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scatological

adjective Referring to scatology, see there.
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Although coprolalia is one of the characteristic symptoms of Tourette's, some studies have shown that this abnormality is not specific to the syndrome, which has been the subject of debate among some researchers, who feel that the scatological language exhibited by Mozart in his letters could merely represent a style of discourse and a manner of joking influenced by his family or the middle class to which he belonged, (2) and that it may not necessarily be attributable to a disease like Tourette's.
So, there's this guy named Alien and apparently he's got some sort of scatological fixation.
But his graphic scatological description of parents who allow their children to eat junk food is appalling.
Against a backdrop of tyre changes, daredevil overtaking manoeuvres and burnin' rubber, the screenwriters contrive a conventional tale of sporting triumph against the odds, souped-up with scatological visual and verbal humour that should rev the engines of anyone who enjoyed their earlier film.
If Molly Ivins is paid for writing her articles for The Progressive, I would like to suggest that she use part of it to buy herself a thesaurus so that she might find words to express herself that are not scatological.
While early church fathers warned against the dangers of lewd speech, Christian culture was more open toward the use of scatological language because the Bible itself contains a significant number of scatological references.
Then, it's only a matter of matching the DNA of a sidewalk pile to registration records to identify the scatological miscreant and let the fines hit the fan.
Then, it would be a matter of matching the DNA of a sidewalk pile to registration records to identify the scatological miscreant and let the frees hit the fan.
This is the more troubling because with the exception of appendices of two trial texts, quotes from the sources throughout the book are given only in English, so the unwilling reader must trust Garza's translations of a highly idiosyncratic sexual and scatological language.
This film, created by Penn Jillette (of Penn & Teller fame) and Paul Provenza, enlists the talents of more than 100 comedians to tell this highly scatological joke - and to explain why comedians love it so.
The following five chapters treat themes such as children, sacred and profane love, fame and public relations, licentious allusions, scatological double entendres, and the carnival themes such as the world upside down, before concluding with the representation of death, dying, and the Last Judgment in emblems.
Bruce trains her sights on soft-on-crime judges and jurors, obscene and scatological performance artists, foul-mouthed rappers, America-hating academics, and proponents of sex education.