1 They did not like the dark shade of the thickets hedging the pasture creek, and they twitched their ears at Scarlett as if appreciative of human companionship.
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2 But they don't make 'em any more appreciative and so on.'
3 Colin's face was thoughtful and appreciative.
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4 As the six evenings had dwindled away, to five, to four, to three, to two, I had become more and more appreciative of the society of Joe and Biddy.
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5 He was looking at her with an odd, flickering smile, faintly sensual and appreciative.
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6 He was very genial and very appreciative of what we had done, and took off our hands all cares as to details.
7 Boris smiled circumspectly, so that it might be taken as ironical or appreciative according to the way the joke was received.
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8 From these no appreciable beams now radiated, except when a more than usually smart gust brushed over their faces and raised a fitful glow which came and went like the blush of a girl.
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9 Strangers who had heard of many such cases now merely heard of one more; but immediately where a blow falls no previous imaginings amount to appreciable preparation for it.
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10 Kennicott's rival gasped at this insult to professional ethics, and he took an appreciable second before he recovered his social manner.
11 When the Irish Revival began to be appreciable Mrs. Kearney determined to take advantage of her daughter's name and brought an Irish teacher to the house.
12 Fifty years ago the ability of Negro students in any appreciable numbers to master a modern college course would have been difficult to prove.
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13 "I do appreciate good advice so much," said Scarlett, with all the sarcasm she could muster.
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14 Just compare me with those rag-tags over there and you'll appreciate me more.
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15 Now I appreciate your hesitance in discussing the matter with me.
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