1 At the moment when Fauchelevent entered, this double form of preoccupation was imprinted on the countenance of the prioress, who was that wise and charming Mademoiselle de Blemeur, Mother Innocente, who was ordinarily cheerful.
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2 He had one other preoccupation, to educate himself; he called this also, delivering himself.
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3 Jondrette had allowed his pipe to go out, a serious sign of preoccupation, and had again seated himself.
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4 It was at the most intense point of this preoccupation that Enjolras accosted him.
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5 His preoccupation must indeed have been very profound for him not to insist on this alarming rescue through the sewer, and for him not to even notice Jean Valjean's silence after his question.
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6 Then, no doubt under the pressure of some supreme preoccupation, he made an effort, drew himself up into a sitting posture and dressed himself.
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7 The couple, then, although they had not seen each other for eight days, and during that time serious events had taken place in which both were concerned, accosted each other with a degree of preoccupation.
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8 To this preoccupation of his vanity, d'Artagnan at this moment joined an uneasiness much less selfish.
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9 In such cases extreme preoccupation is only to be combated by extreme carelessness.
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10 Scarlett turned away from Mammy with studied nonchalance, thankful that her face had been unnoticed in Mammy's preoccupation with the matter of the shawl.
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11 Miss Bart was a keen reader of her own heart, and she saw that her sudden preoccupation with Selden was due to the fact that his presence shed a new light on her surroundings.
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12 During the evident preoccupation of Madame de Villefort, Monte Cristo scrutinized the features and appearance of the boy she kept folded in her arms, lavishing on him the most tender endearments.
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13 Even my preoccupation about the Time Machine receded a little from my mind.
14 The Emperor rode through the streets to comfort the inhabitants, and, despite his preoccupation with state affairs, himself visited the theaters that were established by his order.
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15 However, all his movements were purely mechanical, and he had interrupted none of the habitual preoccupations of his mind and labors.
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