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“But theescort, who goes by the name Lucien, told the New Times todaythat Rekers is gay and paid him to provide daily body rubs, giving details on specific caresses favored by the Baptist minister.”
“It is published in Lucien Stryk's anthology, Heartland: Poets of the Midwest (1967).”
“I called Lucien's attention to it, who soon dug up four or five tap-roots of a pear-like shape.”
“I called Lucien to show him what to us was a new plant, the _Bromelia pinguin_ of botanists.”
“On our road I called Lucien's attention to a small thorny shrub, a kind of mimosa, called _huizachi_ by the Indians, who use its pods for dyeing black cloth, and for making a tolerably useful ink.”
“Q: Your romances always have more (the fully developed secondary storyline in Lucien’s Fall; the politically and religiously driven drama in Bed of Spices) and your women’s fiction is always at least somewhat romantic.”
“While rentboy (codename Lucien) says Rekers paid him for nude sexual massages, Rekers said the a 20-year old was only there to "carry his luggage" (see: "hiking the Appalachian Trail" and "wide stance").”
“On April 13, the "rent boy" (whom we'll call Lucien) arrived at Miami International Airport on Iberian Airlines Flight 6123, after a ten-day, fully subsidized trip to Europe.”
“I was planning on calling Lucien this week anyway.”
“I then called Lucien, who doffed his hat to the old man and saluted him.”
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