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1  Mild and gentle by nature, it was not in him to deny a wife much.
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2  It was not in Carreen's delicate nature to adjust herself to change.
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3  And now, for the first time in her life, she was facing a complex nature.
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4  I fail to understand what charms the elegant Mr. Wilkes can hold for a girl of your tempestuous nature.
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5  And some of his opinions were of such a nature that she could no longer ignore them and treat them as jokes.
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6  They were a kindly people, courteous, generous, filled with abounding good nature, but sturdy, virile, easy to anger.
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7  At first she tried to stifle the thoughts, but the hard self-honesty that lay at the base of her nature would not permit it.
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8  Of course, I know the practical in you will always win, but I keep hanging around to see if your better nature won't triumph some day.
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9  She had the easily stirred passions of her Irish father and nothing except the thinnest veneer of her mother's unselfish and forbearing nature.
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10  Scarlett reigned supreme at Tara now and, like others suddenly elevated to authority, all the bullying instincts in her nature rose to the surface.
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11  And complete understanding, because he, like her, saw truth as truth, unobstructed by impractical notions of honor, sacrifice, or high belief in human nature.
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12  Gradually, Scarlett drew courage from the brave faces of her friends and from the merciful adjustment which nature makes when what cannot be cured must be endured.
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13  "By God, I'll give these damn Rebels something to remember me by," shouted the private finally when the sergeant, losing his good nature, told him to go to hell and not talk back.
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14  She was constitutionally unable to endure any man being in love with any woman not herself, and the sight of India Wilkes and Stuart at the speaking had been too much for her predatory nature.
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15  It was Gerald's headstrong and impetuous nature in her that gave them concern, and they sometimes feared they would not be able to conceal her damaging qualities until she had made a good match.
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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  There was much about the South--and Southerners--that he would never comprehend: but, with the wholeheartedness that was his nature, he adopted its ideas and customs, as he understood them, for his own--poker and horse racing, red-hot politics and the code duello, States' Rights and damnation to all Yankees, slavery and King Cotton, contempt for white trash and exaggerated courtesy to women.
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