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1  It hurt so terribly to cry, but not so much as not being able to cry.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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2  She feared she might faint at an explosion and not be able to reach the cellar.
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3  And your poor mother taking to her bed with it and me not able to hold up me head.
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4  He not only brought Maybelle the satin but he was able to give excellent hints on the making of the wedding dress.
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5  Melanie felt it keenly that they had not been able to get a lock of Carey's hair to send to his mother in Alabama.
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6  The Yankee gunboats had tightened the mesh at the ports and very few ships were now able to slip past the blockade.
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7  His habits of living and his ideas changed, but his manners he would not change, even had he been able to change them.
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8  Scarlett obediently sat down before the tray, wondering if she would be able to get any food into her stomach and still have room to breathe.
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9  Your mother agreed, providing he was able to jump the pasture fence, for, she said, there would be a lot of rough riding to be done in the army.
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10  Scarlett would have given anything to be able to provide the rest of the uniform, but the necessary materials were simply not to be had in Atlanta.
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11  At least, she had the cow and the calf, a few shoats and the horse, and the neighbors had nothing but the little they had been able to hide in the woods and bury in the ground.
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12  When she was able to bear the sniffling noise no longer, Scarlett turned and pinched her viciously, causing Prissy to scream in good earnest before she relapsed into frightened silence.
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13  She was as forthright and simple as the winds that blew over Tara and the yellow river that wound about it, and to the end of her days she would never be able to understand a complexity.
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14  It was Gerald's headstrong and impetuous nature in her that gave them concern, and they sometimes feared they would not be able to conceal her damaging qualities until she had made a good match.
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15  We nurse the men and help the doctors and make bandages and clothes and when the men are well enough to leave the hospitals we take them into our homes to convalesce till they are able to go back in the army.
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16  She went back toward her father with the reviving liquor, thanking Heaven that the famous O'Hara head had not been able to survive last night's bout and wondering suddenly if Rhett Butler had had anything to do with that.
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17  To make matters worse, there was only one railroad line from Wilmington to Richmond and, while thousands of barrels of flour and boxes of bacon spoiled and rotted in wayside stations for want of transportation, speculators with wines, taffetas and coffee to sell seemed always able to get their goods to Richmond two days after they were landed at Wilmington.
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