1 Just before we got home that new stallion Ma got in Kentucky last month was brought in, and the place was in a stew.
2 They had many friends, and for a month they carried Gerald from home to home, to suppers, dances and picnics.
3 "He's been gone to Louisiana this month now," said Gerald.
4 But don't you fret, Miss Scarlett, it'll be over in a month and we'll have them howling.
5 There was never a sight of a real man except when the commissary troop under Suellen's middle-aged beau, Frank Kennedy, rode by every month to collect supplies.
6 But she was back at Tara a month before Ellen expected her, with no explanation of her return.
7 When a Southerner took the trouble to pack a trunk and travel twenty miles for a visit, the visit was seldom of shorter duration than a month, usually much longer.
8 If her visit proved as dull as those in Savannah and Charleston, she would return home in a month.
9 Since that day, she only saw him formally, once a month, when Uncle Peter drove her to his office to get the housekeeping money.
10 I'll bet we could lick the Yankees in a month if all the militia of all the states went to Virginia.
11 But men who expected to die within a week or a month could not wait a year before they begged to call a girl by her first name, with "Miss," of course, preceding it.
12 The demands of the Confederate commissary were growing heavier by the month, and hers was the task of making Tara produce.
13 The rise always came, for with the increasing scarcity of necessities, prices leaped higher by the month.
14 For your information, I was in England, not a month ago, and I'll tell you this.
15 It was a month before he had news, news that raised them to the heights when they first heard it, but later created a gnawing anxiety in their hearts.