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Sexual narcissism Sexual narcissism has been described as an egocentric pattern of sexual behavior that involves both low self-esteem and an inflated sense of sexual ability and sexual entitlement.

The love of the parents for their child and their attitude towards
Threshold, and its moon, Basis.

To this victory of Claudius Nero's it might be owing that his imperial namesake reigned at all.

Netto : French Netto logo :This Netto is in no way affiliated with the Danish discount chain Netto Netto (formerly Comptoir des Marchandises) is, like its Danish namesake, a hard-discount store.

There was also a one off version built in 1996 named Abarth Scorpione commissioned by Shiro Kosaka, a renowned collector of Abarth sports cars, with numerous design cues from its genuine and rare namesake.

Each character in Assault on the Senses has similar personalities as the Flash character with whom they share their namesake.

Constituent communities Scheßlitz's main town and namesake centre is by far the biggest of its Ortsteile with a population of 2,548.

Onboard was the ship's namesake Queen Elizabeth and her two daughters, the princesses Elizabeth and Margaret.

"gentleman palmer," who has been frequently confused with his namesake, died on 23 May 1768, aged 40, his death being due to taking in mistake a wrong medicine.

Harms was disillusioned and his tenure in the group ended in early 1991. Shortly after his departure, Richrath assembled former members of the midwestern band Vancouver to form a namesake band, Richrath.

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