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Several strips were single-panel, one-off puns, such as " Daft Bugger ", which featured two bored, uninterested men engaged in the act of buggery ; the buggerer then states that he has forgotten his car keys ( thus making him " daft ").
There's also " Up The Arse Corner ", where photographs are submitted of people whose pose, and / or facial expression, could be misconstrued as being in the midst of an act of buggery.
The Act defined buggery as an unnatural sexual act against the will of God and man.
He famously said: " Dress it up as we will, we are still talking about the unnatural, offensive, and abominable act of buggery.
In most English speaking countries, the word " buggery " has two quite specific and extremely negative meanings – one refers to the act of anal intercourse, and the other to the charge in law that proscribes that act.

act and by
When decision makers act within this frame they determine whether a claim put forward in the name of religion is to be accepted by the larger community as appropriate to religion.
`` Does any sane Democrat believe that Mr. Hearst, a person unknown even to his constituency and his colleagues, without a word or act in the public life of his country, past or present, that can be shown to be his to commend him, could by any possibility be elected President of the United States??
The Secretary General must have, subject to the constitutional direction of the Security Council and the General Assembly, the power to act, to propose action and to organize action without being hobbled by advisers and assistants acting on someone else's instructions.
His very honest act called up the recent talk I had with another minister, a modest Methodist, who said: `` I feel so deeply blessed by God when I can give a message of love and comfort to other men, and I would have it no other way: and it is unworthy to think of self.
The public appeal by the new Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Cicognani, for renewed efforts toward Eastern and Western reunion was still another remarkable act.
If there is anything which we can do in the executive branch of the Government to speed up the processes by which we come to decisions on matters on which we must act promptly, that in itself would be a major contribution to the conduct of our affairs.
The 1958 military pay act departed from this established formula by providing for a 6% increase rather than a proportionate increase for everyone retired prior to its effective date of June 1, 1958.
The mechanism of action of these drugs has not been completely worked out, but certain of them appear to act by reducing the oxidised form of iodine before it can iodinate thyroglobulin ( Astwood, 1954 ).
The effect of drugs that act on the iodide-concentrating mechanism can be counteracted by addition of relatively large amounts of iodine to the diet.
Educational policies are formed by several groups who are officially or unofficially appointed to act in the public interest.
In general, it appears that educational decisions and educational policies are made by people who intend to act in the interests of the society as a whole.
Two metabolites ( 1, and 2 ) ) of p-aminobenzoic acid ( PABA ) which act as cofactors for the hydroxylation of aniline by acid-fast bacteria are biosynthesized from Aj.
The pain and distress associated with the performance may easily give the wife a deep-seated dread of marital relations and cause her, unconsciously, to make the sex act unpleasant and difficult for both by exercising her vaginal muscles to complicate his penetration instead of relaxing them to facilitate it.
In some cases, however, domination of the sex act by one partner can be temporary, triggered by a passing but urgent emotional need.
R. B. Gregg has written that `` non-violence and good will of the victim act like the lack of physical opposition by the user of physical jiu-jitsu, to cause the attacker to lose his moral balance.
The act, cut to shreds and hastily patched together during the afternoon, had not been rehearsed sufficiently by anyone.
Engaging in such a conspiracy was an act of mercy by the giants.
The courts, by interpretation, emasculated the act.
The biggest single act would doubtless be staged by Frankie himself: his Inaugural wardrobe had been designed by Hollywood Couturier Don Loper, who regularly makes up ladies' ensembles.
`` I would far rather die after a Russian occupation of this country -- by some deliberate act of refusal -- than die uselessly by atomisation ''.
So, for that matter, are the newer dances -- the `` Kalmuk Dance '' with its animal movements, that genial juggling act by Sergei Tsvetkov called `` The Platter '', the rousing and beautiful betrothal celebration called `` Summer '', `` The Three Shepherds '' of Azerbaijan hopping up on their staffs, and, of course, the trenchant `` Rock 'n' Roll ''.
The commander of Fort Sumter, South Carolina, Major Robert Anderson sent a request for provisions to Washington, and the execution of Lincoln's order to meet that request was seen by the secessionists as an act of war.

act and way
This, he was sure, was the way they would act ; ;
`` Would you advise us to act the same way??
we will not act in any way which would jeopardize our solemn commitments to them.
What better affirmative step could be taken to this end than repeal of the Connally amendment -- an act which could expose the United States to no practical risk yet would put an end to our self-judging attitude toward the court, enable us to utilize it, and advance in a tangible way the cause of international law and order??
He did not really want to kill, but as in the sexual act, there was a moment when the impulse took over and could not be downed, even while you watched yourself giving way to it.
Tarrou lives according to an ethical code that demands that he act in a way that benefits the whole community, even though, in this case, he risks his life by doing so.
However, evidence indicates that harmala alkaloids act only on MAO-A, in a reversible way similar to moclobemide ( an antidepressant that does not require dietary restrictions ).
Bodyguards act as a shield for the potential target, keeping lookout for potential attackers ( sometimes in advance, for example on a parade route ), and putting themselves in harm's way — both by simple presence, showing that physical force is available to protect the target, and by shielding the target during any attack.
It had been pointed out previously by J. J. Thomson in his series of lectures at Yale University in May 1903 that the dynamic equilibrium between the velocity generated by a concentration gradient given by Fick's law and the velocity due to the variation of the partial pressure caused when ions are set in motion " gives us a method of determining Avogadro's Constant which is independent of any hypothesis as to the shape or size of molecules, or of the way in which they act upon each other ".
However, if this approach is naïvely adopted, then moral agents who, for example, recklessly fail to reflect on their situation, and act in a way that brings about terrible results, could be said to be acting in a morally justifiable way.
Powerful parties can also act in an oligocratic way to form an alliance to stifle the growth of emerging parties.
In the Catholic Church ( both the Western and Eastern Catholic Churches ) the act of canonization is reserved to the Holy See and occurs at the conclusion of a long process requiring extensive proof that the person proposed for canonization lived and died in such an exemplary and holy way that he or she is worthy to be recognized as a saint.
Such actions are used as leverage, to force the victim to act in the desired way.
Thus, for instance, the Taking Children Seriously movement has criticised pedagogic coercion by adults, including parents, on children, holding that it is possible and desirable to act with a child in such a way that all activities are consensual.
Radiosity is a method which attempts to simulate the way in which directly illuminated surfaces act as indirect light sources that illuminate other surfaces.
The term creation refers to the beginning of things, whether by the will and act of a transcendent being, by emanation from some ultimate source, or in any other way.
Previously, the Canadian federal constitution could be amended by solitary act of the Canadian or British parliaments, by formal or informal agreement between the federal and provincial governments, or even simply by adoption as ordinary custom of an oral convention or unwritten tradition that was perceived to be the best way to do something.
According to Jacques Ellul, “ the aim is not to even modify people ’ s ideas on a given subject, rather, it is to achieve conformity in the way that people act.
# Designers do not work this way – extensive empirical evidence has demonstrated that designers do not act as the rational model suggests.
Humans bear responsibility for all situations they are in, and in the way they act to one another.
According to deontology, we have a duty to act in a way that does those things that are inherently good as acts (" truth-telling " for example ), or follow an objectively obligatory rule ( as in rule utilitarianism ).
First, Kant argues that to act in the morally right way, people must act from duty ( deon ).

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