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This was the case with the conjugality of the Nuttalls, as was proven by the demeanour of the male portion of the bond.
GRIFB. L. (BENJAMIN LEOPOLD) FARJEON
This instinct is located in the occipital region of the brain, and is called, in Phrenological language, Conjugality.
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Conjugality large, and therefore we may say that he will be fond of his wife and of his home.
The idea of eternal conjugality should lighten all faces with hope, and should have a most conservative influence in society.
Meanwhile this pair, outwardly the picture of pastoral conjugality, slowly descended the hill.
In some passages it seems like actual Shakerism, but the prevailing sense is that of intensified conjugality, a la Swedenborg.
Conjugality or Marital Inclination when highly developed causes one to be largely influenced by one's companion in marriage.
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SALESMANSHIPWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
"The law of conjugality is the basis of every force in nature," says a scientist.
The automatic conjugality of the daily kiss might have a good effect.
His conjugality is large and he will center all his affections on one beloved object.
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