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1  Pork beamed under the praise and gingerly rubbed his bandaged leg.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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2  Many were barefooted and here and there a dirty bandage wrapped a head or arm.
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3  Renew their bandages, wash their faces, pat up their pillows and fan them, and they fell in love.
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4  He nodded briefly but without words to those present and quickly lifted the bandage from Ashley's shoulder.
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5  The ladies were making uniforms, knitting socks and rolling bandages, and the men were drilling and shooting.
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6  Last, the Confederacy needed every pair of hands for sewing, knitting, bandage rolling and nursing the wounded.
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7  The Confederates were on scant rations and practically without drugs or bandages for their own sick and wounded.
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8  Except for the messy business of nursing and the bore of bandage rolling, she did not care if the war lasted forever.
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9  As she bandaged it for him, he explained awkwardly that when attempting to get into a hen coop at Fayetteville, he had been discovered.
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10  She saw that she was tired of the endless knitting and the endless bandage rolling and lint picking that roughened the cuticle of her nails.
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11  As the full impact of the meaning smote her, Melanie became so embarrassed that she fumbled with the bandage until it slid off the wound entirely.
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12  The carriage plowed its way farther and halted for a moment to permit two ladies with baskets of bandages on their arms to pick precarious passages across the sloppy street on stepping stones.
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13  We nurse the men and help the doctors and make bandages and clothes and when the men are well enough to leave the hospitals we take them into our homes to convalesce till they are able to go back in the army.
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14  Linen and cotton bandages were too precious now to be thrown away when used, and every lady who nursed at the hospitals brought home baskets of bloody strips to be washed and ironed and returned for use on other sufferers.
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15  All of them were so young looking, even with their sweeping yellow mustaches and full black and brown beards, so handsome, so reckless, with their arms in slings, with head bandages startlingly white across sun-browned faces.
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16  She had on her bonnet, shawl and mittens, and behind her was Mammy, her face like a thundercloud, holding in her hand the black leather bag in which Ellen O'Hara always carried the bandages and medicines she used in doctoring the slaves.
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17  Scarlett would have liked that title too, but it involved touching men crawling with lice, running fingers down throats of unconscious patients to see if they were choking on swallowed tobacco quids, bandaging stumps and picking maggots out of festering flesh.
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