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- noun A place where one can
relax, entertainor recreate.
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This week, for example, we learned of another aspect of the Newham stately pleasuredome that even Samuel Coleridge recently banned by Wada after traces of a poetry-enhancing drug, believed to be opium, were found in his urine could not have come up with, even when he was really toasted: Thomas Cook is the official short-break provider of the 2012 Games.
The player controls a spirit-like person who must be brought into the real world to get to the pleasuredome.
Pearl Jam emerged from the pleasuredome that is Seattle in 1991.
Pavilion of Ultimate Bliss, a carnal pleasuredome populated by writhing nymphomaniacs and presided over by a brutal potentate named - a little pathetically - the Prince of Ning Tony Ho.
Of course not - yes yes, pity the poor men who have so much of the pleasuredome at their disposal.
Tracey MacLeod eats at Terrance Conran's Boundary in east London and finds the Victorian warehouse that houses the restaurant remodeled into a "thoroughly modern East End pleasuredome".
In the "provinces" people are so limited as to who they can see (especially non British artists) that there will be a substantial number who will visit their local pleasuredome to see whoever happens to be playing just for the novelty value if nothing else.
Word Magazine - 2009
By the time of "Life Unfolds His Mystery," Gerald appears set to revel in the pleasuredome, focusing his sharp rhythms against the sick infringements of the terrordome.