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1  Cold weather set in abruptly with a killing frost.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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2  Grandma rose abruptly and took Scarlett by the arm.
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3  Ashley said good night abruptly, and he did not meet Scarlett's eyes either.
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4  As the hot noisy days of August were drawing to a close the bombardment abruptly ceased.
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5  She opened her mouth to tell him why Mrs. Meade could not come and then shut it abruptly.
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6  Melanie said nothing but abruptly sat down on the floor and leaned back against the wall.
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7  But he drew rein abruptly, almost at Marietta Street, in the shadow of a warehouse not yet touched by the flames.
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8  For an eternity, it seemed, they were in the midst of flaming torment and then abruptly they were in semidarkness again.
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9  Not that India ever reproached him or even indicated by look or gesture that she was aware of his abruptly changed allegiance.
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10  Startled at the abrupt switching from the eulogy to herself, Scarlett went red with embarrassment as all eyes turned toward her.
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11  He stepped abruptly down from the wagon and, as she watched him, stunned with bewilderment, he came around to her side of the wagon.
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12  She gathered up the reins and clapped her heels against the animal's sides and then abruptly pulled him in, her face twisting with horror.
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13  But Scarlett did not laugh at this and Ashley, who had laughed, stopped abruptly as he saw Mammy shoot a quick, guarded glance at Scarlett.
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14  Scarlett came abruptly out of her dream of delight, for she had neglected to make the responses and her mother was looking at her reprovingly.
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15  Her bowing and waving were abruptly halted when Pittypat entered the room, panting as usual from climbing the stairs, and jerked her away from the window unceremoniously.
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16  Rhett turned the horse's slow feet westward from Peachtree and the wobbling wagon jounced into the rutty lane with a violence that wrenched an abruptly stifled moan from Melanie.
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17  "Mrs. Bonnell's children have the measles," said Mrs. Merriwether abruptly, showing plainly that she held Mrs. Bonnell personally responsible for permitting such a thing to happen.
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18  She disliked Melanie with a jealous dislike that grew as the days went by, and sometimes she had to leave the room abruptly when Melanie, beaming with loving pride, spoke of Ashley or read his letters aloud.
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19  She raised the glass and bolted the contents with one abrupt motion of her arm, wrist stiff, just as Gerald had always taken his neat whisky, bolted it before she thought how practiced and unbecoming it looked.
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20  There was something breathtaking in the grace of his big body which made his very entrance into a room like an abrupt physical impact, something in the impertinence and bland mockery of his dark eyes that challenged her spirit to subdue him.
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