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1  "I won't get down, thank you," she said.
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2  I'll thank you to keep a civil tongue in your head.
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3  But, thank God, I'm not bothered about matters of honor.
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4  She had made her decision and, thank God, she wasn't afraid.
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5  Oh, I've been doing nicely, thank you, and everything at Tara is fine now.
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6  I think she's better now, gentlemen," said Rhett, "and I thank you very much.
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7  "Be thankful it wasn't your house," said Grandma, leaning her chin on her cane.
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8  And as for looking like a ragamuffin, you should thank your stars your husband didn't come home barefooted.
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9  They'd be most charming if they weren't always telling you that they can take care of themselves, thank you.
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10  She could defend herself, thank you, and if the old cats wanted to squall-- well, she could get along without the old cats.
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11  Scarlett had a thankful thought that Rhett had spent the last several months abroad and had only recently come back to Atlanta.
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12  Scarlett swept her up into her arms and kissed her, thankful that the child's presence spared her her first meeting alone with Rhett.
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13  She could only thank God that her knees still had the strength to support her, that her neck was still strong enough to hold her head high.
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14  Scarlett turned away from Mammy with studied nonchalance, thankful that her face had been unnoticed in Mammy's preoccupation with the matter of the shawl.
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15  She's po'ly, thank God, answered Peter, fastening a severe look first on Melly and then on Scarlett, so that they suddenly felt guilty but could think of no reason why.
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16  He stood on the blackened foundation stones of the burned building, looked down the long avenue of trees leading toward the road and swore lustily, with a joy too deep for thankful prayer.
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17  Simultaneously, the three young ladies raised lacy parasols, said they had had quite enough to eat, thank you, and, laying light fingers on the arms of the men nearest them, clamored sweetly to see the rose garden, the spring and the summerhouse.
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