prurient


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characterized by lust

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The Castle complaint brought claims against Rams Head and Muehlhauser for violation of (http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frmStatutesText.aspx?article=gcr&section=3-902&ext=html&session=2017RS&tab=subject5) section 3-902 of Maryland's Criminal Law Article, which criminalizes certain visual surveillance with prurient intent and creates a private cause of action for individuals subjected to unlawful surveillance and the tort of unreasonable intrusion upon seclusion, according to the appeals court document.
Whether to the average person, applying contemporary community standards, the dominant theme of the material taken as a whole appeals prurient interest.
the frequency and selection of which are limited only by the prurient taste of Americans and the imagination of editors."
The new Mumbai Police Act, which is yet to be notified, says, " Nothing ( performances in dance bars) will be permitted which arouses the prurient interest of the audience, consists of a sexual act, lascivious movements, gestures for the purpose of sexual propositioning or indicating the availability of sexual access to the dancer or in the course of which the dancer exposes her genitals or if a female is topless."
After initially denying that he had sent the photo a chastened Weiner admitted to multiple prurient exchanges through Twitter and Facebook, and a parade of women he contacted have come forward.
Also, having to sort through a sea of prurient content to find useful information may be another deterrent to many young users.
It could also be argued their various peccadillos, and faux pas, have added some spice to their stories which has generated what might be called a prurient interest among visitors.
This slender volume, itself comprising less than one nine-hundredth of that prodigious, prurient output, is nonetheless vintage Louys, consistently light and perverse and deliciously trashy--while also witty, insightful, and genuinely scathing.
This is cynicism at its very worst and intended to add an additional prurient element to a tired format that has seen better days.
A cat and mouse game with the press, that's what, and it's both unedifying and prurient.
Lets not be prurient; you can't see into the club, no law is being broken, everyone is over 21 and you can't just walk in off the street.
Nowhere in the review does Allen show that my knowledge of Johnson, the subject of my doctoral dissertation and earliest articles, is deficient Since she agrees that my argument about Johnson's chains and whips is more convincing than Peter Martin's, it seems gratuitous to call my interest in Johnson's sexuality "prurient" and my conclusion "self-justifying."
Egotistical rocker Gary Parsley is unhappy with the state of his dinner and Prurient Dad has to deal with an embarrassing problem.
Quite apart from the potential damage to her family, this sort of thing caters to the most prurient and base instincts in the public's mind.
But Ms Madeley's success to date is attributable to the prurient interest of those who want to see the daughter of a celebrity couple get her kit off.