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1  However there was still plenty of hog meat, as well as chickens and vegetables.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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2  The soft earth was scarred with hoof prints and heavy wheels and the vegetables were mashed into the soil.
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3  There would be a good meal at Tara tonight, in spite of the lack of side meat to boil with the vegetables.
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4  Winter was coming and there would be no food, not even the poor remnants of the vegetables from the neighbors' gardens.
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5  They were eating the food meant for the mouths of Tara, vegetables over whose long rows she had wearied her back, food she had driven endless miles to buy.
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6  Tom Slattery owned no slaves, and he and his two oldest boys spasmodically worked their few acres of cotton, while the wife and younger children tended what was supposed to be a vegetable garden.
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7  That he was a shrewd trader brought him Scarlett's respect, for he could ride out in the mornings with a bushel or two of apples, sweet potatoes and other vegetables and return with seeds, lengths of cloth, flour and other necessities which she knew she could never have acquired, good trader though she was.
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