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This dermatological condition—a portmanteau of “mask” and “acne”—affects people of all ages and skin types, regardless of whether they have a history of skin irritation.
The paper also came up with the portmanteau “gerrymander,” sealing the governor’s legacy in a common disenfranchisement tactic that still continues centuries later.
Miss Falkner went straight to her room, and put up a few things in a portmanteau.
JILL'S RED BAGAMY LE FEUVRE
His mind, occupied by this fear, let go the apprehension of a discovery of the mere act of handing in the portmanteau.
"Perhaps he is seeing to the packing of his portmanteau," said Miss Bridgeman.
MOUNT ROYAL, VOLUME 3 OF 3MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON
As I stood upon the beach the next morning, while my portmanteau was being handed into the boat, I gave the Boots five zwanzigers.
James Wentworth lingered behind, and contrived to look at the portmanteau.
HENRY DUNBARM. E. BRADDON
There were over thirty bedrooms, Cullingworth informed me, as he helped me to carry my portmanteau upstairs.
But he could not gratify her desire, till the arrival of his servant with the portmanteau.
He looked at me in surprise, growled something through his teeth, and began to rummage in his portmanteau.
A HERO OF OUR TIMEM. Y. LERMONTOV

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