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1  He just isn't up to active service, Scarlett.
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2  Scarlett had no shame at all, only an active feeling of relief.
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3  She had missed the importance and activity of her lumber business while she was immured.
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4  Now he was gone and she was married to a man she not only did not love but for whom she had an active contempt.
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5  She was driven by a conscience which, though long suppressed, could still rise up, an active Catholic conscience.
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6  The mills had been losing money ever since she retired from active supervision, leaving Hugh and Ashley in charge.
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7  From the Leyden house down to Five Points, the street seethed with activity, the activity of an anthill just destroyed.
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8  Added to her terror of being blown to pieces was her equally active terror that Melanie's baby might arrive at any moment.
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9  Then, I fear, we will become like the Yankees, at whose money-making activities, acquisitiveness and commercialism we now sneer.
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10  Her thoughts and activities were the same as they had been in the old days, but the field of her activities had widened immensely.
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11  He had no knowledge of the dawn-till-midnight activities of these women, chained to supervision of cooking, nursing, sewing and laundering.
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12  On top of everything else, she was actually making money out of the mill, and no man could feel right about a wife who succeeded in so unwomanly an activity.
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13  They were a ragged and ruffianly appearing crew, mounted on lame and heaving horses which obviously were in too bad condition to be used for more active service.
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14  In addition to the Carpetbag gentry, substantial people from the North were moving into Atlanta, attracted by the never ceasing business activity of the town in this period of rebuilding and expansion.
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15  But they treated her deferentially, as if she were old and finished, and their constant chatter of dances and beaux made her both envious of their pleasures and resentful that her widowhood barred her from such activities.
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16  For years, the O'Haras had been in bad odor with the English constabulary on account of suspected activities against the government, and Gerald was not the first O'Hara to take his foot in his hand and quit Ireland between dawn and morning.
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17  He was as proficient as any of the other young men in the usual County diversions, hunting, gambling, dancing and politics, and was the best rider of them all; but he differed from all the rest in that these pleasant activities were not the end and aim of life to him.
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