Definition of 'Mary Magdalene'
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But a contract for a new Mary Magdalene had been signed behind his back, dissipating his last hopes.PASSION IN THE PEAK
So Ricarda Mommsen was Lady Lavender; and tonight she'd told them to keep an eye on Larner and Mary Magdalene.PASSION IN THE PEAK
The new Mary Magdalene, an uncontroversial singer, signed her contract.PASSION IN THE PEAK
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