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1  Then at last we are agreed on something.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
Get Context   In CHAPTER XLVIII
2  Scarlett silently agreed with Aunt Pitty.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XII
3  I'm glad you agree with me, Miss Scarlett.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXV
4  "Yas'm, Ah sho is," Prissy agreed fervently.
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5  "The horse is hard to drive," she agreed meekly.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVIII
6  "Free darkies are certainly worthless," Scarlett agreed, completely ignoring his hint that she should sell.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVI
7  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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Get Context   In CHAPTER XVIII
8  They were impudent looking, Scarlett agreed, for they stared at her in an insolent manner, but she forgot them in the renewed shock of seeing blue uniforms.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXIII
9  She did not even feel his pinch, for she could hear clearly the sweet voice that was Melanie's chief charm: "I fear I cannot agree with you about Mr. Thackeray's works."
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Get Context   In CHAPTER VI
10  Ellen, sensitive to the bonds of kin, be they blood or marriage, wrote back reluctantly agreeing that she must stay but demanding Wade and Prissy be sent home immediately.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XIX
11  "If we'd had our mothers-in-law in the ranks, we'd have beat the Yankees in a week," agreed Tommy, his eyes straying to the slender, indomitable form of his new mother-in-law.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXV
12  It was an embarrassing situation, having the old desperado sitting in judgment upon her, and it was still more embarrassing to know that her family and friends agreed with the old man.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XLII
13  The name agreed upon for the child was Eugenie Victoria, but that afternoon Melanie unwittingly bestowed a name that clung, even as "Pittypat" had blotted out all memory of Sarah Jane.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER L
14  The scourge of war had been followed by the worse scourge of Reconstruction, but the two men had agreed not to mention the more alarming details when they discussed the situation at home.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXI
15  Unable to agree with the Gentlemen's Glee Club as to the program for their next recital, the ladies had waited on Melanie that afternoon and announced their intention of withdrawing completely from the Musical Circle.
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16  For dessert, there was a sweet potato pie followed by Rhett's bonbons, and when Rhett produced real Havana cigars for the gentlemen to enjoy over their glass of blackberry wine, everyone agreed it was indeed a Lucullan banquet.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XVII
17  The upshot of the matter was that every planter agreed to pay for equipping his own sons and a certain number of the others, but the manner of handling the arrangements was such that the less wealthy members of the outfit could accept horses and uniforms without offense to their honor.
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18  That pusillanimous fellow, Hilton, had some influence with the other Scallawags and Republicans in town and Suellen had agreed to give them some of the money--I don't know how much--if they'd kind of wink their eye about Mr. O'Hara bein a loyal Union man and play on how he was an Irishman and didn't fight in the army and so on, and sign recommendations.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXIX