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impotent

(esp of males) unable to perform sexual intercourse
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You will get rid of impotency and give strength to the body.
In Vatsayana's (His real name was Malinga, Vatsayana was his gotra) book Kamasutra (First documented book in the world to deal with sex) touched some aspects of Napumsaka or impotency.
For all the reactions that the UN, the US or any other country made at that time condemning the killing, the fact is that the incident reflected the collective impotency of the world, nay their selective action when it comes to dealing with any situation like that.
Molly Bourne investigates the accusations of impotency against Vincenzo Gonzaga.
While Uber failed in adhering to due diligence with regard to employee screening, the impotency of the central database for criminals has also been illustrated.
If it is called impotency, and I said that, then what's the problem?
The impotency poem tradition begins with the development of Latin elegy in the first century BCE to address issues of social and political complexity.
Swept under the carpet from the day we were born, Taught to excel at failure and spend our life on loan, Living in a hostel sleeping like a bone, Buckled by the democratic impotency of beer, tabs and a moan.
The impotency drug causes too-rigid heart chamber walls to become more elastic.
Dr Marina Moskha, who works with the IMSH said that there were two classic types of women when dealing with the impotency of their partners.
Ambassador Susan Rice, who said some of Gaddafi's troops had been issued with the impotency drug Viagra.