1 To pacify Mary, and perhaps screen her own embarrassment, Anne did move quietly to the window.
2 Sir Henry had to assure him that it was not so and pacify him by giving him a considerable part of his old wardrobe, the London outfit having now all arrived.
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3 Meantime, Teta Elzbieta would go and beg, over in the Hyde Park district, and the children would bring home enough to pacify Aniele, and keep them all alive.
4 But she could not pacify herself with these reflections; a feeling akin to remorse troubled her when she thought of her visit.
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5 Pearl, seeing the rose-bushes, began to cry for a red rose, and would not be pacified.
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6 Darya Alexandrovna meanwhile having pacified the child, and knowing from the sound of the carriage that he had gone off, went back again to her bedroom.
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7 Levin, guilty and shamefaced, but pacified, went back to his hotel.
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8 He had been unwilling to go to bed and had made a scene; whereupon she had taken charge of him and pacified him as well as she could.
9 Haley stood there in very ill humor, having ridden hard the night before, and being not at all pacified by his ill success in recapturing his prey.
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10 It pacified me, in fact, so much, that I did not raise an alarm.
11 At last Aniele succeeded in pacifying her, and she essayed the ascent; then, however, she had to be stopped while the old woman cautioned her about the floor of the garret.