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1  Plague take him, she thought, he's always one jump ahead of me.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVI
2  I wanted to see her get ahead and all she needed was money to start a house of her own.
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3  And there was still a long struggle ahead, which meant more dead, more wounded, more widows and orphans.
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4  Peter sucked in his breath and his wrinkled brow showed deep furrows but he kept his eyes straight ahead.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVIII
5  Gerald, riding ahead, pulled up his horse and signed to Toby to stop the carriage where the two roads met.
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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.
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7  After the fright Jonas Wilkerson had given her, she would never rest easy until she and Frank had some money ahead.
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8  After all, Tara lay just ahead, and after the next quarter of a mile, the horse could drop in the shafts if he liked.
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9  Pitty's hand trembled so that the lamp was a menace to the safety of the house but she held it and trotted ahead toward the dark bedroom.
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10  They reached the little town of Calhoun, six miles below Resaca, ahead of the Yankees, entrenched and were again ready for the attack when the Yankees came up.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XVII
11  When regimental officers, understanding the situation, saw a hard fight ahead, they wrote these men, telling them to rejoin their companies and no questions would be asked.
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12  Why, she'd had a letter from him a week before you went to Atlanta and he was sweet as sugar about her and talked about how they'd get married when he got a little more money ahead.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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13  Five miles ahead of the retreating army went the refugees, halting at Resaca, at Calhoun, at Kingston, hoping at each stop to hear that the Yankees had been driven back so they could return to their homes.
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14  She wanted a secure and well-ordered world in which she could look forward and know there was a safe future ahead for them, a world where her children would know only softness and warmth and good clothes and fine food.
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15  One wagon, ahead of the others, bore four stout negroes with axes to cut evergreens and drag down the vines, and the back of this wagon was piled high with napkin-covered hampers, split-oak baskets of lunch and a dozen watermelons.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IX