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The name of the first was Maria Dmitrievna Kalitine.
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Maria Dmitrievna married him for love.
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Maria Dmitrievna, whose maiden name was Pestof, lost her parents while she was still a child.
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Maria Dmitrievna inherited Pokrovskoe, but she did not long reside there.
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Maria Dmitrievna often secretly regretted her beautiful Pokrovskoe, with its joyous brook, its sweeping meadows, and its verdant woods, but she never opposed her husband in any thing, having the highest respect for his judgment and his knowledge of the world.
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And when he died, after fifteen years of married life, leaving behind him a son and two daughters, Maria Dmitrievna had grown so accustomed to her house and to a town life, that she had no inclination to change her residence.
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In her youth Maria Dmitrievna had enjoyed the reputation of being a pretty blonde, and even in her fiftieth year her features were not unattractive, though they had lost somewhat of their fineness and delicacy.
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The old lady who was sitting at the window with Maria Dmitrievna was her father's sister, the aunt with whom she had formerly spent so many lonely years at Pokrovskoe.
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Maria Dmitrievna was rather afraid of her.
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Maria Dmitrievna arranged her curls.
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He bowed first to the mistress of the house, then to Marfa Timofeevna, and afterwards, having slowly taken off his gloves, he approached Maria Dmitrievna and respectfully kissed her hand twice.
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To be sure he married for love; and from such love-matches no good ever comes," added the old lady, casting a side glance at Maria Dmitrievna.
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Maria Dmitrievna lifted her eyes towards heaven.
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Maria Dmitrievna rose from her chair.
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Maria Dmitrievna went to the window.
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But its rider, who took its proceedings very quietly, gripped the saddle firmly with his knees, laid his whip across the horse's neck, and forced it, in spite of its resistance, to return to the window, "_Prenez garde, prenez garde_," Maria Dmitrievna kept calling out.
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Maria Dmitrievna's elder daughter, Liza.
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To Maria Dmitrievna's house he had obtained access as soon as he arrived in O., and he soon made himself thoroughly at home in it.
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As to Maria Dmitrievna herself, she thought there was nobody in the world to be compared with him.
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Panshine bowed in an engaging manner to all the occupants of the room; shook hands with Maria Dmitrievna and Elizaveta Mikhailovna, lightly tapped Gedeonovsky on the shoulder, and, turning on his heels, took Lenochka's head between his hands and kissed her on the forehead.
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Examples of Dmitrievna

Example #1
Her husband, who had formerly occupied the post of Provincial Procurator, and who was well known in his day as a good man of business-a man of bilious temperament, confident, resolute, and enterprising-had been dead ten years.
Example #2
At an open window, in a handsome mansion situated in one of the outlying streets of O., the chief town of the government of that name-it was in the year 1842-there were sitting two ladies, the one about fifty years old, the other an old woman of seventy.
Example #3
He was good-looking, he had plenty of sense, and, when he liked, he could be very agreeable.
Example #4
He had received a good education, and had studied at the university, but as the family from which he sprang was a poor one, he had early recognized the necessity of making a career for himself and of gaining money.
Example #5
She spent several years in an Institute at Moscow, and then went to live with her brother and one of her aunts at Pokrovskoe, a family estate situated fifteen versts from O. Soon afterwards her brother was called away on duty to St. Petersburgh, and, until a sudden death put an end to his career, he kept his aunt and sister with only just enough for them to live upon.