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1. She had been impregnated when she was sixteen.
2. Then I knew that’s when I became impregnated.
3. What to Expect After You’ve Been Impregnated:.
4. As to those who’ll become impregnated, their.
5. Thought impregnated with love becomes invincible.
6. Energy is impregnated into the work of the Masters.
7. But, I figured the faster she became impregnated.

8. This sight is impregnated with history and intrigue.
9. The universe at its conception impregnated with Soul.
10. Neither of the two female Maquis were impregnated.
11. Impregnated with his child, I felt obligated to wed.
12. No new crew were impregnated, I trust? he said.
13. Each atmosphere is impregnated with the thoughts, feelings and.
14. Add the typhus, with which the workmen become slowly impregnated.
15. The ready bosoms existing there were impregnated by their surroundings.
16. The whole atmosphere is impregnated with a high standard of workmanship.
17. Honey, get yourself a real man, get impregnated and then have a real child.
18. And aren't you the guy who successfully impregnated the Virgin Mary?
19. The cloud was distilling a sickening smell that impregnated the whole place.
20. Holden knew, or at least suspected, that he’d impregnated Aiden’s mother.
21. Every spring and every rivulet, is strongly impregnated with carbonate of lime.
22. In fact, she was the only female at the table not impregnated with a Garcia child.
23. Conan suddenly realized that the air was impregnated with an alien and exotic scent.
24. Silence reigned over the castle of Yimsha, but it was a silence impregnated with menace.
25. That one night was the only time when you might, just possibly, have impregnated her?’.
26. Oh, holy hell … this website says I might have been impregnated, I yelled at Victor.
27. Of course! For starters she could begin with a thick curried soup impregnated with ground glass.
28. And in the masjids and the madrasas, his imagination gets impregnated by the Quranic injunctions.
29. Pour into the latter the fluid, to be impregnated, till it reaches the height marked by the dots.
30. And, as far as we are able to determine, no new females were impregnated, at least out of the crew.
31. Like clay which the sculptor has carelessly impregnated with water, it was impossible to shape again.
32. I curse forever the swine that impregnated my Ju and his child and its heirs forever until the end of time.
33. The Warrior knelt between her knees and ran his hands up her hips, I do hope you aren’t already impregnated.
34. Reaching in Grailem takes out one of the cans and reads the label which is impregnated into the surface of the can.
35. Many of the springs are strongly impregnated with sulphur, and some of them are saturated with sulphuretted hydrogen.
36. Polymer-impregnated concrete is concrete impregnated by polymer compositions or monomers with subsequent polymerization.
37. A young physician, impregnated with carbolic acid, came out into the corridor and sternly asked Nekhludoff what he wanted.
38. She brought them up to his bedroom, the air of which was impregnated with a personal odour, and gave them chairs at the fire.
39. When the first steams of the mixture impregnated the room, she looked in the conjurations book and located the one she needed.
40. Henry sat down opposite her and eyed her curiously, `Don't you know what happens to the women who are impregnated by wizards?'.
41. As legend has it, his mother was spontaneously impregnated, in what sounded like the Buddhist version of the Immaculate Conception.
42. The air without is impregnated with raindew moisture, life essence celestial, glistening on Dublin stone there under starshiny coelum.
43. Overheated air, impregnated with a thick odor of perspiration, assailed his nostrils, and shrill women's voices were distinctly heard.
44. They were vexed that Scuratoff had not that puffed-up air of false dignity with which the whole of the convict prison was impregnated.
45. Both had elegant yellow cedar washboards, ash frames, Sitka-spruce gunnels, fore and after decking made of silk impregnated with varnish.
46. Chalybeate springs are promiscuously scattered over the whole of it; and springs impregnated with sulphuretted hydrogen are quite common.
47. There are two kinds, one is called the "clay dirt," the other the "black dirt;" the last is much more strongly impregnated than the first.
48. His glance, calm at first, paused there, remained fixed on that brass handle, then grew terrified, and little by little became impregnated with fear.
49. He’d studied Thalium and knew the lab in Saudi had impregnated the correct amount of the poison into the soap to present the symptoms now shown by Nga.
50. He has been fortifying you, his beloved child, against the fatal effects of the poison, which has failed because your system was already impregnated with it.
51. They say, that then new springs, impregnated with sulphur, broke out, and the waters of some old springs, for the first time, gave indications of this mineral.
