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“Presently she saw them all and recognized them; so she veiled and cloaked face and body and went out and stood in the door, looking at her husband and his brother and the thief and the peasant-woman; but they could not recognize her.”
“Yesterday, what did I see? — a peasant-woman washing a pair of breeches on the platform, and a great fat woman she was, and he stood behind her, simply all of a shake with laughter — yes, indeed! ...”
“I beheld a peasant-woman of fifty, bareheaded, in boots, and a sheepskin worn open.”
“A peasant-woman stopped for a minute to listen to him, but, not understanding what he said, waved her hand and went on, leaving him alone in the darkness.”
“There was once upon a time a peasant-woman who had a daughter and a step-daughter.”
“She was a country peasant-woman and a very talkative one.”
“A stout peasant-woman, dressed in black, black-haired with scarcely a trace of grey, strongly built and fierce-looking, was busy beating a mattress.”
““You only have to knock,” the peasant-woman said gruffly.”
“The crimes of foeticide and infanticide have become so common that there is scarcely a peasant-woman in Portugal not guilty of them, either as principal or accessory.”
“During a thunderstorm in France in July, 1858, a peasant-woman, on her way home from the fields, was struck down by lightning.”
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