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Gone with the Wind
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  • The mockingbirds and the jays, engaged in their old feud for possession of the magnolia tree beneath her window, were bickering, the jays strident, acrimonious, the mockers sweet voiced and plaintive.
  • The people of the Coast which she had left might pride themselves on taking all their affairs, even their duels and their feuds, with a careless air but these north Georgia people had a streak of violence in them.
  • After the surrender, an ever-present feud over the horse smoldered between Scarlett and Suellen.
  • Scarlett, looking sorrowfully down the long vista of years to come, knew that she was the cause of a feud that would split the town and the family for generations.
  • She spoke a few soft words to Dilcey who nodded kindly, as though an unspoken armistice existed in their old feud.
  • This worked great hardship and strained the tact and forbearance of the unrelated half of the town, for the India-Melanie feud made a rupture in practically every social organization.

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  • a truce in the long-running feud between the two teams
  • Perhaps the most famous American family feud was between the Hatfields and McCoys.

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