1 Mrs. Hale answered simply: "There was nowhere else for her to go;" and my heart tightened at the thought of the hard compulsions of the poor.
2 India was nowhere to be seen, but Scarlett knew she probably was in the kitchen giving final instructions to the servants.
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3 Short of paper, short of ink, short of men, the newspapers had suspended publication after the siege began, and the wildest rumors appeared from nowhere and swept through the town.
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4 There was nowhere she could get any money, so the idea was out of the question.
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5 Big Sam was nowhere to be seen and, as she drew rein to wait for him, she worried about his absence, fearing the Yankees might have already picked him up.
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6 There was nowhere else to bring him, Miss Wilkes.
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7 Life shorn of either feeling appeared to him a diminished thing; and nowhere was the blending of the two ingredients so essential as in the character of a pretty woman.
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8 Yet, in spite of this, nowhere in all America will you find more patrician-like houses; parks and gardens more opulent, than in New Bedford.
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9 It nowhere appears that he ever actually harpooned his fish, unless, indeed, from the inside.
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10 But quickly they returned to him with the tidings that the Parsee was nowhere to be found.
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11 He hadn't been seen nowhere except in a little town they call Conway.
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12 Everywhere in the country tonight the old party politicians are studying this vote, and setting their sails by it; and nowhere will they be quicker or more cunning than here in our own city.
13 The river glanced by with its ordinary velocity, but the canoe was nowhere to be seen on its dark waters.
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14 The eye could range, in every direction, through the long and shadowed vistas of the trees; but nowhere was any object to be seen that did not properly belong to the peaceful and slumbering scenery.
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15 He told me I could go nowhere but that he could get me; and that, in the event of my running away, he should spare no pains in his efforts to catch me.
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