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  • I thought of a student of Kazan whom I had known in the days of the past, of a young fellow from Viatka who, pale-browed, and sententious of diction, might almost have been brother to the ex - soldier himself.

    Through Russia

  • It was only in Paul that the grandfather's aesthetic faculty revived, and Mrs. Ambrose used often to say to her husband, as they watched the little pale-browed boy poring over an old number of the Art Journal: "Paul will know how to appreciate your father's treasures."

    In Trust

  • I thought of a student of Kazan whom I had known in the days of the past, of a young fellow from Viatka who, pale-browed, and sententious of diction, might almost have been brother to the ex-soldier himself.

    Through Russia

  • It was only in Paul that the grandfather's aesthetic faculty revived, and Mrs. Ambrose used often to say to her husband, as they watched the little pale-browed boy poring over an old number of the

    The Hermit and the Wild Woman

  • He did not perceive me, and even if he had, what should I have been to him -- a pale-browed student, whose thought, large and expansive, was filled with the noble, the philanthropic, and the great.

    Autobiography of a female slave,

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