forbidden fruit

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originally an apple from the tree of knowledge of good and evil in the Garden of Eden

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02 before giving way, and the race turned into a duel between Forbidden Fruit (4-1) and Winter Song (SP 11-4).
Sarah Al Agroobi's The Forbidden Fruit follows two Westernised young adults both unaware they will soon meet for a potential arranged marriage.
MUZAFFARGARH -- Around 30 per cent increase in tuition fee and other expenses by noted English medium private schools has made quality education a forbidden fruit for the lower middle class and poor segments of the society, says a PML-N leader here Wednesday.
Music fans will be gathering for Dublin's urban festival Forbidden Fruit on the grounds of IMMA where there is a heady mix of dance and indie groups entertaining the masses today and tomorrow.
They were easily persuaded that eating the forbidden fruit would make them as great as God and they would therefore have no further need of him.
The dark one is as a rule passionate, haughty, plain, foreign or Jewish, and in some way associated with the undesirable or with some kind of forbidden fruit like incest.
The forbidden fruit carries a premium: A box of 25 Cohiba Robustos costs $304 on the Hong Kong-based Cigars of Habanos Web site, where shoppers are offered the option of shipping to the U.
Available in Sun Stroke, Sexy Hot Tan and Forbidden Fruit, all the proceeds will go to charity.
Forbidden Fruit tells the story of the sexual values and practices of American teenagers, paying particular attention to how participating in organized religion shapes sexual decision making.
Gok is on a mission to find a 21stcentury Eve, and a taste for forbidden fruit appears to be optional.
Packages come in creative names like Forbidden Fruit and Heavenly Rewards.
The campaign fuses the myth of pomegranate as the original forbidden fruit along with its 'good for you' credentials," said Sutton.
The well-researched book includes illustrations and a time line (from the banana as the possible biblical forbidden fruit, to the imminent biotech future that seems necessary to save monoculture bananas from being decimated by disease).