1 The army, driven back into Virginia, went into winter quarters on the Rapidan--a tired, depleted army since the defeat at Gettysburg-- and as the Christmas season approached, Ashley came home on furlough.
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2 It was as if Atlanta society, scattered and wrecked by war, depleted by death, bewildered by change, had found in her an unyielding nucleus about which it could re-form.
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3 The luncheon table showed a depleted circle.
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4 By the time the depleted regiment had again reached the first open space they were receiving a fast and merciless fire.
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5 The depleted band drew a long breath of relief and gathered itself into a bunch to complete its trip.
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6 A depleted bank account had caused me to postpone my holiday, and as to my companion, neither the country nor the sea presented the slightest attraction to him.
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7 And thus the land-owners, despite their marvellous efforts, are really a transient class, continually being depleted by those who fall back into the class of renters or metayers, and augmented by newcomers from the masses.
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