bondage

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bondage

The use of physical restrains—e.g., ligatures, rope, etc.—as part of sexual activity, which is pleasurable to one or more partners.
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What guided the industrial development and the entrepreneurial spirit in this part of the country, may have been the limited possibilities for being competitive in agricultural production, and the fact that adscription, copyholding and villeinage were not very strongly enforced and present.
Pollock and Maitland note that villeinage was a type of unfree land tenure in which the tenant in villeinage might be either a serf or a free man.
See also PAUL VINOGRADOFF, VILLEINAGE IN ENGLAND 170-75 (1892).
Article 4, which asserted that `slavery shall be abolished', was revolutionary in a country where peasants had no rights and where villeinage still existed.
He examines demesnes, labor services, villeinage, crops, leases, home consumption, rents, natural resources, animal products, and many other matters in detail.