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Gone with the Wind
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  • "Try a hot cake," said Mammy inexorably.
  • Sherman inexorably advanced, step by step, swinging his army about them in a wide curve, forcing another retreat to defend the railroad at their back.
  • He pried her fist open inexorably and stared at it, picked up her other hand and held them both together silently, looking down at them.
  • One and all, Mammy dosed them, never waiting to ask foolish questions about the state of their organs and, one and all, they drank her doses meekly and with wry faces, remembering, perhaps, other stern black faces in far-off places and other inexorable black hands holding medicine spoons.

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  • as inexorable as death
  • They came wave after wave in an inexorable attack.

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