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Kama-Sutra

detailed Hindu account of the art of lovemaking. [Ind. Lit.: Benét, 538]
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They said: "The Kama Sutra positions are extremely odd to start with, so when you create a dot-to-dot and take away the main parts of the body, leaving the odd suspended head and hand it looks even more comical.
Our third hypothesis is that participants who are high in SSS will be more willing to experience, or will have more experience, with various Kama Sutra sexual positions.
In the original Kama Sutra (literally meaning Rules of Love), the fourth-century editor Vatsyayana compiled, commented on and embellished over 800 years' worth of disconnected Hindu wisdom writings regarding sexual love and romantic relationships as related to the common religious beliefs of his era.
The virus, which is also known as Nyxem.E, Kama Sutra, CME-24 and MyWife, is transmitted by e-mail and will overwrite files on the third day of each month, once activated.
The Nyxem computer virus, also known as 'Blackmal', 'Kama Sutra', 'Tearec' and 'MyWife', has not caused the problems anticipated, according to computer security companies such as Sophos.
"He has got more positions on energy than the Kama Sutra," Duncan says.
J K Ansell, owner of the Kama Sutra brand of condoms and marketer of imported surgical gloves, will market Tena products in pharmacies and directly to hospitals.
While working at home I had heard Bill Barton, a professor of mathematics from Auckland University, discussing mathematics problems in the Kama Sutra on the radio with Robyn Williams.
What do the following books have in common: Marcuse, Five Lectures; Celant, Arte Povera; Bachelard, The Poetics of Space; and the Kama Sutra?
The magnetic Kama Sutra set includes 69 magnets of men and women in various positions and an explicit handbook.
I have eclectic tastes and positioned next to D-Day: The Battle for Normandy is The Kama Sutra, Step-by-Step.