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  • Mercaniad is changeable to challenge us and to remove from the Abode those who are not intelligent enough to seek deep shelter when it begins to enter a period of increased activity we call the Ordeal.

    The Abode of Life

  • Mercaniad is changeable to challenge us and to remove from the Abode those who are not intelligent enough to seek deep shelter when it begins to enter a period of increased activity we call the Ordeal.

    The Abode of Life

  • One particularly graphic example of the first sort of harm is documented in a book called Ordeal, written by Linda Marchiano who starred as ˜Linda Lovelace™ in the famous pornographic film ˜Deep Throat™ (see Lovelace 1980).

    Pornography and Censorship

  • The behavior of Mercaniad during its flare-ups, locally termed the Ordeal by the Mercans, was also important data that was provided by the three Mercan experts.

    The Abode of Life

  • The behavior of Mercaniad during its flare-ups, locally termed the Ordeal by the Mercans, was also important data that was provided by the three Mercan experts.

    The Abode of Life

  • The behavior of Mercaniad during its flare-ups, locally termed the Ordeal by the Mercans, was also important data that was provided by the three Mercan experts.

    The Abode of Life

  • The liquid, Tarlac knew, was a highly specific drug called Ordeal poison, the dose measured carefully for his body mass and metabolism.

    Fearful Symmetry A Terran Empire novel

  • The Week before Easter, which is called the Ordeal or Passion Week, is the week when the religious service is held in all the Orthodox churches every evening.

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  • I remember in "Ordeal" Linda Lovelace wrote about how her husband wanted her to have sex with a dog.

    On keeping the legs crossed

  • Admittedly, I returned 'Ordeal' to the person I borrowed it from around the point Linda Lovelace's manager?

    Howl Directors Find the Object of Their Next Film: Linda Lovelace | /Film

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