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  • The Scented Garden, or to give its full title, "The Scented Garden for the Soul's Recreation" was the work of a learned Arab Shaykh and physician named Nafzawi, who was born at Nafzawa, a white, [FN#570] palm-encinctured town which gleamed by the shore of the Sebkha -- that is, salt marsh -- Shot al Jarid; and spent most of his life in Tunis.

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

  • Raising his brow towards the bright blue sky, as if he could not raise it high enough to feel more of that heavenly rest encinctured there, the

    The Entailed Hat Or, Patty Cannon's Times

  • The girls, large-limbed, soft-skinned, and with delicately rounded figures, sat on the ground, laughing and talking, with their knees crossed under them; their wrists were encinctured with girdles of dark-red dracæna leaves, their swelling bosoms half concealed, half accentuated by hanging necklets of flowers.

    The Great Taboo

  • Scented Garden for the Soul’s Recreation” was the work of a learned Arab Shaykh and physician named Nafzawi, who was born at Nafzawa, a white,570 palm-encinctured town which gleamed by the shore of the

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

  • The Scented Garden, or to give its full title, "The Scented Garden for the Soul's Recreation" was the work of a learned Arab Shaykh and physician named Nafzawi, who was born at Nafzawa, a white, [FN#570] palm-encinctured town which gleamed by the shore of the Sebkha ” that is, salt marsh ” Shot al Jarid; and spent most of his life in Tunis.

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

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  • Encircled or encompassed with or as with a belt or girdle

    January 15, 2015