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    1. Moreover, he shows his interest in me, he makes a kind compliment about my appearance, he accosts me without getting pushy, ridiculous or vulgar

    2. Porcelain fruit leaves scattered in the basket with careless abandon served to highlight the rich and vulgar colours

    3. “Notoriously, I should think, by your tone and vulgar language,” retorted Mandy, then she sniffed and wrinkled her nose as if catching whiff of an offensive odor and pushed past him without a backward glance

    4. ”And what a vulgar price to pay for a dal that my mom cooks

    5. It is the means the most vulgar and the most obvious; and the most likely way of augmenting their fortune, is to save and accumulate some part of what they acquire, either regularly and annually, or upon some extraordinary occasion

    6. ordeal, never at a loss for vulgar observations

    7. But as the law for the encouragement of coinage derives its origin from those vulgar prejudices which have been introduced by the mercantile system, I judged it more proper to reserve them for this chapter

    8. The rest were mere objects of vulgar wonder and curiosity ; some reeds of an extraordinary size, some birds of a very beautiful plumage, and some stuffed skins of the huge alligator and manati ; all of which were preceded by six or seven of the wretched natives, whose singular colour and appearance added greatly to the novelty of the show

    9. She was so fixated with Raven, feeling irritation prickle within her every time Millicent’s vulgar form flitted across her vision

    10. It felt completely out of place in the Centron, and the slightly bobbing form of the Prosops inside struck Hilderich as almost vulgar

    11. I find the human form so exceptionally vulgar and so thoroughly imperfect that I relish every minute of the sensations it imparts

    12. Alec Davis, in her silk dress and beplumed bonnet, and kid gloves and gold chain looked the vulgar, coarse-souled woman she was

    13. He could never conceive or utter the vulgar, ribald insults of which Dan Reese had unlimited command

    14. As an undertaker, would you be able to do this, day in and day out, explain this vulgar despicable process over and over to all the grieving relatives, being interrogated by every relative every day?

    15. The big question is, will Dr Burger and his theologically educated colleagues also promote this vulgar method of disposal of the dead when it starts to take off? They will have to, because they already declared it doesn’t matter what the condition of the remains, you will be in heaven

    16. More vulgar people, people with personality is less

    17. Vulgar as an a person's inner corrosion cavities, vulgar like a poplar tree, though there is life, but a lack of ideas

    18. vulgar time, as an impossible sequence of nows, indexes nothing more than the flux of my

    19. My fax, in Dino’s words, was "terse,” but neither vulgar nor threatening

    20. No! Dorian was charming but with the vulgar delight granted by the learned gestures, that for fictitious, they are proclaiming to the screams its falsity and discrediting the one who carries them

    21. A name that’s daring, yet not vulgar

    22. NB// pen in the belly button always gets a laugh but be prepared for vulgar gestures from

    23. 'There is nothing here to harm you, vulgar superstition to the contrary

    24. (This victim was vulgar and carefree with words

    25. ” Paul said making the last word sound vulgar

    26. Ellington transformed race music – the uncultured and vulgar – to the music of the decade in the 1920s

    27. Remember the fart bomb that was so vulgar in smell

    28. Heracles understood with disgust and horror that he had just been sold like a vulgar object by the villagers to the armed men

    29. Deciding that the thoughts were too vulgar and repulsive to consider any further, Feltus cleared his mind so that he would be astute in his observations of the area that he approached with caution

    30. never watch another movie again for the rest of your life, you tasteless, vulgar, narrow-minded, piece of shit! Four stars

    31. Walker was, of course, his same old vulgar self

    32. Rose had declared all watches (and devices on which time could be measured) to be “an unnecessary and vulgar constraint on the flow of life

    33. They were a tough bunch—loud, vulgar,

    34. Along with being cared for constantly, she also would speak some of the most vulgar words that man or beast had ever heard, which was not like her at all, she had been a kind lady

    35. One of the two original customers of the inn, a rough and vulgar man named Gawen, laughed out loud on hearing her

    36. I heard such a vulgar stuff for the first time

    37. There was more collective laugh at that remark, followed by a string of rather vulgar jokes about the power of infidel women to pervert believers

    38. It’s so vulgar

    39. Certain values that might have meant a lot for our ancestors in bygone days might be regarded out now as being silly or useless for us presently, whilst whatever we might consider now as being serious or vulnerable could have been seen as vulgar or even insulting many a moons ago

    40. When it is looked upon as vulgar, it will cease to be popular

    41. that were less vulgar

    42. this but it was very vulgar

    43. His words about women is but vulgar and full with disrespect in uncultivated manners, coming from a very religious man claiming to speak God’s word

    44. men with demoniacal nature and the vulgar regard and address him as a

    45. how vulgar the heart that perpetuates, encourages, sponsors addiction to competition with and profiting from in a world cruel with need, starvation, and elimination of the losing class

    46. They will then become subjected to wretchedness, and acquire their morals and vulgar manners from the street

    47. These matters are confirmed by psychology and can never be denied, for how could our master Mohammad (cpth) not feel aggrieved, since Al’lah the Almighty says: “Then, you may wish to conceal some of that which has been inspired for you…”: he did not want to inform them of some of the noble verses, for they were still ignorant about Al’lah and vulgar; “…feeling aggrieved with announcing it (to them)”: i

    48. The church often criticised them for playing to vulgar tastes

    49. The bride would giggle in a shy manner, finding it difficult to ask such vulgar question before a large crowd, who by then, waited in admiration and anticipation of the manner she would put forth her rhetorical but difficult question

    50. When I am contented, and everything is just as I like it, I can philosophize beautifully, and do it with a hearty sincerity that convinces both myself and the person listening to me; but when the bad days come, the empty days, the disappointing, chilly days, behold Philosophy, that serene and dignified companion so long as the weather was fine, clutching her academic skirts hastily together and indulging in the form of rapid retreat known to the vulgar and the graphic ass kedaddling

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    crude earthy gross vulgar common vernacular plebeian unwashed coarse rough-cut uncouth rough unrefined rude impolite boorish ignoble indecent tasteless ribald base nasty odious ordinary colloquial familiar popular