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1  The piano was silent again for she was utterly at a loss.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
Get Context   In CHAPTER XVII
2  "Oh, well," said Scarlett, on whom military strategy was utterly lost.
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3  He was utterly lacking in the aggressiveness needed in these new bitter times.
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4  And she knew that this was utterly wrong, knew she should be shocked and infuriated.
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5  The ladies smiled approvingly, for his lightest utterance was regarded as incontrovertible truth.
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6  But the deadly quietness of his voice frightened her, left her utterly at a loss as to her next move.
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7  In some way that she could not understand, her plans of last night had failed utterly so far as Ashley was concerned.
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8  Rumor had it that Captain Butler was one of the best pilots in the South and that he was reckless and utterly without nerves.
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9  Indignation at being misunderstood mingled with Scarlett's forlorn feeling of being out of everything and strangled all utterance.
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10  Just at this moment, nothing mattered to her except that she looked utterly charming in the first pretty hat she had put on her head in two years.
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11  Suddenly she thought of Ashley, saw him as vividly as though he stood beside her, sunny haired, drowsy eyed, full of dignity, so utterly different from Rhett.
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12  But they were all well mannered, beautifully tailored, and they evidently admired her, so it mattered little to Scarlett that they chose to live utterly in the present.
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13  Mammy's smile at the front door was the smile reserved for quality folks, Pitty served him coffee laced with brandy and fluttered about him and Scarlett hung on his every utterance.
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14  They were all beautiful with the blinding beauty that transfigures even the plainest woman when she is utterly protected and utterly loved and is giving back that love a thousandfold.
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15  She was a handsome woman, to be sure, but all that pretty, sweet softness had gone from her face and that flattering way of looking up at a man, like he knew more than God Almighty, had utterly vanished.
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16  If all her capacity to feel had not been utterly exhausted, something in her would have protested against the plan taking form in her mind, for she hated Rhett as she hated no other person in all the world.
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17  So their unthinking insults to her state, her people and their morals, glanced off and never struck deep enough to cause her more than a well-concealed sneer until an incident occurred which made her sick with rage and showed her, if she needed any showing, how wide was the gap between North and South and how utterly impossible it was to bridge it.
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