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1  There was not even the hope of a chance caller.
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2  Well," said Stuart, "she hasn't had a chance to say anything yet.
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3  Jerry, there's no girl in Savannah you'd have less chance of marrying.
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4  Ef you hadn't talked wid dem, dey wouldn had no chance ter treat me lak a mule or a Affikun.
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5  Even now--even now, I'd take a chance on getting home in spite of the Yankees, if it wasn't for this baby.
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6  Your only chance is to follow the troops down the McDonough road and pray that they won't see you in the dark.
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7  But there had been no opportunity to say them, and she knew now that perhaps she would never have the chance to say them.
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8  If India and Honey who disliked her so much were to be present at the leave taking, she would have no chance for a private word.
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9  It was in a saloon in Savannah, on a hot night in spring, when the chance conversation of a stranger sitting near by made Gerald prick up his ears.
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10  There's only one way you can help me," she said dully, "and that's to take me away from here and give us a new start somewhere, with a chance for happiness.
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11  Just as soon as the commissary department was safely on its way, she'd start Pork for Macon and take the chance of having the precious horse picked up by the army.
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12  Then he lay awake at night thinking of all the charming gallantries he might have employed; but he rarely got a second chance, for the girls left him alone after a trial or two.
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13  And it'll be ten o'clock before Boyd gets a chance to tell her that it wouldn't have been honorable for any of us to stay in college after the way the Chancellor talked to you and me.
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14  But there was always a chance, always a chance, she thought in the long night hours as she padded back and forth across the cold floor of her bedroom, with Ellen's faded shawl clutched about her nightdress.
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15  Poor India, thought Scarlett, she's had so much trouble keeping house since her mother died that she's never had the chance to catch any beau except Stuart Tarleton, and it certainly wasn't my fault if he thought I was prettier than she.
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16  Secession, war--these words long since had become acutely boring to Scarlett from much repetition, but now she hated the sound of them, for they meant that the men would stand there for hours haranguing one another and she would have no chance to corner Ashley.
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17  These two industriously spread the rumor that the Southerners and Democrats were just waiting for a good chance to put the negroes back into slavery and that the negroes' only hope of escaping this fate was the protection given them by the Bureau and the Republican party.
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