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Hitherto each individual desire, aroused by suffering or privation, such as hunger, fatigue, thirst, had been satisfied by some bodily function giving pleasure.
She had a genteel refinement which shuddered at the facts of life, she looked upon the bodily functions as indecent, she had all sorts of euphemisms for common objects, she always chose an elaborate word as more becoming than a simple one: the brutality of these men was like a whip on her thin white shoulders, and she shuddered with voluptuous pain.
Following the accident, Harris claimed that he had suffered back injuries and a specific bodily function was impaired.
Research indicates that despite exercise, a person's daily movement is a major indicator of their bodily function, according to a study published in the March issue of AJPH.
It cancels out those days when I've been writing those bodily function jokes," he says.
This book explores all aspects of this bodily function.
Eleven American academic--including six contributors new to this edition--contribute 43 chapters to an updated medical education textbook which uses an organ system-based approach to describe all of the mechanisms that control and regulate bodily function.
Cooper's earnest, easy prose about her experience of losing some bodily function really leaves its impression on the reader.
serious physical injury, such as organ failure, impairment of bodily function, or even death" could be legally considered torture, Bybee decreed.
Magnesium plays a role in the bodily function that regulates sleep.
All the while, cops dealing with narcotics were waiting for his bodily function to take due course, reports the Sun.
MATTER OF FACT: Deal with sex as you would any bodily function in a matter-of-fact way.