1 Her arms ached from swinging the wide palmetto leaf.
2 Sometimes my arms ache all night from tugging at him.
3 It ached in cold weather and the wooden peg was neither well padded nor comfortable.
4 This was one stone wall too many and she suddenly felt so tired that her bones ached.
5 Her head ached from the heat and she could feel her basque, soaking wet from perspiration, sticking to her.
6 She must not let them come to life now; there was all the rest of her life ahead of her in which they could ache.
7 The edge in his voice spoke of a raw, unhealed wound that ached within him and his words brought shame to her eyes.
8 Scarlett thought of the rows of cotton beneath the glaring coppery sky at Tara and how her back had ached as she bent over them.
9 She sank gratefully into a chair, her back, which always ached these days, feeling as though it would break in two at the waist line.
10 Muscles she did not know she possessed ached from her unaccustomed exertions of the night before and every movement brought sharp pain.
11 For a brief instant Scarlett saw the long hot days in the cotton field, felt again the terrible ache in her back, the raw bruised flesh of her shoulders.
12 As she stood, hesitant, wondering where she could hide until the ache in her breast subsided a little, a thought came to her, bringing a small ray of hope.
13 If they fell a little short of this, it was not their fault, for no one could take out of her heart the ache that throbbed whenever Ashley's name was mentioned.
14 Some of them lacked an arm or a leg or an eye, many had scars which would ache in rainy weather if they lived for seventy years but these seemed small matters now.
15 But there were some nights when even brandy would not still the ache in her heart, the ache that was even stronger than fear of losing the mills, the ache to see Tara again.
16 Gerald knelt beside her, and Scarlett and Suellen took their accustomed places on the opposite side of the table, folding their voluminous petticoats in pads under their knees, so they would ache less from contact with the hard floor.
17 Flies, mosquitoes and gnats hovered in droning, singing swarms over the wards, tormenting the men to curses and weak sobs; and Scarlett, scratching her own mosquito bites, swung palmetto fans until her shoulders ached and she wished that all the men were dead.
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