What they say Mouse Morris, trainer of First Lieutenant and Ravished
First Lieutenant's form is an open book.
His eyes revealed a man who was always ravished
with her love.
What she didn't reveal is that for the last four years she has been ravished
by a lot of other people in a series of lesbian and X-rated movies.
Who, having once seen Ontani's photographic portrayal of Leda being ravished
by the swan in one of the 24 Ore (24 Hours), 1975, or as the mother wolf (a transformation effected by just a skin draped over the crouching artist's back) preparing to give suck to a multiracial Romulus and Remus in Lapsus Lupus, 1992, could forget them?
On the other side of the hotel is the terrace, from which you look west over the Nile to sunset on the Theban mountains, into the crumbling parched slopes of which the Pharaohs tunnelled their secret but almost always ravished
She well understands the dramatic function of his Act II monologue on the ravished
Lavinia: in describing her condition at length, Marcus is not demonstrating indifference to her suffering, but, rather, directing and heightening reader or audience empathy for her.
Whatever your chosen medium for the thrill of being ravished
by a creature who manages to embody life, death, and couture, author Miller notes that "it's a personal taste thing--just like pornography.
But while Getz ended his career in majestic style, Baker was a ravished
shadow of his former self, relying on personality to make up for lost chops.
She became mother of Theseus by Aegeus or by Poseidon, who had ravished
her in Troezen.
When Sextus, son of Tarquinius Superbus, ravished
Lucretia, Brutus cast off his feigned simple - mindedness and swore vengeance; he led the insurrection which expelled the Tarquins from Rome and changed the magistracy of kings to that of consuls.