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|Marriage. Marriage may often be a stormy lake, but celibacy is almost always a |
muddy horse pond. —Thomas Love Peacock In the opinion of the world,
marriage ends all, as it does in a comedy. The truth is precisely the opposite: It
|Old House Books. 'Marriage may often be a stormy lake, but celibacy is almost |
always a muddy horse pond.' THOMASLOVE PEACOCK, MELINCOURT, 1817 '
Marriage resembles a pair of shears, so joined that they.
|Michele Brown. Is there any greater or keener pleasure than physical love? No, |
nor any which is more unreasonable. Marriage may often be a stormy lake, but
celibacy is almost always a muddy horse- pond. Thomas Love Peacock You
|We should avoid doing things that we know will cause our spouse to be |
uncomfortable. ; Quote: Marriage may often be a stormy lake, but celibacy is
almost always a muddy horse pond – Thomas Love Peacock 5. Show Affection –
A pat on the ...
|Chastity and Celibacy William Shakespeare The Merry Wives of More than 100 |
million acts of Sexual Windsor (1599) ... Shelley Queen Mab (1813) Marriage
may often be a stormy lake, but celibacy is almost always a muddy horse-pond.
|Helen Exley, Bill Stott. "Marriage may often be a stormy lake, but celibacy is |
almost always a muddy horse-pond." THOMAS LOVE PEACOCK "Marriage is the
deep, deep peace of the double- bed after the hurly burly of the chaise longue.
Ariel - 1992 - No preview
|A thought-provoking look at celibacy traces the history of the phenomenon through the ages, from ancient times to the present day, and profiles many avowed celibates, including Joan of Arc, Sir Isaac Newton, and other notables.|
|Featuring a new introduction by Sue Hubbell, a groundbreaking environmental resource presents a fascinating foray into the sea--a watery world brimming with life--and the extraordinary world that exists at the boundary of land and water.|