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1  She was drawing hers from the future.
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2  Frank Kennedy, at present, was her future.
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3  I do not know what the future will bring, but it cannot be as beautiful or as satisfying as the past.
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4  I do not belong in this mad present of killing and I fear I will not fit into any future, try though I may.
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5  Nothing is worth what is happening to us now and what may happen, for if the Yankees whip us the future will be one of incredible horror.
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6  As Scarlett thought of Suellen's secure future and the precarious one of herself and Tara, anger flamed in her at the unfairness of life.
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7  Confronted with the prospect of negro rule, the future seemed dark and hopeless, and the embittered state smarted and writhed helplessly.
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8  Will faced them all, still mild of face, but there was something in his pale blue eyes which dared them to say one word about his future wife.
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9  Her pleasure in these thoughts of the future was undimmed by any realization that she had no real desire to be unselfish or charitable or kind.
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10  And Scarlett, watching the business grow, felt that she was safeguarding not only the present with Yankee money but the future with Yankee friends.
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11  Even if she worked on his sympathies and his duty toward his future family and gained his promise of a loan, she knew Suellen would never permit it.
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12  Now that we've brought this dreadful subject into the light and you admit that you expect a baby some time in the not too distant future, I'll say something I've been wanting to say for weeks--two things.
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13  She wanted a secure and well-ordered world in which she could look forward and know there was a safe future ahead for them, a world where her children would know only softness and warmth and good clothes and fine food.
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14  It did not occur to her that Ellen had looked down a vista of placid future years, all like the uneventful years of her own life, when she had taught her to be gentle and gracious, honorable and kind, modest and truthful.
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15  For a timeless time, she lay still, her face in the dirt, the sun beating hotly upon her, remembering things and people who were dead, remembering a way of living that was gone forever--and looking upon the harsh vista of the dark future.
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16  But most of the time she was riding about the town, making the rounds of builders, contractors and carpenters, even calling on strangers she had heard might build at future dates, cajoling them into promises of buying from her and her only.
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17  Five weeks passed during which letters, shy, ecstatic, loving, came from Charles in South Carolina telling of his love, his plans for the future when the war was over, his desire to become a hero for her sake and his worship of his commander, Wade Hampton.
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