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1  Never pass up new experiences, Scarlett.
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2  She was no longer plastic clay, yielding imprint to each new experience.
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3  I won't get hurt because I'm a noncombatant and besides I want the experience.
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4  Instinct stronger than reason and knowledge born of experience told her that he loved her.
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5  He had never been behind the scenes at a large town folks' party and it was a new experience.
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6  He had been drinking and wore the arrogant looking-for-a-fight expression that she knew from experience meant trouble.
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7  Though unrelated by blood and far apart in age, there was a kinship of spirit and experience binding these women together.
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8  Even with women friends she was embarrassed by any mention of her condition, while visits to Dr. Meade were agonizing experiences.
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9  Gerald could have told her she was suffering the normal aftermath of her first experience with hard drinking but Gerald noticed nothing.
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10  It had been her experience that the liar was the hottest to defend his veracity, the coward his courage, the ill-bred his gentlemanliness, and the cad his honor.
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11  He said it had been his experience that when women gave surprise parties they usually gave them on the very nights men had decided to polish and clean all the guns in the house.
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12  That experience was the final evidence she needed to show her that the Kennedy family would never have more than a bare living, unless she personally made the money she was determined to have.
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13  Scarlett knew from experience that, if Mammy's curiosity were not immediately satisfied, she would take up the matter with Ellen, and then Scarlett would be forced to reveal everything to her mother, or think up some plausible lie.
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14  There was a merciful dullness in her mind now, a dullness that she knew from long experience would soon give way to sharp pain, even as severed tissues, shocked by the surgeon's knife, have a brief instant of insensibility before their agony begins.
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15  The officers were elected by the members, for no one in the County had had any military experience except a few veterans of the Mexican and Seminole wars and, besides, the Troop would have scorned a veteran as a leader if they had not personally liked him and trusted him.
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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  From the shadows, Scarlett glared at her, too tired to rail, too tired to upbraid, too tired to enumerate Prissy's offenses--her boastful assumption of experience she didn't possess, her fright, her blundering awkwardness, her utter inefficiency when the emergency was hot, the misplacing of the scissors, the spilling of the basin of water on the bed, the dropping of the new born baby.
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