1 He stood there a moment, breathing quickly, and looking up and down the street, in which not another figure moved.
2 Denis laughed, and gave the horse a cut that brought him quickly abreast of her retreating figure.
3 She stopped short, and he felt, in the darkness, that her face was lifted quickly to his.
4 She waited while he seated himself with crossed legs in the front of the sled; then she crouched quickly down at his back and clasped her arms about him.
5 She sat huddled in an arm-chair near the stove, and when I came in she turned her head quickly toward me, without the least corresponding movement of her body.
6 She quickly brought order, dignity and grace into Gerald's household, and she gave Tara a beauty it had never had before.
7 The languor of midday had taken hold of the gathering, but underneath lurked tempers that could rise to killing heights in a second and flare out as quickly.
8 Scarlett thought quickly but could remember no family in the County or Atlanta or Savannah by that name.
9 "No," she said quickly, her eyes glinting up at him ominously.
10 But she carried the child through its time with a minimum of discomfort, bore him with little distress and recovered so quickly that Mammy told her privately it was downright common--ladies should suffer more.
11 So she turned quickly where Uncle Peter pointed and bowed.
12 He was beside her quickly and his deft fingers untied the wide bow under her chin.
13 Her eyes sought his face quickly and with joy, wondering if he meant that leaving her was breaking his heart, even as it was breaking hers.
14 The thing that mattered was for the war to finish quickly and for Ashley to come home.
15 Scarlett rose quickly, struggling with her anger.