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Reuben the oldest was told that he would not excel, because he had loved his father's concubine and committed a grievous sin.
Mary, his Egyptian concubine, was endeared to him by the birth of Ibrahim.
He was born of Hagar, who was a concubine; and they still indulge themselves in the use of mercenary wives and concubines.
Julius Capitolinus reproaches the Emperor Verus for cutting his beard at the instigation of a concubine.
The slave who is captured in war and carried away as a concubine appears only at a far later stage of culture.
She enjoined upon him to send away Alison, his concubine, and to take back his good wife.
Atli had a serving-woman named Herkia, who had been his concubine.
Aeredy, the concubine, likewise requested the same favour; but she more generously begged they might all three go together.
The Mosaic law authorizes a father to sell his daughter for a concubine or mistress (euphemistically translated “maid servant”).
THE BIBLEJOHN E. REMSBURG
Yahya was the son of the wife and Husain Ali of the concubine.
BAHAISM AND ITS CLAIMSSAMUEL GRAHAM WILSON

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