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coitus

[′kō·əd·əs]
(zoology)
The act of copulation. Also known as intercourse.
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That condoms were the preferred method of contraception, and coitus interruptus was the second most popular method, reflected findings from previous research involving Korean adolescents (Lee & Kang, 2011).
For example, according to Jewish law, a man is not allowed to "waste seed"--spill semen without purpose--so the use of coitus interruptus would not have IKCU acceptable.
For example, while coitus interruptus is a safe method for any woman, regardless of her physical state, its relative ineffectiveness may not make it a good choice.
Y, segun los juristas, el profeta habria permitido el coitus interruptus antes de esos 40 dias.
1500 BC Genesis describes how God kills Onan after he "wasted his seed on the ground" during coitus interruptus.
El enamorado ambiciona llegar al jacfo o fait, (9)--es decir, el acto amoroso--, aunque no siempre lo logra y a veces tiene que contentarse con escarceos, promesas e incluso con el coitus interruptus, pasando por todas las etapas previas, esas que senalan algunos tratadistas latinos de la epoca: visus--miradas--, alloquium--exhortacion--, contactus--contacto--, basia --besos--y factum--acto amoroso.
El guino de ojo de Oveja negra al melodrama campirano es nada comparado con las sabrosas piruetas que el guion propone frente a las hegemonias de clase, Iglesia incluida; ademas de una virilidad expuesta sistematicamente al coitus interruptus, competencias de tiro al blanco, fuegos de artificio y amistad a prueba de balas, Humberto Hinojosa introduce un elemento que hacia mucha falta en el cine mexicano: la vision de un imaginario poetico del emigrante mexicano, del anhelo de un mundo mejor allende la frontera, encarnado por Kumbia y su sueno de la tierra de Oz.
The penitentials prescribe 10 years of penance for coitus interruptus and lifelong penance for oral sex.
Considering the facts that the only method of birth control available at the time was coitus interruptus, which is only moderately effective, and that the Arabs prided themselves on the number of children they had, we may safely assume that Aishah was born within the first four or five years of her parents' marriage.
Unlike today, the attention given onanism (a misinterpretation of coitus interruptus in Genesis 38:3-10) during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries was as a social, moral, and medical evil, which Kant believed to be worse than suicide.
In 1836, in lieu of any reliable birth control method, Robert Dale Owen recommended that couples worried about pregnancy use coitus interruptus.
She was using coitus interruptus as a contraceptive method.