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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «RIBALDLY» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «RIBALDLY»
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The Living Age
The pope was besought to negotiate a truce for him ; that pope of whom the
Florentines, who loved him not, sang so ribaldly, — Papa Martino Non vale un
quattrino — '• Pope Martin is not worth a farthing." And, thanks to Rome, a treaty
The Pope was besought to negotiate a truce for him; that Pope of whom the
Florentines, who loved him not, sang so ribaldly, Papa Martino Non vale un
quattrino— “ Pope Martin is not worth a f arthing. ' ' And, thanks to Rome, a treaty
was duly ...
David Masson, Sir George Grove, John Morley, 1893
A History of Siena
A troop of Spanish horse rode up to the Camollia Gate ; and one of them,
thrusting his sword through a crack in the door, ribaldly demanded admission in
the name of Hurtado de Mendoza.1 The death-struggle of Siena had commenced
Robert Langton Douglas, 1902
The American Law Review
... of a religious corporation were being ribaldly perverted as a trade mark for a
chain of drinking saloons, equity indeed should interpose, although the "property
right" is entirely unsusceptible of pecuniary valuation. Equity will not enjoin a ...
The Fortnightly Review
to move an eyebrow in order to incur suspicion of " neurosis," or " neurasthenia."
Moreover, it was incumbent on anti-Ibsenite criticism to show that it was not
merely illiterate — that its reactionism proceeded from superiority, not (as was
The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb: Letters, 1796-1834
Having married the daughter of a tailor — or so Mr. Fuller Russell states in his
account of a conversation with Lamb in Notes and Queries — he was in danger
of being ribaldly associated with Satan's matrimonial adventures in Lamb's ballad
Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb, Edward Verrall Lucas, 1913
Introduction to Law: Selected Readings on the Character and ...
If the motto or the pictorial insignia of a religious corporation were being ribaldly
perverted as a trade mark for a chain of drinking saloons, equity indeed should
interpose, although the "property right" is entirely unsusceptible of pecuniary ...
Isaiah Leo Sharfman, 1913
But visitors were expected to perform their ablutions at the labor-saving
apparatus in the corner — to which, all silver and marble as they were, Mrs.
Markham was wont to refer, ribaldly, as the sinks. "I could never have borne it,"
said Anne to ...
Agnes Castle, Egerton Castle, 1918
him or not. He didn't want their old love. But then he must have been speaking as
a man tired of great wealth. I should mention, perhaps, that the occasion was a
meeting of the Omar Khayyam Club; and Mr. Balfour roused some almost ribaldly
Howard Who?: Stories
One man dropped his breechclout and danced ribaldly with his buttocks toward
the fort. Then he held his ankles and hopped backwards down the hill toward the
firing. Many bullets began to hit around us. The second wave of soldiers would ...
Howard Waldrop, 2013
6 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «RIBALDLY»
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Karan Soni Stars in Paul Feig's 'Other Space' on Yahoo! Screen
The Hollywood Reporter says “This cosmic comedy boldly, and ribaldly, goes where no man has gone before.” Soni is best known for his role in the independent ... «India West, Apr 15»
'Other Space': TV Review
Other Space Still - H 2015. Courtesy of Yahoo! Screen. The Bottom Line. This cosmic comedy boldly, and ribaldly, goes where no man has gone before. Airtime. «Hollywood Reporter, Apr 15»
Sam Leith: All of a sudden, Scotland is one hell of a mess
She was funny and daring when she started out — talking ribaldly about sex when women weren't expected to — and then the world caught up with her and she ... «Evening Standard, Sep 14»
Syracuse Shakespeare Festival's 'Antony and Cleopatra' gives a …
In contrast, Tim Morgan is Mardian the eunuch, who can tease ribaldly back and forth with Cleopatra. Brian Pringle adroitly adds just an edge of comic pomposity ... «Syracuse.com, Feb 11»
Giselle: Radically, ribaldly revised
Giselle: Radically, ribaldly revised. Ballet fans tempted to Harbourfront Centre this week by a production bearing the iconic title Giselle are in for a rude although ... «Toronto Star, May 10»
The Pope and the Foreign Office: a colossal sense of humour failure
After each meeting I would circulate a report of the meeting within the Embassy, couched in the most ribaldly satirical terms; sadly, none of us were inclined to ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Apr 10»
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