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of the period coinciding with the Christian era

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"It was paid sex but when we fought over her fees, she claimed to the police that I raped her," C.E. told the court.
His court-appointed lawyer Mohammad Abdullah Al Redha contended in court: "The woman had willingly went to C.E.'s flat after she had agreed to have sex with him for Dh200 ...
The woman claimed that she was present in C.E.'s flat when he forced himself on her and raped her after he threatened to kill her in September.
The woman testified that she was present in C.E.'s flat when he forced himself on her and raped her after he threatened to kill her in September.
"It was consensual and paid sex but when we fought over her fees, she claimed to the police that I raped her," argued C.E. as he entered a not guilty plea in court.
Moreover when she testified in court, she said that C.E. muzzled her with a cloth, but she told prosecutors that he muzzled her with a pillow," argued the lawyer.
Paul Lovern, head of St Mary's C.E. Primary School and The Richard Crosse C.E.
16:253), again during the reign of Vologases (around 51-76 C.E.), then in 115-16, 164, 197, and 216-17 C.E.
100 C.E., this requires a date for the Similitudes earlier in the first century C.E.
If we date the Similitudes in the second half of the first century C.E., we can see how the titular use of the son of man infiltrated the later books of the New Testament.