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about prison life, or indeed some of the bawdier punning parts of
In "Kooza," though, they are bawdier and more verbal than in the past.
Add a bawdy commoner appropriately named Mistress Quickly, played with earthy humor by Danette Lamson, and a gender-switched Host of the Garter, played with even earthier, bawdier delight by Sarah Cassady, and the result is four very strong women's roles and performances.
Sculptor - cams bawdier Jason Taylor set up the gallery two years ago to celebratelocal culture, and help regenerate the coralreef damaged by Hurricane Ivan in 2004.
Jack Black and others in scenes that are bawdier than a Judd Apatow effusion.
Second, when it came time to expand the market for her stories to include children, d'Aulnoy's courtly Frenchness became a gloss on the bawdier and the plainer tellers in British lore.
On Sunday, the Golden Globes ceremony - traditionally a looser (read booze-fueled), bawdier harbinger of the Oscars - was replaced with a press conference announcing the winners.
She documents Woolf's efforts to shed her prudishness, for example, with her bawdier sister's boyfriend, comparing writing, in a letter to Duncan Grant, to going to the toilet
It is very likely that the anonymous Brussels manuscript illuminator borrowed the outlines of his scene from the Swabian woodcut or another Continental print and, dropping the bawdier details, adapted it ingeniously to his pharmaceutical subject, much as the Catherine of Cleves artist reshaped a version of the peddler-and-apes story for his bas-de-page.
Then came the Carry Ons featuring a bawdier, style of humour.
At the same time, there is an element of 'flyting' in them: the desire (to be found in the shepherds of Theocritus' pseudopastoral) to cap clever with cleverer, wit with wittier, bawdy with bawdier.
If his bawdier side upsets you, maybe your rosy view of yourselves as a couple is based on wishful thinking.