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“From then on, Robin's was known as a kind of forbidden-fruit stand, a place where you could find savory items others lacked, and where people stood up for art and language.”
“And there has been a pronounced negative effect on college campuses, where administrators describe a forbidden-fruit climate that encourages binge drinking.”
“In the near distance were clumps of fruit trees, of hedges of lime and flowering shrubs, rows of orange trees, mangoes, red and purple, forbidden-fruit and grapefruit, the large scarlet fruit of the acqui, the avocado-pear, the feathering bamboo, and the”
“There is the _chadèque_, which grows here to fully three feet in circumference, and has a sweet pink pulp; and there is the "forbidden-fruit" (_fouitt-défendu_), a sort of cross between the orange and the chadèque, and superior to both.”
“As the forbidden-fruit hangs too high for you, you degrade your art, and make to yourself an image that resembles her according to your taste.”
“(Hysterical preaching only increases the forbidden-fruit appeal, while frenzied law enforcement only increases the prices, thus boosting the profits of drug dealers and the government authorities they bribe.)”
“Pediatricians should be aware of this forbidden-fruit effect," the researchers caution,”
“He rejects the notion that parents try to seal off their child from all media, arguing such a tactic can lead to forbidden-fruit bingeing the first time the child gets to call the shots.”
“It makes a whole lot more sense than prohibition, which only ever seems to cause the forbidden-fruit effect.”
“Tara had been way into the forbidden-fruit angle of Angelo, but I wasn’t going to let her abandon him as a friend.”
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