1 Under Mrs. Merriwether's goading, Dr. Meade took action, in the form of a letter to the newspaper wherein he did not mention Rhett by name, though his meaning was obvious.
2 No, Scarlett, the idea of assistance from abroad is just a newspaper invention to keep up the morale of the South.
3 Somewhere, Ashley was fighting, perhaps dying, and the newspaper office was the only place where she could learn the truth.
4 The side window of the newspaper office opened and a hand was extended, bearing a sheaf of long narrow galley proofs, smeared with fresh ink and thick with names closely printed.
5 Don't forget to put a newspaper across your chest under your shirt.
6 The little room, cheaply furnished in black walnut, was in semidarkness, the lamp shaded with a newspaper.
7 Her search was rewarded by the discovery of a very blond young man with a soft reddish beard, who, at the other end of the carriage, appeared to be dissembling himself behind an unfolded newspaper.
8 Unwinding the latter, she produced a small parcel wrapped in dirty newspaper.
9 She had no idea of reading the letters; even to unfold Mrs. Haffen's dirty newspaper would have seemed degrading.
10 So brilliant was the snow-glare that when she entered the house she saw the door-knobs, the newspaper on the table, every white surface as dazzling mauve, and her head was dizzy in the pyrotechnic dimness.
11 She bustled to the kitchen, stoked the wood-range, sang Schumann while she boiled the kettle, warmed up raisin cookies on a newspaper spread on the rack in the oven.
12 Carol herself had the baby, a larger house to care for, all the telephone calls for Kennicott when he was away; and she read everything, while Vida was satisfied with newspaper headlines.
13 This altogether admirable tradition rules the vaudeville stage, facetious illustrators, and syndicated newspaper humor, but out of actual life it passed forty years ago.
14 But she had no desire to read the eloquent little newspaper essays in praise of labor which are daily written by the white-browed journalistic prophets.
15 In panic she insisted on being attentive to Kennicott, when he wanted to be left alone to read the newspaper.