1 In her top drawer was a handkerchief just like this, one that Rhett Butler had lent her only yesterday to wrap about the stems of wild flowers they had picked.
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2 She picked up Ellen's Paisley shawl to wrap about her but the colors of the faded old square clashed with the moss-green dress and made her appear a little shabby.
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3 Give me another mite of that pone before you wrap it up.
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4 Hunting for a rabbit's skin to wrap my little Bonnie in.
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5 And from that pallor of the dead, we borrow the expressive hue of the shroud in which we wrap them.
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6 He was all that she had to look to, and if he failed she would be lost; he would wrap his arms about her, and try to hide her from the world.
7 They would wrap up in all they owned, but they could not wrap up against exhaustion; and many a man gave out in these battles with the snowdrifts, and lay down and fell asleep.
8 All of their sausage came out of the same bowl, but when they came to wrap it they would stamp some of it "special," and for this they would charge two cents more a pound.
9 There, wrap her in them Indian cloths.
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10 Michael Robartes remembers forgotten beauty and, when his arms wrap her round, he presses in his arms the loveliness which has long faded from the world.
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11 She help me and I eat alone; and then we wrap in fur and lie beside the fire, and I tell her to sleep while I watch.
12 Yes, that would serve to wrap the dreadful thing in.
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13 And the fluid, male knowledge of herself seemed to flow to her from his eyes and wrap her voluptuously.
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14 And if you're in Scotland and I'm in the Midlands, and I can't put my arms round you, and wrap my legs round you, yet I've got something of you.
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15 Show me the way to your town, and let me have anything that you may have brought hither to wrap your clothes in.