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Stanislav

[stan-uh-slahf, stan-uh-slahf; Russian stuh-nyi-slahf] /ˌstæn əˈslɑf, ˈstæn əˌslɑf; Russian stə nyɪˈslɑf/
noun
1.
former name of Ivano-Frankovsk.
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  • Pan Stanislav wished to tell him that he was going to marry.

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  • Pan Stanislav entered, and at the first moment did not recognize Pan Plavitski.

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  • Pan Stanislav thought that his looks uttered a prayer to be carried to his own country, and Svirski confirmed that thought.

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  • Unconsciously Pan Stanislav let his eyes follow the motion of the hand.

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  • “Everything in him will be broken; all will slide away from under his feet in a moment,” thought Pan Stanislav.

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  • Pan Stanislav had in his mind at that moment the same conviction and feeling.

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  • Pan Stanislav, to whom the presence of any guest was convenient, supported Bigiel.

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  • Pan Stanislav, taking her by the hand, led her out on to one of the piers.

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  • Pan Stanislav went in, and saw her in a light summer robe, like that in which he saw her at his first visit in Kremen.

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  • Pan Stanislav had a dwelling furnished as if he were about to marry.

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