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Gone with the Wind
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  • Scarlett asked to be excused from accompanying them and went upstairs to her room.
  • Jeems was their body servant and, like the dogs, accompanied them everywhere.
  • Accompanying him also were the smells of chewing tobacco, well-oiled leather and horses—a combination of odors that she always associated with her father and instinctively liked in other men.
  • The twins’ horses were hitched in the driveway, big animals, red as their masters’ hair; and around the horses’ legs quarreled the pack of lean, nervous possum hounds that accompanied Stuart and Brent wherever they went.
  • She paid off the teamsters and Hugh and, abruptly leaving them, walked toward the office, showing plainly by her manner that she did not care to be accompanied.
  • He sneered more, his words were apt to be more biting, but the manner that accompanied them was always punctilious—too punctilious.
  • She could not account for her elevation to this position except by the fact that she could accompany anyone on the piano, even the Misses McLure who were tone deaf but who would sing duets.

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  • The nurse accompanied the old woman everywhere.
  • The exact numbers are shown in the accompanying table.

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