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Gone with the Wind
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  • Her mind stood still as if paralyzed for a long, breathless instant, and then raced forward.
  • Their capture would paralyze the North and more than cancel off the defeat on the Mississippi.
  • Thunderstruck, she stood as if paralyzed while he made his way through the crowd.
  • For a moment they stood paralyzed and then Suellen and Carreen began to sob and clutch each other’s fingers.
  • Melanie seemed in a paralysis of terror and only stared into his face.

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  • She suffers paralysis of her legs.
  • Hamlet suffered near paralysis from indecision.

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