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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbuggerybug‧ger‧y /ˈbʌɡəri/ noun [uncountable]  SYSEX/HAVE SEX WITH British English law anal sex
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buggeryThe Committee is thus opposed to any form of integration between the three offences of rape, indecent assault and buggery.Beating was on the agenda, certainly, but buggery very definitely was not.Moreover, convictions for non-consensual buggery of a male over 16 are less than frequent.The penalty for an act of buggery against a boy was life imprisonment.They've added a rape scene, an act of buggery, and lots of violence that was not in the book.Moreover, proof of non-consent on a charge of buggery or indecent assault is likely to become harder.The old offence of buggery has, however, been retained.They acquitted him of three further charges of indecency and one of buggery.
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