1 In her large black hands was a tray upon which food smoked, two large yams covered with butter, a pile of buckwheat cakes dripping syrup, and a large slice of ham swimming in gravy.
2 Defiantly, she tossed the ring onto the top of the pile.
3 Then it was laid gently on the pile of jewelry.
4 In her apron was a pile of silver tableware.
5 His eyes were bitter as he looked toward the axe and the pile of logs.
6 She remembered the cold wind that swept the orchard of Tara and Ashley standing by a pile of rails, his eyes looking beyond her.
7 Because of these delays she arrived at the lumber yard later than she intended and found Hugh and the team drivers sitting on a low pile of lumber waiting for her.
8 She went to the lumber yard and bullied Hugh until he hid himself behind a pile of lumber.
9 "Mr. Wilkes could make a pile of money out of the mills some day," said Rhett.
10 She squealed as he leaped on a pile of brush and fired at the rabbit which ran out.
11 He rubbed her feet, and covered her with the buffalo robe and horse-blankets from the pile on the feed-box.
12 The pile of stove-wood grew astonishingly.
13 Hugh learned that the pile was the hiding-place of Injuns; he went gunning for them while the elders talked of uninteresting things.
14 The rear of the Bon Ton Store was grim with blistered black-painted iron shutters, under them a pile of once glossy red shirt-boxes, now a pulp from recent rain.
15 In the center of the block, by itself, was the stable for the three horses of the drayman, and beside it a pile of manure.