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1  No, she could not let them live out their lives in their aunts' homes as poor relations.
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2  They didn't understand negroes or the relations between the negroes and their former masters.
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3  She was bursting to relate it in detail, so she could ease her own fright by frightening the others.
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4  This explanation was readily understood by Melanie who was hypersensitive about all matters relating to childbirth.
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5  Rhett had taken no part in the election and his relations with the Yankees were no different from what they had always been.
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6  And Rhett Butler had never had the decency to conceal his relations with her, so it was obvious that he and no other must be that backer.
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7  The ever-present war in the background lent a pleasant informality to social relations, an informality which older people viewed with alarm.
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8  If it wasn't for the knowledge that his relations with Melanie were, necessarily, those of brother and sister, her own life would be a torment.
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9  The world outside receded before the demands of empty and half-empty stomachs and life resolved itself into two related thoughts, food and how to get it.
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10  It was hard to see the small arms going around his neck and hear the choking voice relate what had frightened her, when she, Scarlett, had gotten nothing coherent out of her.
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11  In fact, Mrs. Merriwether related to Mrs. Meade the complete details of her niece's confinement before she even remembered Archie's presence on the front seat of the carriage.
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12  And yet--and yet--there was something very pleasant about the Tarleton girls' relations with their mother, and they adored her for all that they criticized and scolded and teased her.
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13  Grandpa Merriwether, meeting Uncle Henry Hamilton in the Girl of the Period Saloon several hours later, related the happenings of the morning which he had heard from Mrs. Merriweather.
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14  They kept the negroes stirred up with tales of cruelty perpetrated by the whites and, in a section long famed for the affectionate relations between slaves and slave owners, hate and suspicion began to grow.
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15  Frank did not know she had received a laconic letter from Will, relating that Jonas Wilkerson had paid another call at Tara and, finding her gone to Atlanta, had stormed about until Will and Ashley threw him bodily off the place.
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16  Keeping her relations with the Yankee officers on the plane she desired was easier than she expected, for they all seemed to be in awe of Southern ladies, but Scarlett soon found that their wives presented a problem she had not anticipated.
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17  He buttonholed people on the street and related details of his child's miraculous progress without even prefacing his remarks with the hypocritical but polite: "I know everyone thinks their own child is smart but--" He thought his daughter marvelous, not to be compared with lesser brats, and he did not care who knew it.
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