zipless


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zipless

(ˈzɪplɪs)
adj
1. (Clothing & Fashion) lacking or without a zip
2. (of a sexual encounter) brief but passionate
3. without energy
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It is precisely someone who lives within a culture of supposedly zipless encounters who is most likely to be unable to take action when she feels uncomfortable.
To be for Clinton, as Tara Isabella Burton noted recently in a retrospective piece for Vox, was to be for a dream of sexual sophistication, a Europe-envying vision of perfect zipless adult bliss.
He made dirty look cleanor as his ingenious counter-crusader, Erica Jong, would say, zipless.
The breakthrough Transcend VXTM collection's zipless technology means it can expand by varying degrees up to 2.
The Easy Dressing collection, which will launch next month, includes buttonless shirts, zipless trousers and skirts and a long-sleeved polo shirt which can be worn with a tie.
That PSAs could also qualify as Article 9 transfers added a cherry on top of zipless automatic perfection, thereby relieving concerns about recharacterization of the transfers as unperfected secured loans which would be vulnerable to avoidance by the FDIC or a trustee in bankruptcy should the sponsor or depositor become insolvent.
But in the past four decades, we have veered from informed discussion about women and their bodies into a raunchy culture of celebrity sex videos and zipless hookups in which women's desire, arousal and satisfaction -- let alone their (or men's) emotional needs -- rarely play a part.
For almost two years, from the time we met to the date that Sappho's Leap appeared in print, Erica and I interacted repeatedly--by e-mail, by airmail, by telephone, in person, and even (when appropriate) by zipless fax.
Now Farmiga is going toe-to-toe with George Clooney as "Up in the Air's" Alex, a woman who loves planes, platinum-card perks and zipless sex as much as his traveling layoff specialist does.
Singh Johal, who runs Singh's Schoolwear, in St Helens, said he had orders for 54-inch waist trousers for high school students and elasticated 26-inch zipless "pull-up" trousers for pupils aged four and upwards.
Unlike traditional iron-on tape, it allows for the creation of easy zipless closures and adjustable hems.