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hardcore

adjective Referring to pornography that shows penile penetration and/or ejaculation.
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If you fancy a happy harcdore Christmas I have five copies of Hardcore Adrenaline 3 to give away to the first five people who can tell me which radio station Stu Allan appeared on?
Not only are there are a plethora of hardcore events taking place across the country each weekend, but hardcore compilations are also dominating the compilation charts.
The increased production of Black and interracial hardcore videos provided greater prospects for Black women to gain employment in one of the higher status jobs in the sex industry.
Jamming econo was what endeared hardcore to the youth at the time.
When a drug survey showed casual drug use was declining while hardcore use was soaring, Bennett took it "like a punch in the stomach," according to an aide quoted by Massing.
The company has already launched its HardCore Cider in six cities - Boston, New York, San Diego, Minneapolis, and Washington, D.
By now, it has splintered into class-bound factions: on the one hand, hardcore techno's abrasive working-class intensity; on the other, the upscale, chill-out, peace vives of ambient and the "intelligent techno" of trance and progressive house.
The nationally representative research survey, conducted by Information Solutions Group on behalf of Kabam, found that these hardcore social gamers are younger and mostly male, very much in line with traditional gamer demographics.
LUNG Season are a four-piece hardcore punk outfit featuring current members of Cavalcades and former members of Hounds (they were very loud).
Gameloft's "Dungeon Hunter 4" (DH4) hack and slash action-role playing video game (RPG) has just released a new Hardcore Update.
21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A special episode of truTV's hit show Hardcore Pawn: Chicago will air on Sunday, Aug 25, 2013 at 10:00 PM Eastern (9:00 PM Central).
The expression "shale problem" is frequently used to describe a defect that is more correctly known as soluble sulphate contamination of the hardcore beneath the concrete - but not all cracks are caused by sulphate contamination in the hardcore.