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corporal

(kôr′pər-əl, kôr′prəl)
adj.
Of or relating to the body.

cor′po·ral′i·ty (-pə-răl′ĭ-tē) n.
cor′po·ral·ly adv.

corporal

of the body
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This correspondence shows that respondents who reported having been corporally punished during their teen years are not a small and highly deviant subset of teenagers.
Basham has had guardian angels watching over him, corporally in the form of well-paid lawyers.
Biology, for example, may be one vector along which family status may be distinguished from the other guarantees in that the latter, may be conceptualized as corporally based whereas the former may not.
While spirituality strongly affects all the religious groups in Sudan, the Jonglei Canal case highlights the problems and difficulties of having a theocratic government in power which does not view every Sudanese as corporally or spiritually equal.
Infanticide might be punished by strangling or imprisonment, corporally, and exposure abortion "capitally" or "by imprisonment, corporal punishment, or banishment," depending on the verdict regarding intent.
Gardiner complains that Cranmer "hath diffamed as it were the termes carnally, and corporally, as termes of grosenes, to whom he vsed alwaies to put as an aduersatiue, the term spiritually, as thoughe carnally, and spiritually might not agre in one" (Explication, sig.
this oftentimes happeneth, but the greatest part perisheth in oblivion: some rising early in the morning, say, This night a wonderful dreame appeared to me, as that Mercury, or this or that Philosopher corporally appeared to me in a dreame, who taught me this or that Art; but it is fallen out of my memory .