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that may not be spoken of or uttered

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There will of course, be clashes between these categories, but on past experience it is safe to predict that any Christian who criticises same-sex marriage, or other unmentionables, will be accused of hate crime, while anyone calling them homophobic bigots will not.
It wasn't the right time to point out that if he had in fact mentioned them, then they are no longer unmentionables.
OK, it's not quite up there with I'm A Celeb levels of humiliation - no one, as far as I know, has been forced to eat kangaroo unmentionables - but there's still time for a large, hairy gentleman to come in and request a back, sack and crack wax (I've got my fingers crossed).
In reading Unmentionables, you may be tempted to align each of the book's seven sections with a different female role.
My unmentionables on a dais, ruffled dress on the carpet (Persian, I believe) and the bleached muslin of sheets.
From advice for young ladies, to unmentionables on the dinner plate, to women's suffrage, to the 'do's and don'ts' of wearing hats, "Manners & Morals of Victorian America" is a fascinating and enthusiastically recommended window into the morals and manners of an American past that will never come again.
I make all of my unmentionables, but I do not sew all of my clothes, because I am a thrift store shopaholic.
The word "unmentionable" does not, strictly speaking, mean something that is inappropriate; it can also mean something that words can't describe well.
The unmentionables on these pages are definitely worth mentioning because they not only lift, tuck and tighten, they also transform any outfit into a figure-flattering ensemble.
In addition to recovering the shoes, police seized numerous photos of high school age girls, three recent school year books, a school floor plan, and a printout for the Kenosha (WI) School District student directory--along with a few unmentionables.
In a police interview, the boy told how Thomson, who has four previous convictions for sexual offences committed in Scotland, touched his "unmentionables".
Performances fail to make much impact, except perhaps Desmond Askew's cheeky chap Finn, who claims he would lick the sweat off a monkey's unmentionables for a cold beer.
Now she tackles a new subject, the "unmentionables" of our society from fur trading days to the present.
In "The Unmentionables," Bruce Norris' lucidly satirical and mostly breezy take on Americans abroad in the Third World, a desire to do good eventually comes off as one more excuse for some not-so-selfless pursuits, regularly creates victims and sooner or later is exposed as a form of hypocrisy.
But apparently this rule is constantly ignored by Tim who, much to Denise's chagrin, insists on using it for the unmentionables.