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Her name was Marfa Timofeevna Pestof.
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Small in stature, with black hair, a sharp nose, and eyes which even in old age were still keen, Marfa Timofeevna walked briskly, held herself bolt upright, and spoke quickly but distinctly, and with a loud, high-pitched voice.
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Marfa Timofeevna looked at her with a quiet smile.
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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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Marfa Timofeevna looked up at him quickly.
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During the whole time Lavretsky was talking with the mistress of the house, with Panshine and with Marfa Timofeevna, that old gentleman had been sitting in his corner, squeezing up his eyes and shooting out his lips, while he listened with the curiosity of a child to all that was being said.
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Up stairs, in Marfa Timofeevna's room, the light of the lamp, which hung in the corner before the age-embrowned sacred pictures, fell on Lavretsky, as he sat in an arm-chair, his elbows resting on his knees, his face hidden in his hands.
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The next day Ivan Petrovich sent his father a letter, which was frigidly and ironically polite, and then betook himself to the estate of two of his second cousins,-Dmitry Pestof, and his sister Marfa Timofeevna, with the latter of whom the reader is already acquainted.
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But even those few astonished Ivan Petrovich; he was not aware that Marfa Timofeevna had taught his wife to read and write.
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The old man, who was greatly moved, bade her set her mind at rest, and immediately sent his own carriage for his daughter-in-law, calling her, for the first time, Malania Sergievna.[A] Malania arrived with her boy, and with Marfa Timofeevna, whom nothing would have induced to allow her to go alone, and who was determined not to allow her to meet with any harm.
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After Marfa Timofeevna had left her-who had conceived a perfect hatred for Glafira, and had quarrelled with her three times in the course of a single day-the poor woman at first found her position difficult and painful.
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When Marfa Timofeevna came to see her old pupil, she produced a favorable impression on Varvara Pavlovna.
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Then he got up, said good-bye, and went to pay Marfa Timofeevna a visit.
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Marfa Timofeevna was sitting in her room, surrounded by her court.
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Marfa Timofeevna had adopted her, as well as Roska, out of pity.
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No one ever claimed Roska, and as to Shurochka, she was even gladly given up to Marfa Timofeevna by her uncle, a drunken shoemaker, who never had enough to eat himself, and could still less provide food for his niece, whom he used to hit over the head with his last. As to Nastasia Carpovna, Marfa Timofeevna had made acquaintance with her on a pilgrimage, in a monastery.
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She went up to that old lady in church one day,-Nastasia Carpovna had pleased Marfa Timofeevna by praying as the latter lady said, "in very good taste"-began to talk to her, and invited her home to a cup of tea.
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She worshipped Marfa Timofeevna, who loved her dearly, although she teased her greatly about her susceptible heart.
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She lived at Marfa Timofeevna's expense, but on a footing of perfect equality with her.
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Marfa Timofeevna could not have endured any thing like servility.
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Examples of Timofeevna

Example #1
She was looked upon as an original, being a woman of an independent character, who bluntly told the truth to every one, and who, although her means were very small, behaved in society just as she would have done had she been rolling in wealth.
Example #2
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.
Example #3
She always wore a white cap, and a white _kofta_[A] always formed part of her dress.
Example #4
Maria Dmitrievna was rather afraid of her.
Example #5
Maria Dmitrievna arranged her curls.
Example #6
Here comes your agreeable man, striding along.