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“I said that I was not a slave-woman, and that I would be sold to no man.”
“Abrizah, daughter of King Hardub, Lord of the Greeks; and I know this slave-woman Marjanah right well.”
“While the Bible states that Isaac, the son of Abraham's wife, Sarah, was the one to be sacrificed, most interpretations of the Qur'an, the holy scripture of Islam, say that Ishmael, son of his slave-woman, Hagar, was to be sacrificed.”
“They thought that a lindorm would be quite well satisfied with anyone that they might give him, and so they would get some slave-woman to marry the monster.”
“When the slave-woman entered, Ronica instantly knew why she was there.”
“His patrimony was at Ephesos; a farm let to a tenant, and a city house kept ready for his return by an old Karian slave-woman.”
“There was an old slave-woman who dressed my wounds.”
“He has risen partly by his relationship to Akhirom, and partly by the intrigues of an Ophirean slave-woman named Rufia, whom he won at gaming from Mazdak and then refused to return when the Hyrkanian had sobered up.”
“I looked at Mykale, and saw only an old slave-woman of the Shore Folk, and was sorry to have said so much.”
“The slave-woman at her tasks will live and grow old and see two or three generations of her mistresses fade and pass away.”
Aims and Aids for Girls and Young Women On the Various Duties of Life, Physical, Intellectual, And Moral Development; Self-Culture, Improvement, Dress, Beauty, Fashion, Employment, Education, The Home Relations, Their Duties To Young Men, Marriage, Womanhood And Happiness.
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