1 That is a special request on my part.
2 But no special aptitude in any branch of learning did he display.
3 The man whom I mentioned is a genius indeed, and I intend not only to promote him over the rest, but also to create for him a special Department.
4 Pavel Petrovitch was left alone, and he looked round this time with special attention.
5 Sometimes he fancied that there was a change taking place in Madame Odintsov too; that there were signs in the expression of her face of something special; that, perhaps.
6 Among other things, he informed them that the governor had ordered his secretaries on special commissions to wear spurs, in case he might send them off anywhere for greater speed on horseback.
7 Madame Odintsov expressed no special surprise when Arkady told her the next day that he was going with Bazarov; she seemed tired and absorbed.
8 In such youthful, fresh feeling there is a special charm.
9 It seemed as though the old man were tormented by some special anguish.
10 There were lights burning in the windows of the house at Maryino; Prokofitch in a black frockcoat and white gloves, with a special solemnity, laid the table for seven.
11 Anyway, gentlemen, I shall welcome both views as an honour and a special favour.
12 In our school the boys' faces seemed in a special way to degenerate and grow stupider.
13 The lively song gave a special flavor to the tone of free and easy gaiety with which Zherkov spoke, and to the intentional coldness of Dolokhov's reply.
14 Evidently these fugitives were allowed to pass by special permission.
15 At the chief entrance to the palace, however, an official came running out to meet him, and learning that he was a special messenger led him to another entrance.