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  • n. Plural form of flirt.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flirt.


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  • Would it slow down an action scene if the (female) villain flirts with the hero, a la Spiderman/Black Cat or Batman/Catwoman, while fighting?

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » How to Pace a Scene More Quickly

  • One issue is that the constructivism word flirts with idealism in breaking with behaviourism and in this respect the discussion should remain unfinished - because we don't actually know how the mind works and the issue of representation remains controversial, although it is part of constructivism

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • It said Jetplace used its own profiles to send "flirts" or customised messages to registered users of the website and those profiles also appeared in searches by visitors to the site. | Top Stories

  • The federal court found that Jetplace created fake profiles to send "flirts" and messages to users.

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News

  • Jetplace used 1371 fake profiles to send "flirts" or messages to users of the dating site.

    ZDNet Australia

  • TrueFlirt, as you might suspect, allows you to send animated "flirts" to other users of TrueFlirt.

    The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

  • She goes on to say that the man in this situation is actually the victim, but the key quote here is: "When a man 'flirts' with you, hes giving you the power to accept or reject him.

    Racialicious - the intersection of race and pop culture

  • He will deny it when he reads this, because he loves to contradict what people say, but the fact is Munir was a ghanouj—the kind of tease who flirts shamelessly with everybody, regardless of age or gender, not necessarily in a sexual way but out of sheer coquetry.

    Day of Honey

  • Rose flirts with the young men and, what with the new ensembles Hart has bought for her hats, slippers, and cloth: three shades of taffeta and one of moiré for new gowns, has risen somewhat above her station and more or less left her profession for the moment.

    Exit the Actress

  • Netherland recognizes the tenuous nature of a self, that "fine white thread running, through years and years," and Hans flirts with the possibility that language may not precisely describe the world ( "I was assaulted by the notion, arriving in the form of a terrifying stroke of consciousness, that substance — everything of so called concreteness — was indistinct from its unnameable opposite").

    Part 2: Netherland, Lyrical Realism, and the flip flops of Zadie Smith


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