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studly

mod. a virile and attractive male. I had no idea you were going to bring along such a studly guy!
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He calls the studly Assistant in, comes out from behind his desk, and, with the briefest of commanding ideograms, pushes him down on a low couch, thrusting an urgent hand between his legs.
It is unclear whether Zeus played at being a studly swan because Lena was adorable or because it would tweak Hera.
Later, the couples take a yoga class from the resort's studly instructor, Salvadore (Carlos Ponce).
Among other big films: Daniel Craig returns as Bond in "Quantum of Solace;" "Titanic" stars Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio are together again in the domestic drama "Revolutionary Road;" Nicole Kidman reteams with "Moulin Rouge" director Baz Luhrmann for the World War II-era epic "Australia;" Kidman's ex, Tom Cruise, stars in his own World War II tale "Valkyrie;" Frank Langella reprises his stage role as Richard Nixon in Ron Howard's "Frost/Nixon;" "Babel" co-stars Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett reunite for "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button;" Keanu Reeves stars in an update of the sci-fi classic "The Day the Earth Stood Still;" and a bestseller comes to the screen with "Twilight," about a teen's romance with a studly vampire.
Okay, since we're all studly guys that don't let other people "baby-sit" us (right?
The chair is one she has in her home, and sitting contentedly on the rug is her cat, Studly.
No, his lust and attention are focused on Dini Trioli, a beautiful, tall girl in the 10th grade who has also attracted the attention of a studly lacrosse player, Lester Broadside.
Look out, too, for Miranda Hart as desperate mini-cab driver Shelley and Paul Kaye as the freakishly fertile brother-in-law offering his studly services to childless copper Karen - for a small fee.
Tim Ralph that Haggard was already out of rehab and was now "completely heterosexual," just months after his last encounter with the studly Mike Jones, a callboy with whom he'd been having sexual relations for years.
Since 1995 Republican Congressmen Mark Foley has been hitting on some of the studly young pages that come to DC to learn about government.
That changed in 1981 when romance publisher Silhouette accepted Irish Thoroughbred, the story of a girl from the Emerald Isle who came to Maryland and met a nice, studly American horse-farm owner.
For some reason I laughed a full five minutes after reading the following, "The flap is fastened to the body with a simple, durable stud, which I find very appealing, have been called studly at times myself.
While Punk and the other characters are by necessity rather broadly drawn, they are very real and very human, unlike a more widly known F-14 pilot, the heroically talented, lucky, bright, handsome, suave, well tailored, studly, and cheery Commander Rabe of TV's JAG.
Guys don't look studly with a glass the size of a pinky in their hands.
Reardon DC, Cougle JR: Depression and unintended pregnancy in the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth: a cohort studly.