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LAST year, Spartacus: Blood and Sand was described as "possibly the lustiest, goriest, most wilfully red-blooded drama series the law and human decency will allow".
Last year, Spartacus: Blood And Sand was described as "possibly the lustiest, goriest, most wilfully redblooded drama series the law and human decency will allow".
WASPS v CARDIFF Sky Sports 1, 6pm THE Challenge Cup is all that fans in England and Wales have to cheer for and it could be the Welsh voices that are singing loudest and lustiest this evening, writes Graham Woods.
Other affairs are presented in the lives of the other founding fathers, with Alexander Hamilton coming off as the lustiest of six.
Mad scientist labors in his test-tube-packed laboratory for reasons never fully elucidated, but which would interest his psychoanalyst, to transform lovely things into gruesome monsters, but even his devoted hunchback retainer cannot save him from the wrath of the local villagers, led by the loveliest young thing's lustiest young man; and the picture ends in a crescendo of burning buildings, burning kisses and burning shrieks of the experimenter as he is devoured by his experiments.
Never, in its bloodiest prime, can the sight of the gigantic Colosseum, full and running over with the lustiest life, have moved one heart, as it must move all who look upon it now, a ruin.
It's the lustiest bunch of stiff upper lips -- or is that the primmest group of satyrs and sluts?
The lustiest cheers went to a pair of locals, tenor Marc Hervieux and soprano Marie-Josee Lord.
Following Tacitus, Montaigne links public eloquence with the dangerous fertility of the "terres oysives": "Eloquence flourished most at Rome when affairs were in the worst state and agitated by the storm of civil wars; as a free and untamed field bears the lustiest weeds" (222a) ("L'eloquence a fleury le plus a Rome, lors que les affaires ont este en plus mauvais estat, et que l'orage des guerres civiles les agitoit: comme un champ libre et indompte porte les herbes plus gaillardes" [306a]).