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Gone with the Wind
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  • Downstairs there was a pandemonium of racing feet and sobbing voices.
  • The smell of smoke came stronger and stronger, and on the wings of the hot breeze came a pandemonium of sound from the center of town, yells, the dull rumbling of heavy army wagons and the steady tramp of marching feet.

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  • Pandemonium broke out after the announcement.
  • The party erupted into pandemonium as news spread of the victory.

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