The duchess sex scene.

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The Duke begins reminiscing about the portrait sessions, then about the Duchess herself. Victorian-era critics almost unanimously cast their lots in with the supporters of the Duchess and Arbella. A non-committal catch-phrase reply to the questioning of one's recent activities, usually asked at a reunion. Vrb phrs.

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Rhyming slang on daisy roots.



See 'bent'.
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Also dreaded lurgi.



A term of address.
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Because he must keep it a secret, his sexual relationship with the Duchess seems more akin to adultery than it does to Holy Matrimony.



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Stunningly attractive.



A snack.
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Euphemism for defecation.



A sexual act involving 3 or more people, during which each person simultaneously has sex with the person beside them in the group, thus forming a chain.
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Of males, to have sex.
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Mid morning break.



It also forces the reader to question his or her own response to the subject portrayed and the method of its portrayal.






Widows were allowed to enter into legally binding contracts, could bring a suit before a court, and were not subject to any male's personal authority.



Upon closer examination it becomes clear that the plight of the Duchess mirrors at least two real life cases.






Gay use.



She had A heart—how shall I say?






Many critics who study the Jacobean period assume that audiences would have soundly condemned the Duchess for marrying below kannada sex stories in english station, yet after reading of the widespread support for Arbella Stuart and William Seymour, this assumption falls apart.



Under the system of coverture, women were governed by their closest male relative, usually their father or husband.






Greyhound racing.



An alleyway.