1 In spite of her choked-back tears, Scarlett thrilled to the never- failing magic of her mother's touch, to the faint fragrance of lemon verbena sachet that came from her rustling silk dress.
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2 There entered with her the faint fragrance of lemon verbena sachet, which seemed always to creep from the folds of her dresses, a fragrance that was always linked in Scarlett's mind with her mother.
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3 She waited while he cut the lemon and dropped a thin disk into her cup.
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4 The news-butcher comes through selling chocolate bars and lemon drops.
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5 The boys wore shoe-packs, blue flannel shirts with enormous pearl buttons, and mackinaws of crimson, lemon yellow, and foxy brown.
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6 She visioned the fire-box: flames turned to lemon and metallic gold as the coal-dust sifted over them; thin twisty flutters of purple, ghost flames which gave no light, slipping up between the dark banked coals.
7 Further away still, vegetable gardens abounded, with frequent small plantations of orange or lemon trees intervening.
8 Some one had gathered orange and lemon branches, and with these fashioned graceful festoons between.
9 Together we scrutinized the twelve lemon cakes from the delicatessen shop.
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10 Here's a cigar, and the doctor has a prescription containing hot water and a lemon, which is good medicine on a night like this.
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11 The moocow came down the road where Betty Byrne lived: she sold lemon platt.
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12 Every Friday five crates of oranges and lemons arrived from a fruiterer in New York--every Monday these same oranges and lemons left his back door in a pyramid of pulpless halves.
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13 To divert his thoughts from this melancholy subject, I informed Mr. Micawber that I relied upon him for a bowl of punch, and led him to the lemons.
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14 Here Mr. Micawber provokingly left off; and began to peel the lemons that had been under my directions set before him, together with all the other appliances he used in making punch.
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