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  • n. Plural form of casanova.


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  • But at least we've stopped the casanovas from doing it again.

    Moving day (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Let this be a lesson for any of you wannabe casanovas who have their eyes on an internet-breaking supermodel like Kate Moss – girls like nothing more than pasty-faced men who scribble on the insides of cars, make weird comparisons between the girl and Afghanistan and then squirt syringe blood over everyone before pretending to be dead.

    Kate Moss Probably Dumps Pete Doherty For The Jillionth Time

  • I'm too competitive and jealous for one of those casanovas, like John.

    elephants Diary Entry

  • Dlamini - prominent in anti-government demonstrations - accused parties of being casanovas, dominated by leaders in high-profile positions who had isolated themselves from the people.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Among those that got the ax was St. Christopher, the blessed buddy of cruise-ship casanovas, astronauts and six-day bicycle racers.

    Another Roadside Attraction

  • Join award winners Marion Douglas (Dance Hall Road), Nairne Holtz (The Skin Beneath), and Larissa Lai (Salt Fish Girl), as they tackle scapegoating and small towns, conspiracy freaks and butch casanovas, and shape-shifters and durian fruit.

    BC Bloggers

  • * must Igor's knowledge be if the world's leading "how to do seduction" company - a multi-million dollar business that lives or dies on its ability to turn hopeless geeks into modern day casanovas within three evenings - consults with him?

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