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1  The first reports were "Missing--believed killed" and so they appeared on the casualty list.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
Get Context   In CHAPTER XVI
2  When "Missing--believed captured" appeared on the casualty lists, joy and hope reanimated the sad household.
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3  But hideous rumors that Lee was killed, the battle lost, and enormous casualty lists coming in, fled up and down the quiet streets like darting bats.
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4  Every day she had read the casualty lists, read them with her heart in her throat, knowing that the world would end if anything should happen to him.
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5  There were others who had read on casualty lists: "Missing--believed dead," and in those words had learned the last news they were ever to learn of men they had seen march away.
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6  Drill always ended in the saloons of Jonesboro, and by nightfall so many fights had broken out that the officers were hard put to ward off casualties until the Yankees could inflict them.
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7  She thought again of the four Tarletons and Joe Fontaine, of Raiford Calvert and the Munroe brothers and all the boys from Fayetteville and Jonesboro whose names she had read on the casualty lists.
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8  She heard a low moan and, turning, saw Fanny Elsing lay her head on her mother's bosom, saw the casualty list flutter to the floor of the carriage, saw Mrs. Elsing's thin lips quiver as she gathered her daughter in her arms and said quietly to the coachman: "Home."
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XIV