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1  As he hesitatingly approached the bed she spoke in a hoarse whisper.
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2  There were more gigglings and the bed springs creaked as someone squeezed Honey.
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3  Women ignored the lapses of speech and put the drunkards to bed without bitter words.
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4  Lying in the bed with the moonlight streaming dimly over her, she pictured the whole scene in her mind.
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5  Yes, it was good to creep back into bed and know that Ellen was abroad in the night and everything was right.
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6  After these brief visits, Pitty always took to her bed for the rest of the day with tears and smelling salts.
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7  And every time she came home from Twelve Oaks, she lay down on her bed morosely and refused to get up for supper.
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8  Discarded garments lay about her on the floor, the bed, the chairs, in bright heaps of color and straying ribbons.
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9  Of course, she knew that married people occupied the same bed but she had never given the matter a thought before.
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10  On the bed lay the apple-green, watered-silk ball dress with its festoons of ecru lace, neatly packed in a large cardboard box.
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11  "Never mix cards and whisky unless you were weaned on Irish poteen," Gerald told Pork gravely the same evening, as Pork assisted him to bed.
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12  Scarlett had made certain that Melanie was lying down on the bed with Honey and Hetty Tarleton before she slipped into the hall and started down the stairs.
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13  She had wanted him, in that first instant, wanted him as simply and unreasoningly as she wanted food to eat, horses to ride and a soft bed on which to lay herself.
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14  She cried until Charles climbed into bed beside her and tried to comfort her, cried without words until no more tears would come and at last she lay sobbing quietly on his shoulder.
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15  He would disdain the bridge and swim his horse through the river and come home roaring, to be put to bed on the sofa in the office by Pork who always waited up with a lamp in the front hall on such occasions.
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16  The thought of this strange boy whom she hadn't really wanted to marry getting into bed with her, when her heart was breaking with an agony of regret at her hasty action and the anguish of losing Ashley forever, was too much to be borne.
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17  Scarlett had thrown herself on the bed and was sobbing at the top of her voice, sobbing for her lost youth and the pleasures of youth that were denied her, sobbing with the indignation and despair of a child who once could get anything she wanted by sobbing and now knows that sobbing can no longer help her.
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