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Brothels

BROTHELS, crim. law. Bawdy-houses, the common habitations of prostitutes; such places have always been deemed common nuisances in the United States, and the keepers of them may be fined and imprisoned.
     2. Till the time of Henry VIII, they were licensed in England, when that lascivious prince suppressed them. Vide 2 Inst. 205, 6; for the history of these pernicious places, see Merl. Rep. mot Bordel Parent Duchatellet, De la Prostitution dans la ville de Paris, c. 5, Sec. 1; Histoire de la Legislation sur les femmes publiques, & c., par M. Sabatier.

Translate Brothels to German
Browse
Broomstaff
Broomstick
broomweed
Broomy
Brose
Brosme brosme
Brosmius
Brotel
Brotelness
Broth
broth of a boy
broth of a man
Brothel
brothel keeper
Brotheler
Brothelry
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Brother
Brother german
Brother Jonathan
Brother-in-law
Brotherhood
brotherlike
Brotherliness
Brotherly
brotherly love
Brothers of the Third Order of St. Francis
brotula
Brotulidae
Brouded
Brougham
brought about
brouhaha
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