concubine who

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  • One day I was asked to go to a palace to see a concubine who was ill. Cited from Court Life in China, by Isaac Taylor Headland
  • She herself had seen this thing done to a concubine who had a little offended. Cited from The Ninth Vibration, et. al., by L. Adams Beck #8
  • War and Beauty depicts the lives of four imperial concubines who all scheme to rise.
  • Senthamarai was ill treated by his concubine who is now his wife.
  • Therefore, the concubines who wanted to replace her often defamed her.
  • Dumalawi makes love to his father's concubines who openly show their preference for the son. Cited from Traditions of the Tinguian: A Study in Philippine Folk-Lore, by Cole
  • Gideon has a concubine who bears him a son that he names Abimelech.
  • The concubines who were introduced into the harem in their tender age were brought up in the disciplines of the palace.
  • It is not known which one of her father's wives and concubines who was the mother of Ingerid.
  • Many of these had native wives or concubines who were not allowed to leave the Manchu realm.
  • He also had a concubine who bore him a son that he named Abimelech (which means "my father is king").
  • In China, the chief wives and those concubines who had already borne children, were exempted from this lot. Cited from Travels of Marco Polo Volume 1, by Marco Polo and Rustichello of Pisa
  • As she was the only concubine who held that rank, she did not have any additions to her title to distinguish her from the other concubines.
  • He had many concubines who bore him over 60 offspring.
  • Early in the morning the king went to the room of his concubine who had borne the boy, and was surprised to find a cat by her side instead of a human child. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • Detractors of the theory point out that when Anna was born, however, she was the daughter of a concubine who later became Empress.
  • She was the second child of Wikramawardhana by a concubine who was the daughter of Wirabhumi.
  • Lady Nijo is a thirteenth-century Japanese concubine who enters the play near the beginning of act one and proceeds to tell her tale.
  • Also, Mustafa's concubine who is pregnant is worried about him.
  • The Chronicle of Mann states that Olaf had several concubines who bore him three sons and many daughters.
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