adulteress


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Known as "Dame Folly" by scholars, she is the alter ego to Lady Wisdom just as the adulteress is to the lifelong wife.
Under the draft provisions, a couple found by a court to have engaged in sexual intercourse outside a legal marriage shall be sentenced to stoning to death if the adulterer or adulteress is married.
Forgiving the adulteress & the murderer are topics
www.nimaxtheatre,com, 0844 482 9672 Mary Queen of Scots exhibition, National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh (Friday - November 17): The story of the enigmatic queen arouses strong emotions: was she betrayed by those she trusted and condemned to die a Catholic martyr or was she a murdering adulteress with her husband's blood on her hands?
The scholar said that the Quran never prescribed stoning as punishment for adultery and that the punishment prescribed by the law is 100 lashes to the adulterer and the adulteress in public.
The scholar said that the Quran, the holy book of Muslims, never prescribed stoning as punishment for adultery and that the punishment prescribed by the Shariah is 100 lashes to the adulterer and the adulteress in public.
Contrary to Ortlieb, Mills described her stepmother not as a hardy pioneer woman but as a greedy, home-wrecking adulteress and manipulative hypochondriac.
(Note that gay "marriage" significantly lacks a name of its own to connote its unique unspeakable baseness.) Just as it is proverbially impossible for a woman to be a little bit pregnant, so it is impossible for her to be a little bit of an adulteress--a moderate adulteress, we might say.
There are a lot of people who don't want an adulterer or adulteress on the throne of Britain.
In particular, I want to examine the link between the figure of the adulteress and the status of the actress Sarah Siddons, the consummate interpreter of the female outcast as tragic heroine in the Romantic period.
Robinson's Disgrace, she extracts what fragments of Isabella Robinson's diary survive in court records and newspaper reports to bring us the unmediated voice of a genteel adulteress--if indeed she was an adulteress. ...
The regime thus considers every dissident an agent of America and Israel if the dissident is a man and an adulteress if it is a woman.
She can't watch any longer as her husband grieves his adulteress, so steps into Annie's shoes for another life.
I have been living under the cloud of "Second Class Christian" at best and "Adulteress Who Will Burn In Hell" at worst for a very long time now.