1 "Aunt Martha's ain't got a faded leaf on 'em; but they pine away when they ain't cared for," she said reflectively.'
2 The big house burned a year ago and the fields are growing up in brush and seedling pine.
3 The muddy Flint River, running silently between walls of pine and water oak covered with tangled vines, wrapped about Gerald's new land like a curving arm and embraced it on two sides.
4 Looking out the window, Scarlett saw Pork, who had left the room a moment before, holding high a flaring pine knot, while indistinguishable figures descended from a wagon.
5 She remained gloomily in her room until afternoon and then the sight of the returning picnickers with wagons piled high with pine boughs, vines and ferns did not cheer her.
6 The walls were banked with pine branches that gave out a spicy smell, making the corners of the room into pretty bowers where the chaperons and old ladies would sit.
7 No air moved and the flaring pine knots the negroes held made the air hotter.
8 She must remember to tell Dilcey to use pine knots and save the grease for cooking.
9 Someone had scattered the blazing logs in the open fireplace across the whole room and the tinder-dry pine floor was sucking in the flames and spewing them up like water.
10 In the semi- darkness she saw boxes and bales of goods, plows and harness and saddles and cheap pine coffins.
11 He had kept sternly at bay those two enemies of Georgia planters, the seedling pine and the blackberry brambles.
12 A screened porch with pillars of thin painted pine surmounted by scrolls and brackets and bumps of jigsawed wood.
13 It was a tall lean shabby structure, three stories of yellow-streaked wood, the corners covered with sanded pine slabs purporting to symbolize stone.
14 But she was unexpectedly cheerful, and her dining-room, with its thin tablecloth on a long pine table, had the decency of clean bareness.
15 Jackson Elder's small planing-mill, with the smell of fresh pine shavings and the burr of circular saws.