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  • n. Plural form of callgirl.


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  • A bevy of high priced callgirls waited in nearby limos.

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  • THE HUDDLE: Taylor previously spoke of fondness for callgirls

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  • At about 1 in the morning, according to Ramapo Town Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence, Davis brought the 16-year-old to Taylor at Room 160 of the Holiday Inn. THE HUDDLE: Taylor previously spoke of fondness for callgirls

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  • One joke referred to Mbeki seeking callgirls in the grounds of the Union Buildings, and contained various four-letter words.

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  • He had two callgirls at his house, poured full of champagne and fast asleep, but willing to swear that he had been with them.

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  • Looking for a "daddy" or someone to "love" them, these very young callgirls turned to pimps, who coerced them into this lifestyle, often referred to in the film as "the game."

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  • The Prime Minister's office is working with the NSW central coast MP as he faces mounting claims his union's credit card was used to pay for callgirls and that the NSW ALP gave him $90,000 to avoid bankruptcy - which would have forced his resignation and a by-election in the seat of Dobell.

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  • The chief prosecutor in the case, Frank Di Maio, said the high-class callgirls were paid in money and drugs to encourage clients to drink alcohol. - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • This assemblage of studio goons, weed carriers, callgirls, coke dealers and guitar players?

  • But like really classy callgirls they go all discreet and the ads looks more like fashion spreads than anything, until you inspect them just a little closer that is.



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