muckiness


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muckiness

[ˈmʌkɪnɪs] Nsuciedad f
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muckiness

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muckiness

[ˈmʌkɪnɪs] n (see adj) → fangosità, sporcizia
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In the oped praising Madonna, Paglia also approved of MTV for censoring one of her more salacious videos: "Parents cannot possibly control television." In discussing the ways in which sex education misleads boys and girls about gender difference and sex educators resist abstinence-only lessons, Paglia remarks, "But perhaps a bit more self-preserving fear and shame might be helpful in today's hedonistic, media-saturated environment." In Sexual Personae, in the midst of detailing the fecund muckiness of nature, Paglia acknowledges, "Happy are those periods when marriage and religion are strong."
Untrimmed hair surrounding the eyes can cause muckiness which the groomer can sort out.