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  • The embodiments creating the evening are of Lust, Death, Fire, Siren, Debonair, Skin, Evil and Flight, all which propel our main character of one woman on an unexpected journey of self-exploration.

    Buzzine » Cirque Berzerk!

  • Next we move on to blindfolds and restraints and the “Debonair miscreant.”

    Buzzine » Cirque Berzerk!

  • In 1971, he started India's first Playboy clone, Debonair, with friend Anthony Van Braband and later in 1990, he founded Bombay Dost, Mumbai's first gay magazine.

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  • Many advertisements in news paper or in Television, publication of many pornographic books such as ‘Debonair’, ‘Fantasy’ etc. are example of the product.

    Sense & Sensuality

  • Debonair and cool, JFK was able to float above the fray.

    'Black Robert' Finds A Role

  • Frum nao on,ai wish to be known as Kitty Debonair,writer of such famous books as:

    NOM DE PLUME - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • If VIDEO WATCHDOG's current Roger Corman/Daniel Haller issue has you itching for some audio accompaniment, we heartily recommend this week's installment of Rue Morgue Radio, which is devoted to the Debonair Dean of Delirium himself, Vincent Price.

    Got a Pendulum and Feel Like Swingin'?

  • More superheroes get unmasked here, including Granny Cane and of course, Debonair.

    JINX by Jennifer Estep

  • Anyway, Bella meets Debonair when he catches him in the act of a theft.

    JINX by Jennifer Estep

  • Debonair himself has this to say about SSS: They're hardly an appropriate judge of character.

    JINX by Jennifer Estep

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