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And no one says this or that programme is too working-class or upper-class" Veteran actress June Whitfield, below, after the BBC Trust said too much of the Corporation's output was middle-class "I lost my virginity so late that when it finally happened I wasn't so much as deflowered as deadheaded" Comedian Holly Walsh at the Edinburgh Festival "My husband, like boxing-trainerturned-lady Frank Maloney/Kellie knows how it feels to be trapped in the wrong body.
All I offer is my research on sex stuff I gathered from the ranks of the deaf, the blind, the lame, and of young, active deflowered girls.
Posh boy JP, Jack Whitehall, proved there is much more to him than appearing on panel shows, while our own Greg McHugh shone as deflowered virgin and proud geek Howard.
The fortuitous election of a young new mayor, Matteo Renzi, who made the replanting of a deflowered Florence a key metaphor of his campaign, is likewise bad news for the tour operators, whose coaches have now been exiled to the outskirts.
With the help of M'Lady (Milla Jovovich), D'Artagnan and the Musketeers learn of a plot masterminded by Cardinal Richelieu (Christoph Waltz) to impugn the Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom) by planting evidence to suggest that the nobleman has deflowered the Queen.
With the help of M'Lady (Milla Jovovich), D'Artagnan and the Musketeers learn of a plot masterminded by Cardinal Richelieu (Christoph Waltz) to impune the Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom) by planting evidence to suggest that the nobleman has deflowered the Queen.
This is not an easy task; in the process readers are necessarily "deflowered," to use one of Barnes's reoccurring words, and stuck in a liminal space somewhere between knowledge and innocence (168).
Big House deflowered The Primrose in a 2-1 success that saw Guy Anderson and Jamie Quinn on target.
Formed in San Francisco in 1991, Pansy Division may not actually have been "the first openly gay pop-punk band," as the cover of this book declares, but they certainly were the first to emerge out of the burgeoning "queercore" scene (itself emerging out of an anarchist milieu) and garner substantial national attention and success, particularly following the release of their second album, Deflowered, in 1994.
"Whereupon the holy Man, in the fear of the Lord, deflowered her, and for some time repeated the Practice until he had, by Pregnancy, put her in the Way to receive the Lord Jesus."
de Cespedes to perform this act in the context of charges by Sebastiana's lawyer, and house patron, that her boyfriend had "deflowered" "his ward." Contrary to her patron's opinion, Sebastiana defended her sexual conduct and passions.