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chastity

Sexology An abstinence from unlawful sexual activity, either outside or inside marriage; total abstinence, celibacy. See Celibacy.
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In my opinion the Avro Lancaster was the finest fourengine heavy bomber aircraft of World War Two, myself and colleagues look forward to sharing our experiences of Operation Chastise and other missions where the Lanc was certainly put through her paces.
Because in law you are forbidden from striking another adult, and from physically chastising your pets, but somehow there is a loophole around the fact that you can physically chastise your child.
Speaking to the Independent, she said "Because in law you are forbidden from striking another adult, and from physically chastising your pets, but somehow there is a loophole around the fact that you can physically chastise your child.
One topic was how to engage the religious community rather than chastise them," said Moline.
Apparently missives created on KMOX/CBS company time are not firing offenses, as long as they chastise liberals--and the content reflects KMOX's right-wing side of the opinion spectrum.
They then chastise our article for saying effectively the same thing.
The authors fall into the same trap they chastise others for: proposing singular solutions to multifaceted problems.
THINK AGAIN's web site comments on this piece: "The media continues to interrogate single parents, chastise unwed teens, and question whether gays and lesbians should marry.
I've also learned never to chastise anyone in front of other people -- you don't hurt them anywhere near as much as you hurt yourself.