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However, by 8 May 1884, Gilbert was ready to back down, writing: “am I to
understand ... One of the local gentlemen, PishTush, explains that when the
Mikado ... a prisoner condemned to death for flirting, to the post of Lord High
Garry Watson - 2004 - Performing Arts
Kitty: Oh. Surely Arthur likes it [ The Mikado, which Gilbert has just been ... 'heard,
a month ago, that Ko-Ko had been condemned to death for flirting' (Gilbert and ...
Elizabeth Gilbert - 2010 - Biography & Autobiography
Eat, Pray, Love; Committed; The Last American Man; Stern Men & Pilgrims
Elizabeth Gilbert ... tell who I was flirting with. I was kind of spreading it around ...
https://www.facebook.com/laura.clery/posts/1589720604663692I love your flirting videos! Leep her "cumming Stephen"...I mean keep THEM
Jane W. Stedman - 1996 - Composers
as capricious tyrants, battering in their courtiers' heads with their sceptres,
brutally disregarding human life, bullying their dependents, and flirting
The Complete Gilbert and Sullivan Arthur Sullivan, W. S. Gilbert Ed Glinert ...
when I heard, a month ago, that Ko-Ko had been condemned to death for flirting!
Carolyn Williams - 2011 - Literary Criticism
David Cannadine, “Gilbert and Sullivan: The Making and Un-Making of a British
... Richard A. Kaye sees in the prohibition on flirting a spoof of Darwin's thinking ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_MikadoThe Mikado; or, The Town of Titipu is a comic opera in two acts, with music by
Arthur Sullivan ... Gilbert and Sullivan's opera immediately preceding The Mikado
was Princess Ida (1884), which ran for .... Ko-Ko, a prisoner condemned to death
for flirting, to the post of Lord High Executioner ("Our great Mikado, virtuous man")