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1  "I hope it doesn't rain tomorrow," said Scarlett.
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2  I hope you will not repeat what I have said, Scarlett.
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3  And he doesn't go around saying it at musicales, I hope.
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4  I hope and pray it was only youth and thoughtlessness that prompted such forward conduct.
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5  I hope you two are marking my words," she continued, "for it's partly your fault, being so pleasant to him.
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6  When "Missing--believed captured" appeared on the casualty lists, joy and hope reanimated the sad household.
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7  Some of the disappointment of the day and the dread of the morrow departed from her, leaving a feeling of hope.
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8  In Liverpool it would bring one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, but there was no hope of getting it to Liverpool.
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9  Coastal Georgia was too firmly held by an entrenched aristocracy for him ever to hope to win the place he intended to have.
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10  On the other hand, if she permitted one chaste peck, he might bring her other lovely presents in the hope of getting another kiss.
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11  As she stood, hesitant, wondering where she could hide until the ache in her breast subsided a little, a thought came to her, bringing a small ray of hope.
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12  I cannot hope that you could love anyone like me but, my dear Miss O'Hara, if you can give me any encouragement, I will do anything in the world to make you love me.
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13  War romances, war weddings, deaths in hospitals and on the field, incidents of camp and battle and march, gallantry, cowardice, humor, sadness, deprivation and hope.
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14  "But, like Father, I hope the Yankees will let us go in peace and that there will be no fighting--" He held up his hand with a smile, as a babel of voices from the Fontaine and Tarleton boys began.
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15  Young Carey looked confused and pleased at hearing such statements from settled matrons and spinsters like Mrs. Meade and Melanie and Aunt Pitty and Fanny, and tried to hope that Scarlett really meant it.
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16  She had hoped against hope that something would keep Melanie Hamilton in Atlanta where she belonged, and the knowledge that even her father approved of her sweet quiet nature, so different from her own, forced her into the open.
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17  Suellen, embroidering on what she gigglingly called her "hope chest," was wondering if she could possibly detach Stuart Tarleton from her sister's side at the barbecue tomorrow and fascinate him with the sweet womanly qualities which she possessed and Scarlett did not.
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