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  • n. Plural form of showgirl.


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  • Her goal isn't to purge Italy's airwaves of its ubiquitous "showgirls," Ms. Zanardo says.

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  • In the shooting script to "showgirls," director Paul Verhoeven and screenwriter Joe Eszterhas has detailed exactly how they wanted the lap dance between Nomi (Elizabeth Berkley) and Zack (Kyle MacLachlan) to proceed: on what beat she should bury her blond head in his lap, when she should crawl naked across the floor in front of him.

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  • "Soirée à la Cage:" Cocktails, dinner, a live band, "showgirls" and silent and grand auctions at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre's seventh annual gala. Stories

  • I didn't insult anybody ... on the contrary I am making a point that 'showgirls' prancing about in tight outfits on Arabic TV during Ramadan is an insult to the Holy Month.


  • And what the audience would remember after it's over is how gorgeous the male actors look in make-up and their fabulous costumes that give the Australian "showgirls" in Priscilla Queen of the Desert a run for their money.


  • She had also been dropped as a candidate for the Euro elections earlier this month when his wife objected to her husband's plan to field "showgirls".


  • Immediately following is Broadway's blockbuster hit, La Cage aux Folles, filled with feathered "showgirls" and a tuneful score by Featured Content

  • It looks like the "showgirls" of comic book films. ... and to me that means it will be fucking awesome.

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  • "showgirls" as potential members of the European Parliament.


  • Oggi, a popular Italian weekly usually known for its profiles of television "showgirls" and aging pop singers, broke international news recently when it published a 40-year-old letter by the late Romano Mussolini, a noted jazz musician and brother-in-law of Sophia Loren, best known as the youngest son of the Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini.

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