1. Man is divided into three classes, viz., the hare man, the bull man, and the horse man, according to the size of his lingam.

    - Vatsyayana, The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana, translated from the Sanskrit by Shivaram Parashuram Bhide, Richard Francis Burton and Bhagavanlal Indrajit (1883) [full text]

     
  2. When a man kisses the upper lip of a woman, while she in return kisses his lower lip, it is called the “kiss of the upper lip.”

    When one of them takes both the lips of the other between his or her own, it is called “a clasping kiss.” A woman, however, only takes this kind of kiss from a man who has no moustache.

    - Vatsyayana, The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana, translated from the Sanskrit by Shivaram Parashuram Bhide, Richard Francis Burton and Bhagavanlal Indrajit (1883) [full text]

     
  3. The following are the places for kissing, viz., the forehead, the eyes, the cheeks, the throat, the bosom, the breasts, the lips, and the interior of the mouth.

    - Vatsyayana, The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana, translated from the Sanskrit by Shivaram Parashuram Bhide, Richard Francis Burton and Bhagavanlal Indrajit (1883) [full text]

     
  4. Ligature of the Innominate.—The performance of this extremely dangerous, in fact almost hopeless operation, is by no means so difficult as might be expected.
- Joseph Bell, A Manual of the Operations of Surgery for the use of Senior Students, House Surgeons, and Junior Practitioners (Fifth Edition) (1883) [full text]

    Ligature of the Innominate.—The performance of this extremely dangerous, in fact almost hopeless operation, is by no means so difficult as might be expected.

    - Joseph Bell, A Manual of the Operations of Surgery for the use of Senior Students, House Surgeons, and Junior Practitioners (Fifth Edition) (1883) [full text]

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