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  • n. Alternative spelling of honey trap.


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  • I don't think that Assange fell into a 'honeytrap' - if people think that his credibility could be damaged by connections with unsavoury sexual practices, then they would have spun some of the documents which appear on Wikileaks... ten minutes research on the site produces something which if spun 'correctly' could seriously damage Wikileaks reputation among certain parts of the media, the fact this hasn't been done makes me think that it's not the

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  • Is this sentence some kind of honeytrap for prescriptivists?

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  • Others who have been caught in the 'honeytrap' include Alexander Potkin and Eduard Limonov, nationalist politicians, and Mikhail Fishman, editor of Newsweek's Russian edition.

    Ekaterina Gerasimova, 'Katya,' Said To Be Russian 'Honeytrap' Girl (VIDEO)

  • • Trouble on the horizon perhaps for recorder Robin Pearse-Wheatley, who featured here last month having told two Icelandic women who hooked up with a gang of criminals to commit a brutal "honeytrap" robbery that their error was a choice of friends.


  • His lawyer subsequently claimed that a 'honeytrap' had been sprung.

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  • To be an aide to Gordon Brown and get yourself caught in a "honeytrap" by a female Chinese spook and have your Crackberry stolen when you take her back to your hotel is a pretty serious security issue.

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  • She was, however, realistic about her capacity to conduct "honeytrap" operations, noting: "Do I look like Mata Hari?"

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  • A terrific film, the plot centres around snaring the imperturbable MI6 agent in a "honeytrap", which, as you will all know, in espionage is a trap set to compromise a person using sex as the lure.

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  • A teenage girl who acted as a "honeytrap" to lure a smitten 16-year-old to his death at the hands of a love rival is due to be sentenced.


  • A teenage girl who acted as a "honeytrap" to lure a smitten 16-year-old to his death at the hands of a love rival was locked up for a minimum of 10 years today.

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