because you know you love now several people, women I mean, physically I mean, better, oftener, more carnally
than me>> (p.
For to be carnally
minded is death, but to be spiritually minded is life and peace.
In short, the sexoid could be whatever men and women carnally
crave in private but chastely condemn in public.
The wicked and such as be void of a lively faith, although they do carnally
and visibly press with their teeth (as S.
Marriage is thus indeed, as it is conventional to say, a central theme of The Canterbury Tales, though the theme is developed in such a way that the reader can appreciate its evident social and spiritual value all the better for having observed the poor facsimiles that some of the pilgrims try to pass off as more attractive, chaucer writes about the social good of well-ordered marriage elsewhere, in his political allegory The Parliament of Foules, in Troilus and Criseyde, and in his lyrics, notably when he is admonishing the carnally
self-indulgent Richard II, whose early preoccupations somewhat mirror those of Chretien's Erec.
there is none righteous, all men being sinners, but such sinners as are secure and carnally
confident in their own righteousness, Christ came not to call them.
Whenever Ismael (Louis Garel from Honore's "Dans Paris"), Julie ("Swimming Pool's" Ludivine Sagnier) or Alice (Clotilde Hesme) have trouble expressing their feelings, they unselfconsciously shift into warbling Alex Beaupain's emotionally brutal, carnally
graphic and quite beautiful songs.
Sure, the Butthole Surfers' first two records or so were great, carnally
charged and LSD-fueled mayhem before they got way too burned out and starting trying to write pop songs.
Then he admits at a press conference: "I travelled and spent lots of time with people in Greece, many of whom were women, some of whom were known carnally
his whore, and that he had carnally
known her so often as he had fingers and toes," and his antagonism came to a head when "he went to St Margaret's church, with a sword at his side, accompanied by several 'loose fellows,' and 'behaved himself in a wild manner' during the service and sermon, to the great terror of Franklin.
The decadence he fails to bring about carnally
instead afflicts the Knights of the Grail through their despair at the diseased inability of their king, Amfortas, to perform the life-sustaining Grail ceremony.
One minute you're aiming your gun at him, the next you're locking gums with him, as Lisa and Phil become carnally
66] The uncovering of Trissino's Acratia thus dramatizes in particularly vivid terms the Pauline model in which to read literally, carnally
, is to see with a veil covering one's heart, while to read figuratively, spiritually, is to see with the veil lifted.
If any man's wife go aside and commit a trespass against him, and a man lie with her carnally
, and it be hid from the eyes of her husband, and she be undetected, and she be defiled, and there is no witness against her, nor is she taken in the act and the spirit of jealousy come upon him and he be jealous of his wife and she be defiled: or if the spirit of jealousy come upon him and he be jealous of his wife and she not be defiled: then shall the man bring his wife to the priest.
2-361[A] (Michie 1996) ("If any person carnally
knows in any manner any brute animal, or carnally
knows any male or female person by the anus or by or with the mouth, or voluntarily submits to such carnal knowledge, he or she shall be guilty of a Class 6 felony.