Sade


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Sade

 (säd, săd), Comte Donatien Alphonse François de Known as "Marquis de Sade." 1740-1814.
French writer of novels, plays, and short stories characterized by a preoccupation with sexual violence.

Sade

(sɑːd)
n
(Biography) Comte Donatien Alphonse François de (dɔnasjɛ̃ alfɔ̃s frɑ̃swa də), known as the Marquis de Sade. 1740–1814, French soldier and writer, whose exposition of sexual perversion gave rise to the term sadism

Sade

(sɑd, sæd)

n.
Donatien Alphonse François, Comte de (Marquis de Sade), 1740–1814, French novelist: notorious for his tales of sexual gratification through the infliction of pain.
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Say, Sade, I made a date for dinner this evening with Piggy.
Obey, who said it was not the same Sade that he praised in one of his evergreen albums, added, however, that irrespective of whether the woman was the real Sade or not, people should come to her aid over her current predicament.
I don't know much about her but she is a true Icon and I'm unashamedly paying homage to her every time I put on my oversized Sade Jumper.
Apesar das diferencas de contextos, surpreendemo-nos entao com a convergencia de perspetivas, de esperancas e ate de estrategias para o desenvolvimento da atencao primaria a sade (APS) nos dois paises.
Sade claimed a friend of a friend had asked him to look after the drug for a short period of time in exchange for PS100.
As part of his transition, Sade, who managed approximately USD200 million in client assets at his prior firm, has affiliated with WWM as a newly formed, standalone independent practice, The Sade Group Private Wealth Management.
Unsurprisingly, the Marquis de Sade uses this room repeatedly in his works, going so far as to make it the centerpiece of one of his most popular stories, La Philosophic dans le boudoir [Philosophy in the Bedroom] (1795).
Sade has been prominent in the first two episodes of the programme, which focuses on people living in Chelmsley Wood.
Gerard Lheritier se enorgullece de haber anadido un nuevo capitulo a la extravagante epopeya del manuscrito de Las 120 jornadas de Sodoma del Marques de Sade, la obra mas radical y provocadora de toda la literatura francesa.
Lauren Hall, Elisha Jones, Kari Baker and Sade Baker came third in the 12 and under quartet final.
When I returned the car I asked a person if we needed to look it over, but he said don't worry and just to put the keys in a box," said Sade.
First published in 1951-52, this essay responds to Blanchot and Klossowski, who saw in Sade a defense of human singularity that Beauvoir must have found both appealing and disturbing.