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nubile

(nū′bĭl) [L. nubere, to marry]
Of marriageable age; pert. to a girl who has attained puberty.
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When friends or his ex-wife drop by his London studio, they usually find Garry in a silk smoking jacket, tickling the ivories or fixing a drink, his latest nubile conquest stashed safely away in a spare bedroom.
IMAGINE it fellas - two nubile young blondes fighting over you.
Jeremy Irons plays the ailing roue who thrives vicariously - almost as vicariously as the audience - on guiding the film's nubile heroine through her sexual rite of passage.
But 70-year-old male stars simply get a big slap on the back for being able to pull nubile 20-something wannabes.
Obviously this is because of our colonial past, when Caucasian males easily mated with the nubile natives.
t-shirt in a quiet salute, clicks, the image of her nubile flesh,
Now, I don't suffer from stress - though I am a carrier - but stress surely isn't singing on stage and having nubile young things throwing knickers at you, while earning squillions.
I was conversing with some of your nubile young ladies about their 'Scouse brows' - if you have no idea what this expression refers to, it is when a young lady has applied a large, black moustache to her forehead.
There are already tensions in the humble home Brooklyn longshoreman Eddie Carbone shares with his fraying wife Beatrice (Julia Ford) and nubile young niece Catherine (Shannon Tarbet) when Beatrice's impoverished cousins Marco and Rodolpho turn up illicitly from Sicily to make their illegal fortunes.
My Birman kitten, Tinky, sleeps on the pillow with me every night and to be honest these days I prefer their company to those sleek, nubile beings who come wrapped in a nightie.
So you might fancy watching this offering, which sees two nubile women sharing the leading roles in a contemporary thriller set in both London and rural France.
Whip Smart: Lola Montez Conquers the Spaniards follows the emergence of nubile woman-of-mystery Lola Montez -- a little-known historic figure who lived in nineteenth century England.