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- As this was tall and robust, so was that bold and forward.Book 4 (39% in)
- This is, however, a kind of horse-medicine, which requires a very robust constitution to digest, and is therefore proper only for the vulgar, unless in one single instance, viz.Book 4 (59% in)
- This Susan was as two-handed a wench (according to the phrase) as any in the country, and would, I believe, have beat the famed Thalestris herself, or any of her subject Amazons; for her form was robust and man-like, and every way made for such encounters.Book 9 (41% in)
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