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stunner

n. a stunningly good-looking woman. Did you see that stunner who just came in?
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Golden Stunner holds very strong form claims in the Breeders Backing Racing EBF Maiden Fillies' Stakes, a race in which there are some very interesting newcomers, on paper at least.
Honda Motor Company (NYSE: HMC)(TYO: 7267), a Japan-based automaker, is withdrawing production of its the CB Stunner 125cc in India.
SHARP: Fantastic graphics FAST-PACED: A true stunner of a game
htm) Kalyan Jewellers campaign , Aishwarya was every inch the stunner donning a mermaid gown adorned with gold bangles.
STYLE Vanquish STUNNER The V12 Vantage Roadster is one of two new Aston Martins
Stunner But Zaha fired Palace ahead on 13 minutes at the end of a slick move started by the Eagles starlet.
The model stunner revealed she has been plagued by a twisted stalker who constantly phoned her mobile and even turned up at her apartment.
The Stunner interceptor redefines the performance/cost value equation for terminal missile defense," said Mike Booen, vice president of Advanced Security and Directed Energy Systems for Raytheon Missile Systems.
The sleek stunner is to be called Phaeton - after the name of the factory where it will be built in Dresden.
Off screen the superfit stunner keeps in shape by skating and horse riding.
EVERYONE agrees this year's local carnival queen is a real stunner.
GORGEOUS Dani Daley is bidding to win our Sunday Stunner 2006 competition - after her Miss England dreams ended in tears.
For veterans like DeVries, DuBois and Liz DeWaalMalefyt, returning to the NAIA tournament offered a chance to redeem the first-round stunner the then No.
The 6ft stunner was bright-eyed and bushy-tailed modelling in the Patrick Thomson Show at London's Brick House.
Last week's stunner Millenium Royal put Scope disciples 312 points in profit for 2007.