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- Scarlett nodded, a grim pleasure and pride in her adopted town filling her.3.28 (68% in)
- Until matters were settled, everyone referred to the organization as the Troop and, despite the high-sounding name finally adopted, they were known to the end of their usefulness simply as "The Troop."1.1 (81% in)
- There was much about the South—and Southerners—that he would never comprehend: but, with the wholeheartedness that was his nature, he adopted its ideas and customs, as he understood them, for his own—poker and horse racing, red-hot politics and the code duello, States' Rights and damnation to all Yankees, slavery and King Cotton, contempt for white trash and exaggerated courtesy to women.1.3 (23% in)
- There was no one to tell Scarlett that her own personality, frighteningly vital though it was, was more attractive than any masquerade she might adopt.1.5 (36% in)
- Let the Yankees adopt such low callings.2.8 (26% in)
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