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Gone with the Wind
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bulwark
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Gone with the Wind
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  • There was only one thing in the world that was a certain bulwark against any calamity which fate could bring, and that was money.
  • Rude, illiterate, dirty, he was a bulwark between the ladies and the terrors of Reconstruction.
  • "I won’t think of it now," she said again, aloud, trying to push her misery to the back of her mind, trying to find some bulwark against the rising tide of pain.
  • At the end of the road to Tara she had found security gone, all strength, all wisdom, all loving tenderness, all understanding gone—all those things which, embodied in Ellen, had been the bulwark of her girlhood.

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  • It is a bulwark against storms.
  • The sailors looked over the bulwarks.

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