1 The army is damned short of men.
2 Oh, damn him, she thought violently.
3 I can't leave them for a damned baby.
4 If it's Zouave, I'm damned if I'll go in the troop.
5 It doesn't matter a damn to me who wins this election.
6 You never gave a damn what I did as long as I paid the bills.
7 "I once said too God damn many things," he retorted abruptly and rose to his feet.
8 He say: 'Yas'm, dat's whar Ah been an' you neen tek on, kase you doan give a damn.
9 I don't give a damn whether you do either, for I shall never understand or forgive myself for this idiocy.
10 You never gave a damn about the late lamented Confederacy and you care less about the starving Confederates.
11 Sure he's poor, but he ain't trash; and I'm damned if I'll have any man, darky or white, throwing off on him.
12 But, damn it, she was just so pallid and uninteresting and always the same, beside Scarlett's bright and changeable charm.
13 "Well, may I be damned if I'll have me own daughter telling me what I shall jump and not jump," he shouted, giving her cheek another pinch.
14 She heard sounds of moving feet upstairs and thought "May the Lord damn Prissy," before her eyes closed and something like sleep descended upon her.
15 "By God, I'll give these damn Rebels something to remember me by," shouted the private finally when the sergeant, losing his good nature, told him to go to hell and not talk back.
16 The MacIntoshes were Scotch-Irish and Orangemen and, had they possessed all the saintly qualities of the Catholic calendar, this ancestry would have damned them forever in Gerald's eyes.
17 Though Pork's former owner later offered to buy him back at twice his value, Gerald obstinately refused, for the possession of his first slave, and that slave the "best damn valet on the Coast," was the first step upward toward his heart's desire, Gerald wanted to be a slave owner and a landed gentleman.
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