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But it's Punch in particular who might truly define Coover as clown: murderously amorous, or lustfully murderous--his nose and stick longer than any simple stand-ups or comedian's.
The delicate and naturalized modelling of the figures and their physiognomy in a verdant, hazy, lustfully textured garden imbues the painting with a spiritually sublime tranquillity and visualizes the literary limits of painted poetry (poesie).
* Rulers should not look at women lustfully, but should stick to their jobs and be faithful to their wives.
From the moment that she clearly sees her would-be predator, the nameless blonde in the hospital room switches from defense to offense, murmuring wistfully, breathlessly, lustfully, "Stop....
That was Springheel Jack, a Victorian devil-giant who danced across London, Sheffield and Norfolk rooftops lunging lustfully at women.
3/ The Peg House, Leggett, CA The Summer of Love returns to the California redwoods: back-to-the-Earth groove, live music, and a barbecue that grills lustfully juicy bacon cheeseburgers.
I suppose there could be some sort of Lady Gaga metaphor buried deep inside this video: Does Gaga hang lustfully out of her window because she's like Juliet and wants Romeo to climb up and push her over her 'edge of glory'?
Marie Touzeau (2), a former student of Flockart, reinforced the view of Wood as a competent musician saying that he sang very lustfully in assembly and that among an almost all-female teaching staff he had a 'lovely singing voice, and of course [he was] the only man there for a long time!' (Jenkins, 2006e).
The beau ideal of Laertes exposes his character and draws on the Greek archetype: Lamord, death as a centaur, "incorpsed and demi-natured with his beast." So too in Sophocles, the gift of the beast carries lust and revenge; when Nessus, carrying Deianeira across a flooded river, "touched her lustfully," Herakles shot him, a reflex of the lustful touch.
The sixth commandment is read in the light of the Gospel: 'You have heard that it was said, "You shall not commit adultery." But I say to you that every one who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart'.
In the early '80s it was not uncommon at WOW to find the "good" homosexuals gone "bad." Characters in plays no longer killed themselves, but rather openly and lustfully claimed their raging sexual desire for other women.
Big bucks would be hitting the shade early instead of lustfully sniffing out does.