from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A West Indian shrub (Brunfelsia americana) with fragrant showy yellowish-white flowers.
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- n. West Indian shrub with fragrant showy yellowish-white flowers
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Dick Morris (once advisor on "triangulation theory" to President Clinton; his claim to eternal fame was a toe-sucking incident with a lady-of-the-night during a call to the White House) is going on record, and switching loyalties.
For example, MGM brazenly touted its club – “Tabu” – byway of sexually-implicit adsthat featured ayoung stud offering up a cherry to a sexy lady-of-the-night who posed in a seductive reclining position.
Grizabella begs the cats to let her come to the Jellicle Ball, but the other cats ostracize the faded beauty, alienated by her "lady-of-the-night" ways.
"People with violent behavior are not all there upstairs and could be on narcotics where they can't distinguish a lady-of-the-night."
PLOT: Left alone in the wealthy northern Chicago suburbs with the family house and Porsche at his disposal, Joel, through his scheming friends, finds himself entertaining to-die-for lady-of-the-night Lana.
As of now Adrian’s mother is a stripper/lady-of-the-night, this gives him alot of time away from home without notice.
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