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  • "Then I left and established my esthetics business, and soon after that I got involved with local productions," she said, adding that her first acting part was in a Bracebridge play titled The Amorous Ambassador.


  • 'Amorous' Darwin woman attacks taxi after driver rejects offer of sex A woman jumped into a cab in Darwin, Australia, suggested to the driver that they have sex and when he declined, started kicking the car and then threw a bottle though the rear window, the Northern Territory | Top Stories

  • In a best-selling 1686 confection, "Conversations on the Plurality of Worlds," French fabulist Bernard le Bovier Fontenelle describes Venusians as "little black people, scorch'd with the Sun, witty, full of Fire, very Amorous," while their glum counterparts on Jupiter "are so very grave, that were Cato living among 'em, they would think him a merry Andrew."

    The Loneliest Planet

  • Note that they review mostly Japanese only ones because ... well the ones localized to English are 100 Amorous Cherry Professors to one Kana Little Sister and there are only 400 titles localized.

    This Is Why I Shouldn't Drink

  • There is the Automotive (sports cars), the Athletic (late-in-life marathons and Iron Man competitions) and the Amorous (making passes at young lasses).

    Releasing Your Inner Bigfoot

  • CIVIL WAR "LOVE AND LUST" LETTERS, for adults, author Thomas Lowry discusses his book "Love and Lust: Private and Amorous Letters of the Civil War." 2 p.m.,

    Fairfax County community events, April 22 to 29, 2010

  • I think Amorous Armadillo would be a better name for it.

    BSNYC Quiz Day Fun Fry!

  • I think the Amorous Amphibian, given it's spiky visage, might be one o' them thar Horny Toads.

    Conditions Froggy

  • If you hadn't told me so, I wouldn't have known any of those cakes were supposed to be frogs, except maybe the Amorous Amphibian.

    Conditions Froggy

  • The first volume (1970-71) from Beat poet Diane di Prima's manuscript journals that eventually spanned twenty years and eight-two volumes; an unproduced play (ca. 1953) by New York School poet Frank O'Hara titled Amorous Nightmares of Delay: An Eclogue; works by poets including Charles Olson, Robert Creeley and Denise

    Carolina Avant-Garde


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