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Gone with the Wind
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  • The McLure girls’ booth was inconspicuous, as Mrs. Merriwether had said, and there were long intervals when no one came to their corner and Scarlett had nothing to do but look enviously on the happy throng.
  • Scarlett always sat well out of the light, hidden in the protecting shadows where she was not only inconspicuous but could, unobserved, watch Ashley’s face to her heart’s content.

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  • She tried to slip into class inconspicuously.
  • She tends to sit in the corner inconspicuously, but when you talk with her she really shines.

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