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harem

A collection of sexual partners who are available for use by only one person.
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After this more or less introductory material, chapter six catalogues the Chief Eunuchs of the Ottoman harem, from (Habeshi) Mehmed Agha (term 1574--1590) to Fahreddin Agha (term April to May 1909).
But as everybody who listened to radio back in the 90's would know, Harem Scarem is all about those two hits.
Le projet reunit du cote marocain Malika Agueznay, Maoual Bouchaib, Youssef ELKahfai, Chafik Ezzoughari, Habib Harem, Tibari Kantour et Bakay Saad Tazi.
Later in 2012, for the Harem Revisited series, Essaydi created dresses for her models and drapes for the background from vintage textiles, loaned to her by the Nour and Boubker Temli collection.
Outlining his view that the EU was responsible for Wales' steel crisis, Mr Hamilton said: "[This] actually makes the First Minister wholly impotent, which I suppose the members of his harem may be rather satisfied with."
Bypassing the most frequently discussed French nineteenth-century Orientalists, Guegan considers Essaydi's works in relation to depictions of the harem by Henriette Browne and John Frederick Lewis.
The script is based on the life of Ottoman Sultan SE-leyman the Magnificent, the longest reigning Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, and the slave girl Harem Al Sultan, who became his wife.
Where's the fire department and Cappy Smart?" All this, and much, very much, more was heard on Eighth avenue shortly before noon yesterday, when one of the chorus girls--beg pardon, chorus ladies--with "The Kissing Girl" Company appeared on the street dressed in a real dyed-in-the-wood, much heralded "harem skirt."
BIRMINGHAM'S new Lord Mayor doesn't have a Lady Mayoress - he has a harem!
A vibrantly colored Picasso painting of a harem of women in Algiers became the highest selling painting ever at auction.
finds me with his hind legs in harem pants of pollen.
"The super-patriotic MEP also tried to project her bravery in the interview, declaring that she would rather 'do the dance of Zalongo (commit suicide) than join the harem of Ali Pasha'.