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Bathsheba

Old Testament the wife of Uriah, who committed adultery with David and later married him and became the mother of his son Solomon (II Samuel 11--12)

Bathsheba

pressured by David to commit adultery during husband’s absence. [O.T.: II Samuel 11:4]

Bathsheba

king David killed to gain her. [O.T.: II Samuel 11]

Bathsheba

Uriah’s wife, seduced by King David. [O.T.: II Samuel 11:4]
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Khalisha turned to Bethsheba to unbutton her blouse.
Bethsheba jumped back from the girl's fingers, shocked.
The sitt will find it more pleasant if she is bathed by another,' Flushing, Bethsheba said, 'It is not my way, Khalisha
Feeling she now had something to prove, Bethsheba allowed Khalisha to undress her.