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" ... biting of certain poisonous animals. And in consequence of this many lose their organs which break through lack of attention, and they remain eunuchs. They have no cloth either of wool, linen or cotton, since they need it not; neither do they have... "
The History of Brazil - Page 35
by Robert M. Levine - 1999 - 208 lehte
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El Nuevo Mundo: Cartas Relativas a Sus Viajes Y Descubrimientos

Amerigo Vespucci - 1911 - 342 lehte
...since they need it not; neither do they have goods of their own, but all things are held in common. They live together without king, without government,...own master. They marry as many wives as they please; and son cohabits with mother, brother with sister, male cousin with female, and any man with the first...
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Early American Writing

Giles B. Gunn - 1994 - 629 lehte
...since they need it not; neither do they have goods of their own, but all things are held in common. They live together without king, without government,...own master. They marry as many wives as they please; and son cohabits with mother, brother with sister, male cousin with female, and any man with the first...
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Travel Narratives from the Age of Discovery: An Anthology

Peter C. Mancall - 2006 - 413 lehte
...since they need it not; neither do they have goods of their own, but all things are held in common. They live together without king, without government,...own master. They marry as many wives as they please; and son cohabits with mother, brother with sister, male cousin with female, and any man with the first...
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