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1  She's going to faint, thought Scarlett, leaping to her feet and catching her arm.
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2  He leaped up and for a moment she thought he was going to cut a caper, before dignity claimed him.
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3  She sawed savagely at the horse's mouth just in time to swerve him from leaping up the front steps.
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4  She looked so strangely, and there was a wild beauty about her white face that set his heart leaping.
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5  Ashley's small even writing leaped up at her as she read, "My dear wife," and she breathed in relief.
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6  The rise always came, for with the increasing scarcity of necessities, prices leaped higher by the month.
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7  He looked at her steadily with dark eyes that were heavy with fatigue and there was no leaping light in them.
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8  It had become the crossroads of travel north and south and east and west, and the little village leaped to life.
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9  She looked disapprovingly at Scarlett, poised on the table top, her skirts above her knees, ready to leap to the floor.
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10  Rhett made no reply but brought the tree limb down on the horse's back with a cruel force that made the animal leap forward.
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11  The dark sky became pink and then dull red, and suddenly above the trees, she saw a huge tongue of flame leap high to the heavens.
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12  But she could marshal no words because she was trying to find in his face some answering emotions, some leaping light of hope, of joy.
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13  His lips traveled to her wrist and she knew he must feel the leap of her pulse as her heart quickened and she tried to draw back her hand.
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14  The town wore a preoccupied look, for no matter what occupied their hands, all were listening, listening, their hearts leaping suddenly a hundred times a day.
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15  "Soon's Ah kick dis black trash outer mah way," answered Mammy loudly, swinging the carpetbag at a black buck who loitered tantalizingly in front of her and making him leap aside.
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16  She leaped to her feet, her heart hammering so wildly she feared she could not stand, hammering with the thrill of being the center of attention again, of being the most highly desired girl present and oh, best of all, at the prospect of dancing again.
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17  She knew how to smile so that her dimples leaped, how to walk pigeon-toed so that her wide hoop skirts swayed entrancingly, how to look up into a man's face and then drop her eyes and bat the lids rapidly so that she seemed a- tremble with gentle emotion.
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