1 Only most fools won't see it and take advantage of the situation created by the collapse.
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2 Mrs. Merriwether felt that the South was heading for a complete moral collapse and frequently said so.
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3 When she found him one day standing on his head in Melanie's bed and saw him collapse on her, she slapped him.
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4 After the complete moral collapse which had sent her to Atlanta and to Rhett, the appropriation of her sister's betrothed seemed a minor affair and one not to be bothered with at this time.
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5 Once, the thought of flinging the truth tauntingly in Melanie's face and seeing the collapse of her fool's paradise had been an intoxicating one, a gesture worth everything she might lose thereby.
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6 It spoke much for the depth of Mrs. Trenor's friendship that her voice, in admonishing Miss Bart, took the same note of personal despair as if she had been lamenting the collapse of a house-party.
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7 She knew that she read mockery into greetings but she could not control her suspicion, could not rise from her psychic collapse.
8 Her chair was out in the open, exposed to their gaze, and it was a hard-slatted, quivery, slippery church-parlor chair, likely to collapse publicly and without warning.
9 The moment Kennicott had ordered her to bed she had begun to collapse.
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10 Emboldened by the collapse of the windmill, the human beings were inventing fresh lies about Animal Farm.
11 'I believe our civilization is going to collapse,' said Aunt Eva.
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12 A terrible hollow seemed to menace him somewhere, somehow, a void, and into this void his energy would collapse.
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13 If Horner were in danger it would be another thing; but this fellow will not appear against him, and the case must collapse.
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14 The collapse had come, as on former occasion, just as I had expected.
15 He lies on the sofa hardly seeming to breathe, and his whole body appears in collapse.