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1  I should have borrowed or stolen Aunt Pitty's gloves.
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2  He slipped on his coat and picked up his gloves and hat.
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3  I know what I'm talking about, for I'm hand in glove with the Yankees.
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4  He made no move to her but stared, gripping the glove tightly in both hands.
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5  And never any gift of jewelry or wearing apparel, not even gloves or handkerchiefs.
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6  Ashley was standing in front of the dresser, looking at a pair of Melanie's mended gloves.
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7  Galvanized by her words, he ran into the hall, the glove still clasped closely in his hand.
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8  "If I've ever been strong, it was because she was behind me," he said, his voice breaking, and he looked down at the glove and smoothed the fingers.
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9  She had never in her life been out in the sunshine without a hat or veils, never handled reins without gloves to protect the white skin of her dimpled hands.
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10  He stood silent before her, clutching the glove as though it were an understanding hand and, in the stillness that followed her words, her indignation fell away and pity, tinged with contempt, took its place.
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