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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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Lusty thinks much can be done by aligning the algorithm at the point of code.
Mr Lusty added: "Our commitment to launch one new business or division every 12 to 18 months means we have a roadmap for continuing to grow the group."
Mr Lusty added: "Our commitment to launch one new business or division every 12 to 18 months means we have a roadmap for continuing to grow the Group's offering, allowing us to tap into new market sectors and customer bases while showcasing our ability to provide turnkey solutions.
Lipstick: If your girl wants to have kids, Lusty, you've got to honor chat.
Stanza 4 Shakespeare's Sonnet 153 is about lusty fire in a lover's eyes.
"It's a lusty song about how we've all got a wicked side to us and we kind of play upon it."
Paying tribute to Professor Lusty, Dr Peter Noyes, the University's vice-chancellor, said: "We were very sad to hear that James has passed away.
The public were warned to avoid the private Lusty Glaze Beach at Lamorna Cove, Cornwall.
Oram's make-ups since the Kenya game (in which he took only one catch for a tally of ten) have been 33 and 55 chiefly courtesy of some lusty blows
The mahogany-tanned presenter, 65, gets thousands of lusty letters each week from teens and pensioners.
Imagenes Flamencas, choreographed by principal dancer Antonio Hidalgo for the 15-member company of dancers and musicians, returns the audience from lusty tales of love to a collage highlighting the evolution of flamenco form to modern style.