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Gone with the Wind
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  • "I said a doctor," he answered brusquely and his eyes unconsciously went over her tiny frame.
  • She began asking questions so brusquely and giving orders so decisively Pork’s eyebrows went up in mystification.
  • And then pain and more pain and the room full of buzzing voices and Aunt Pittypat’s sobs and Dr. Meade’s brusque orders and feet that hurried on the stairs and tiptoes in the upper hall.

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  • She is known for her brusque manner and brief meetings.
  • I am trying to develop a less brusque manner.

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