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1  And he hasn't any parents to bother me and he lives in Atlanta.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
Get Context   In CHAPTER VI
2  Over his head the eyes of the parents met and Scarlett saw the look.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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3  Always the rising chorus swelled: "We are hungry, your wife, your babies, your parents."
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4  And Bonnie she became until even her parents did not recall that she had been named for two queens.
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5  Usually there were a dozen children present, nodding sleepily in their parents' arms, up hours after their normal bedtime.
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6  The door of her parents' bedroom was slightly ajar and, before she could knock, Ellen's voice, low but stern, came to her ears.
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7  If you are different, you are isolated, not only from people of your own age but from those of your parents' generation and from your children's generation too.
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8  Scarlett O'Hara, with the County at her feet, a hundred slaves to do her bidding, the wealth of Tara like a wall behind her and doting parents anxious to grant any desire of her heart.
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9  In them there were no fine descriptive pages of bivouacs and charges such as Darcy Meade wrote his parents or poor Dallas McLure had written his old-maid sisters, Misses Faith and Hope.
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10  All ages and sexes went visiting, honeymooners, young mothers showing off new babies, convalescents, the bereaved, girls whose parents were anxious to remove them from the dangers of unwise matches, girls who had reached the danger age without becoming engaged and who, it was hoped, would make suitable matches under the guidance of relatives in other places.
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