eunuch


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a man who has been castrated and is incapable of reproduction

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So, salary also plays a significant factor in enhancing the self-esteem of an eunuch.
In the absence of national statistics the exact number of total eunuch population in the study area is unknown.
The main objective of the research was to explore the perception of Eunuchs regarding the legal protection of their rights that Supreme Court has given to them.
When called upon to treat an ailing princess he could physically examine the patient, unlike the European neem-Hakeem who was permitted to feel the pulse only from behind thick curtains and under the watchful eye of the eunuch who stood behind the Hakeem armed with a naked sword
Each candidate or applicant should submit a medical report, signed and stamped by two qualified and reliable doctors, testifying that they have personally examined the man and found him to be a genuine eunuch.
They included information about eunuchs, who either lost their reproductive organs in accidents or underwent castration to gain early access to the palace.
The welcome of eunuchs into the faith community is not the issue on the frontier of the church's mission with sexual minorities of our day.
Residents claimed that an increasing number of eunuchs in the area were posing serious problems to the safety of the people.
The eunuch leader said that the SHO ordered Iqbal to get his plaza vacated from the eunuchs within a week, as the transgenders had refused to pay any money to the police officials.
Such a stereotyped pathway leading to the eunuch phenomenon was partially supported by our recent work, which i) establishes the phylogenetic pattern of these behaviors as homologous in nephilids (Kuntner et al.
The author's aptitude for writing and historical and medical research serves him well and helps authenticate the story of Mohammed Nasser's rise from a castrated eunuch to a hormone-injected sexually active but infertile husband.
The imperial court was resuscitated long enough to give Sun a chance to serve the consort of the boy emperor PuyiAua position that gave him the distinction of being the last eunuch to the last Chinese emperor.
Even more intriguing is that they were led by a eunuch, which brings me to the twin subjects in the title of this paper, "The Eunuch and the Giraffe.
Relief: King and Eunuch Attendant, 883-859 BC; Neo-Assyrian period, reign of Ashurnasirpal II.
Wittgenstein provides a necessary caveat to this essay's topic, which, baldly stated, is a chronological account of a hitherto-un-remarked cultural trope: the pairing of a eunuch and a blackamoor.