(Spartan women were notoriously free with their favors.) Plutarch reports that Alcibiades "would say, in his vain way, he had not done this thing out of mere wantonness
or insult, nor to gratify a passion, but that his race might one day be kings over the Lacedaemonians." Later, when the Spartans, led by the properly resentful Agis, grew suspicious of Alcibiades, he went over to the Persian satrap Tissaphernes, whom he charmed out of his silken trousers.
When all is said and done, suffice to say that A Shattering of Silence is a scathing indictment of the wantonness
of colonial violence.
4, 2016) ("Under Alabama law, Plaintiffs' negligence and wantonness
claims are distinct from their AEMLD claim."); see Vesta Fire Ins.
The courtly lyrics and the male-voiced erotic song on folio 98r assert that women possess all the "pleasure" in heterosexual erotic relationships by cruelly holding men "in cure" [in their power], while the three female-voiced "songs of wantonness
" on folio 98v complicate this notion by vividly depicting various factors that constrain women's erotic agency: the threat of unplanned pregnancy, lack of reproductive choice, and sexual violence." Like the lyrics in the Maitland Quarto and the Devonshire Manuscript, the anthology's songs provide a nuanced example of how women's desires could be represented in premodern lyric.
In the same breath, Milton invokes the moral strength of true Christianity by upholding truth, rather than to succumb to the wantonness
of falsehood and voices his concern.
The gift of The Carousel of Desire exists in the vividness of its prose: in its hungry explorations of wantonness
unfettered, or in the bemused unpacking of the neuroses of those who feed off connection, but who never see far beyond themselves.
Culpable negligence is a course of conduct showing reckless disregard of human life, or of the safety of persons exposed to its dangerous effects, or such an entire want of care as to raise a presumption of a conscious indifference to consequences, or which shows wantonness
or recklessness, or a grossly careless disregard for the safety and welfare of the public, or such an indifference to the rights of others as is equivalent to an intentional violation of such rights.
With changing times, where women are encouraged to be more go-getting and career-oriented, it would be wrong to interpret their independence as a sign of wantonness
that could promote wicked thoughts among the opposite sex.
In this wantonness
, VHP, RSS and Bajrang Dal - extreme right Hindu factions colluded willingly.
The plaintiffs brought claims of negligence and wantonness
against Hasberry and Tri-County Trucking, along with claims of negligent entrustment and negligent supervision against Tri-County Trucking.
It was his misfortune to have been the son of an abandoned woman, and to have been bred in a home, which adultery and wantonness
Garcia goes one step beyond prior scholars who pointed out that it only applies to the faithful: he ties the statements of doctrine in the Torah, Bible, and Koran calling for the slaughter of nonbelievers to the wantonness
of groups of primates in killing members of other groups of their own species.