Maybe there is simply no way to avoid this double entendre
Based on these arguments, the applicant argued that its mark creates a double entendre
or pun, which in turn creates an incongruity showing that pregnancy text is not merely descriptive.
The new policy on double entendre
names reads: "Aesthetically unsuitable names such as, Tip House, Pit Lane will be avoided, or names capable of deliberate misinterpretation like Hoare Road, Typple Avenue, Swag House, etc.
Wonders of Life (BBC Two, tonight, 9pm) | ONE of the best things about BBC Two's Stargazing Live is not just those incredible facts about the universe, but the banter between Brian Cox and Dara O' Briain, especially the odd double entendre
they try to get away with before the watershed.
Le ministere de la Sante et le ministere charge des relations avec le parlement et la societe civile viennent de rendre public un communique, dementant categoriquement des informations, vehiculees par certains medias, laissant entendre
qu'il y aurait une certaine correspondance accusant le ministre de la Sante le Pr Louardi de [beaucoup moins que]depravation[beaucoup plus grand que].
Even the show's title plays with language switching: "No proof, no commentary, no double entendre
With an eye to the bawdy and lascivious double entendre
of the original work, the annotations provide detailed analysis of linguistic turns and hidden meanings often not found in more traditional editions, based on newer, edited versions of the text.
Apparently there's some kind of lavatorial double entendre
Chesty telly chef Nigella Lawson claims she never uses sexual double entendre
to flog her food.
She says that the cow belt films are replete with vulgar scenes, double entendre
dialogue and uncouth sequences.
But you get the feeling he took distinct pleasure in the title as a double entendre
for the impact the vocoder's dance commands made on Miami's shoreline, the city being well and good 'til robo-voiced, heavy bass music started rattling jeeps.
A woman walked into a bar and asked for a double entendre
, so the barman gave her one.
L'American Journal of Clinical Nutrition a publiE[umlaut] les rE[umlaut]sultats d'une E[umlaut]tude qui laisse entendre
qu'associE[umlaut] Ea un entraEnement physique le lait faciliterait la perte de poids.
Sooner than later, this nomadic troubadour had the opportunity to divulge his humorous guarachas (characterized by their risque lyrics' double entendre
format) through the airwaves of Holguin's CMKO, but he didn't step into the spotlight until the 1960s, when one of his amusing and picaresque guarachas (El guayabero) was internationally popularized by Pacho Alonso & Los Bocucos.
In Shadow Hearts: Covenant, Joachim Valentine, vampire and pro wrestler, spouts mountains of double entendre
as he fights his way through the Man Festival, which culminates in, well--gay sex.