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1  As if she did not trust him or his judgment.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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2  I wouldn't trust them any farther than I could see them and as for letting them handle my babies.
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3  I'm playing along with them, you understand, as a good Scallawag should do, but I don't trust them.
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4  They loved their men, they believed in them, they trusted them to the last breaths of their bodies.
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5  If India and Melanie trust him-- And they half trusted and stayed because there was no other course open to them.
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6  Darling, what you do, you always do for a good reason and I love you and trust you and it is not for me to criticize.
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7  Scarlett had never trusted any woman and had never credited any woman except her mother with motives other than selfish ones.
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8  But now it was worse that Melanie, who had trusted her blindly through life, was laying the same love and trust on her in death.
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9  When Rhett finally decided that the pony knew his business well enough to trust Bonnie upon him, the child's excitement was boundless.
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10  And, for her penance, there would be the dreadful sight of Melanie's face changing from fond love and trust to incredulous horror and repulsion.
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11  They didn't like them, didn't trust them, didn't understand them, and yet their constant cry was that Southerners didn't know how to get along with them.
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12  Men could be trusted to keep their mouths shut, even men like Mr. Butler, but with Honey Wilkes giving tongue like a hound in the field, the entire County would know about it before six o'clock.
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13  When I explained to him that I needed his help because I didn't trust that scamp who was running the mill and Frank was too busy to help me and I was going to--well, there was Ella Lorena, you see.
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14  But now, with the memory of Melanie standing between her and social ruin, standing like a thin, shining blade, with trust and a fighting light in her eyes, there seemed nothing honest to do but confess.
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15  Despite her fear and incomprehension, Scarlett thought she had never seen a blanker, more expressionless face than Rhett's but evidently Melanie saw something else, something that made her give her trust.
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16  With the exception of desperately ill and severely wounded men, Scarlett's was a completely feminized world and this irked her, for she neither liked nor trusted her own sex and, worse still, was always bored by it.
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17  The officers were elected by the members, for no one in the County had had any military experience except a few veterans of the Mexican and Seminole wars and, besides, the Troop would have scorned a veteran as a leader if they had not personally liked him and trusted him.
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