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defile

Geography a narrow pass or gorge, esp one between two mountains
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She was referred to the Mirabel Center where it was confirmed that she was actually defiled,' Omolara said.
Based on Seidman's analysis, one may expect that the aesthetic disgust triggered by human rights violations results from witnessing a crossing from the defiled order into the civil order that fails the test of authenticity, that is, an action whereby evil unsuccessfully puts on the mask of the good for the purpose of perverting it.
It's hard to say; but one thing is certain: Faith Defiled is one of the most powerful since the series began, is filled with surprises and twists, and won't disappoint
divorced] her, is not allowed to marry her again since she has been defiled, for that would be an abomination to the Lord; do not spread sin in the land which the Lord your God is giving you as an inheritance (Deut.
The Defiled SLADE ROOMS, W'HAMPTON AFTER recently touring with Murderdolls, metal band The Defiled returned to the Midlands on their first UK headlining tour, equipped with their usual back-combed hair and excessive black eyeliner.
he was a virgin and she did not immediately report him to police because she felt ashamed and defiled.
THE thugs who wrecked a pub, defiled the pool room and attacked customers then walked free does not surprise us.
WHILST having every sympathy for the couple whose front door was defiled by the urinating idiot, and I'm sure that the majority of us who have a modicum of decency would agree that the couple should feel aggrieved at the outcome, ludicrous as it seems.
Sherman is worried about Dini because girls who date "Lester the Molester" tend to end up getting Defiled, a strangely formal ritual at Harewood Tech; that is, every once in a while a girl's picture goes up on bathroom walls, her reputation is ruined by gossip, and afterwards, she is shunned by the student body.
Abdullah, a regular beer customer, was resting (or laying a trap as it surface later) on a bed out side a tukul and allegedly shifted inside where he defiled the infant.
You're the one who abused his child, Stole his childhood, now he's lost and defiled.
The burdens of the past weigh upon her, but the dawning of faith and understanding help her in her search to restore what time, neglect, and harm have defiled, both externally and internally.