the act or practice of engaging in sexual intercourse for money.
base or unworthy use, as of talent or ability.
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Native American Nightmare Leslie Bennetts October 26, 2011
Melissa Ditmore, editor of The Encyclopedia of prostitution and Sex Work, met Lovelace in 2001.
Linda Lovelace and ‘Deep Throat’s’ 40-Year Legacy Tracy Quan April 24, 2012
prostitution opponents cite scientific studies; supporters of legalization find flaws in the data.
‘Borgen’: The Television Show That Could Solve the Government Shutdown Andrew Romano October 5, 2013
prostitution in Italy is not illegal, unless it is with an underage minor.
Ruby the Heart Stealer in Court for Berlusconi Trial Barbie Latza Nadeau January 14, 2013
prostitution is not a crime in Italy unless it is with a minor.
As Berlusconi Returns, Ruby the Heart-Stealer Pops Up in Mexico Barbie Latza Nadeau December 10, 2012
prostitution was not the only dishonor which she and her husband suffered.
Friars and Filipinos Jose Rizal
prostitution is the door of escape freely opened to all women.
The Truth About Woman C. Gasquoine Hartley
The reader will perceive from the body of this work that the History of prostitution was commenced in the year 1856.
The History of Prostitution William W. Sanger
prostitution, known as the “social evil,” is promiscuous unchastity for gain.
Sex Henry Stanton
prostitution, therefore, exists so soon as woman makes a trade of her charms.
Woman under socialism August Bebel
1530s, from Middle French prostitution and directly from Late Latin prostitutionem (nominative prostitutio), noun of action from past participle stem of prostituere (see prostitute).
- Anti protectionist
Economics. the theory, practice, or system of fostering or developing domestic industries by protecting them from foreign competition through duties or quotas imposed on importations. any program, policy, or system of laws that seeks to provide for property owners, wildlife, the environment, etc. n. 1846, from protectionist + -ism.
Economics. the theory, practice, or system of fostering or developing domestic industries by protecting them from foreign competition through duties or quotas imposed on importations. any program, policy, or system of laws that seeks to provide for property owners, wildlife, the environment, etc. Contemporary Examples Out of fidelity to the special interests in the unions, […]
any Western Christian who is not an adherent of a Catholic, Anglican, or Eastern Church. an adherent of any of those Christian bodies that separated from the Church of Rome during the Reformation, or of any group descended from them. (originally) any of the German princes who protested against the decision of the Diet of […]
the religion of . the churches collectively. adherence to principles. Contemporary Examples Protestantism, after all, is the child of the modernity Santorum claims to despise. Typical: Santorum Totally Misinterprets JFK’s Point Lee Siegel February 27, 2012 Historical Examples Once more I deem it a pity that Protestantism should have entirely laid aside this mode of […]