1 And everybody was going to the bazaar and the ball tonight except her.
2 She had worked twice as hard as any girl in town, getting things ready for the bazaar.
3 Old Levi, Mrs. Merriwether's coachman, who had led the orchestras for every bazaar, ball and wedding since Atlanta was named Marthasville, rapped with his bow for attention.
4 Few except the ladies who were conducting the bazaar had arrived yet, but all eyes turned toward him.
5 She was at the bazaar but not a part of it.
6 The bazaar had taken place Monday night and today was only Thursday.
7 No one but a scamp would say the things about the Confederacy that he had said at the bazaar.
8 During the months that followed the bazaar, Rhett called whenever he was in town, taking Scarlett riding in his carriage, escorting her to danceables and bazaars and waiting outside the hospital to drive her home.
9 And how shocked everybody had been when she danced at the bazaar.
10 Pretty lak w'en I first see you at ze bazaar.
11 Carol was embarrassed and excessively agreeable, like the bishop's lady trying not to feel out of place at a Baptist bazaar.
12 It would be a splendid bazaar, she said; she would love to go.
13 I asked for leave to go to the bazaar on Saturday night.
14 On Saturday morning I reminded my uncle that I wished to go to the bazaar in the evening.
15 When he was midway through his dinner I asked him to give me the money to go to the bazaar.