1 Fretting, she dug her chin into her arm.
2 Somewhere in some hastily dug trench in the enemy's country.
3 Scarlett's nails dug into her palms as she clenched her fists.
4 His eyes sparkled wickedly and he dug his elbow into Hugh's ribs.
5 Her nails dug into her palms until four bright-red crescents showed.
6 So many men had been buried that month, in shallow, hastily dug graves at Oakland Cemetery.
7 They dug in hastily in shallow pits to the north of the town in the valley of Peachtree Creek.
8 Scarlett dug her fingers into the upholstery of the carriage and for a moment her parasol wavered.
9 She sat down in the furrows and dug into the earth with hands that shook, filling her basket slowly.
10 Hoping to find jewelry buried with the dead, the Yankee soldiers had broken open vaults, dug up graves.
11 At New Hope Church, fifteen miles farther along the hotly fought way, the gray ranks dug in for a determined stand.
12 On the steep sides of the mountain they dug their rifle pits and on the towering heights they planted their batteries.
13 The townsfolk sheltered as best they could in cellars, in holes in the ground and in shallow tunnels dug in railroad cuts.
14 I could bury him in the corner of the garden under the arbor--the ground is soft there where Pork dug up the whisky barrel.
15 Pork had dug the grave the night before, close by Ellen's grave, and he stood, spade in hand, behind the moist red clay he was soon to shovel back in place.
16 And, in the months after the surrender, the deep soft nap began to show signs of wear and finally the heavy warp and woof showed through in spots where heels had worn it and spurs dug carelessly.
17 They were on their way to the entrenchments that ringed the town--no shallow, hastily dug trenches, these, but earthworks, breast high, reinforced with sandbags and tipped with sharpened staves of wood.
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