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5:5, 'Omnis fornicator aut immundus non habet hereditatem Christi' (555), and by an authority from Matt.
1 [female] (FCD190*, Tetanorhynchus fornicator paralectotype, collected in copula with FCD191) and 1 [male] (FCD191*, T.
Hence, Ramatoulaye disillusioned about her brother's action says: "You are in league with Islam, Mabigue and you are a fornicator as well.
Despite the drudgery of farm labor, Burns found time to get a servant girl with child, for which he was denounced from the pulpit as a fornicator (not for the last time in his short life), (1) and he was about to do the same favor for Jean Armour, the "jewel" of the six "Mauchline Belles" whom he celebrates in "The Belles of Mauchline," a song he wrote that year:
ONE OF THE OLD MEN SAYS, "Never judge a fornicator.
The speaker, however, never made clear why he assumed that McNally thought Christ to be either a fornicator or an adulterer, as the play presents Joshua as unmarried, so he could not by definition commit adultery, and it does not suggest that he has an active sex life.
of La Verne) explores how Kean's acting style was so affecting his biographers forgot the man sought to control English theater, how his persona was so influential even after death that both Dumas used it to explode aristocratic pretensions and Twain used it to explore the loving link between American audiences and titillation, how Kean's son attempted to make him less of a fornicator and more of a philosopher, and how Sartre made Kean existentially transparent.
He cannot let it go, for on it depends his whole philosophy: he, a fornicator and a wife-murderer, alone sees the hellishness of human existence.
But as Lopez explains, even this compensatory Lost Cause screen-image is queered twice over: first, by the boy's own suspicion that his glamorous ancestor may have died not as a hero in the saddle but as a fornicator in a countryman's bedroom or a thief in a chicken house--which is to say, as an egregious misperformer of martial whiteness--and second, by the lexical associations between the grandfather's rumored and feared identity as chicken-thief and the transgressive sexual role of the "chicken hawk," a slang term for a male seducer of boys (86-87).
Boswell was an insatiable fornicator, Kinbote is a secret pederast.
Which is when the egotistical Bishop Pucci (Jeremy Irons, resplendently camp and dressed like a meeting between Zorro and Moulin Rouge), the Pope's top Inquisitor, flounces in to take charge of hunting down and executing Casanova as a fornicator.