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to the passing of this clause, but the Queen pressed it with great earnestness she had yet shewn in anything whatsoever: she thought it became her, as a good wife, to have the act passed, in which she might be the more earnest, because it was not thought advisable to move for an act that should take Prince George into the consortship of the royal dignity.
Evidence of this separation between church and state is also contained in Winthrop's 'Model of Christian Charity' where the settlers sought 'to seek out a place of cohabitation and consortship under a due form of government both civil and ecclesiastical (emphasis added).
The females frequently engage in same-sex consortships but aren't exclusively homosexual.
Of the mature females, 15 engaged in homosexual consortships.

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