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1  There was a hint of acid in the old voice.
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2  Pitty, for once, took a hint, although with none too good grace.
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3  And he never once hinted about children as Charles and Frank had done.
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4  "I'd like to learn it," replied his companion, a hint of buried laughter in his flat drawling voice.
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5  "Free darkies are certainly worthless," Scarlett agreed, completely ignoring his hint that she should sell.
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6  She maintained an air of cool indifference that could speedily change to icy formality if anyone even dared hint about the matter.
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7  Already summer was in the air, the first hint of Georgia summer when the high tide of spring gives way reluctantly before a fiercer heat.
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8  It was odder still that neither Melanie nor India hinted to him that he should spread a paper on the floor to catch his litter of shavings.
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9  For a moment she looked at it as if she had never seen it before and then she began to laugh, peal on peal of mirth that had in it no hint of hysteria.
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10  His dress was as debonaire as if he were going to a ball, well-tailored white linen coat and trousers, embroidered gray watered-silk waistcoat and a hint of ruffle on his shirt bosom.
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11  Mammy felt that she owned the O'Haras, body and soul, that their secrets were her secrets; and even a hint of a mystery was enough to set her upon the trail as relentlessly as a bloodhound.
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12  Ellen had hinted before the wedding that marriage was something women must bear with dignity and fortitude, and the whispered comments of other matrons since her widowhood had confirmed this.
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13  They refused to be serious about the war, told outrageous lies to make the girls laugh and brought to the bare and looted house the first lightness, the first hint of festivity it had known in many a day.
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14  But, look, you impudent black fool, if you put on any airs in front of the Wynder darkies and hint that we all the time have fried chicken and ham, while they don't have nothing but rabbit and possum, I'll--I'll tell Ma.
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15  Here she sat like a crow with hot black taffeta to her wrists and buttoned up to her chin, with not even a hint of lace or braid, not a jewel except Ellen's onyx mourning brooch, watching tacky- looking girls hanging on the arms of good-looking men.
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16  And while they talked she could perhaps read in his eyes some quickening of emotion, some hint that behind the barrier of husbandly affection for Melanie he still cared, cared as passionately as on that day of the barbecue when he burst forth with the truth.
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17  In no way had either of them ever hinted at her condition and she had always kept the lap robe high under her armpits when with him, even on warm days, comforting herself in the usual feminine manner with the belief that she did not show at all when thus covered, and she was suddenly sick with quick rage at her own condition and shame that he should know.
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