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1  Father is to announce the engagement tonight.
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2  So it's to be announced tomorrow night at the supper intermission.
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3  This information on top of the horror of his announcement took her breath away.
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4  When it was announced, a week after his flight, Atlanta was wild with excitement and joy.
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5  "Besides, it isn't his engagement that's going to be announced," said Stuart triumphantly.
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6  "On the happy occasion of the announcement of your betrothal," he finished, bending over her hand.
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7  A week before Scarlett and Rhett announced their engagement, an election for governor had been held.
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8  So the tumult of gossip, surmise and deep suspicion which followed the announcement of his quiet wedding to Scarlett was not surprising.
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9  Before the announcement of their coming marriage, the two had been unpopular enough but people could still be polite to them in a formal way.
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10  And she smiled as she thought how surprised Mrs. Tarleton would be when no engagement was announced that night--how surprised if there were an elopement.
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11  Our cook is the broad wife of the Wilkes butler, and he was over last night with the news that the engagement would be announced tonight and Cookie told us this morning.
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12  "'Tis the Tarleton ladies," he announced to his daughters, his florid face abeam, for excepting Ellen there was no lady in the County he liked more than the red-haired Mrs. Tarleton.
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13  "Girls, I'm not going to see you all for a while," he announced as he sat in Melanie's bedroom, luxuriously wriggling his blistered feet in the tub of cold water Scarlett had set before him.
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14  After he had intervened for her to get the news about Ashley, she had announced publicly that her home was open to him as long as he lived and no matter what other people might say about him.
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15  Until Rhett was back in Atlanta and the ring on her finger she told no one, not even her family, of her intentions, and when she did announce her engagement a storm of bitter gossip broke out.
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16  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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17  After shaking her hand and prodding Wade in the stomach and complimenting him, the doctor announced that Aunt Pittypat had promised on oath that Scarlett should be on no other hospital and bandage-rolling committee save Mrs. Meade's.
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