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Warren’s bawdy comedy was tame by the profanity-laced standards of today, but it was considered so outrageous for its time — especially coming from a woman — that she was effectively banned from television and radio.
RUSTY WARREN, WHOSE RACY JOKES ABOUT SEX MADE HER A ’60S COMEDY STAR, DIES AT 91MATT SCHUDELMAY 28, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Four engravings and at least six pamphlets, all focusing on the bawdy house story, were shortly in circulation.
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Eight men marched one evening into Llanyglo, bawling a bawdy chorus, with Sam Kerr showing the way.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
"That was Belle Cora, who keeps that bawdy house up town," Nesbitt volunteered.
PORT O' GOLDLOUIS JOHN STELLMAN
A riotous twenty years in night saloons and bawdy houses had left him a kindly, choleric, and respected newspaper figure.
ERIK DORNBEN HECHT
A long-faced virgin trapped in a bawdy house and calling in valiant tones for a glass of lemonade.
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The mates own stories were usually bawdy; he always prefaced them with some unmanageable hilarity, which impeded his start.
THE SEA AND THE JUNGLEH. M. TOMLINSON
And I my selfe know certaine bawdy Marchants, amongst whom peradventure one will give us summes of gold for her.
THE GOLDEN ASSELUCIUS APULEIUS
Stay, Carlos; I am afraid you know something more of this bawdy business than you confess.
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