importance to all her husband's intellectual and abstract interests though she did not understand them, and she always dreaded being a hindrance to him in such matters.
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13 I have already explained to you that what is out of the common is usually a guide rather than a hindrance.
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14 The King may do what he will without hindrance from one whom he has cruelly wronged.
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15 Pursuing these methods without hindrance, this man presently comes to be so powerful that private citizens begin to fear him, and the magistrates to treat him with respect.
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