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1  I've made me money and I can make a great family.
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2  "You're not a rich man and you haven't a great family," said James.
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3  "I am sure that is a great gain to two charming ladies," said he, making a slight bow.
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4  Beyond it, Peachtree road narrowed and twisted under great trees out of sight into thick quiet woods.
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5  She knew that her mother was the embodiment of justice, truth, loving tenderness and profound wisdom--a great lady.
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6  Eulalie, hidden behind a high-walled garden in a great house on the Battery in Charleston, was no more entertaining.
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7  Scarlett knew that the fragrance carried on the faint breeze came from the grove of great oaks in the rear of the big house.
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8  He only thought that she was pretty and a great credit to him and that, today, her eyes were as green as the hills of Ireland.
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9  "I know how you feel but there isn't any sacrifice too great for the Cause," broke in Mrs. Elsing in a soft voice that settled matters.
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10  Ellen had stressed this at great length after catching Frank's lieutenant swinging Scarlett in the garden swing and making her squeal with laughter.
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11  The old oaks, which had seen Indians pass under their limbs, hugged the house closely with their great trunks and towered their branches over the roof in dense shade.
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12  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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13  She had been reared in the tradition of great ladies, which had taught her how to carry her burden and still retain her charm, and she intended that her three daughters should be great ladies also.
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14  The few who came to them talked about how they went to the university with Ashley and what a fine soldier he was or spoke in respectful tones of Charles and how great a loss to Atlanta his death had been.
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15  At a distance great enough to keep the smoke away from the guests were the long pits where the meats cooked and the huge iron wash-pots from which the succulent odors of barbecue sauce and Brunswick stew floated.
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16  He would ruin his new gray broadcloth suit, which would cause him to swear horribly in the morning and tell Ellen at great length how his horse fell off the bridge in the darkness--a palpable lie which would fool no one but which would be accepted by all and make him feel very clever.
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17  Arrangements had not yet been completed for obtaining the full quota of horses, but those who had horses performed what they imagined to be cavalry maneuvers in the field behind the courthouse, kicked up a great deal of dust, yelled themselves hoarse and waved the Revolutionary-war swords that had been taken down from parlor walls.
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