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ménage à trois

A sexual encounter or relationship between three people. Although exciting at first, the ménage à trois caused their relationship to suffer and ultimately end.
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Bien plus qu'un approfondissement de la terminologie, la construction de la figure 1 permet de mettre en place les bases du cadre conceptuel qui a soutenu notre recherche, en plus de preciser le role du menage comme centre decisionnel.
Moins un menage disposait de main-d'oeuvre, plus l'espace de zone intertidale travaille etait important, le processus d'occupation de la terre ne demandant pas beaucoup de travailleurs.
Alas unfortunately a substantial slice of Menage a Un's subject matter is unrepeatable in a family newspaper, burrowing gleefully as it does into the underbelly of sex, perversion and blasphemy - often all at the same time.
The publisher chosen was Henrik Wetstein of Amsterdam, and from 1683 onwards his outspoken and often colloquial letters to Menage provide a colourful counterpoint to the more decorous correspondence passing between Paris and Utrecht.
STAGE STRUCK: The cast (from left) Tom Marriott as Orlando, Rachael Crewe as Audrey, Chris Elvidge as William, Phil Hawkins as Touchstone and Nicky Menage as Celia.
The narrator in Une femme de menage, endowed with a twentieth-century Cartesian mind, is forever thinking, rationalizing, and weighing one possibility against another, in a humdrum existence that centers on his wants, comforts, and obsessive need for order.
Their closeness and rivalry provide one of the movie's emotional threads, at one point resulting in a messy menage a trois among Jackie, Hilary, and Hilary's husband.
After she drifts offstage, drowned out by Vejvoda's charged sound track, her colleagues engage in an orgasmic menage a cinq, bringing an end to the first tableau.
If a woman has a menage a trois with her husband and his clone, has she violated her wedding vows?
Shelley renames her Emily and imagines her living in an ideal menage a trois with him and his wife; eventually, he and Emily would live perfect lives on an island paradise.
Once one can rationalize each trick into an instance of monogamy -- excepting the occasional menage a trois -- perhaps meaning will emerge.
Increasingly common as menage, excess cell growth in the prostate gland squeezes the urethra, causing a variety of urinary symptoms, including increased frequency, urgency and straining to urinate.
Le questionnaire a cible la personne qui s'occupe des repas dans le menage.
Today the crutches are an integral part of her identity and have given rise to fruitful questions about relationships and body image in a multi-media age at the centre of her dance-based piece Menage a Trois, with the National Theatre of Scotland.
Situated in this most idyllic rural location, Wenallt is an impressive country home, sitting in five acres of gardens and grounds that include a superb 40m x 20m menage.