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naked ladies

n
(Plants) (functioning as singular) another name for autumn crocus
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BARE NAKED LADIES Women brave the waves to help raise cash for cancer care in Sligo yesterday
Naked ladies in mainstream publications on shop shelves are now deemed inappropriate.
Established in 1994 and possessed by Marty Anderson and Louis Racine, Midnite Hour Productions, with the assist of its 40 dedicated employees, serves clients for example WeDay, Much Music, Luminato and The Bare Naked Ladies.
Some suggested he was surely going to sing to the naked ladies at a nudist beach because, well, we all know what happened last year.
Gordon C Smith @MISTERVICECITY Bare Naked Ladies playing in Edinburgh on the 28th November, who's coming?
Don't confuse this with Colchicum, often called autumn crocus or naked ladies.
Among the singers to record with him were Manic Street Preachers frontman James Dean Bradfield, six-time Grammy award winner Van Morrison and Canadian rock band, The Bare Naked Ladies.
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It's a butch thang) We are the two butches who sat in a casino next to a runway for three hours because we saw a sign outside advertising Bare Naked Ladies.
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One said: "I once had to explain to my eight-year-old daughter why there were two naked ladies on a magazine cover placed right by the queue for the till.
It is just over a decade since a calendar comprising naked ladies from a Women's Institute captured the world's attention, and seven years since their story was turned into a hugely successful film.