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lust

A poetic (i.e., non-medical) term for intense sexual desire for another person or, less commonly, an object.
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In Search of Pure Lust is more than a meditation on queer identity.
At the Ralph Pucci exhibition, the burnished brass Oudjat--a genre-defying console-and-seat combination made of a single, continuous flow of metal--best represents the evolution of Lust's signature style.
A critical difference between love and lust lies in the temporal perspective.
The core themes of Love & Lust are heartbreak and infidelity--the stuff that tests the depth of our humanity and the limits of our compassion.
In addition to the work on the paperback edition of Summer Lust III: The Club Rhapsody, the contract includes a clause for Patricia's next book.
lust and can give attachment This phase signifies a lasting bond between the couple.
Today we are looking at the three phases of love: Lust, attraction and attachment WHEN we meet someone, research suggests it takes somewhere between 30 seconds and four minutes to decide whether we are attracted to them.
Lust. Laughter," an after-hours show with the theater's cast plus special guests.
The only reason we aren't all fat and stupid and lazy is because being fat and stupid and lazy leaves you vulnerable to being the object of someone else's lust for sex and violence."
Chloe Moretz, who was romantically linked to Brooklyn Beckham, 15, before being seen strolling hand-in-hand with her Brazilian pal Julian Moraes, 18, admits she falls in lust rather than love.
YEARN: TALES OF LUST AND LONGING provides a fine erotic follow-up to her prior novels and offers short stories that probe obsession and lust in various scenarios.
Shane Lust is also doubtful with an upper body injury suffered against Fife while Tristan Harper is serving a three-game ban.