1 Her husband had given her the farm and she had managed to sell it, and with that and the alimony she had started a lunch-room at Bettsbridge and bloomed into activity and importance.
2 And I'll sell my boats to some foolish Englishman who thinks he can slip them through.
3 The only way to redeem yourself is to enlist after you sell your boats.
4 The South had always lived by selling cotton and buying the things it did not produce, but now it could neither sell nor buy.
5 And if you so much as breathe to her where the fighting is, I'll sell you South as sure as gun's iron.
6 You'll go or I'll sell you down the river.
7 You'll never see your mother again or anybody you know and I'll sell you for a field hand too.
8 I'll sell him the diamond earbobs.
9 There's a man named Johnson who has one, way out Peachtree road, and he's anxious to sell it.
10 He needs some cash right away, so he wants to sell and stay and run it for me at a weekly wage.
11 Scarlett O'Hara, the proudest of the proud, trying to sell needlework to the Yankees.
12 Half the money is honestly mine," he continued, "honestly made with the aid of honest Union patriots who were willing to sell out the Union behind its back--for one-hundred-per-cent profit on their goods.
13 It came from Confederate cotton which I managed to run through the blockade and sell in Liverpool at sky-high prices.
14 Frank told me about this man who has a sawmill, a little one out Peachtree road, and he wants to sell it.
15 He's got to have cash money pretty quick and he'll sell it cheap.