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Ducournau—whose previous film, the 2016 Raw, detailed the exploits of a cannibalistic veterinary student—works hard to titillate us in the movie’s first hour or so, spreading out a buffet of gruesome, deadpan violence for our delectation.Titane Strives to Shock, But It's Running on Empty|Stephanie Zacharek|October 1, 2021|Time
For the delectation of the emperor he wrote, about 1211, his Otia Imperialia in three parts.
When a man has had produced before him for his own and sole delectation any article or articles, how can he avoid eulogium?Orley Farm|Anthony Trollope
Helen smiled in her sleeve, and laid the little discussion away in her memory for "Motherdie's" delectation.
He and Edwards of Andover will no doubt furnish some grand-stand plays for the delectation of their followers.
Its feeding trough was made of gold, and capons and pea-hens were specially fattened for its delectation."Unto Caesar"|Baroness Emmuska Orczy