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girls

parthenophobia.
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I improved, of course, after experiences too numerous to enter upon, so that there were divers girls to whom I could lift my hat and who would walk beside me in the early evenings.
Girls who had to walk more than half a mile to school were pitied.
Go home to your mothers, my good girls, and milk the cows and bake the bread.
But, sister dear, the kind of man we always meet--the man who lives an idle life between society and his clubs--I could not love a man like that, even if his eyes were blue and he were ever so kind to poor girls whom he met in the street.
But the people amongst whom the girl had fallen had positively not a grain of moral delicacy.
Several young girls were animating the scene by the variety of their expressions, their attitudes, and the differences in their toilets.
THE FLOWER GIRL [protesting] Who's trying to deceive you?
No, but sometimes it seems to me that she's a different kind of friend with the Story Girl than she is with me and you," reflected Cecily.
Such a number of nights,' said the girl, with a touch of woman's tenderness, which communicated something like sweetness of tone, even to her voice: 'such a number of nights as I've been patient with you, nursing and caring for you, as if you had been a child: and this the first that I've seen you like yourself; you wouldn't have served me as you did just now, if you'd thought of that, would you?
You must know,' answered the black girl, 'that the Fairy in whose power we both are is my own mother, but you must not betray this secret, for it would cost me my life.
she said quite unemotionally, as though it was a matter of little moment that a young girl should be upon intimate terms with savage jungle beasts.
And as the girl watched them she noted with horror that the poor creatures were chained by the neck to the doors.