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You were always a great deal too much in the house over there, and you have exchanged your games with the little screaming beggars for one with the grownup child, the rose-thrower-the fop, who, for your sake, and not to be recognized, covers up his purple coat with a sheepskin!
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In the prominent representative of the 'children,' Bazarov, he recognized a certain moral force, the energy of character, which favourably contrasts this strong type of realist with the puny, characterless, weak-willed type of the former generation; but having recognised the positive side of the young type, he could not but show up their shortcomings to life and before the people, and thus take their laurels from them.
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And, if the position of man in his relation to the earth he inhabits is recognized and understood, there is no unreasonableness in a God-fearing man looking to God for help and deliverance under any and all circumstances, in all the vicissitudes of life.
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If I ever recognized the hand of God in anything, I did in this; and if there was ever a time of devout thanksgiving to God, and a humbling of self before Him in my house, it was that day.
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The offer was gladly accepted, and recognized as a token especially from the Lord.
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They recognized me, for we had been together on the campaign.
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Camors recognized the Prince d'Errol.
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No recognized political party exists which does not contain some true principle; which does not respond to some legitimate aspiration of human society.
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To develop in all their strength the physical and intellectual gifts which he possessed; to make of himself the polished type of the civilization of the times; to charm women and control men; to revel in all the joys of intellect, of the senses, and of rank; to subdue as servile instincts all natural sentiments; to scorn, as chimeras and hypocrisies, all vulgar beliefs; to love nothing, fear nothing, respect nothing, save honor-such, in fine, were the duties which he recognized, and the rights which he arrogated to himself.
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He recognized a prelude of Bach, arranged by Gounod.
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She turned into the room and said, in a calm voice, a few words which brought three or four of her friends to the window; and among them Camors recognized the old man with the violin.
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As they passed the lower balustrade Camors bowed low, and they returned his salutation by a slight inclination; but he was quite sure, in spite of the veils that floated from their riding-hats, that he recognized the black-eyed singer and the young pianist.
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Camors immediately recognized the white hair and heavy black eyebrows as the same he had seen bending over the violin the night before.
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He recognized it as the voice of Madame de Tecle.
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He recognized the decision of Madame de Tecle as true and final, and was not tempted for a moment to mistake it for one of those equivocal arrangements by which women sometimes deceive themselves, and of which men always take advantage.
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A single glance recognized the writing, for she had often exchanged notes with the Marquise de Campvallon. Words of the most burning passion terminated thus: "-Always a little jealous of Mary; half vexed at having given her to you.
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As she recognized these friendly voices, so familiar to her infancy, her heart melted; but several hours' sleep had restored to her her natural courage.
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Seeing himself recognized he saluted him and stopped, with an uneasy smile on his lips.
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At that moment there was a sound of hurried footsteps; a shadowy form glided toward them from the depth of the thicket, and the next instant Camors recognized Madame de Tecle.
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In the night which followed, at two o'clock, Madame de Campvallon heard some one calling her, and recognized the voice of Daniel.
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Examples of Recognized

Example #1
Do you think, you can teach me anything about lovesick night- wanderers and women?
Example #2
But there are nevertheless laws which protect the Roman citizen from criminals and impudent seducers.
Example #3
He positively sings a requiem to the 'fathers' in the person of the Kirsanovs, and especially Paul Kirsanov, having shown up their aristocratic idealism, their sentimental aestheticism, almost in a comical light, ay almost in caricature, as he himself has justly pointed out.
Example #4
He spared neither the 'fathers' nor the 'children' and pronounced a cold and severe judgment both on the ones and the others.
Example #5
The earth was _made_ for man.
Example #6
So in the very constitution of man's being there is the highest reasonableness in prayer.