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The cover of Rachel Stewart's The Town House in Georgian England is an elegant but closed front door; the cover of Amanda Vickery's Behind Closed Doors shows a frilled and furbelowed hostess welcoming a sensationally coiffed visitor to a tray of tea, while her husband eyes lasciviously the maid carrying it.
Khudoley immersed herself in the title role so completely that her final lurid ode to Jokanaan's bloody; severed head raised the eyebrows of even the most seasoned Salomite: singing effulgent praise to its red lips, she wrestled it to the floor and rubbed it lasciviously between her thighs.
Abigail, turning, was welcomed into the Holy Roman Church with loving lechery by the two Friars who, in a lewd distortion of the communion rite, lasciviously administered her vows and forced her to felate a wine bottle.
Here we have a master of the fable repeatedly pointing out the absurdity of such lore and how people lasciviously gobble it up with wanton abandon, like Akbar's devout subjects believing the mythical tales that envelop their ruler.
According to Mr Gove these publications paint a picture of women as being "permanently, lasciviously, uncomplicatedly available".
We are positioned behind an aspiring documentary filmmaker's lens as he captures the confessions of a murderous and sensuous coven, and comments lasciviously.
02 is the crime which occurs when "a man and a woman, not being married to each other, lewdly and lasciviously associate and cohabit together, or if any man or woman, married or unmarried, engages in open and gross lewdness and lascivious behavior.
It's with good reason, then, more and more assemblers are lasciviously eyeing ways to penetrate the alternative energy market.
His set had everything, including -- eat your heart out, Farrell -- four pole dancers who gyrated lasciviously throughout.
When Offred visits the doctor, he lasciviously comments on her body, remarking, "They are beautiful, your breasts.
Encouraging a considerably less natural approach was Playboy Beauty, which in February lent its iconic logo to an entirely new range, with lasciviously named products such as Pick Up liner, Mile High mascara and Calendar Girl lipstick.