virginity

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vir·gin·i·ty

(vĭr-jin'i-tē),
The virgin state.
[L. virginitas]

virginity

Sexual naivté Never having engaged in sexual congress, intercourse; the classic finding in ♀virgins is an intact hymen. See Abstinence, Hymen.

vir·gin·i·ty

(vĭr-jin'i-tē)
The virgin state.
[L. virginitas]
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Here she claims that she was guided by a need for honor, later she says she wanted power, and earlier in the novel she located the origins of her decision to be a priestess in a negative sexual experience, the deflowering ritual.
Few seem to have had recourse to clandestine marriages before the 1750s; it was the work of a "galantuomo" who wished to avoid shaming the girl and her family by deflowering her first.
Stephanie Cole brings a marvellous magisterial gravitas to Edith, a moral victim whose only sexual experience was a fumbled deflowering at the hands of her sometime employer - a local doctor.
All three of them are into Net exposure - George with his live webchat and the two virgins who plan a live deflowering on Tuesday.
Loose as it is, the script does preserve all the essential plot details about deflowering virgins, betraying comrades, driving women to suicide and killing his best friend--all dynamic activities that Hawke pursues with an impish grin.
So, between bouts of shoplifting, violence - when a gang batters a guy senseless - and generally loutish behaviour, Telly plots the deflowering of the 13-year-old Darcy.
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Meanwhile, young Temelko (Maximilian Mauff) frantically tries to repair the pipe by himself, having been told his long-awaited deflowering of Aya (Kristyna Malerova) must take place during a current, short-term celestial alignment.
A summer-long phone romance leads to an eventual meeting with bottle-blonde cool guy Hiro (Haruma Miura) and quickly accelerates to Mika's deflowering.
She virtually directs her own deflowering at the hands of the malleable Chemo, later seeming far too regal for her hooking gig (details of which are spared).
Mina's daughter, Hala (Siham Assif), only 8 weeks old when her mother was arrested, is a permanently angry looker with a doll-clutching daughter of her own, Zinba (Rafiqua Belhaj), whose ritual deflowering is just around the corner.