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1  She had too many other matters to occupy her mind.
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2  They were raised to be certain persons, to do certain things, to occupy certain niches.
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3  Every chair in the house was occupied, and even the long winding stair was packed with guests.
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4  Suddenly it seemed odd that he should be sitting there occupying himself with a piece of wood.
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5  One was a closed carriage, the other open and occupied by a well-dressed woman and a Yankee officer.
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6  The upshot of the situation was that Bonnie was removed from the nursery to the room Rhett now occupied alone.
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7  Now Dilcey occupied one, and the other two were in constant use by a stream of miserable and ragged transients.
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8  Of course, she knew that married people occupied the same bed but she had never given the matter a thought before.
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9  First, it proved indubitably that she and her husband occupied separate rooms, in itself a shocking enough state of affairs.
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10  Just the day before, the couple had returned from New Orleans and they were occupying the bridal suite at the National Hotel.
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11  Most of what he said about Governor Bullock went in one ear and out the other for her mind was mainly occupied with relief that there was no Klan any longer.
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12  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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13  It was delicate embroidery if company were present, but at other times her hands were occupied with Gerald's ruffled shirts, the girls' dresses or garments for the slaves.
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14  Little Wade was no longer an annoyance, for the family, black and white, and the neighbors idolized him and there was a never-ceasing rivalry as to whose lap he should occupy.
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15  She wasn't ever happy unless horses or humans were breeding right in her face and none of her girls are married or got any prospects of catching husbands in this county, so she's got nothing to occupy her mind.
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16  Gerald made a habit of dominating the conversation at mealtimes, and usually Scarlett, occupied with her own thoughts, scarcely heard him; but tonight she could not shut out his voice, no matter how much she strained to listen for the sound of carriage wheels that would herald Ellen's return.
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