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god of love

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(Roman mythology) god of love

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a symbol for love in the form of a cherubic naked boy with wings and a bow and arrow

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Maimie could also see the pompous doctor feeling the Duke's heart and hear him give utterance to his parrot cry, and she was particularly sorry for the Cupids, who stood in their fools' caps in obscure places and, every time they heard that "Cold, quite cold," bowed their disgraced little heads.
Most gladsome sight of all, the Cupids plucked the hated fools' caps from their heads and cast them high in the air.
By this time all the ladies were crying in their handkerchiefs, but presently the Cupids had a lovely idea.
I respectfully beg to thank you, sir, for overlooking the case of the stuffed buzzard, and the other case of the Cupid's wing--as also for permitting me to wash my hands of all responsibility in respect of the pins on the carpet, and the litter in Mr.
I fully anticipated a demand for certain new concessions, following the precedent already established in the cases of the stuffed buzzard, and the Cupid's wing.
'And when you have made it, you can keep it too, I should think,' said Cupid.
Two real-life cupids were also on hand to keep shoppers entertained with love-themed sweet treats, retailer prizes and naughty-but-nice compliments.
Pricewise followers have never been in better shape going into a final with the two favourites, Cupids Arrow and Sinatra Princess, who when coupled are odds-on, strongly advised in the ante-post market at 10-1 and 16-1 respectively.
"All of our events are themed to add a fun aspect which is welcoming, such as our Festive Fun and Club and latterly Cupids Fun and Club Show.
That is right--Fallon becomes a Cupid. Little is cute about his situation, however, as Fallon learns that the Cupids are at war with the Suicides, dark beings that cause depression in their human victims.
In his book, An Encouragement to Colonies, Sir William Alexander reports that some settlers "well satisfied both for pleasure and profit" are still living at Cupids.
Cupids Lingerie is suing some former managers, accusing them of using the company's intimate details to open their own lingerie boutique.
Junior counsel Alistair Clark on Cupids club:"These clubs are apparently places where people go for casual sexual activity with others who like that sort of thing."
Cupids will offer in-depth tips on styles, colours and sizes.
Medieval Venuses and Cupids: Sexuality, Hermeneutics, and English Poetry.