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  • Rakish/funny son of the newspaper editor who was played by James McAvoy in BBC version?

    State of Play

  • Rakish Bongo Far more interesting than he imagined, they growl when they are unhappy.

    Pets, Like Wine,

  • Rakish and relaxed, he and his friends often smoke pot in the garage of his family home in Canada.

    Seeds of Terror

  • Rakish and relaxed, he and his friends often smoke pot in the garage of his family home in Canada.

    Seeds of Terror

  • Rakish linguistics prof, DWF, 66, seeks like-minded translator for long weekends drinking tall glasses of chocolate milk and unraveling code (and whatever else needs unraveling!)

    NYT Seeks SWM: This Times , It's Personals!

  • Rakish linguistics prof, DWF, 66, seeks like-minded translator for long weekends drinking tall glasses of chocolate milk and unraveling code (and whatever else needs unraveling!)

    NYT Seeks SWM: This Times , It's Personals!

  • Rakish and dangerous are not how most women want their faces described, Sam.”

    Priceless

  • Rakish and dangerous are not how most women want their faces described, Sam.”

    Priceless

  • Rakish men either bite their lips in impotent confusion at her repartees, or are touched to penitence by her reproofs, which, on appropriate occasions, rise to a lofty strain of rhetoric; indeed, there is a general propensity in her to make speeches, and to rhapsodize at some length when she retires to her bedroom.

    The Essays of "George Eliot" Complete

  • Day, killing a great Number of Horses; with many other Enterprizes of the like fiery Nature: For certainly many a Man is more Rakish and

    The Spectator, Volume 2.

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