1 No one paid her any attention and she was the only young unmarried woman present who did not have a beau.
2 We should have paid heed to cynics like Butler who knew, instead of statesmen who felt--and talked.
3 He had good pilots and paid them well, and they slid out of Charleston and Wilmington on dark nights, bearing cotton for Nassau, England and Canada.
4 So Mrs. Merriwether invited him to dinner, feeling that this concession more than paid for the gift.
5 She fervently wished she had paid more attention to the whispered conversations of matrons on the subject of childbirth.
6 She thought she heard a feeble call from the next room but she paid it no heed.
7 They say you ought to paid lots more taxes than you did.
8 She had been so engrossed with the job of making Tara produce she had paid little heed to what was going on in the world outside.
9 Uncle Henry had paid last year's taxes on it for her.
10 Vaguely she had a memory of Suellen chattering about Frank and a store but she never paid much heed to anything Suellen said.
11 And our folks had paid good solid money for it, and I thought it still ought to belong to the Confederacy or to the Confederates.
12 They've got to have lumber for their houses, so I'm going to buy this mill just as soon as--well, as soon as some of the bills owing me are paid.
13 Will's letter hammered into her mind the fact she knew only too well--that time was getting shorter and shorter before the extra taxes must be paid.
14 Will wrote that the taxes had been paid and Jonas Wilkerson "acted up pretty bad" at the news but had made no other threats so far.
15 He's hard as nails and slick as a snake, but he'd be honest if it paid him to be honest.