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Gone with the Wind
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  • Big Sam is a good foreman and he can take over the duties until you can hire another overseer.
  • This is Big Sam our foreman, and Elijah and Apostle and Prophet from Tara.
  • Anyway, after that, we all sort of thought we’d call on Mr. Wilkerson privately by night and tend to him, but before we could— You remember that black buck, Eustis, who used to be our foreman?
  • Big Sam, the foreman of Tara whom she had seen last in the days of the siege.
  • Why, he was the best foreman Tara had ever had!
  • When Tommy accepted her estimate and gave her the order, Scarlett had not taken her departure speedily and meekly but had idled about, talking to Johnnie Gallegher, the foreman of the Irish workers, a hard-bitten little gnome of a man who had a very bad reputation.
  • A while back I was talking to Johnnie Gallegher, Tommy Wellburn’s foreman, about the trouble we were having getting any work out of the darkies and he asked me why I didn’t get convicts.
  • Surely there wasn’t a negro on earth as tall and loud voiced as this one except Big Sam, the foreman of Tara.

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  • She complained to the shop foreman.
  • She was selected as foreman of the jury.

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