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thong

An article of (usually women’s) underwear, which consists of a small triangular piece of fabric that covers the genitalia and anal sphincter, sewn to or part of an elastic band that encircles the waist.
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Most recently, Dr Thong Yuen has served as the chief investment officer of Zicom MedTacc, a Singapore-based MedTech investor.
You haven't stumbled across a secret stash of thongs. Maybe he wants you to pick up on it because he wants to spice things up sexually.
Thread the thongs through the holes working from the outside to the inside, and back out, knotting the thong ends on the outside.
While thong trees have been mentioned in oral histories, and there are brief references to them in books and scattered magazine and newspaper articles, no scientific survey--anthropological, botanical, or otherwise--has been conducted about them.
"He is fully clothed somewhere in the mouth of an alley, will disrobe down to a thong and expose himself further in front of female citizens in northwest Denver."
Sandy Trexler of Springdale and her Thong Thang, a hanger for underwear.
Was there any one thong in particular that inspired the song?
Muang Thong general manager Ronnarit Suewaja is reported to have said: "He agreed to play with Muang Thong United as a forward.
If you usually opt for a two-piece, add variety to your lingerie repertoire and try out a figure-hugging corset such as Midnight Grace by Figleaves Azalea basque, pounds 48, and thong with detachable suspenders, pounds 14 (08444 932 932/www.figleaves.com).
THE "THONG SONG" a rap homage to butt-baring bikinis, was released in 1999, several years after I graduated from an ideologically feminist all-women's college.
Berry & black lace full cup bra, pounds 26; matching thong, pounds 14, Charnos @House of Fraser.