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However, I wouldn’t change a thing about lovely Joseph Gordon-Levitt and his pained morally conflicted little face.
She’s both pained and helpless, experiencing feelings that anyone who has spent time around an unpredictable fellow human, particularly an elderly one, can recognize.
We fight against a pre-writing of a painful future and a rewriting of a pained past.
In the mean time, he was unable to arrive at any decision, and he began to be pained and disturbed in mind.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
Miss Carrington looked as she usually did when Mr. Sharp jokedit pained her and set her teeth on edge.
Pained at his manner, yet not fully realizing its significance, I slowly fall back.
Angelo, dear, she said in repentant  tone; I am sorry I pained you this afternoon; but I am jealous, so jealous of you.
THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
I am a parent, so I instructed my wife to write a letter saying how much I was pained by William's frivolity.
Heavens, with what pained looks, with what platitudes and proverbs, with what reproofs and axioms and sentiments!
Eric, with real shame, observed the pained uneasiness of her manner, and bitterly repented his share in the transaction.
ERIC, OR LITTLE BY LITTLEFREDERIC W. FARRAR

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