1 To all these arguments, Scarlett smiled but said nothing, unwilling to commit herself before learning how she would like Atlanta and constant association with her in-laws.
2 I had hoped that association with me might improve your taste.
3 An association lurked in every fold: each fall of lace and gleam of embroidery was like a letter in the record of her past.
4 She impulsively invited the Dillons to the dramatic association meeting, and when Kennicott was brusque to them she was unusually cordial, and felt virtuous.
5 She would make the dramatic association understand her aspiration.
6 A Dunsany play would be too difficult for the Gopher Prairie association.
7 Sam Clark had boastfully written about the dramatic association to his schoolmate, Percy Bresnahan, president of the Velvet Motor Company of Boston.
8 All through the spring the association thrilled to its own talent in that dismal room.
9 The rest of the association dropped into the theater every evening, and were literary and superior.
10 She wanted to give up the play, the dramatic association, the town.
11 She turned to the Chautauqua as she had turned to the dramatic association, to the library-board.
12 There were three courts: one belonging to Harry Haydock, one to the cottages at the lake, and one, a rough field on the outskirts, laid out by a defunct tennis association.
13 Suddenly he was going about proposing the reorganization of the tennis association, and writing names in a fifteen-cent note-book bought for the purpose at Dyer's.
14 He proposed an informal exhibition match to advertise the association; he suggested that Carol and himself, the Haydocks, the Woodfords, and the Dillons play doubles, and that the association be formed from the gathered enthusiasts.
15 He would have been valuable if we'd tried to start the dramatic association again.