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  • s  marked by the appetites and passions of the body
    fleshly desire

  • That he never landed was due to Daisy's baffled withdrawal to the fleshly, marital mainland.
  • Judging by the drawings found in pyramids, the Egyptian vision of Osiris' kingdom was as sensuous as Mohammed's fleshly dream of a Paradise filled with soft-eyed houris, serving .
  • Three is mountainous, its inhabitants refined almost beyond fleshly desires; they have become too snug and self-sufficient even to remember the denizens of Zone Four, a primitive .

  • Morrissey in Blackpool Gazette
    Morrissey said: "This, regrettably, is what has taken place with this most recent interview, which, it need hardly be said, bears no relation in print to the fleshly conversation that took place."
  • the Apostle Paul in theTrumpet.com
    The Apostle Peter called it war: "Dearly beloved, I beseech you as strangers and pilgrims, abstain from fleshly lusts, which war against the soul" (1 Peter 2:11).
  • Peter Gay in Los Angeles Times
    ...set wandering on literary modernism's most famous odyssey: Joyce, Gay writes, "gives Bloom a certain dignity and fundamental decency, an ability to confront life under inauspicious circumstances. Bloom is, in his fleshly way, one of...

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