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1. The blood of menstruation and the torn maidenhead.
2. A firm in Maidenhead designed an hydraulically operated bar stool with a large base housing a compressed air tank.
3. One, on the Great Western, broke down at Maidenhead, coaxed beyond its limit.
4. On the Maidenhead side, it would mean considerable expense and demolition of properties - it would be much more expensive.
5. A sin, or shame, or loss of maidenhead.
6. A sin, or a shame, or loss of maidenhead.
7. Mary Rose Gliksten, the leader of Windsor and Maidenhead council, said she was confident the 17th-century Guildhall would provide an elegant venue for the couple.
8. Now, by my maidenhead, at twelve year old, I bade her come. What, lamb! what, ladybird! God forbid! Where's this girl? What, Juliet!
9. Now, by my maidenhead, at twelve year old, I bade her come.
10. The couple listed their address as Windsor and Maidenhead alongside their dates of birth and a description of their occupations[sentencedict.com], musician and film-maker.
11. It is a question of which side of the river you take - the Maidenhead or the Buckinghamshire side.
12. Amongst the people who came visiting was a young Maidenhead medical student.
13. Mary Rose Glikstn , the leader of Windsor and Maidenhead council , said she was confident the 17th-century Guildhall would provide an elegant venue for the couple.
14. The formal notice announcing the event, which will be held on Dec 21 after a mandatory 15-day waiting period, was put on public display at Maidenhead Town Hall in Berkshire.
15. In this film, beautiful blue and black serve as the background to body trade,(http://sentencedict.com) maidenhead remaking and S/M.
16. The night before the princess wed he tried to steal into her bed, insisting that if he could not have her hand, he would claim her maidenhead.
17. These five girls returned to Trinity Studios to start the training. Between June 1993 and March 1994, the five girls lived together in a house in Maidenhead, England.
18. Objective To introduce a method and the experience of maidenhead repair with the use of medical glue and absorbable sutures.
19. Newspapers said many children at the school service at St Mary's Church in Maidenhead, west of London, were distraught when Rayfield said those words.
20. Between June 1993 and March 1994, the five girls lived together in a house in Maidenhead, England.
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