1 And, most dreadful of all, they could in no way indicate an interest in the company of gentlemen.
2 And should a gentleman be so ill bred as to indicate an interest in her, she must freeze him with a dignified but well-chosen reference to her dead husband.
3 "I consider this whole affair a tempest in a teapot," said Scarlett coldly, rattling her papers to indicate that as far as she was concerned the discussion was finished.
4 But only by the flashing needle and the delicate brows drawn down toward her nose did Melanie indicate that she was inwardly seething.
5 She knew that he was trying to keep her from going, trying to indicate that he was something more than a person to whom one brought trousers for pressing.
6 Carol smiled ingratiatingly, to indicate that she was indeed one who desired to sacrifice, but she sighed, "I don't know; I'm afraid I'm not heroic."
7 'Little now; be very much when cook,' spreading out her hands as if to indicate that the pint would swell to a gallon.
8 The pride of appearance which this would indicate was not my own.
9 Now the great salt plain stretched before his eyes, and the distant belt of savage mountains, without a sign anywhere of plant or tree, which might indicate the presence of moisture.
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10 He jerked his head swiftly to indicate the candle burning on the table.
11 On such occasions as this a thousand ideas pass through a highly charged woman's head; and they indicate themselves on her face; but the changes, though actual, are minute.
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12 He had foresight, but has less now than formerly, pointing to a moral retrogression, which, when taken with the decline of his fortunes, seems to indicate some evil influence, probably drink, at work upon him.
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13 "That seems the most reasonable theory," said Stapleton, and he gave a sigh which I took to indicate his relief.
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14 It only remains to indicate the part which she had played throughout.
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15 It is possible that I may be in a position then to indicate some course of action.
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