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“Latin treatise, De cive, he repeated the distinction between states originating in dominium paternum et despoticum, which he called naturale, and another type of dominium established by institution, called politicum created by artifice.”
“It can hardly be given in English because it turns on the double meaning of "naturale," which means sometimes "natural" and sometimes "naturally," but if it be added that”
“The George Perry fish was au naturale; the Japanese fish was not.”
“I wasn't any more successful with most of them than I had been in sneaking in to see Brooke au naturale all those years ago.”
“But maybe Kim Richards and me could be the two former child stars on RHOBH who go au naturale.”
“As constructed as our '08 clothing is, it's time for skin to go au naturale.”
“Barefoot runners—there are now dedicated websites, clubs and numerous books backing the trend—say running au naturale happens with a less-intense strike of the forefoot that rocks to the heel, putting less strain on the knees and spine.”
“Al naturale remained my non-preparation of choice; but figs right off the grill, served with ricotta salata, prosciutto, toasted pignoli and a dusting of cracked pepper, was a serious contender.”
“This down-to-earth beauty swears she only takes a half hour to get red carpet ready and while her hubby has no makeup preference though she's usually au naturale -- and isn't that what men love anyway? he is certainly partial to very tight jeans.”
“Rock joked with a good-natured assurance that those of us who are au naturale belong to a small set of the black population that goes to concerts featuring Common or Erykah Badu, as opposed to the masses following the likes of Lil Wayne.”
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