1 There was no one to tell Scarlett that her own personality, frighteningly vital though it was, was more attractive than any masquerade she might adopt.
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2 So, she was intensely annoyed when he dropped his masquerade and set out apparently upon a deliberate campaign to alienate Atlanta's good will.
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3 Nor can I masquerade in a cloak of romance and patriotism, no matter how convenient it might be.
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4 These," Carol announced, "are real Chinese masquerade costumes.
5 Her marriage to Leonce Pontellier was purely an accident, in this respect resembling many other marriages which masquerade as the decrees of Fate.
6 In short, he entirely sacrificed every appearance of the warrior to the masquerade of a buffoon.
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7 At the sight of Gamut, accompanied by one in the well-known masquerade of their most distinguished conjurer, they readily made way for them both.
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8 with mirth and music the masquerade went on.
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9 They got up a masquerade, and had a gay time New Year's Eve.
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10 Something of masquerade I suspected.
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11 On chairs were laid elegant masquerade costumes of blue and white satin.
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12 When Franz recovered his senses, he saw Albert drinking a glass of water, of which, to judge from his pallor, he stood in great need; and the count, who was assuming his masquerade costume.
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13 Candide and Martin did not doubt that this was a masquerade of the Carnival.
14 In each of these closets were placed masquerade dresses.
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15 The first two, I need hardly remark, are the same who masqueraded as the Russian count and his son, so we can give a very full description of them.
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