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Her face, which was ludicrously plain, matched her figure, which seemed without being so to be perpetually enceinte.
When she first became enceinte, she put her mind on the rack, to think what name she should give to her child.
We pass over the time between the marriage and when the Princess Charlotte was declared enceinte.
Item, upon the wife of Jean Bourgaize, while she was enceinte.
Being enceinte, she was obliged to remain comparatively quiet, which she did very willingly.
ARTIST AND MODELREN DE PONT-JEST
She therefore wrote to her husband shortly after her arrival in Paris to tell him that she was enceinte.
ARTIST AND MODELREN DE PONT-JEST
No visitor to the Alhambra must omit to walk round the outer wall or enceinte, and to inspect the towers.
SOUTHERN SPAINA.F. CALVERT
He simply walked; he walked straight before him, following the river, till he got out of the enceinte of Paris.
THE AMERICANHENRY JAMES
The trace of the counterscarp followed that of the enceinte, including the buttresses.
The salient angles of the enceinte were protected by double towers, very well disposed so as to command the ditch.

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