1 During those days of anxiety and struggle there was only one dependable, understanding person in her world, and that person was Rhett Butler.
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2 She told herself how good he was, how dependable and understanding.
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3 It was the first time that either of them had found a dependable intellectual companionship.
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4 She found no inspiration but she did find a dependable kindness in Mrs. Westlake, and at last she yielded to the old woman's receptivity and had relief in sobbing the story of Bea.
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5 Beth is the best of little creeters, and a sight of help to me, bein so forehanded and dependable.
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6 Yes, she had none of Connie's silliness, Connie was more a child: you had to make excuses for her, because she was not altogether dependable.
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7 This gave the hunter little uneasiness, however, for there was game to be had among the mountains, and he had frequently before had to depend upon his rifle for the needs of life.
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8 The whole management and organisation of this farm depend on us.
9 You may depend upon it, sir," he told Mr. Utterson: "I have him in my hand.
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10 There was never a day when, if you had said to me, 'Jekyll, my life, my honour, my reason, depend upon you,' I would not have sacrificed my left hand to help you.
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11 If thou meanest yonder Saxon churls," said Front-de-Boeuf, "their ransom will depend upon other terms than thine.
12 That's our civilization and our education: bring up the masses to depend entirely on spending money, and then the money gives out.
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13 After all that I said to her as we came along, I thought she would have behaved better; I told her how much might depend upon her acquitting herself well at first.
14 Luckily the strength of the piece did not depend upon him.
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15 Her temper he had good reason to depend on and to praise.
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