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  • 161Obscénité — L obscénité est ce qui blesse ouvertement la pudeur, le bon goût. Il peut s agir de paroles, d actions, d images, d objets. Ce terme est fréquemment employé pour désigner ce qui porte atteinte à la pudeur dans le domaine de la sexualité, bien que …

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  • 162SikTh — Pays d’origine  Royaume Uni Genre musical Progressive metal mathcore Années d activité …

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  • 163List of words having different meanings in British and American English: A–L — Differences between American and British English American English …

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  • 164Nanotek — performing in Wellington, New Zealand 2007. Background information Birth name Mark Christianson …

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  • 165Section 63 of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 — Violent pornography redirects here. For the System of a Down song, see Mezmerize (album). Sex and the law Social issues Age of consent · …

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  • 166cochonnerie — [ kɔʃɔnri ] n. f. • fin XVIIe; de cochon 1 ♦ Fam. et vieilli Malpropreté. 2 ♦ Chose sale ou mal faite, cochonnée. ♢ Chose sans valeur. Il ne vend que des cochonneries. ⇒ saloperie. Collect. C est de la cochonnerie. ⇒ pacotille, 2. toc (cf …

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  • 167ordurier — ordurier, ière [ ɔrdyrje, jɛr ] adj. • 1716; n. m. 1680 « boîte à ordures »; de ordure ♦ (Personnes) Qui dit ou écrit des choses sales, obscènes. « des gens très orduriers » (Proust ). ⇒ grossier. ♢ (Choses) Qui contient des ordures, des… …

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  • 168priapée — [ prijape ] n. f. • 1509; lat. priapeium (metrum); gr. priapeion (metron); de Priape dieu des jardins 1 ♦ Antiq. Chant, fête en l honneur de Priape. 2 ♦ Littér. Poème, peinture, scène ou spectacle obscène. « Le latin seul peut exposer des… …

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  • 169saleté — [ salte ] n. f. • 1511; de sale 1 ♦ Caractère de ce qui est sale (1o). ⇒ malpropreté. Saleté des habits, du corps. Saleté repoussante. « La salle était d une saleté noire, le carreau et les murs tachés de graisse, le buffet et la table poissés de …

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  • 170modernity —    by Ryan Bishop   Although Baudrillard is often associated with postmodernity, his writings, just as postmodernity itself, have been forged in the intellectual, political and aesthetic fire of Modernity. Modernity remains operative within a… …

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  • 171obscenity — The character or quality of being obscene; conduct tending to corrupt the public morals by its indecency or lewdness. Material is obscene if, considered as a whole, its predominant appeal is to prurient interest, that is, a shameful or morbid… …

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  • 172fuck — I. verb Etymology: akin to Dutch fokken to breed (cattle), Swedish dialect fókka to copulate Date: circa 1503 intransitive verb 1. usually obscene copulate 2. usually vulgar mess 3 used with with …

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  • 173Paul Reubens — Infobox actor caption = Reubens as Pee wee Herman at the 1988 Academy Awards birthname = Paul Rubenfeld birthdate = birth date and age|1952|08|27 birthplace = city state|Peekskill|New York, U.S. othername = Pee wee Herman website =… …

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  • 174William S. Burroughs — Infobox Writer name = William S. Burroughs caption=William S. Burroughs at his 69th birthday in 1983. birthdate = birth date|1914|2|5 birthplace = St. Louis, Missouri deathdate = death date and age|1997|8|2|1914|2|5 deathplace = Lawrence, Kansas… …

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  • 175Walt Whitman — Infobox Writer name = Walt Whitman caption = Walt Whitman, 1887 birthdate = birth date|1819|5|31 birthplace = West Hills, Town of Huntington, Long Island, New York deathdate = death date and age|1892|3|26|1819|5|31 deathplace = Camden, New… …

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  • 176Limerick (poetry) — A limerick is a five line poem with a strict form, originally popularized in English by Edward Lear. Limericks are frequently witty or humorous, and sometimes obscene with humorous intent.The following example of a limerick is of anonymous origin …

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  • 177Video nasty — was a term coined in the United Kingdom in the 1980s that originally applied to a number of films distributed on video cassette that were criticised for their violent content by elements in the press and commentators such as Mary Whitehouse.… …

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  • 178Seven dirty words — The seven dirty words are seven English language words that comedian George Carlin listed in his monologue Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television, released in 1972 on his album Class Clown . At the time, the words were generally considered… …

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  • 179Pornography in Japan — Japanese pornography has some unique features which separate it from pornography in other cultures, especially Western pornography. The most common theme in Japanese porn are schoolgirls, who are sexually submissive and often bound. [ [http://www …

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  • 180Robert Mapplethorpe — Self Portrait, 1980 Born November 4, 1946(1946 11 04) Floral Park, New York …

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