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- proper n. A very successful British rock band formed in the 1960s, still together in the 21st century
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Soon they were singing Rolling Stones and ZZ Top tunes, including about a twenty-minute version of "Legs," until his wife put her foot down about the nonstop high-testosterone noise.
The Queen smiled aloofly from a calendar, pinned to the wall between newspaper cut-outs of the Rolling Stones and a large framed oil of a Roman lady stabbing herself.
It had a renowned cantine, where we were served in courses by Portuguese women, but most of us preferred the café across the street, which was equipped with pinball machines and a jukebox from which issued a steady diet of French pop interspersed with the Rolling Stones and the Rubettes.
If I could magically create a situation where the Rolling Stones had recorded ten studio albums with Mick Taylor instead of five, I would create this situation immediately.