Angustias lets her and her boyfriend go after learning that the woman is pregnant but she has to be corporally
Baudelaire brings himself corporally
into the poem by identifying with the mendiante's ailing body while drawing attention to his non-robust physicality.
not be subdued, corporally
punished or otherwise humiliated.
Since that time, the school has been guided by the Vincentian charism to honor Christ "as the source and model of all charity, serving Him corporally
and spiritually in the person of the poor" (Congregation of the Mission, 2004, p.
Zwingli, be asserts, abandoned the traditional use eucharistic theology made of Christology; that is, that Christ dwells naturally and corporally
in us and we in him.
Prior to reforms in the nineteenth century, laws in England and the United States gave husbands the right to "chastise," or corporally
punish, their wives.
A tiered system of sex offender notification and registration purports to gauge the probability of reoffense (actuarial) and to relieve government agencies of invasive regulatory and rehabilitative techniques in favor of a seemingly more hands-off monitoring and deterrent approach (neoliberal); it also aims in its manifest purpose at preserving public health and safety rather than corporally
or capitally punishing individuals (biopolitical).