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1  His throat worked and he ducked his head against Rhett's waistcoat.
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2  Scarlett smiled inwardly with excitement and ducked her head as if embarrassed.
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3  The big negro ducked back behind the oak, and the voice that answered was frightened.
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4  Hams in wine, pressed duck, pate de foie gras, rare fruits in and out of season, were spread in profusion.
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5  "Pa is coming tomorrow and he's going to land on me like a duck on a June bug," answered Scarlett dolorously.
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6  Melanie, her eyes shining with joy, her head ducked with embarrassed pride, told her she was going to have a baby.
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7  But if I tried to draw a draft on it, the Yankees would be on me like a duck on a June bug and then neither of us would get it.
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8  Hugh was to be a judge, Rene was to play the fiddle before the crowned heads of Europe-- He ducked as Rene aimed a blow at him.
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9  For one short instant, it was as though the sun had ducked behind a cool cloud, leaving the world in shadow, taking the color out of things.
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10  He rose and went abruptly to the window and stood with his back to her, watching the solemn single file of ducks parade across the barnyard.
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11  Chimney swallows were darting swiftly across the yard, and chickens, ducks and turkeys were waddling and strutting and straggling in from the fields.
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12  The ducks and chickens were waddling and strutting off toward the fields, for under the bushes in the soft plowed earth were found the choicest worms and slugs.
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13  The sound of the banging sabers and horses' hooves brought little relief and she stood, suddenly weak and nerveless, as they moved off down the avenue, every man laden with stolen goods, clothing, blankets, pictures, hens and ducks, the sow.
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14  This muddy street down which she had driven a thousand times during the war, along which she had fled with ducked head and fear-quickened legs when shells burst over her during the siege, this street she had last seen in the heat and hurry and anguish of the day of the retreat, was so strange looking she felt like crying.
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