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the state of being under the control of another person

someone held in bondage

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Although Hughes is firmly back in rock mode with thunderous renditions of Deep Purple staples, Burn and Stormbringer given an added kick by ex-Whitesnake guitarist Doug Aldrich, he still had space to add his unique dash of soul into the mix with First Step Of Love from the classic Hughes Thrall album adding an altogether more glossy sheen.
Glamour model Danica Thrall, from Derbyshire, reveals that she has been provided with 20,000 pounds worth of goods in the space of just three months.
ITV played a highlights reel of the show's weirdest contestants in a desperate bid to keep an audience with challenged concentration in their thrall while they fixed the gremlins.
Although Thrall necessarily relinquished leadership of the Horde in order to train further as a shaman, the brutal repercussions of that decision haunt him.
But no one has taught me more about what's wrong with the system than Gary Thrall, left for dead after a knife attack by muggers outside his barber's shop.
Thrall, a fellow in the division of gynecologic oncology at the University of Washington in Seattle.
And , despite still clearly being in thrall to The Beatles, the mono-browed moody one has widened his palette to take on the likes of Can, The Rolling Stones and - evident from Four Letter Word's Kashmir-like strings - a bit of Led Zeppelin.
Thrall said, "median age of ovarian cancer diagnosis is 64 years, so these data represent about 50% of women with ovarian cancer in the U.
The 64-year-old Smither had the audience in his thrall, with Love You Like A Man and his cover of Dylan's Visions Of Johanna among the highlights.
Prosecutor Michael Mather-Lees said the paranoid schizophrenic thought he was "under the thrall of a demon who told him what to do".
Birkin was touted as an earthy and liberating force of feminism, yet she turns out to be no more than a classic simpering ingenue, in thrall to domineering men.
While it may be correct to say that the Islamic die-hards who enforce such rules are oppressive, Sudan is in their thrall.
For Wolves fans he is remembered for keeping the ball in his thrall, dribbling, passing, scoring, winning.
conservatives, in particular, have made great hay over the international reaction among the broader Anglican Communion to the lopsided approval of Robinson's ordination by Episcopal bishops, treating it as another example of the self-destruction of mainstream Protestants in the thrall of secular liberalism or radicalism.
This new automotive museum by Mansilla & Tunon, however, is not in thrall to any particular brand.