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1  "Virgin most faithful," her mother intoned.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV
2  I know you've been physically faithful to me.
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3  And it was taken by me in good faith to buy the same.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVI
4  Oh, yes, you've been faithful to me because Ashley wouldn't have you.
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5  The cotton was given me in good faith to buy leather and rifles and machinery with.
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6  You've remained so faithful to dear Charlie, though you could have married dozens of times.
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7  But the knowledge that they had hurt the faithful old darky with their stupid remarks fired her like a match in gunpowder.
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8  No one had lost faith in the invincibility of the troops but everyone, the civilians at least, had lost faith in the General.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XVII
9  She thought of the faithful few who remained at Tara in the face of the Yankee invasion when they could have fled or joined the troops for lives of leisure.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVIII
10  Moreover, such was his faith in his destiny and four dueces that he never for a moment wondered just how the money would be paid back should a higher hand be laid down across the table.
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11  Her father was old and stunned, her sisters ill, Melanie frail and weak, the children helpless, and the negroes looking up to her with childlike faith, clinging to her skirts, knowing that Ellen's daughter would be the refuge Ellen had always been.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXIV