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Gone with the Wind
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  • The families of the men who had been in the ill-starred Klan foray did call first, but called with obvious infrequency thereafter.
  • Chances to see Ashley alone were all too infrequent these days.
  • When Scarlett infrequently stopped to think about the matter she knew that none of her new associates could be called ladies by Ellen’s strict standards.
  • He had untiring energy for the dancing and parties she loved and an unending supply of coarse stories with which he regaled her on their infrequent evenings alone when the table was cleared and brandy and coffee before them.
  • He leaned down across the counter until his mouth was near her ear and hissed, in a very creditable imitation of the stage villains who appeared infrequently at the Athenaeum Hall: "Fear not, fair lady!

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  • You’d be surprised how infrequently I get something I truly want."
    Kiera Cass  --  The Elite
  • Gradually, their visits became shorter and more infrequent.
    Nicholas Sparks  --  The Choice

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