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1  "Eavesdroppers--" she began furiously.
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2  Then the railroad building era really began.
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3  At the touch of his hand, she began to tremble.
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4  Gradually the sickening feeling began to depart.
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5  Scarlett began on the ham, because she liked ham, and forced it down.
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6  Somewhere in her brain, a slow fire rose and rage began to blot out everything else.
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7  Ellen closed her eyes and began praying, her voice rising and falling, lulling and soothing.
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8  Long before the ball began, she and Ashley would be on their way to Jonesboro to be married.
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9  It was ready to be carried to Twelve Oaks to be donned before the dancing began, but Scarlett shrugged at the sight of it.
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10  Ellen finished and Gerald, who could never find his beads at prayer time, began furtively counting his decade on his fingers.
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11  Enraptured at this evidence of her affection, he grabbed up her fan and plied it so enthusiastically her hair began to blow about untidily.
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12  An hour later when the conversation began to lag, Gerald, with a guile that belied the wide innocence of his bright blue eyes, proposed a game.
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13  As she finished her prayers and Suellen, then Carreen, began their decades, her mind was still speeding onward with her entrancing new thought.
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14  Hastily she began her decade, telling off the beads automatically but with a depth of emotion in her voice that caused Mammy to open her eyes and shoot a searching glance at her.
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15  "And looks a lot like Betty, too," said Camilla, and then disappeared shrieking amid a welter of skirts and pantalets and bobbing hats, as Betty, who did have a long face, began pinching her.
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16  "But, like Father, I hope the Yankees will let us go in peace and that there will be no fighting--" He held up his hand with a smile, as a babel of voices from the Fontaine and Tarleton boys began.
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17  When she had finished her prayers for those beneath the roof of Tara, her father, mother, sisters, three dead babies and "all the poor souls in Purgatory," she clasped her white beads between long fingers and began the Rosary.
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