There's a "forest" in us, a place of inner retreat and refreshment, a virginal
and private inner hideout of vast importance to the soul.
Then, if the history definitely indicates pregnancies, including miscarriages and/or abortions, the examiner may conclude that the patient is no longer virginal
and may proceed with a narrow speculum exam and pap.
If Mary was able to maintain her virginal
purity, seemingly her most valued physical and spiritual trait, before, during, and after the birth of Jesus (or at any point during His term of gestation), then her virginal
status trumps the physical and spiritual capacity of all earthly women.
CEO had no place to go for advice and counsel.
Readers will find, alongside a common insistence upon Jesus' ministry and message in his first century Jewish context, perceptive debate concerning the divinity of Jesus, the virginal
conception, the meaning of the crucifixion, the meaning and mode of the resurrection, and the second coming of Christ.
When we live in the interior castle, we are safe; when we are at home in the inner wine cellar, we are regularly intoxicated with the spirit; when we identify with the virginal
point, we are one with Mystery.
Hence as Sohn concludes at the end of this massive study, the image of woman constructed in French culture - as virginal
jeune fille, loyal wife and devoted mother - by no means "dictated" female behavior in the Third Republic.
Francoise's blond tresses and virginal
smile make her seem like a visitation of purity and light, contrasting sharply with Reine's dark sensuality.
In these, and their many clones, prostitutes with virginal
souls find Prince Charmings who recognize their essential goodness and carry them off into a diamond-strung sunset.
Taken together with earlier volumes of Musica Britannica (MB) devoted to the keyboard works of Byrd (MB 27-8), Bull (14, 19), Gibbons (20), Tomkins (5) and Farnaby (24), Elizabethan keyboard music (MB 55--a companion volume to Caldwell's), and editions of such sources as the Mulliner Book (the volume that initiated the whole MB enterprise), along with two volumes (6 and 10) of Early English Church Music and John Ward's valuable edition of the Dublin Virginal
Manuscript (London: Schott, 3/1983), almost all the significant Tudor and Elizabethan keyboard repertory is now available in reliable modern texts that aim to satisfy the diverse--and all too infrequently overlapping--interests of the scholar and performer.
he occupied his time compiling the great manuscript, the Fitzwilliam Virginal
year of the family leaning too heavily on woman the night before 'mother's day' alone his treat wanting to take me gambling at the casino my own need to return to my home town new window frames for the house where i grew up empty no mother on 'mother's day' behind the town's public toilets a convolvulus vine family reunion cancelled again river bank where we were forbidden to play a public walk camp meeting tent hot air fills my lungs dark night vehicle sounds cross the distant wood-plank bridge autumn night tears overflow my thoughts white mums for mum's day when can i stop being virginal
year of the family being torn apart once more
Sexuality and Textuality in Victorian Literature, ed.
She marries Alsemero but, fearful of exposure, substitutes her virginal
servant Diaphanta in the bridal bed.
Apple blossoms signal the beginning of a grand love affair in Casablanca; football mums are a funereal faux pas in The Godfather; and if you're a virginal
but steely ingenue like the Winona Ryder character in The Age of Innocence, you'll be carrying lilies of the valley.