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  • Possibly not quite as loin-stirring as Piaf, but impressive none-the-less.

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  • I shall check it out although as you may be aware Viggo Mortensen is more along my loin-stirring lines than Alize.

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  • He unscrewed the cap of the talc and sniffed the loin-stirring Joan Uphill perfume.

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  • We should discuss his drawings and his scientific interests, the loin-stirring portraits that anticipate the advances of Raphael and Titian, the sculptural complexity of The Burlington House Cartoon and associated works, and the repellent, glutinous-seeming images of John the Baptist with which the newly identified Christ as Salvator Mundi must be associated if at all in its present condition, rather than the end of Leonardo's first period in Milan.

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  • The loin-stirring devil might be in "Bleuphoria's" sexiest details, but the hand of God is all over this CD.

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  • Talking about such can cause some unexpected loin-stirring that may just have to be satiated immediately!

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