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  • sadism As the albums title implies, the tracks touch upon various sexually-related topics, including sadism and masochism ("Rough Sex"), breast size ("I Must Increase My Bust"), sex with aliens ("Spacy Bitch") and oral and anal sex ("I Sit on Acid", whose entire
  • stadium Splendid temples were built to him in lovely and healthy places, usually on a hill or near a spring; they were visited by the sick, and the priests of the temples not only attended to the worship of AEsculapius, but took pains to acquire knowledge of the healing art. The chief temple was at Epidaurus, and here the patients were well provided with amusements, for close to the temple was a theatre capable of seating 12,000 people, and a stadium built to accommodate 20,000 spectators. Smokin At The Atrium Its all Hell I'm Still Makin Plays Right By The Stadium We Look Like A Gymnasium – Georgia's Most Wanted by gucci mane
  • studious Enter that antechamber of birth where the studious are assembled and note their faces.
  • Studies He lived in his family, and, when he was not engaged in his studies, he was expected to make himself useful in various domestic ways, often learning the use of the saw in the wood yard.
  • Studios The studios of Mr. Crawford in those days were in the Piazza delle Terme, near the Baths of Diocletian.
  • studs Filled, with suppressed indignation he commenced to dress, getting out a shirt, hunting his evening studs , and lining up what he meant to say to Leslie over his defection.
  • steadiest The asking exposed him to the steadiest wind the civilized world is known to blow.
  • sturdiest Up to now he had been the sturdiest and merriest fellow.
  • stadiums ↑ "Canary Islands Stadiums ".
  • steadies A brass banner rod, seven inches long, also connects with this rod and, passing through an inch opening, is supported in the flame of an alcohol lamp and fastened on the opposite side by a tiny brass knob screwed on the protruding thread of the rod. A small pulley and weight steadies the motion of the lever.

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