In 1914 he speculated in a marginal comment in Schopenhauer's Werke that a man's jealousy toward a woman was needed to prevent her from fornicating
with lower life forms and thus dragging down the entire human race (see Pamela C.
Punishable offences in 18th-century Argyll included sheep-stealing, fornicating
on a Sunday, not going to church - and pretty much everything else.
Rev Martin Perry was stunned when furious Simon Waddington got up in front of the congregation and called him a fornicating
adulterer and a hypocrite.
Nevertheless, Michels's picture of Avvakum as a puritanical reformer rather than a liturgical pedant is quite credible: clearly the main issues for him were cleansing the church of corruption, ignorance, and such widespread popular customs as drinking, gambling, and fornicating
I'm sure everyone uses them only for flirting, dating, fornicating
Where I live, you can hear people fornicating
A FIRE and brimstone preacher (Matthew Macfadyan) returns to his home village in Northern Ireland (the Middletown of the title) shocked to find its inhabitants drinking, fornicating
and gambling - can't think why
Instead, we are now supposed to argue over what age is appropriate for children who are fornicating
to be able to walk into a convenience store and buy a powerful morning-after pill that will abort the consequences of their activities.
in a drug-and-alcohol stupor from a night fornicating
with other 20-something gay men.
Freely admitting to having spent a decade as a playboy and hellraiser, he has put his fornicating
and rabble-rousing to bed in favour of becoming a serious racehorse trainer.
The band played Autzen in the 1980s and 1990, but wasn't invited back in 1991 because unruly fans were defecating, urinating and even fornicating
on the grounds.
Savage points out that conservatives like William Bennett "are more concerned with how gay men might behave if we could get married" than with their married, heterosexual neighbors fornicating
right under their noses.