kept man


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kept man

A man who does not work and receives money and provisions from his romantic partner. For years, Stella has had a much younger kept man that she brings to all the big events in the city.
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I find this strange because if you think about it, government is kind of like a kept man, whose partner in this relationship called democracy, the put upon spouse, if you like, is us, the citizens.
David struggles with being a kept man since Nikki's windfall, and Karen prepares for the twins' 18th birthdays.
We learn that six months earlier, he stumbled upon the home of forgotten silent movie star Norma Desmond -- played by Gloria Swanson, herself a silent movie star -- and was soon seduced into the life of a tragically kept man, a soul-selling script doctor mercenarily feeding his benefactor's illusions of a dramatic comeback.
Meanwhile David (Robert Bathurst) is on the verge of becoming a kept man as his romance with Nikki continues to the next level.
The findings showed that being a kept man may be dangerous for the health and can increase the risk of suffering heart problems, chronic lung disease and stomach ulcers, Health News reported.
SUNDAY, BBC1, 10.30PM Sir Alex Ferguson: Secrets of Success In this one-off programme, Nick Robinson uncovers how Sir Alex, left, kept Man U at the top.
An unnamed rich lady would like to make Saad her kept man, if the young chap agrees to it, of course.
Sunderland had kept Man U at bay until the penalty incident 25 minutes from time, but Wayne Rooney converted from the spot and also added the second goal five minutes from the end.
It follows the emergence of one in which the former French president admits he was a "kept man" during his time in power.
On the home front, his romance with Ann has progressed and she has moved into Keeper's Cottage and taken a Sergeant's post in York -and people are askingMike what it is like to be a kept man.
"I thought we kept Man City at arm's length in the first half.
'Jamo was considerably busier and made three or four exceptional saves which kept Man City in the game.
'kept man body parts missing prisoner' JUDGES The gang's leader, Steven Johnson, of Manchester, believed Ross owed him money and had been working for a rival criminal group.
I thought that we certainly kept Man City at arm's length in the first half."