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This unsated desire--induced at the very moment that television was flooding domestic space in an early wave of intimate virtuality--was characteristic of Acconci's pioneering performances and their exploration of changing performer-audience relations.
While the morphing of white elephants into cash cows has enriched the owners, unsated tourists have moved on, hunting for fresh sites.
Unsated by his fall and winter philandering, Mozart's libidinous Don Giovanni returned to the Metropolitan Opera in mid-April for a four-performance spring fling.
WASHINGTON: Deaf to pundits who think delusion, denial or unsated ambition are driving her sinking White House quest, Hillary Clinton is living out the lyrics of a campaign anthem, going "on and on and on and on.
His chapters on Verdi, while beautifully crafted, leave the reader unsated and cranky--he unfairly avoids solid arguments or conclusions in a collection that supposedly exists to make them.
s culture vultures remain unsated when it comes to digesting Wilson's work.
Even though he has gone to such extreme lengths to make the narrative of this evening coincide with the lifestyle narratives that have been presented to him, he is left feeling vacuous, his appetite unsated.
For the computer literate they have also thoughtfully provided a list of web sites for those whose appetite for information remains unsated.
Today when 'product' is lacking, when channel surfing leaves appetites unsated, when movies and pop music are often without value, when overplayed oldies testify to the Huizinga theory, in his Waning of the Middle Ages, about a late stage of civilization, only the kindest relativist could deny that cultural America is getting by on its past.
And let's hope his desire is still unsated by the time the Scots fly into the Icelandic capital next weekend for the crucial European qualifier.
And hadn't the church really been doing that all along, by valuing the sublimated creative energies of unsated lust?
The Still Ambitious ex-presidents are those whose appetites for power remained unsated even after serving in the nation's highest political office.
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