Love Affair


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Drug slang A regional term for cocaine
Vox populi An intimate sexual relationship or episode between lovers, usually understood to mean an extramarital relationship
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Defending his act, the girl's father Taufiq told ANI, "My girl was in love affair with a boy who had already gone to jail one-a-half years back for molesting a girl.
They are also getting involved in love affairs through Facebook and WhatsApp.
A more recent tale is that one of the upper-storey rooms is haunted by a man named Dick Garret, who hanged himself in the house after an unhappy love affair.
This intimate and comprehensive biography unfolds to tell of her life-long love affair with painting, not to mention her other love affairs and, most of all, her friendships.
It became one of Charles Dickens's best-known love stories, but Great Expectations was inspired by an illicit Tyneside love affair.
There's nothing in the world like the pain that accompanies the end of a great love affair.
Our love affair (and our government's love affair) with the property ladder means that, like Seaside, our housing stock doesn't function as housing either, and that exploiting its users is a source of personal (and national) wealth.
Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor for splitting the infinitive "to faithfully discharge," but not for her love affair with "International Law" and her reliance on opinions of courts in foreign lands for interpreting the Constitution of the United States.
Mixed Nuts: America's Love Affair With Comedy Teams From Burns And Allen to Belushi and Aykroyd isn't the typical biography of a single comedy act but an all-embracing set of memoirs of America's love affair with comedy teams as a whole, from Belushi and Aykroyd to Burns and Allen.
But like a human love affair, our love affair with the car unfolded step by step, from distant admiration to taken-for-granted familiarity.
The Color of Family is the tale of Antonia Jackson's obsessive desire to claim her nephew, born, she insists, of an illicit love affair between her now-deceased twin and his white lover in the 1950s.
He concludes: "We are called to settle for nothing less than a passionate love affair with God and with life, embracing God and the creation through which God shimmers, living madly in the fantasy that this universe is not purposeless, but that we are called toward the drama and pain of life and love lived to the fullest.