1 From the window on the landing, she could see the group of men sitting under the arbor, drinking from tall glasses, and she knew they would remain there until late afternoon.
2 No one can remain a lady after saying and doing what I have just overheard.
3 So Scarlett had come to Atlanta with no idea as to how long she would remain.
4 If her stay was pleasant, she would remain indefinitely.
5 Finally she decided to remain quiet.
6 Atlanta--and all of Georgia--knew that the state was far too important to the Confederacy for General Joe Johnston to let the Yankees remain inside the state's borders for long.
7 Sherman was circling the town like a wrestler seeking a fresh hold on an opponent's body, and Hood did not remain behind his rifle pits waiting for the Yankees to attack.
8 Somehow, she had imagined it would remain broiling hot noon forever.
9 But even with this thought, she would pray fervently that he would remain indefinitely.
10 She could hardly remain in bed and look languid and make croaking noises until Aunt Pitty, Mammy and Uncle Peter were out of the house and on their way to Mrs. Bonnell's.
11 Sadly she knew that promise must be kept if Ashley were to remain near her.
12 Melanie's was the only house in which he would remain if she were present.
13 But she knew that no matter what beauty lay behind, it must remain there.
14 She did not, indeed, expect Lily to remain equally immovable: she had all the American guardian's indulgence for the volatility of youth.
15 Yes; but I have tried to remain amphibious: it's all right as long as one's lungs can work in another air.