1 He foresaw so clearly the consequences of this imprudence that with considerable reluctance he decided to ask Andrew Hale for a small advance on his load.
2 They never arrived at the correct answer, which was that Scarlett on that day had decided to make them notice.
3 Miss O'Hara--I--I had already decided that if we did fight, I'd go over to South Carolina and join a troop there.
4 And he decided when Melly was old enough to put up her hair and go to parties.
5 She decided she was going to take this man down a notch or two.
6 She laughed unwillingly, and the laughing reflection under the green brim decided her instantly.
7 Finally she decided to remain quiet.
8 "But when we got to Richmond, those two scoundrels," indicating the Fontaines, "decided that as they were shaving their beards, mine should come off too."
9 "I'll make Rhett give me that new black felt of his," she decided.
10 "We'll take it with us," Scarlett decided swiftly.
11 "I won't think about it any more," she decided.
12 She decided to ride to the Fontaines' first, not because they were the nearest neighbors but because old Dr. Fontaine might be there.
13 In fact, Scarlett wondered if he could be called a gentleman at all and decided that he couldn't.
14 After she had unsuccessfully canvassed the town and refused the importuning of many eager Carpetbaggers, she finally decided to take Tommy's suggestion and ask Hugh Elsing.
15 Atlanta had been scandalized enough when Scarlett, a woman, began operating the sawmill but, as time went by, the town decided there was no limit to what she would do.