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love affair

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an intimate sexual relationship between two people

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a usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship

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Et pour ne pas faillir a son autre violon d'Ingres, la melodie sentimentale, Houari se surpasse et chante les amours eperdues, impossibles ou encore heureuses.
L'amour encore et toujours pour l'artiste qui se complait devant [beaucoup moins que]Achek memhoun[beaucoup plus grand que], pour dire et paraphraser que les amours ne sont pas comme on le croirait de tout repos.
The old French lays of Ignaure, Oiselet and Amours.
Amours is a simple love story between a noble man and woman who are temporarily parted.
Lycidas, in Les Amours d' Astree et de Celadon (The Romance of Astrea and Celadon, 2007)
Les Amours romanesques de la fin des guerres de religion au temps de L'Astree (1585-1628): Fictions narratives et representations culturelles.
This significant study concerns primarily three of Ronsard's poetic clusters: Les Amours (1552-53); Sonets pour Helene (1578); and "Sur la mort de Marie" (1578).
Fresh dirt on the lesbian amours of Garbo, Dietrich, and Hollywood's golden girls
Amours bought the property five years ago from the estate of G.
And Nicolas Musin's choreography, though more challenging than anything Baker probably danced, did capture the sexy naivete of J'ai deux amours.
Alduy limits her inquiry to those texts produced between 1544--the date of Maurice Sceve's Delie--and 1560, the year that Ronsard published his Oeuvres, thus setting off a new trend toward publishing complete works that led to the relative demise of the Amours genre.
In his sophistry, Dumont may place himself in the tradition of provocation, from Sade to Rimbaud to Pasolini, but Twentynine Palms has none of the power to shock an audience into consciousness evident in the elliptic violence of Bresson's L'Argent, the emotional evisceration of Eustache's The Mother and the Whore, or the bitter sexuality of Pialat's A Nos Amours.
A meticulous amalgam of talking heads, photos, home videos, and stock footage, Paul Monette: The Brink of Summer's End spends as much time chronicling the late writer's amours as it does charting his literary achievements.
La comedie a l' epoque d' Henri II et de Charles IX contains six plays: L'Andrie and La comedie du sacrifice ou Les abuses by Charles Estienne, edited by Luigia Zilli; Comedie ou dialogue matrimonial by Barthelemy Aneau, also edited by Zilli; Jacques Bourgeois's Comedie tres elegante en laquelle vent contenues les amours recreatives d'Erostrate fils de Philogone de Catania en Sicile et de la belle Polymneste fille de Damon bourgeois d'Avignon, edited by Mariangela Miotti; Etienne Jodelle's L'Eugene, edited by Anna Bettoni; and Henri de Barran's Tragique comedie francaise de l'homme justifie par foi, edited by Regine Reynolds-Cornell.
Reflecting the importance of topographical markers in L'Astree, the Laws are guarded in a privileged space, the Temple de l'Amitie, an edifice which explicitly bars entry to all profanes esprits in order to restrict passage to the select few "d'un sainct amour espris" (2:5.