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For people who don’t take the time to do the necessary three months or more of tracking, it can put you at very high risk for an unintended pregnancy, because you might be ovulating and not know and have intercourse during your fertile period.
A 2003 study by the University of Washington found that almost half of women who had intercourse with women in the past year tested positive for herpes simplex virus type one.
To these guarantees the Intercourse Act attempted to give force.
THE LAST AMERICAN FRONTIERFREDERIC L. (FREDERIC LOGAN) PAXSON
Intercourse is therefore a condition without which the Family of Nations would not and could not exist.
Intercourse, especially Trading, between Subjects of Belligerents.
Intercourse is thus rendered easy, for the heads of the valleys are often rolling pasturages.
ITALIAN ALPSDOUGLAS WILLIAM FRESHFIELD
Intercourse was not easy, and produced clear effects only in the case of Africa.
Intercourse with the East and North obliterated old habits and customs and primitive notions.
Intercourse, also, with accomplished friends led to much which would otherwise have remained untouched.
Intercourse with cultivated and art-loving men, so indispensable to a liberal education, was not easy of attainment in Salzburg.

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