1 Heads bowed in the circle of yellow light as Ellen thanked God for the health and happiness of her home, her family and her negroes.
2 They would swarm around her like bees around a hive, and certainly Ashley would be drawn from Melanie to join the circle of her admirers.
3 The Munroe girls rushed up to exclaim over her dress, and she was speedily the center of a circle of voices that rose higher and higher in efforts to be heard above the din.
4 Ashley had made no attempt to join the circle about her, in fact she had not had a word alone with him since arriving, or even spoken to him since their first greeting.
5 That radiance lasted until everyone in the circle about the open fire began to yawn, and Mr. Wilkes and the girls took their departure for the hotel.
6 Instead of continuing the direct assault, he swung his army in a wide circle again and tried to come between the Confederates and Atlanta.
7 But Mrs. Whiting went and many other ladies of Scarlett's circle.
8 She sat down on the steps in the circle of faint light thrown by the lamp and continued gnawing on the corn bread.
9 The lamp on the sidewalk burned on, making a tiny yellow circle of light which grew smaller and smaller as they moved away.
10 Within their circle lay the ruins of John Wilkes' house, the charred remains of that once stately home which had crowned the hill in white-columned dignity.
11 Will paused and his eyes went quietly around the circle of faces.
12 Better than a ladies' sewing circle.
13 Trembling they obeyed, even Pitty picking up a sock and holding it in shaking fingers while her eyes, wide as a frightened child's went around the circle for an explanation.
14 How long Melanie read beneath that circle of watching eyes, Scarlett never knew but it seemed hours.
15 Other misfits in Scarlett's circle remained there only because they were not welcome elsewhere.