fleshiness


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Indeed, the Christological focus of this suggestion provides a means by which fleshiness might be affirmed.
the size of the hips, fleshiness of the body or slenderness of the waist, or the nature of erotic curves etc.
This intense focus on Divine's body in all its fleshiness demonstrates how the Peace Mission embraced not just individual bodies but also the material structures and worlds they inhabited.
While this particular production of the play typically highlighted the fleshiness of Shakespeare's language, the "male" Juliet avoided bringing out the rude sexual innuendo in "What's Montague?
The smoothness of the skin and the fleshiness of the face distinguish it from the handsomely craggy-textured and bony appearance of the other men.
Thomas Laqueur afirma que a fines del siglo XVIII los esquemas clasicos que identificaban al sexo femenino con la busqueda insaciable de la satisfaccion sexual se invirtieron por las nociones sicologicas que afirmaban el interes primordial de la mujer en los sentimientos y la compania: "The commonplace of much contemporary psychology--that men want sex while women want relationship--is the precise inversion of pre-Enlightenment notions that, extending back to antiquity, equated friendship with men and fleshiness with women" (3).
The commonplace of much contemporary psychology --that men want sex while women want relalionship-- is the precise inversion of pre-Enlightenment notions that, extending back to antiquity, equated friendship with men and fleshiness with women.
After an hour-long assessment of teams representing 17 different breeds, the Welsh Black five made it into the final shake-down but lacked the fleshiness needed to see off their Continental rivals.
A female cyborg (such as Laura) may not be able to survive without her body, since women have historically been defined by their fleshiness, but a male cyborg (Mino) can effectively disengage from parts of his body as do characters in fantastic literature, either through "il modo della fisica separazione, del disgiungersi, cioe, della parte somatica dall'interno" or by "il modo dell'autonomizzazione funzionale della parte" (Roda 6).
Germaine's amplitude implied earlier was an overflowing flood of nakedness, unfashionable fleshiness, just this side of fat, and pleasing to Jay's eyes and hands.
This usage emphasizes the true fleshiness of Jesus' body, and therefore its suitability as real food for the journey.
There's something a bit facile in the film's way of playing off Kohler's fleshiness and vivid coloration against the dark, neat, somewhat bland features of her Walter (Merab Ninidze).
The audience glimpses the shadow's primal fleshiness.