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Gone with the Wind
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  • Captain Randall and the occupants of the carriage smothered smiles at this naive explanation of rifle pits.
  • Up Peachtree came a closed carriage and Scarlett went to the curb eagerly to see if she knew the occupant, for Aunt Pitty’s house was still several blocks away.
  • It was twisted askew and most of the prisms were broken, as if the Yankee occupants had made their beauty a target for their boots.
  • Farther down the street the business section was quiet and many of the stores and offices were locked and boarded up, while their occupants were somewhere about the countryside with rifles in their hands.
  • India Wilkes came back from Macon, where she and Honey had lived since 1864, and took up her residence with her brother, crowding the occupants of the little house.
  • The eyes of the captain flickered quickly about the room, resting for an instant on each face, passing quickly from their faces to the table and the hat rack as though looking for signs of male occupancy.
  • Usually the occupants of the rooms were former Confederate soldiers of the rougher, illiterate type, homeless men, men without families, beating their way about the country in hope of finding work.

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  • The occupant of the home must be warned.
  • the occupant of the room

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