By Marcel Proust
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Certainly my mother's beautiful features seemed to shine again with youth that evening, as she sat gently holding my hands and trying to check my tears; but, just for that reason, it seemed to me that this should not have happened; her anger would have been less difficult to endure than this new kindness which my childhood had not known; I felt that I had with an impious and secret finger traced a first Spanish apprehensive: aprehensivo, aprensivo. ardent: ardiente. bitterness: amargura, rencor, amargor.
When you get him upon Maubant or Mme. " "That must be delightful," sighed my grandfather, in whose mind nature had unfortunately forgotten to include any capacity whatsoever for becoming passionately interested in the co-operative movement among the ladies of Sweden or in the methods employed by Maubant to get up his parts, just as it had forgotten to endow my grandmother's two sisters with a grain of that precious salt which one has oneself to 'add to taste' in order to extract any savour from a narrative of the private life of Mole or of the Comte de Paris.
Postpone: posponer, posponed, posponéis, pospone, pospongo, posponemos, posponen, pospones, pospongan, pospon, posponga. preferring: prefiriendo. reproducing: reproduciendo. resumed: reanudado. spoiled: consentido, estropeado, mal educado, mimado. substitute: sustituir, sustituto, suplente, sucedáneo. subterfuge: subterfugio. utility: utilidad. walking-stick: cayado. worldly: mundano. Marcel Proust 43 formed%of Venice, from a drawing by Titian which is supposed to have the lagoon in the background, was certainly far less accurate than what I have since derived from ordinary photographs.