1 During the first months Ethan alternately burned with the desire to see Mattie defy her and trembled with fear of the result.
2 The cat had jumped from Zeena's chair to dart at a mouse in the wainscot, and as a result of the sudden movement the empty chair had set up a spectral rocking.
3 But the next time came and went, and the result was nothing--nothing except that the fever possessing her rose higher and hotter.
4 As a result, Suellen's sullen resentment had passed beyond the point of ladylike concealment and she glowered at Scarlett.
5 The people of the town were suffering hardship, privation, sickness and death as severely as the rest of the Confederacy; but Atlanta, the city, had gained rather than lost as a result of the war.
6 The result is that you are unendurably uppity.
7 As a result, Aunt Pitty was chronically in what Uncle Peter called a "state," never knowing when her bedroom would be entered by an officer and a squad of men.
8 Atlanta was crowded with them and still they came by the hundreds, lazy and dangerous as a result of the new doctrines being taught them.
9 As the result, the puffiness which had begun to obscure the hard lines of his cheeks slowly disappeared and the circles beneath his black eyes were not so dark or so harshly cut.
10 As a result, Bonnie interrupted her elders whenever she pleased and contradicted her father and put him in his place.
11 The result was a small brown and white Shetland pony with a long silky mane and tail and a tiny sidesaddle with silver trimmings.
12 The result of her meditations was the decision to join her aunt at Richfield.
13 It left him, collapsed and breathing heavily, to an apathy so deep and prolonged that Lily almost feared the passers-by would think it the result of a seizure, and stop to offer their aid.
14 The immediate result of these conclusions was the passionate resolve to pay back her debt to Trenor.
15 But other memories importuned her also; the recollection of similar situations, as skillfully led up to, but through some malice of fortune, or her own unsteadiness of purpose, always failing of the intended result.