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1  Mammy shifted from one foot to another like a restive elephant.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXII
2  He shifted her to one knee and, leaning back, reached for a cigar and lit it.
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3  Ashamed that she was poor and reduced to galling shifts and penury and work that negroes should do.
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4  The Simmons boys were so busy they were operating their brick kiln with three shifts of labor a day.
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5  "I ain't takin no orders from you," he said briefly, shifting his wad of tobacco to the other cheek.
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6  They were too well bred to whisper but they shifted on their feet and stared at Carreen's bowed head.
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7  Everyone laughed except Peter, who shifted from one large splayed foot to the other in mounting indignation.
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8  He shifted his wad of tobacco to the other cheek and, without waiting for an invitation, sat down on the top step.
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9  Her sore foot, forgotten in the excitement, now gave a tremendous throb that made her grit her teeth and shift her weight to the heel.
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10  So he stayed and, gradually, unobtrusively, a large part of the burden of Tara shifted from Scarlett's shoulders to the bony shoulders of Will Benteen.
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11  She took the handkerchief and wiped her damp cheeks, a little relief stealing over her as if she had shifted some of her burden to his broad shoulders.
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