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harem

A collection of sexual partners who are available for use by only one person.
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After she escapes from the seraglio and takes a fourth lover, the Arab Amar, who's as comforting as Belqassim had been disturbing, she begs Amar to save her.
But James Robinson's stylish 1997 production of The Abduction from the Seraglio, now acquired by Welsh National Opera, looks fantastic.
The kids love him," says Wynne, who is currently singing the role of Pedrillo in WNO's The Abduction From The Seraglio at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff.
Cross-references in lists of titles (from browsing or searching) are not distinguished from title entries, so that one must click through to the entry for Abduction from the Seraglio to see that it is a cross-reference to Entfuhrung aus dem Serail.
Richard Newland produced Dune Raider, ridden by Tony McCoy to win the 3m1f handicap chase, carrying the colours of the trainer's father, Prof David Newland, while Seraglio did the business for Jonathan Jay in the bumper.
A group of 20 pupils at the Bradley Bar high school were visited by professionals from Opera North for a workshop on Mozart's opera Abduction From The Seraglio.
But Allan, 28, who sings in Mozart's The Abduction from the Seraglio at Newcastle's Theatre Royal in a new Opera North production next Tuesday and Friday, is relieved to find the role of Belmonte to be one in which a tenor can hold his head up high - more as a warrior than a wimp.
The manner in which Bets visualises the group's life in the seraglio (already a rather pretentious name for Loe-wie's shelter) (pp.
also called Sham Doaniyas, or Shan interpreters, are said to have been a section of the Shans at Mung Kang which supplied eunuchs to the royal seraglio, and to have emigrated to Assam to avoid the punishment to which, for some reason, they have been condemned.
The fiery-red lighting suggests a seraglio of the underworld, while the cacophony of sounds--snippets of rock music, a jackhammer, an ambulance siren--is discomfiting.
He also looked after the strange coterie of live-in dependents, which he once humorously referred to as "his seraglio," consisting of blind Mrs.
Many critics of Montagu focused on Montagu's presumed lesbianism or licentious description of the seraglio.