52. And even then the said imagination must be in some place heavily impregnated with magic which helps to weaken the walls between the world of the seen and unseen.
53. Initially they were impregnated without their knowledge while drugged and often kept in a mildly sedated state until they gave birth to their parasitic bundles of joy.
54. Impregnated with that wild ground whose aromas I was breathing fed my soul with that life’s plenitude that the nature was radiating in a variety of forms and colors.
55. Because all the walls and ceiling and floor of that small chamber was so impregnated with Hydrogen Cyanide that passing through those poison-filled walls killed them DEAD.
56. He left the dining room impregnated with the penetrating fragrance of rose water that she had sprinkled on his head so that she could follow his tracks through the house.
57. Where he was infertile the mother’s ovum was impregnated with sperm from a genetically similar donor so that to all intents and purposes he would appear to be the father.
58. The King had made her his consort and they had went through a ritual that would allow her to carry his child since Fey women could normally only be impregnated by their mate.
59. A metaphysical school of the North, impregnated to some extent with fog, has fancied that it has worked a revolution in human understanding by replacing the word Force with the word Will.
60. The fruit of those cocoa-nut trees which grow near the seashore in the West-Indies is generally found to have a saltish taste; and even the milk in the nut is perceptibly impregnated with it.
61. If "we" are pregnant, if "our" womb is carrying our baby, then why was it not impregnated by "our" penis? Just what is shared and by whom? lt is the woman's body that becomes the possession of the.
62. If the mother to be was able to be impregnated then the foetus was implanted in her uterus using the most up to date implantation techniques and she was allowed to come to full term with a natural birth.
63. So why is this rumor going around the hospital, saying that you made this shocking confession to Diane, that you slept with Dana and you think you might have accidentally impregnated her? Barry asks.
64. And she’d helped the jury see my brother with his face scrunched up in anger, fists balled up, threatening and swearing at his cheating girlfriend, who, for all he knew, had been impregnated by our father.
65. One could not walk twenty meters without coming across a half moon shaped burial site built into the earth with a high concrete backing impregnated with a plaque bearing details of the lucky soul put to rest there.
66. At this moment a sergeant-major, with a smooth, shiny face and moustaches impregnated with tobacco smoke, came out of a side door, with the gold cords of his uniform glistening, and addressed the jailer in a severe tone.
67. The bold face Salome asked a lot of questions investigating the cause of our disappearance of the day before, without peeling back the teeth of the fruit, for what her questions came impregnated of a juicy tropical aroma.
68. The same dirt, if returned to the cave, and scattered on the rocks, or mingled with the new earth, becomes impregnated with the nitrate again, and in a few months may be thrown into the hopper, and be subjected to a new process.
69. Then Victor tried to explain that “prophylactics” means “preventative care” and doesn’t automatically equal birth control but I was too busy to listen because I may have just been forcibly impregnated by a murder of swans.
70. The hope of human brotherhood can only be realized when, and as, the divergent mind religions of authority become impregnated with, and overshadowed by, the unifying and ennobling religion of the spirit -- the religion of personal spiritual experience.
71. The results would be phenomenal, gone would be the need for painful plastic surgery, just inject the altered DNA and hey presto a raven haired girl could be a blond, in the time it took the old cells to be naturally impregnated with the new recipe and multiply.
72. It must have been early observed that the atmosphere in the vicinity of the sea frequently becomes impregnated with saline materials; but the first and only account of a salt storm that I have met with, is to be found in the Transactions of the Linnæan Society of London.
73. It was so deep in his body that the cracks in his skull did not give off blood but an amber-colored oil that was impregnated with that secret perfume, and then they understood that the smell of Remedios the Beauty kept on torturing men beyond death, right down to the dust of their bones.
74. The soil around it, equally impregnated with this salt, produces no plants, and the air itself, which becomes loaded with it from evaporation, and which receives also the sulphureous and bituminous vapours, cannot be favourable to vegetation; hence the deadly aspect which reigns around this lake.
75. All purities and all candors meet in that celestial and fatal gleam which, more than all the best-planned tender glances of coquettes, possesses the magic power of causing the sudden blossoming, in the depths of the soul, of that sombre flower, impregnated with perfume and with poison, which is called love.
