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1  It suddenly began to be a most unpleasant evening.
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2  "Good evening," he said, in his drawling voice, as he removed his hat with a sweeping gesture.
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3  Women in stiff bright-colored silks strolled about long verandas, squired by men in evening clothes.
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4  In this interval between the morning party and the evening's ball, they seemed a placid, peaceful lot.
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5  It wasn't her money and she didn't want her evening's pleasure spoiled by irritation at other people's foolishness.
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6  She had not met his eyes once that evening and the hard bright gaiety with which she had treated him was frightening.
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7  I arrived last night and spent the evening in the Girl of the Period Saloon, where one hears all the news of the town.
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8  Every evening when he called at her house, weary and discouraged, she was tireless in her tactful, helpful suggestions.
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9  "Never mix cards and whisky unless you were weaned on Irish poteen," Gerald told Pork gravely the same evening, as Pork assisted him to bed.
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10  She could hardly believe her ears when he told her to change her dress and get ready for him to escort her over to Melanie's for the evening.
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11  If it won't pain you too much, India," she broke off sarcastically, "I'd be much obliged if you'd tell me why you've been staring at me all evening.
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12  These matters she discussed with Prissy in whispers one evening, as they prepared Melanie's supper tray, and Prissy, surprisingly enough, calmed her fears.
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13  But, when Mrs. Wilkes, "a great lady and with a rare gift for silence," as Gerald characterized her, told her husband one evening, after Gerald's horse had pounded down the driveway.
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14  Dr. Meade summed up the civilian point of view on the matter, one warm May evening on the veranda of Aunt Pitty's house, when he said that Atlanta had nothing to fear, for General Johnston was standing in the mountains like an iron rampart.
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15  And so she was both astounded and embarrassed when Dr. Meade, after a pleasant evening at her house where he acquitted himself nobly in reading the part of Macbeth, kissed her hand and made observations in the voice he once used in speaking of Our Glorious Cause.
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16  He must know how harrowing her experience had been, must know she did not want to spend an evening at Melanie's when her tired body and jangled nerves cried out for the warm relaxation of bed and blankets--with a hot brick to make her toes tingle and a hot toddy to soothe her fears.
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17  Scarlett sat in the window of her bedroom that midsummer morning and disconsolately watched the wagons and carriages full of girls, soldiers and chaperons ride gaily out Peachtree road in search of woodland decorations for the bazaar which was to be held that evening for the benefit of the hospitals.
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