1 "I think you are vile and mercenary," said Scarlett, but her remark was automatic.
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2 They are pioneers, these sweaty wayfarers, for all their telephones and bank-accounts and automatic pianos and co-operative leagues.
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3 They sat at a teak and marble table eating Eggs Fooyung, and listened to a brassy automatic piano, and were altogether cosmopolitan.
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4 Kennicott was automatic; he was the official, the physician.
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5 The Cooperative Commonwealth is a universal automatic insurance company and savings bank for all its members.
6 Directly he was working at his weapon like an automatic affair.
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7 No, he was Mester Ashby, a sort of automatic preaching and praying concern.
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8 I must confess that my satisfaction with my first theories of an automatic civilization and a decadent humanity did not long endure.
9 In prison he had suffered his beard to grow; his head fell on his shoulder, his legs bent beneath him, and his movements were apparently automatic and unconscious.
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10 The automatic quality of Gatsby's answer set us all back at least another minute.
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11 Now, an automatic process has led to that affair bringing about the discovery of other matters.
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12 "Of course I will," Scarlett said automatically.
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13 Hastily she began her decade, telling off the beads automatically but with a depth of emotion in her voice that caused Mammy to open her eyes and shoot a searching glance at her.
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14 She looked in the mirror and automatically pushed up loose strands of hair but she did not see her own reflection.
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15 As they dashed down the street and bumped over the railroad tracks, Rhett applied the whip automatically.
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