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“Near the street, Danny would sit bare-chested on a lawn chair or wooden bench, making himself an easy target for his enemies but waving to his admirers.”
“They were bare-chested, T-shirts wrapped around their heads like turbans, leaning against a pick-up truck.”
“Among the photos posted Monday on BigGovernment.com is an image of a bare-chested man flexing his muscles.”
“Video monitors in the galleries, meanwhile, will display scenes of a boar barong dance, a cremation ceremony, street processions, shadow puppetry, bare-chested men chanting around a fire.”
“Except, perhaps, for the inclusion of the dance's peat-covered stage, strikingly filmed here as it's being put in place, there seems little about this Sturm und Drang battle of the sexes for barefoot women in thin slips and bare-chested, barefoot men in black slacks that trendy French modernist Maurice Béjart or any number of earnest modern-dance practitioners might not have done.”
“But the widely circulated footage of Qaddafi's corpse, bare-chested and covered in blood, bears a special significance.”
“Indeed, I believe that the only thing that should be allowed at football games are truly dignified displays like women jumping up and down in lycra with pompoms and cleavage, and bare-chested, pot-bellied men with their teams written across their stomachs, and people wearing cheese hats on their heads.”
“His song "Cry To Me" featured in the background as a bare-chested Patrick Swayze danced seductively with Jennifer Grey in one of the most memorable scenes from the movie "Dirty Dancing.”
“Photos of him at Oxford social events—in one case bare-chested, other times in a tuxedo or fancy dress—have been widely circulated online.”
“Like the bare-chested Methuselah who showed up at the vintage-car race in Pittsburgh's Schenley Park last Sunday.”
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