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- The term "**** radical" is often used interchangeably with the term "free lover". By whatever name, advocates had two strong beliefs: opposition to the...
- Look up lover or lovers in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Lover or lovers may refer to a person having a ****ual or romantic relationship with someone...
- Lover is the seventh studio album by the American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, released on August 23, 2019, by Republic Records. It is her first album...
- Lady Chatterley's Lover is the last novel by English author D. H. Lawrence, which was first published privately in 1928, in Italy, and in 1929, in France...
- also the implication that the mistress is sometimes "kept" – i.e., her lover is paying all or some of her living expenses. Historically the term "mistress"...
- called Extreme Wife for Channel 4. In the first programme, Dawn Porter: Free Lover (30 September 2008), Porter travelled to San Diego, California, to investigate...
- calling it "a m**** of stupid filth," and categorized its author as a filthy free lover. Griswold also suggested, in Latin, that Whitman was guilty of "that horrible...
- loverboy in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Loverboy is a Canadian rock band. Loverboy or Lover Boy may also refer to: Lover Boy (1975 film), an Italian...
- al v****ello, e d'accorto vorria ficcarme in porto [I would like, as a free lover, to help myself, and I desire in the sea of appetite to keep the ship's...
- Look up latin lover in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Latin lover is the stereotype of a p****ionate and attractive male of Southern Europe or Latin...