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- n. Naturism. A person who practices nudism.
- adj. Naturism. Encouraging or enforcing nudity, as opposed to clothing compulsive.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who practices nudity for reasons of health or religion
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I read that in nudist colonies, everybody's expected to carry a towel with them wherever they go.
"If you are a long-term nudist or just curious about trying public nudity for the first time, have a look," he stated.
Republicans don’t believe in nudist colonies, they believe in hidden video cameras in women’s restrooms, dressing rooms and girls locker rooms.
Not just for the phrase "teenage nudist" but for the word "daughter".
Sometimes the teen and David Zastrow, who has been referred to as a nudist, would play games together while naked and take showers together, according to the document.
And it targets overseas guests by using key words -- "nudist," "naturist" and "hotel" -- in Dutch, French and Spanish.
Her own mother was strict, Betty says, describing an incident in which her brother bought a "nudist" magazine and showed it to Betty.
It opened in 1946 as The Strand, with Hollywood features, became the Fine Arts in 1960, showing racy "nudist" films that evolved into pornography.
DEBORAH WAY: Let's be clear here: You're not advocating some kind of nudist revolution, correct?
In the quaint 1950s in the very Puritan U.S., there were "nudist" and "art photo" magazines that pushed the legal envelop and "men's" magazines explored how much of a woman's anatomy they could show and still stay at least one millimeter away from the legal limit.
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