1 Scarlett vaguely remembered two ladies of those names who came from Atlanta to Tara to attend her wedding and she remembered that they were Miss Pittypat's best friends.
2 But on three afternoons a week she had to attend sewing circles and bandage-rolling committees of Melanie's friends.
3 Now that she had Will and Ashley to attend to whatever business she might have in Jonesboro and Fayetteville, she seldom left the plantation.
4 He said the books at the store had to be balanced and business was brisk enough now to give him little time to attend to this in working hours.
5 And the small group of old friends who did attend took their departure, embarrassed but firm, as soon as the governor entered Scarlett's house.
6 With Vida as lieutenant and unofficial commander she campaigned for a village nurse to attend poor families, raised the fund herself, saw to it that the nurse was young and strong and amiable and intelligent.
7 And so it turned out; Mr. Hosea Hussey being from home, but leaving Mrs. Hussey entirely competent to attend to all his affairs.
8 But we must let it continue hanging there a while till we can get a chance to attend to it.
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9 During the wait, Cutter left her at the depot and went to the Waymore bank to attend to some business.
10 Mr. Pontellier did not attend these soirees musicales.
11 Edna and her father had a warm, and almost violent dispute upon the subject of her refusal to attend her sister's wedding.
12 The daughter was just leaving the house to attend the meeting of a branch Folk Lore Society, and regretted that she could not accompany them.
13 They did not advertise their activities, having more calls than they could attend to without that.
14 "I'll attend to that all right," he said.
15 Then at night, when he could get off, Jurgis would attend the Socialist meetings.