1 He rummaged in the drawer for a sheet of paper, found one, and began to write.
2 Prompted by Mammy's hoarse whisper, Jack set his fly-brush in the corner and removed the dishes, while Mammy fumbled in the sideboard drawer for Ellen's worn prayer book.
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3 In her top drawer was a handkerchief just like this, one that Rhett Butler had lent her only yesterday to wrap about the stems of wild flowers they had picked.
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4 She opened the top drawer soundlessly and caught up the heavy pistol she had brought from Atlanta, the weapon Charles had worn but never fired.
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5 She tore open her top bureau drawer and scratched about in the clothing until the Yankee's wallet was in her hand.
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6 She arose cautiously, pushed her door half-closed and then dug about in the bottom bureau drawer beneath her underwear.
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7 The daring black chemise of frail chiffon and lace was a hussy at which the deep-bosomed bed stiffened in disgust, and she hurled it into a bureau drawer, hid it beneath a sensible linen blouse.
8 "I have a letter somewhere," looking in the machine drawer and finding the letter in the bottom of the workbasket.
9 She gathered together stray garments that were hanging on the backs of chairs, and put each where it belonged in closet or bureau drawer.
10 The letter was right there at hand in the drawer of the little table upon which Edna had just placed her coffee cup.
11 Mademoiselle opened the drawer and drew forth the letter, the topmost one.
12 Mademoiselle smoothed the letter out, restored it to the envelope, and replaced it in the table drawer.
13 Then he turned to the cash register, and punched up five cents, and began to pull money out of the drawer.
14 Mrs. Bird slowly opened the drawer.
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15 This drawer I beg of you to carry back with you to Cavendish Square exactly as it stands.
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