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lust

A poetic (i.e., non-medical) term for intense sexual desire for another person or, less commonly, an object.
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Having begun his career as an apprentice, Mr Lusty has been instrumental in the launch of the group's Apprentice Academy and links being forged with local schools.
The charm of Lusty Beg isn't just the stunning scenery.
Then I realized that I'm amused by the Chiasmus (or Conceptual Spoonerism)--instead of the usual, hackneyed burning desire or Fiery Lust, the poem is hinting at Lusty Fire.
A few examples of what one might call "suggestive abstraction" provided short breaks in the lusty narrative but no relief from the show's insistent Pop beat: Paul Henry Ramirez's juicy blobs from the "Liquid Squeeze Series," 1996-98, dripped cartoonish drops, while Ruth Waldman's untitled work from 2004--a latticework of tender, multicolored living parts (testicles?
On August 30, 1996, the Lusty Lady Theater in San Francisco made history by becoming the only women-managed strip club in the United Sates to unionize successfully.
Young farmers in the Tanat Valley are staging a sheep wedding, where 200 ewes will be hoping to catch the eye of a lusty ram.
Pan, consumed with lusty thoughts and prone to the grand gesture, has the heart and spirit of an adolescent boy.
In the UK, nearly 9500 cars have been registered since the lusty little open- top first appeared in 1998 and the latest incarnation is due in showrooms here this summer.
As always, the live auction, emceed this year by Les McCurdy and Ken Sons, sparked lusty bidding, especially for the kids' creations, like the eighth-grade quilt, and two adorable kittens.
Texas-based sales and marketing specialist Crossmark has named Derek Wilson, former joint md of the John Lusty Group, as executive director for its UK operations.
Professor James Lusty, Senior Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Central Lancashire, will take up his post at the University of Wales College, Newport, next year, when his predecessor, Professor Ken Overshott, retires after 11 years.
Sponge and fruitcake manufacturer William Lusty have been taken over by Inter Link Foods.