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1  Scarlett made a mouth of bored impatience.
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2  "Of course I will," Scarlett said automatically.
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3  "I hope it doesn't rain tomorrow," said Scarlett.
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4  I know about that, said Scarlett in disappointment.
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5  Besides, when Scarlett gets mad, everybody knows it.
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6  "I couldn't help him buzzing," Scarlett shrugged negligently.
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7  "You know there isn't going to be any war," said Scarlett, bored.
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8  Some time had passed before they realized that Scarlett was having very little to say.
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9  Scarlett seemed to be paying little attention to what they said, although she made the correct answers.
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10  Scarlett O'Hara was not beautiful, but men seldom realized it when caught by her charm as the Tarleton twins were.
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11  The boys bowed, shook hands and told Scarlett they'd be over at the Wilkeses' early in the morning, waiting for her.
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12  Although they considered themselves Scarlett's favored suitors, they had never before gained tokens of this favor so easily.
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13  But they were loath to face their mother and they lingered on the porch of Tara, momentarily expecting Scarlett to give them an invitation to supper.
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14  From within the house floated the soft voice of Scarlett's mother, Ellen O'Hara, as she called to the little black girl who carried her basket of keys.
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15  Scarlett's face did not change but her lips went white--like a person who has received a stunning blow without warning and who, in the first moments of shock, does not realize what has happened.
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16  Stuart and Brent considered their latest expulsion a fine joke, and Scarlett, who had not willingly opened a book since leaving the Fayetteville Female Academy the year before, thought it just as amusing as they did.
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17  The big brute--he's a grand horse, Scarlett; you must tell your pa to come over and see him right away--he'd already bitten a hunk out of his groom on the way down here and he'd trampled two of Ma's darkies who met the train at Jonesboro.
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