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And again: "I am never aware of an awareness" (ib.).
I had long been aware of certain circumstances which bound the General to him; I had long been aware that in Russia they had hatched some scheme together although I did not know whether the plot had come to anything, or whether it was still only in the stage of being talked of.
"You are not aware, perhaps, that I have had a visitor this morning.
The general and his wife were aware of this agreement, and, therefore, when Totski suggested himself for one of the sisters, the parents made no doubt that one of the two elder girls would probably accept the offer, since Totski would certainly make no difficulty as to dowry.
She was aware of a flutter within, such as she had never known before, but in no way did it disturb her outward serenity.
There was an effort in the way that, while her arms rested on the table, her hands with evident weariness supported her head; but at the moment I took this in I had already become aware that, in spite of my entrance, her attitude strangely persisted.
This question it never entered his mind to ask himself; yet he was fully aware of how exclusively favoured he was.
Most people are aware of the curious struggle which arose during the Federal war between the guns and armor of iron-plated ships.
"Never mind," said the coadjutor; "you must be well aware that this requires reflection."
"We are very well aware of that, since nothing but the square itself has been left for us."
Harley Street, Cavendish Square, was more than aware of Mr and Mrs Merdle.
New York is more deeply interested in these considerations than such of her citizens as contend for limiting the power of the Union to external taxation may be aware of.
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