76. The prisoner followed his guide, who led him into a room almost under ground, whose bare and reeking walls seemed as though impregnated with tears; a lamp placed on a stool illumined the apartment faintly, and showed Dantes the features of his conductor, an under-jailer, ill-clothed, and of sullen appearance.
77. This inexorable resolution so thoroughly impregnated the air of the 6th of June, 1832, that, almost at the very same hour, on the barricade Saint-Merry, the insurgents were raising that clamor which has become a matter of history and which has been consigned to the documents in the case:—What matters it whether they come to our assistance or not? Let us get ourselves killed here, to the very last man.
78. What, above all, manifested the shrewdness of the steward, and the profound science of the master, the one in carrying out the ideas of the other, was that this house which appeared only the night before so sad and gloomy, impregnated with that sickly smell one can almost fancy to be the smell of time, had in a single day acquired the aspect of life, was scented with its master's favorite perfumes, and had the very light regulated according to his wish.
79. We have seen that there is an impassable barrier between the organic and the inorganic, and that the only way that matter can unfold is to be impregnated with life; as a seed reaches down into the mineral world and begins to unfold and reach out, the dead matter begins to live, a thousand invisible fingers begin to weave a suitable environment for the new arrival, and as the law of growth begins to take effect, we see the process continue until the Lily finally appears, and even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.
80. The line originally used in the fishery was of the best hemp, slightly vapoured with tar, not impregnated with it, as in the case of ordinary ropes; for while tar, as ordinarily used, makes the hemp more pliable to the rope-maker, and also renders the rope itself more convenient to the sailor for common ship use; yet, not only would the ordinary quantity too much stiffen the whale-line for the close coiling to which it must be subjected; but as most seamen are beginning to learn, tar in general by no means adds to the rope's durability or strength, however much it may give it compactness and gloss.
81. So that with some species, certain abnormal individuals, and in other species all the individuals, can actually be hybridised much more readily than they can be fertilised by pollen from the same individual plant! To give one instance, a bulb of Hippeastrum aulicum produced four flowers; three were fertilised by Herbert with their own pollen, and the fourth was subsequently fertilised by the pollen of a compound hybrid descended from three distinct species: the result was that the ovaries of the three first flowers soon ceased to grow, and after a few days perished entirely, whereas the pod impregnated by the pollen of the hybrid made vigorous growth and rapid progress to maturity, and bore good seed, which vegetated freely.
82. Every phase of the situation was successively eviscerated: the prenatal repugnance of uterine brothers, the Caesarean section, posthumity with respect to the father and, that rarer form, with respect to the mother, the fratricidal case known as the Childs Murder and rendered memorable by the impassioned plea of Mr Advocate Bushe which secured the acquittal of the wrongfully accused, the rights of primogeniture and king's bounty touching twins and triplets, miscarriages and infanticides, simulated or dissimulated, the acardiac foetus in foetu and aprosopia due to a congestion, the agnathia of certain chinless Chinamen (cited by Mr Candidate Mulligan) in consequence of defective reunion of the maxillary knobs along the medial line so that (as he said) one ear could hear what the other spoke, the benefits of anesthesia or twilight sleep, the prolongation of labour pains in advanced gravidancy by reason of pressure on the vein, the premature relentment of the amniotic fluid (as exemplified in the actual case) with consequent peril of sepsis to the matrix, artificial insemination by means of syringes, involution of the womb consequent upon the menopause, the problem of the perpetration of the species in the case of females impregnated by delinquent rape, that distressing manner of delivery called by the Brandenburghers Sturzgeburt, the recorded instances of multiseminal, twikindled and monstrous births conceived during the catamenic period or of consanguineous parents—in a word all the cases of human nativity which Aristotle has classified in his masterpiece with chromolithographic illustrations.
83. Impregnated with music of the Love,.
1. The whole concept of God impregnating a.
2. Hare's Substitute for Woulfe's or Nooth's Apparatus, (for impregnating fluids with gaseous substances,) 410.
3. Few subjects have more occupied the attention of chemists, than the means of impregnating fluids with gaseous substances.
4. Strengthen your conscious mind by impregnating it with ideas and goals, the conscious mind is your best partner in success.
5. Did she tell you the part about her trying to trap me with a baby by impregnating herself with a turkey baster? She messed up the relationship, not me.
6. I find it hard to believe that Mark’s seed is as potent as you think, but if it is, I doubt you will want him impregnating every female you share him with.
