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randy

(ˈrændi)
mod. sexually excited or aroused. The town is full of randy sailors when the fleet’s in.
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Lindenman y Bose (2008), Menzel y Bogeholz (2010), Bizerril y otros autores (2007), Tanner (2010), Ballouard, Brischoux y Bonnet (2011), Scott y otros autores (2011), Randier (2008), Benkowitz (2010), Buijs (2009) Ramadoss y Poyya (2011) y Lindemann-Matthies (2006), reconocen que, si bien existe el interes de los estudiantes por temas relacionados con la biodiversidad, presentan dificultades en la comprension de la perdida de biodiversidad y concluyen que la educacion debe proporcionar experiencias frecuentes con el medio natural para fomentar el sentido de pertenencia, el valor de la naturaleza (Buijs, 2009; Wang et al.
L is for LIQUORICE- A study by medic Alan Hirsch found that a waft of liquorice makes men randier.
Who could be angrier, gayer and randier than the ones they've already had?
As well as leaving volunteers with an all-over glow, the drug apparently also suppressed their appetite and left them feeling randier than David Beckham with a fully charged mobile phone.
It's a grand novel filled with allusions, a rollicking, language-rich stew bursting with delight over the friendship of uptight, well-schooled Jim Mack and the randier Doyler Doyle, a smart but poor kid with a useless dad.
After the curtain rises on a tableaux precisely replicating the painting, things rapidly get randier, with the coquettish lass in pink (Mindy Franzese Wild) teasing a presumably aristocratic suitor (Andrew Asnes) while his bored servant (Keith Kuhl) keeps her airborne.
Now we are invited to believe that Al is even randier than his boss, that he did indeed have sex with "that woman", but since the woman is his wife, that's okay.
Spent Men is a smash success; Monica attracts another wealthy patron, who showers her with more money; and sex with B, even after three years have passed, just keeps inspiring even randier metaphors: "I put his cock, which was sweet, like a sleeping puppy, into my mouth, and soon I had a tense hound, straining at the leash.
The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers" tells the stories and the antics of three loveable hippie brothers: cowboy-hatted Freewheeling Frank, mad-inventor Phineas, and Fat Freddy, as well as Fat Freddy's cat, described as meaner than Garfield, smarter than Felix, randier than Fritz and a better mouser than Tom.