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1  In the matter of "comp'ny" Mammy was equally adamant.
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2  My advice in other political matters is equally good.
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3  Well, I admire your self-control but I do not find myself equal to it.
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4  She hoped he was equally pleased but she did not care very much whether he was or not.
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5  Scarlett and Suellen were equally ignorant and thought the words comforting and beautiful.
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6  Scarlett was equally bewildered by the turn of events, despite Rhett's warning as to the direction it would take.
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7  She should go up and sit with Melanie and distract her mind from her coming ordeal but she did not feel equal to it.
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8  Added to her terror of being blown to pieces was her equally active terror that Melanie's baby might arrive at any moment.
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9  Mammy cried out equally loudly at the sacrilege of soldiers being permitted to sleep on Miss Ellen's rug but Scarlett was firm.
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10  She disliked the stiff- necked India and the foolish prattling Honey and knew they disliked her equally, but she could not stay away from them.
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11  And she was so grateful to Frank for saving Tara she felt a warm affection for him and an equally warm determination that he should never regret marrying her.
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12  Reared in Charleston, he knew every inlet, creek, shoal and rock of the Carolina coast near that port, and he was equally at home in the waters around Wilmington.
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13  In these accomplishments the twins excelled, and they were equally outstanding in their notorious inability to learn anything contained between the covers of books.
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14  The negroes had not yet been given the right to vote but the North was determined that they should vote and equally determined that their vote should be friendly to the North.
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15  Melanie knew that to a woman a child of either sex was equally welcome but to a man, and especially such a self-willed man as Captain Butler, a girl would be a blow, a reflection upon his manhood.
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16  He admired the drawling elegance of the wealthy rice and cotton planters, who rode into Savannah from their moss-hung kingdoms, mounted on thoroughbred horses and followed by the carriages of their equally elegant ladies and the wagons of their slaves.
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17  Scarlett, sick and miserable in the early stage of pregnancy, alternated between a passionate hatred of the bluecoats who invaded her privacy, frequently carrying away any little knick-knack that appealed to them, and an equally passionate fear that Tony might prove the undoing of them all.
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