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1  Even when they smiled, it must be a sad, tragic smile.
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2  Then she had been pale and sad but there had been a buoyancy about her.
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3  "'Imperious Caesar, dead and turned to clay,'" said Melanie with a sad smile.
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4  Melanie looked sad but tranquil, though tears dropped down on the cloth she held in her hands.
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5  The whole group looked up eagerly as she entered rapidly, her hoops swaying, her face tired and sad.
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6  I knew I ought to run as hard as I could but--well, Scarlett, she looked so sad and--well, sort of pleading.
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7  When "Missing--believed captured" appeared on the casualty lists, joy and hope reanimated the sad household.
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8  Talk always turned to war now, all conversations on any topic led from war or back to war--sometimes sad, often gay, but always war.
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9  My, my, that was a mighty sad sight, sitting on top of that train and seeing the Yankees burn those supplies we had to leave at the depot.
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10  His words came slowly and with difficulty as if it hurt to speak them and he seemed to stand off and look with a sad heart at what he had said.
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11  Then Mammy was in the room, Mammy with shoulders dragged down by two heavy wooden buckets, her kind black face sad with the uncomprehending sadness of a monkey's face.
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12  Some were sad and silent, others gay and contemptuous of hardships, but the thought that it was all over and they were going home was the one thing that sustained them.
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13  She noted how the leaves on the trees were still dark green but dry and heavily coated with red dust, and how withered and sad the untended flowers in the front yard looked.
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14  All three wore home-dyed mourning, all were worn, sad, worried, all bitter with a bitterness that did not sulk or complain but, nevertheless, peered out from behind their smiles and their words of welcome.
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15  A deep silence fell on the crowd, so deep that the harsh whisper of the wind in the magnolia leaves came clear to their ears and the far-off repetitious note of a mockingbird sounded unendurably loud and sad.
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16  Little Mrs. Hamilton was such a pretty pink-cheeked person, alternating between melancholy sighs when she thought of her sad plight, and laughter as gay and sweet as the tinkling of tiny silver bells when he made small jokes to cheer her.
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17  Groups hung over pianos and voices sang lustily the sad words of "Your Letter Came but Came Too Late" while ragged gallants looked meaningly at girls who laughed from behind turkey-tail fans, begging them not to wait until it was too late.
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