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1  There was urgency in Mammy's voice.
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2  She turned to Prissy and spoke with feverish urgency.
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3  Melanie's eyes were wide and bright with soft urgency.
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4  Her mind prodded to action by the feverish urgency of Melanie's voice, Scarlett thought hard.
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5  It was resonant, deeper, and his words fell swiftly as though hurried with some inner urgency.
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6  "You say it for me and light some candles, too," he said, smiling at the frightened urgency in her voice.
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7  There were harsh lines of fatigue and urgency in his face but his tattered gray hat was off with a sweep.
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8  And they were caring about life again, caring with the same urgency and the same violence that animated them before the war had cut their lives in two.
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9  Frank gave her the three hundred dollars, bewildered by her sweet urgency, reluctant at first, because it meant the end of his hope of buying the sawmill immediately.
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10  That stormy night when the knocker hammered on the door with such hurried urgency, she stood on the landing, clutching her wrapper to her and, looking down into the hall below, had one glimpse of Tony's swarthy saturnine face before he leaned forward and blew out the candle in Frank's hand.
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