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The tone and vocabulary of the next sentence remain those of low-key comedy: 'unfrocked the bear', 'amorous young Lithuanian noble', 'revolting peasant'.
With my delusions unfrocked and Post readers still clinging to theirs, the issue boiled down to just one question: what does an ombudsman or readers' advocate or people's advocate or people's editor do?
He encountered dozens of "experts, frocked and unfrocked, fairly bursting to discuss my psychological problems with me, but nary a one who knew anything at all about what was happening to my body."
Why should I, unfrocked, now hide, and then be impugned by the death they apprehend?
Nash, an unfrocked clergyman--a much-wronged man, and determined to be martyred as such.
Anatole arranged with an unfrocked priest to have a mock ceremony performed.
Traditionally it was performed by an unfrocked priest, with the nude body of a reclining woman as the altar.
Only first place for Carrie would have given us an unfrocked McCain, though he did have the good grace to have a bouquet of flowers delivered to the now retired Cheshire rider.
It's the comedy creation of Penarth-based female impersonator Ceri Dupree, who hosts his first TV show Ceri Dupree Unfrocked on Friday, October 26.
LILY SAVAGE has been unfrocked! The blonde bombsite has been sent packing and instead Paul O'Grady is stepping out of the shadow of his peroxide alter ego to front his own travel series.
He was unfrocked, jailed, banished first to Siberia and then to the Mongolian frontier, starved and tortured; but he refused to recant.
Female impersonator Ceri Dupree tonight welcomes Toyah Willcox to his show Ceri Dupree Unfrocked (HTV, 11.30pm) - the real thing, that is, not one of Ceri's "creations".