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Gone with the Wind
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  • A cold qualm of guilt assailed Scarlett at the thought of Ellen’s consternation, should she ever learn of her daughter’s scandalous conduct.
  • Then, as she started back toward the driver’s seat, a vast weariness assailed her and she swayed dizzily.
  • No feeling of horror or remorse assailed her at the memory.
  • Hardly had he finished the first lines when two other voices, drunken voices, assailed him, enraged foolish voices that stumbled over words and blurred them together.

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  • Serbian forces assailed Bosnian towns.
  • Discourteous knight, it ill becomes you to assail one who cannot defend himself...
    Miguel Cervantes  --  Don Quixote

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