1 Coastal Georgia was too firmly held by an entrenched aristocracy for him ever to hope to win the place he intended to have.
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2 And naturally the British aristocracy sympathized with the Confederacy, as one aristocrat with another, against a race of dollar lovers like the Yankees.
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3 The old families they yearned after might have cast Scarlett out but the ladies of the new aristocracy did not know it.
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4 Then in a shy avalanche arrived the entire aristocracy of Gopher Prairie: all persons engaged in a profession, or earning more than twenty-five hundred dollars a year, or possessed of grandparents born in America.
5 The aristocracy of Gopher Prairie, even the wives of the rival doctors, took part, and for several days there was community spirit and much uplift.
6 Connie was well-to-do intelligentsia, but he was aristocracy.
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7 It is not the individuals that make an aristocracy: it is the functioning of the aristocratic whole.
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8 Instead, I saw a real aristocracy, armed with a perfected science and working to a logical conclusion the industrial system of to-day.
9 The Upper-world people might once have been the favoured aristocracy, and the Morlocks their mechanical servants: but that had long since passed away.
10 I even tried a Carlyle-like scorn of this wretched aristocracy in decay.
11 Also, the local peasants bore an intelligent look on their faces, the cattle were of the best possible breed, and even the peasants' pigs belonged to the porcine aristocracy.
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12 I wish only to tell you that aristocracy is a principle, and in our days none but immoral or silly people can live without principles.
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13 aristocracy appear to me a means of maintaining that.
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14 He had recognized by certain unmistakable signs, that his fair incognita belonged to the aristocracy.
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15 The aristocracy of the lance has allied itself with the nobility of the cannon.
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