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Gone with the Wind
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  • CHAPTER XVI January and February of 1864 passed, full of cold rains and wild winds, clouded by pervasive gloom and depression.
  • A curious sense of lightness, of freedom, pervaded her now that she had finally hardened her heart against all that bound her to the old days and the old Scarlett.
  • But the feeling persisted, stealthily pervading her mind.
  • CHAPTER LX Something was wrong with the world, a somber, frightening wrongness that pervaded everything like a dark impenetrable mist, stealthily closing around Scarlett.

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  • We were losing 35 to 0 at halftime and there was a pervasive sense of gloom in the locker room.
  • It is a country where corruption pervades their government at every level.

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