7. The charm of her body, the promising mysteriousness of her indolence, went out into the night of the Placid Gulf like a fresh and intoxicating fragrance spreading out in the shadows, impregnating the air.
8. A strong smell of burned wax was impregnating the enclosure, to right hand he saw a twisted structure in wrought iron that was supporting the sails that the believers had lit like gift requesting the celestial favors or paying promises for the received ones.
9. From the very beginning of time - the Big Bang – spirit-energy of the ‘Creator’/Spirit that initiated atom-energy of creation, with design and an evolutionary plan, has also, through desire and will, initiated impregnating creation with the spirit-energy of the ‘Creators’ conscious, Spirit as a guiding blue-print.
10. She separated a little displeased by the penetrating aroma, the exuberant smell of the fresh grasses had always disliked her as they awoke her allergy and if that was not sufficient, they detached its unpleasant steams impregnating the ambience with a smell of mellow and rotten fat; she preferred the dehydrated ones that had a light fragrance but were also powerful.
1. The subtle flavour of apple impregnates the meat.
2. And through mating with him, she impregnates herself.
3. But, along with this, there is his conscious nature which impregnates and.
4. The Soul being a part of the Creator that necessarily impregnates all that the Creator creates.
5. And whom then Adam is symbolized, if the Serpent that tempted the Eva, best suited to the role of that what impregnates the Atoms, i.
6. What fascinating inebriation impregnates the soul and the hearts in the closeness of a celebration! It seems that the problems flee, frightened, terrified, by the deafening noise of the scandalous music and the brazen laughter of those who have been invited to with flamboyance, devouring bottles and bottles of champagne and succulent mussels on toasted buns.

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1. Neanderthal bones has been used to impregnate a.
2. Abraham to impregnate her maidservant Hagar, who was an Egyptian.
3. He hired another man to impregnate her and secure his inheritance.
4. The point is: the undead insane attempt to impregnate a dead planet failed completely.
5. Even the least bigoted fertility clinics in the world wouldn’t impregnate someone with AIDS.
6. A frozen second egg that could be used to impregnate another surrogate mother a few years down the road.
7. But as the speed with which he managed to impregnate Anna demonstrates, there was never any problem with Tom’s virility.
8. The Queen, the original progenitor, reproduces without fertilisation, without the need for a human male to impregnate her.
9. This we have learned about financial instruments: they are social creatures that infect or impregnate whatever wealth they are mingled with.
10. When the angel told Mary that the Holy Spirit would impregnate her with Jesus it says that she kept these things to herself and pondered them.
11. That man never could make up his mind! By the time he ventured off to impregnate some poor, unsuspecting girl with you, Coral, we had been used to English for quite some time.
12. The entire, international political race to get to the moon first: was merely a recreation of the subconscious: literally transliterating: the explosion of millions of male sperm: all trying to be the first to impregnate the female egg-cell.
13. Once the sperm comes near enough to the huge female egg: it rids itself of its last propulsion-protection and ejects from it a tiny capsule: which is the actual seed-sperm… that contains the life-force which will impregnate the female planet-egg.
14. His inability to impregnate Melanie, along with his guilty awareness that he’d been the cause of her first husband’s death (although she was unaware of this fact), put him over the edge, and he’d become almost insane with inner and outward rage.
15. Once the sperm comes near enough to the huge female egg: it rids itself of its last propulsion-protection and ejects from it a tiny capsule: which is the actual seed-sperm… which contains the life-force which will impregnate the female planetary-egg.
16. Therefore have I given them wives also that they might impregnate them and beget children by them that so nothing might be wanting to them on Earth; But you were formerly spiritual living the eternal life and immortal for all generations of the world; And therefore I have not appointed wives for you; for as for the spiritual ones of the Heaven in Heaven is their dwelling; And now the giants who are produced from the spirits and flesh shall be called evil spirits on the Earth and on the Earth shall be their dwelling.
17. Therefore have I given them wives also that they might impregnate them, and beget children by them, that so nothing might be wanting to them on Earth; But you were formerly spiritual, living the eternal life, and immortal for all generations of the world; And therefore I have not appointed wives for you; for as for the spiritual ones of the Heaven, in Heaven is their dwelling; And now, the giants, who are produced from the spirits and flesh, shall be called evil spirits on the Earth, and on the Earth shall be their dwelling.

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