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Murder, rape, arson, and a host of other atrocities are often the first evidence of a diseased brain.
ANCIENT FAITHS AND MODERNTHOMAS INMAN
He kept his promise, and then, after much entreaty, gave Helvetius a pinch of the powder—about as much as a rape-seed.
WITCH, WARLOCK, AND MAGICIANWILLIAM HENRY DAVENPORT ADAMS
Miss Laura cleaned each cage, and gave each bird some mixed rape and canary seed.
BEAUTIFUL JOEMARSHALL SAUNDERS
In the Eleusinian mysteries the rape of Persephone by Pluto, the winter god, is portrayed.
THE SEX WORSHIP AND SYMBOLISM OF PRIMITIVE RACESSANGER BROWN, II
The rape of the Sabines is another incident suggesting the same conclusion.
ELEMENTS OF FOLK PSYCHOLOGYWILHELM WUNDT
And this is sufficiently evinced, in that there never follows conception on a rape.
THE WORKS OF ARISTOTLE THE FAMOUS PHILOSOPHERANONYMOUS
And anyhow he started in with his accustomed energy to rape the mysteries of the Costly Life, and become the calmest of its lords.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
To this class belong all those half-grown girls who accuse men of seduction and rape.
CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGYHANS GROSS
For rape oil the limit is 50 per cent., and in smaller quantities the oil does not collect on the alcoholic solution.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, NO. 392, JULY 7, 1883VARIOUS
The fable of the rape of Europa, &c., was a mere national allegory, of which the following is the substance.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 57, NO. 354, APRIL 1845VARIOUS
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