The Greatest Lover in All England by Christina Dodd

By Christina Dodd

Unique ebook: 1994

Since youth, Rosie's lifestyles has been the stage—passing herself off as a boy taking part in women's roles within the slightly disreputable theatrical troupe of actor Danny Plympton, Rosie's adoptive father. but if unanticipated chance confronts them, they need to flee London, taking safe haven on the property of Sir Anthony Rycliffe. A good-looking, devil-may-care rakehell, Tony quick sees via Rosie's disguise.

But a lush, womanly shape and eminently kissable lips will not be the ravishing younger beauty's merely secrets—and the burning charm Tony feels for her doesn't decrease the peril she has dropped at his doorstep. The speeding rogue is set to strip the impossible to resist woman of her mysteries—and her masculine garb—using all of his fabled seductive powers. in spite of everything, Tony has a name to uphold, as . . .

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62 The Jigsaw Puzzle of Health in Context 25 raised to 12. 67 In the course of his lifetime a man would belong to a succession of social units: household, school, professional guild and church or monastery. 71 Women worked in the family gardens and orchards, helped with the tending of livestock and were involved in household manufacture such as spinning and weaving. All these activities could subject them to a number of hazards and to an even higher mortality risk during pregnancy and childbirth.

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Their ongoing activity in these pursuits is evident in the major medical works of Oribasius (c. AD 325–400), Aetius of Amida (fl. under Justinian [AD 527–565]), Alexander of Tralles (c. AD 525– 605), Paul of Aegina (fl. c. AD 640, in Alexandria), Theophanes ‘Nonnus’ (fl. AD 912–59), Symeon Seth (fl. under Michael VII Ducas [AD 1071–78]) and many others. In these works, the influence of Greek and Roman medical tradition is constantly present, but the authors introduce useful comments and notes based on fresh observations, test modified or new applications of therapeutic measurements and attempt diagnosis on the basis of careful examination.

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