Asylums and Magdalens are not the proper remedies for the abuse.
For ever in the eyes of all these people she was doomed to become one of the Magdalens of the world.
And if we can not find a husband, let us join the Order of the Magdalens!'
You know, Aline has organized a wonderful asylum for Magdalens.
His ship was wrecked on the Magdalens and all the crew were drowned.
It is true, they might be Magdalens, but "credat Judeas Apella, sed non ego."
There is one of his Magdalens in the Desert, however, placed at the Servi, which is full of fine expression.
The heads of her madonnas and magdalens are charming, and, indeed, all her work speaks of the innate refinement of her nature.
The work of the Magdalens began in 1864 and that of the preservation of the penitents began in 1847.
Men, even such men as Philip, don't marry the—Magdalens, however much they pity them.