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1  Yes, that's what I like about her.
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2  "Oh, I forgot about that," said Brent hastily.
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3  I know about that, said Scarlett in disappointment.
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4  She laughed like everything when we told her about it.
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5  They are kind of queer about music and books and scenery.
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6  "I know you two don't care about being expelled, or Tom either," she said.
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7  I swear I don't want to go home and listen to Ma take on about us being expelled.
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8  She don't go around being cold and hateful when she's mad--she tells you about it.
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9  There hasn't been any fun at any party this spring because the boys can't talk about anything else.
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10  And just before we got home, he'd about kicked the stable down and half-killed Strawberry, Ma's old stallion.
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11  For the present they were quite satisfied to be in accord again about one girl, for they had no jealousies between them.
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12  Just because we've been away and didn't know about the barbecue and the ball, that's no reason why we shouldn't get plenty of dances tomorrow night.
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13  He's a small farmer, not a big planter, and if the boys thought enough of him to elect him lieutenant, then it's not for any darky to talk impudent about him.
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14  Why, I'll bet you Ma is still so excited about the new horse that she'll never even realize we're home again till she sits down to supper tonight and sees Boyd.
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15  Why, Ashley Wilkes and his father told Pa just last week that our commissioners in Washington would come to--to--an--amicable agreement with Mr. Lincoln about the Confederacy.
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16  All that bothers me is that some one of these days you're both going to get lickered up and jealous of each other about that two-faced, little, green-eyed baggage, and you'll shoot each other.
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17  Filled with new enthusiasm by their success, they lingered on, talking about the barbecue and the ball and Ashley Wilkes and Melanie Hamilton, interrupting each other, making jokes and laughing at them, hinting broadly for invitations to supper.
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