extramarital


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extramarital

[-mer′itəl]
happening outside a marriage, such as an extramarital affair.
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Skin's Number 1 extramarital sex scene of all time goes to.
The FBI withheld the information that former director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) David Petraeus was having an extramarital affair and was exchanging emails that could have compromised national security until the re-election of President Barack Obama.
Not all single women who become involved in extramarital affairs do so knowingly, though.
12 ( ANI ): The Director of National Intelligence James Clapper urged CIA Director David Petraeus to resign after being notified by the FBI of his involvement in an extramarital affair, US officials have confirmed.
My own extramarital liaison provides the backdrop for the betrayals that fill the pages of this book," reveals Shader Smith.
Kimuna SR and Djamba YK, Wealth and extramarital sex among men in Zambia, International Family Planning Perspectives, 2005, 31(2): 83-89.
The idea is that 11 years after their comparatively useful extramarital dalliance ends, Melinda and Adam are convinced that they were made for each other and they are living a lie with the wrong partners.
John Conyers, the ranking Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, opines that "Even worse than an extramarital relationship is the use of federal prosecutors and federal agents to expose an extramarital relationship.
Eighty-four percent of Americans tell pollsters that they believe extramarital sex is wrong.
Mormon beliefs proscribe extramarital sex and cigarette smoking, two known risk factors for cervical cancer.
Marriage was given a firmer base by a stronger control over all 'whoredom', all extramarital sexuality.
If at first Onyx seems a bit flip with regard to Jesse's predicament the dying man seems to take his illness and Ray's active extramarital sex life in stride--this lush novel deepens as Jesse registers AIDS double assault against him: After surviving many familial and social obstacles, Jesse must accept not only his own imminent death but also Ray's ambitious sexual journey and future life without him.