1 The man owned the property, and the woman managed it.
2 Even with Honey, with whom he had an unspoken understanding of marriage when he came into his property next fall, he was diffident and silent.
3 It was when Uncle Henry was giving her an account of her property that he broached the matter of her permanent residence in Atlanta.
4 It was the bold way his eyes looked out of his swarthy face with a displeasing air of insolence, as if all women were his property to be enjoyed in his own good time.
5 That terrific scandal concerning the Charleston girl he had compromised and the brother he had killed was public property.
6 Here loomed up the dark bulk of the mock-orange hedge that marked the beginning of the MacIntosh property.
7 Somewhere amid these ruins, undistinguishable from the others, lay what remained of her own warehouse on the property Charles had left her.
8 She just didn't know where her farms and town property and money had gone but everything had slipped away.
9 Everything except the house she was living in was gone and Pitty did not stop to think that the house had never been hers but was the joint property of Melanie and Scarlett.
10 The few letters she had had from him in connection with Charles' property showed that.
11 The old lawyer was battling valiantly to save the house and the one piece of downtown property where the warehouse had been, so Wade and Scarlett would have something left from the wreckage.
12 I hear she lost most of her property and Mr. Henry Hamilton's in bad shape himself.
13 She even talked of building a saloon on the property where her warehouse had been until Sherman burned it.
14 Owning saloon property was a bad business, an unlucky business, almost as bad as renting to a house of prostitution.
15 For some time there had been an agitation in Washington to confiscate all "Rebel property" to pay the United States' war debt and this agitation had kept Scarlett in a state of anguished apprehension.