1 The mere fact of obeying her orders, of feeling free to go about his business again and talk with other men, restored his shaken balance and magnified his sense of what he owed her.
2 Besides, he hated lying; if he wanted the money he wanted it, and it was nobody's business to ask why.
3 Ethan left the grays in Hale's stable and went about some other business in the village.
4 Toby, who had handled Gerald's horses for twenty years, pushed out his lips in mute indignation at being told how to conduct his own business.
5 In transacting business for O'Hara Brothers, he had visited Augusta, a hundred miles up the Savannah River, and he had traveled inland far enough to visit the old towns westward from that city.
6 Mammy pinched small Jack, and he hastened to his business of slowly swishing the paper ribbons back and forth behind Ellen.
7 Gerald rode beside the carriage on his big hunter, warm with brandy and pleased with himself for having gotten through with the unpleasant business of Wilkerson so speedily.
8 If a man's not a gentleman, he's no business on a horse.
9 Finally the business section fell behind and the residences came into view.
10 A boring matter of business, Mrs. Wilkes.
11 You didn't have your mind on your business and I'll wager you weren't thinking about our Cause or the hospital.
12 Blockading is a business with me and I'm making money out of it.
13 She had often heard in Charleston and Savannah that Atlanta people gossiped more and meddled in other people's business more than any other people in the South, and now she believed it.
14 War is a dirty business and I do not like dirt.
15 Except for the messy business of nursing and the bore of bandage rolling, she did not care if the war lasted forever.