In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- When Sam's not being offered carnal delights, he is being offered other vices.
- This scene gives us our first sighting of Lord Summerisle as well as introducing the more carnal aspects of island life.
- The Wooden Frock is from the Cinderella shelf of the library, the slipper here replaced by the more carnal symbol of a wedding ring.
- Shopping in our humble opinions is a divine pleasure in its own right and its reputation can only be sullied by likening it to more carnal activity.
- Satin is sensual and carnal (think satin sheets), but also associated with ritual.
- They must curb their carnal cravings and submit to the will of the Lord.
- The majority of the men who frequent dance-halls go there with nothing but carnal thoughts in their minds.
- The pair were so engrossed in their carnal activities that they did not even notice Loren.
- He took up with a girl who, as well as carnal favours, supplied him with rationed beer and contraband Craven As.
- It is carnal need, which, by coincidence, is an important part of the expression of love.
- In these works, the wolf-man emerges as a kind of romantic anti-hero, torn between social mores and carnal desire.
- Islam requires that both women and men adopt modest dress that does not inflame carnal desire.
- Sensuality is only carnal when it is used indiscriminately, for self-defeating gratification.
- Here you will find a room of elegantly erotic mosaics, and sentimentally carnal ceramics.
- I wish they would spend time making the characters as real as their carnal activities.
- The videos apparently distract the viewer's attention from the song to the meaningless portrayal of carnal desires.
- And yet to me to love in a carnal sense was at any rate to enjoy a triumph over countless rivals.
- For him, though, there's no competition between carnal and spiritual desires.
- The King portrayed a female vagrant, complete with a garbage bag dress, who goes after a man in hope of satisfying her carnal desires.
- But in this struggle it is not the carnal desires that always triumph as some people imagine.
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