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1  And I watched the other girls.
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2  "I stood there in the doorway before you saw me and I watched you," he said.
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3  As she passed the stove, she shoved the handkerchief into the flames and with impotent anger watched it burn.
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4  He gave her the box with a slightly sardonic smile and watched her while she put it on again and preened herself.
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5  Scarlett had no qualm of conscience as she watched them but only a feeling of vast relief that she had made her escape.
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6  Filled with her own anxieties, she nevertheless watched him with affectionate pride, for Gerald was an excellent horseman.
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7  She watched the swell of his powerful shoulders against the cloth with a fascination that was disturbing, a little frightening.
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8  It was the first time she had ever seen any woman who she knew for certain had "done something to her hair" and she watched her, fascinated.
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9  Those who, as yet, had no horses sat on the curb in front of Bullard's store and watched their mounted comrades, chewed tobacco and told yarns.
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10  Atlanta had watched while train after train rolled through the town, hour after hour, passenger coaches, box cars, flat cars, filled with shouting men.
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11  Scarlett shivered as she watched him run down the walk to the carriage, his saber glinting in the feeble winter sunlight, the fringe of his sash dancing jauntily.
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12  All the way across the floor, a man, newly come and standing in the doorway, saw them, started in recognition and watched closely the slanting eyes in the sulky, rebellious face.
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13  "You'd think they'd had enough fighting in Virginia," said Cade bitterly, as he watched the two bristle like game-cocks over who should be the first to kiss the fluttering and flattered Aunt Pitty.
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14  For an hour she had watched Rhett hold the yarn Melanie was winding for knitting, had noted the blank inscrutable expression when Melanie talked at length and with pride of Ashley and his promotion.
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15  Scarlett, though filled with the universal Southern desire to believe only the pleasantest and most reassuring things about the progress of the fighting, felt cold as she watched the motley ranks go by.
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16  With old ladies you were sweet and guileless and appeared as simple minded as possible, for old ladies were sharp and they watched girls as jealously as cats, ready to pounce on any indiscretion of tongue or eye.
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17  Scarlett sat in the window of her bedroom that midsummer morning and disconsolately watched the wagons and carriages full of girls, soldiers and chaperons ride gaily out Peachtree road in search of woodland decorations for the bazaar which was to be held that evening for the benefit of the hospitals.
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