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soft-core

1. mod. [of pornography] less revealing or realistic than real life; not showing genitals. They are showing a lot of soft-core stuff on cable and most of the soap operas.
2. mod. less intense or extreme than hard-core. She had a soft-core approach to portraying suffering.
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But heavier soft-core balls were similar or, in one case, worse than the control, a standard "Official League" hard-core baseball.
To support the launch of the BeMicro evaluation board, Arrow Electronics is conducting a multicity workshop that provides attendees with hands-on demonstrations of the board and the use of soft-core processors in FPGA-based embedded systems.
Playboy TV, produced by the Cisneros Television Group (CTG), is a soft-core channel that is already offered by the country's leading MSOs on their pay-per-view or a la carte systems, as well as on satcasters Sky and Galaxy's DirecTV.
The exhibition's title, "Naked Came the Stranger," was taken from an extremely successful soft-core novel by an anonymous group of journalists at the end of the '60s.
the Ydessa Hendeles Foundation in Toronto, includes, among other works, Douglas Gordon's Left is right and right is wrong and left is wrong and right is right, 1999; Maurizio Cattelan's sensational Him, 2001; and a double-decker room of some 1,800 individually framed vintage photographs of teddy bears, discarded family snapshots that Hendeles purchased one by one on eBay over a three-year period: babies with teddies, little girls with teddies, soccer teams with teddy mascots, '30s soft-core porn with teddies, soldiers with teddies--there's more, of course, but sorry, Ydessa, Art forum wouldn't give me the extra pages I'd need to adequately describe this indescribable exhibition.
The board package includes design examples and tutorials showing applications integrating MicroBlaze soft-core processors and PicoBlaze embedded microcontrollers.
TWO MOON JUNCTION (1988): A voyeuristic Madonna clone whose carpet is seven shades darker than the drapes (Twin Peaks's Sherilyn Fenn) has a fling with a mulleted midway worker (the delectably cheesy Richard Tyson) in this Southern-fried soft-core scream.
Abram said, "The game allows users to 'role play' and control how Jenna and her Club Jenna Girls react, what setting they are in, which sex toys they use, and what kind of sex they will have with ultra-realistic soft-core or hard-core scenes.
It's immediately followed by the soft-core ``Oh My God,'' which arouses Pink's raunchier side and features girl-rap provocateur Peaches.
Sensual seaside idylls resemble '60s home movies; a nocturnal romp in which Arenas and his friends sport naked with soldiers suggests a gay soft-core flick.
Targeted at high-performance software defined radio applications, the TS-DK-SDR1 Kit is a highly integrated SDR development kit consisting of the TS Series 6U CompactPCI Commercial Grade C7 Speed Grade dual EP1S80 FPGA computing devices with two PMC sites for expansion, Wave FPGA software tool kit and Altera's soft-core Nios(R) processor SOPC Builder tool kit.
Whatever they are payingBruce Weber to shoot those soft-core Abercrombie & Fitch catalogs, it's not enough.
By intermingling soft-core images of biker pinups with his own photographic portraits, including pictures of his wife and a young female assistant, he calls attention to the way his own images seem just as alluringly authorless as his appropriations.
com has posted stills from some soft-core adult movies he made, such as ``The Virgins of Sherwood Forest'' (2000) and ``Sinful Obsession'' (1999).
If you're a fan of DeCoteau's soft-core, boy-heavy spookiness, you might try his nonvampire flicks The Brotherhood 2: Young Warlocks and Voodoo Academy, both also available on video.