1 Just how, the twins did not know, but the fine glow had gone out of the afternoon.
2 They're fine lads, but if it's Cade Calvert you're setting your cap after, why, 'tis the same with me.'
3 "That's a fine bevy, Ma'm," said Gerald gallantly, reining his horse alongside the carriage.
4 No, a fine little stallion with legs two yards long.
5 "That's a fine woman," said Gerald, putting on his hat and taking his place beside his own carriage.
6 Rhett Butler removed a fine linen handkerchief from his coat pocket and idly flicked dust from his sleeve.
7 And they'd all be sorry when I came back here to visit in a fine carriage and with lots of pretty clothes and a house of my own.
8 They built their fine homes on Whitehall and Washington streets and along the high ridge of land on which countless generations of moccasined Indian feet had beaten a path called the Peachtree Trail.
9 He didn't even die in a fine glow of gallantry in battle, so she could brag about him.
10 There, I'll be saying no more tonight, for I'm going to see this fine Captain Butler who makes so light of me daughter's reputation.
11 "It's a fine way you've acted, Pa," she began in a furious whisper.
12 In them there were no fine descriptive pages of bivouacs and charges such as Darcy Meade wrote his parents or poor Dallas McLure had written his old-maid sisters, Misses Faith and Hope.
13 Their ears are too full of bugles and drums and the fine words from stay-at-home orators.
14 "I'm tempting you with fine gifts until your girlish ideals are quite worn away and you are at my mercy," he said.
15 In his eyes, there was a fagged, haunted look, and the sunburned skin was tight across the fine bones of his face--her same handsome Ashley, yet so very different.