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1  Yes, he can do it, but it takes Boyd time.
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2  But he ain't had time to get good started yet.
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3  I only want-- She caught herself but not in time.
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4  It was past time for him to come home, but she was glad that he was late.
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5  And now, for the first time in her life, she was facing a complex nature.
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6  At these last sounds, the twins realized it was time they were starting home.
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7  Some time had passed before they realized that Scarlett was having very little to say.
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8  But having that ambition and bringing it to realization were two different matters, he discovered as time went by.
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9  The delay would give her time to quiet her breathing and calm her face so that his suspicions would not be aroused.
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10  But the next time came and went, and the result was nothing--nothing except that the fever possessing her rose higher and hotter.
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11  By this time, Gerald was thoroughly tired of the conversation and thoroughly annoyed that the problem should be upon his shoulders.
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12  She loved this land so much, without even knowing she loved it, loved it as she loved her mother's face under the lamp at prayer time.
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13  It was time for Gerald's return and, if she expected to see him alone, there was nothing for her to do except meet him where the driveway entered the road.
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14  They noticed for the first time how her green eyes danced, how deep her dimples were when she laughed, how tiny her hands and feet and what a small waist she had.
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15  That was the first time the twins' interest had ever diverged, and Brent was resentful of his brother's attentions to a girl who seemed to him not at all remarkable.
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16  There were pain and bewilderment in her face, the bewilderment of a pampered child who has always had her own way for the asking and who now, for the first time, was in contact with the unpleasantness of life.
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17  But, look, you impudent black fool, if you put on any airs in front of the Wynder darkies and hint that we all the time have fried chicken and ham, while they don't have nothing but rabbit and possum, I'll--I'll tell Ma.
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18  His two oldest brothers, James and Andrew, he hardly remembered, save as close-lipped youths who came and went at odd hours of the night on mysterious errands or disappeared for weeks at a time, to their mother's gnawing anxiety.
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19  There was no Orangeman this side of hell worth a hundred pounds to the British government or to the devil himself; but if the government felt so strongly about the death of an English absentee landlord's rent agent, it was time for Gerald O'Hara to be leaving and leaving suddenly.
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20  The twins had been at home, freshly expelled from the University of Virginia, at the time the Troop was organized and they had joined enthusiastically; but after the shooting episode, two months ago, their mother had packed them off to the state university, with orders to stay there.
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