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16th century - The lustful relationship in William Shakespeare's hugely successful poem Venus And Adonis (1593) embodies a sexual excitement and passion rarely seen in Renaissance Literature.
The reason for this is so that the woman is protected from the lustful gaze of men.
She hires childhood sweetheart Andy Cobb (Luke Evans) to oversee repairs while encouraging lustful glances from celebrated - and married - thriller writer Nicholas Hardiment (Roger Allam), who treats his wife Beth (Tamsin Greig) like a skivvy.
More than half of workers in East Anglia (56 per cent) claimed to have become involved with a colleague at a Christmas party, making it the most lustful region.
For the YA reader, however, this is all likely offset by sexually explicit scenes and lustful wanderings, as Martin more than succeeds in getting inside the sixteen-year-old boy's head.
But then you discover this phobia figures big in the sorting out of the nasty, lustful author.
Young girls are caught up in this snare of lustful men who use them like tissue paper and forget they ever met them.
The orchestra sounded sensational under Jesus Lopez-Cobos; during Salome's dance, the symphonic frenzy from the pit won out over the ludicrous striptease by seven lustful men.
Popular understandings of the Gold Rush as a romantic, entrepreneurial, and lustful era conflict with accounts of failure and despair, environmental destruction, and genocide.
Women are proud and men are lustful, according to a report on sin published in the Vatican newspaper, L'Osservatore Romano.
A four-parter, it's packed with dark deeds, mercenary conspiracies, lustful looks and traitorous affairs.
a film inspired by Oscar Wilde's once-banned theater play on the lustful biblical character Salome.