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1  She turned and he swayed across the room toward her.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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2  She swayed toward him as he came up the steps, her face white, her green eyes burning.
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3  The whole group looked up eagerly as she entered rapidly, her hoops swaying, her face tired and sad.
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4  Then, as she started back toward the driver's seat, a vast weariness assailed her and she swayed dizzily.
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5  Maddened by terror, she lashed the horse again and again and it struck a gait that made the buggy rock and sway.
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6  He looked huge, larger than she had ever seen him, a terrifying faceless black bulk that swayed slightly on its feet.
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7  For another eternity they fought and swayed, side by side, and Scarlett could see that the lines of fire were shortening.
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8  As he picked up the sack of oats and turned away, a wobbly-wheeled wagon swayed out of a side street and creaked up to them.
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9  For a moment it was as though Melanie swayed under the impact of a heavy blow and Rhett's arm went around her waist to steady her.
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10  The animal broke into a shambling trot, his breath panting and labored, and the wagon swayed forward with a jolt that threw them about like popcorn in a popper.
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11  Though they tried not to believe, whole neighborhoods, swayed by panic, rushed to town, to the newspapers, to headquarters, pleading for news, any news, even bad news.
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12  But she made it possible for Pitty to keep her own comfortable establishment and Pitty was always swayed more by considerations of personal comfort than by moral issues.
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13  She was a tall woman, standing a head higher than her fiery little husband, but she moved with such quiet grace in her swaying hoops that the height attracted no attention to itself.
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14  Melanie was across the floor so swiftly that her hoops swayed up violently, revealing her pantalets to the knees, and before Archie could put his hand on the knob she flung the door open.
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15  She knew how to smile so that her dimples leaped, how to walk pigeon-toed so that her wide hoop skirts swayed entrancingly, how to look up into a man's face and then drop her eyes and bat the lids rapidly so that she seemed a- tremble with gentle emotion.
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16  The kneeling figures, the soft glow of the lamp, the dim shadows where the negroes swayed, even the familiar objects that had been so hateful to her sight an hour ago, in an instant took on the color of her own emotions, and the room seemed once more a lovely place.
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17  And then there were-- Oh, there were so many things to do to bachelors and she knew them all, the nuance of the sidelong glance, the half-smile behind the fan, the swaying of the hips so that skirts swung like a bell, the tears, the laughter, the flattery, the sweet sympathy.
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