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Jerry did not quite understand, but he sensed the difference and resented, without expressing in action, the wrongness and unfairness of it.
Thus he would refer to the shape of Madonna Lampiada's sumptuous eyelids, and to her shell-like ears, to the correct length and shape of Madonna Amororrisca's nose, to the lily tower of Madonna Verdespina's throat; nor would the unabashed old Florentine shrink from calling attention to the unfairness of Madonna Selvaggia's covering up her dainty bosom, just as he was about to discourse upon "those two hills of snow and of roses with two little crowns of fine rubies on their peaks.
He knew not why, had no evidence why, but he felt cruelty and power and unfairness. What he did not see was the long pin in the man's hand.
You know it's not 'timber,'" said Stepan Arkadyevitch, hoping by this distinction to convince Levin completely of the unfairness of his doubts.
Not the pain of this but its unfairness was what dazed Peter.
Don't make yourself a spectacle of unfairness as well as inconsistency, because, although I am sorry to see Tom Gradgrind reduced to his present position, I should be doubly sorry to see him brought so low as that.
I say thus much, however, since appearances call for it, that I shall allow of no insinuations cast upon me, as if I were at all partner to any unfairness in this matter.
She felt all the unfairness of the claim which her mother tacitly made to her time and sympathy, and what Mrs.
She did not know any good that could come of their meeting: she was helpless; her hands had been tied from making up to him for any unfairness in his lot.
To pack for days over the gale-swept passes or across the mosquito-ridden marshes, and to pack double the weight his comrade packed, did not involve unfairness or compulsion.
It was the unfairness of the thing which hurt Maud.
He had been in a particularly ugly mood, and a final harshness and unfairness cut her to the quick.