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steamy

mod. lewd; sensuous; passionate. Hank and Bess were having a steamy session on the couch.
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LONDON -- A high-profile phone-hacking trial in Britain turned considerably steamier Thursday when the prosecution revealed in court that the two most senior editors of News of the World had an affair lasting more than six years -- during the period at issue in the trial, and while both married other people.
Viewers saw Ashley at the independent Plaza cinema in Waterloo where he saw a short film of some of his steamier scenes from Hollyoaks.
Hang on, Libra, things get even steamier towards the end of the month so for now, it maybe best to play the field rather than go for a goal.
30% No Black Lace decided to stop commissioning new titles in 2009 but recently they announced they were relaunching later this year and promised tales that are even steamier than Fifty Shades .
Bennett fans put off by the subject matter need not worry, this is as tasteful an exploration of the steamier side of life as you can ever expect to read.
Ruth Jones plays the "fat, funny lady" whose private life hid a much steamier side, Jacques being caught up in a very English love triangle between her husband, Dad's Army star John Le Mesurier, and the toy-boy chauffeur she moved into their family home.
To save the movie, the director decides to make it steamier and win a Restricted rating by adding nude shots of his wife, but Edwards was accused of manipulating Andrews.
Since then, the love affair between television and football has only gotten steamier, with breakthrough technologies like robot-commanded cameras and high-definition resolution enriching the appeal of a sport that plays beautifully in the living room.
But Henson also revealed keeping himself under control could be an issue in some of the steamier routines like the tango.
things started getting steamier," recalls Banerjee.
From the looks of her latest videos, though, Ciara is leaning toward steamier material, perhaps realizing that a little skin can go a long way.
And the pensioner, from Rugby, Warwickshire, admits her books are getting steamier the older she gets.
Now in his Showtimes series "Californication," Duchovny returns to steamier times as Hank Moody, a writer whose self-loathing is only equaled by his appetite for beautiful women.
Be warned that such tents can get steamier than an Andrew Davies TV adaptation in the height of summer.
But this was something far more full on, steamier and funnier, performed by an extremely competent amateur cast.