27) Other labels include "scandalous apologies," "sordid and overdrawn autobiographies," "amorous confessions," "vies scandaleuses" "sentimental history," "nonreligious confession," "lives-and-amours," "rather frigidly
sentimental chronicles of erotic adventures," "confessions," and "vies amoreuses.
He concludes by claiming that the penitence for those guilty of carnal misdemeanours will be to eat meat every day in a glorious prolonging of the carnival spirit, living out the afterlife in Heavenly promiscuity, whilst those who abstain will suffer the torments of a frigidly
Walters writes that people "indirectly approach the frigidly
austere deity by representing it in images and terms to which they can more easily relate.
Halberstam writes that in college Jordan frigidly
refused to speak to an assistant coach who had beaten him repeatedly in pool and even cheated at golf.
White ice reflects sunlight and heat, keeping the Arctic frigidly
cold, a phenomenon called the albedo effect.
Temperatures range from extremely hot 54,000 [degrees] F (30,000 [degrees] C) at its core to frigidly
cold -238 [degrees] F (150 [degrees] C) in its outer cloud layers,
She replied, frigidly
, "Because when you grow up you'll get married.
the company of Japanese stood out conspicuously with their shoulders frigidly
hunched, cameras dangling from their necks, and the Japan Airlines bags with their distinctive crane designs.
That case is well known," he responds frigidly
, contriving to give the impression that such a concession makes no difference to his original pronouncement.
But the comedic relief, unfortunately, wasn't quite enough to make soldiers forget that their increased presence in the frigidly
cold Arctic also increased the requirement for equipment that could withstand and operate successfully in extreme environments.