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The mutual infidelities are almost complete--but not without one more destructive turn.
The disclosure of the speaker-elect's marital infidelities, disclosed in Roll Call, a Capitol Hill newspaper, sent a new jolt of uncertainty among lawmakers as they prepared for the momentous debate over the president's admitted misbehavior in office and whether he should be impeached and tried by the Senate.
The opera begins with a prologue, which Morris sets in a big-city bar late at night with a crowd of tipsy gods and mortals trading tales of infidelities.
A far cry from the more common structured reality shows, which force tension through strenuous circumstances, Cheaters captures the true-to-life drama of real life infidelities disclosed through hidden cameras and microphones.
Wellington, Dec 3 (ANI): Office Christmas parties not just bring celebrations and gaiety among workers, but also trigger infidelities among people indulging in festival pleasures, warns a Kiwi private investigator.
Infidelity Life now offers coverage against ``intentional, unintentional and/or passive infidelities.
The story of Puccini's life - his love of his home at Torre del Lago and its stunning lake, his infidelities, his unhappy marriage, his obsession with hunting and his final illness - is told alongside the story of his music.
and "High Heels") plays Loli, a well-cared-for housewife and mother (Spanish, like the actress, but living in France) who is blissfully unaware of her husband's nonstop infidelities, but is growing more and more frustrated with his mysterious absences and his lack of interest in bed.