1 It was during their night walks back to the farm that he felt most intensely the sweetness of this communion.
2 "It might have fallen off into the snow," Mattie continued, after a pause during which they had stood intently listening.
3 It was during one of these brawls that Stuart Tarleton had shot Cade Calvert and Tony Fontaine had shot Brent.
4 She liked this position, for she seldom failed to go to sleep during prayers and, in this postures it escaped her mother's notice.
5 There had been no talk of politics or impending war all during the morning, because of Mr. Wilkes' request that the ladies should not be bored.
6 It irritated her so much that during one formal call she aped Gerald's brogue to her aunt's distress.
7 But during the years before Gerald married Ellen, the tiny settlement, twenty-five miles north of Tara, slowly grew into a village and the tracks slowly pushed northward.
8 Deliverance came in the form she least expected when, during the after-dinner-nap period, Mrs. Merriwether and Mrs. Elsing drove up.
9 He came and went during these months, arriving unheralded and leaving without saying good-by.
10 A hasty note from Darcy Meade to the doctor, the only first-hand information Atlanta received during those first days of July, was passed from hand to hand, with mounting indignation.
11 She thought of all the things she had intended to say to him during this week.
12 Never once during these last days had he betrayed to Scarlett by one look, one word, anything but the affection a brother might show a sister or a friend, a lifelong friend.
13 In spite of all these trials and tribulations, Atlanta's ten thousand population had grown to double that number during the war.
14 General Steve Lee was there during the afternoon covering the retreat.
15 It was during these days that Scarlett dreamed and dreamed again the nightmare which was to haunt her for years.