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stripper

n. a striptease artist. Strippers from all over assembled here for their fourth annual convention and immediately took off on a sight-seeing tour.
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Across the process line, a mean staple 1 to 2 mm longer is seen with the spindle method compared to the stripper method.
During her performance the stripper gyrates in front of the child, just inches from his face.
Drawing analogies to the 1980s oil slump, some analysts had warned that half of stripper wells could shut if crude prices held below $40 a barrel, helping ease the supply glut and possibly underpinning the prices.
Abandoning a stripper well is often a permanent decision," the Journal reported.
LITTLE Mix babe Jesy Nelson has been given the green light to have male strippers at her hen do, because her Rixton singer fiance Jake Roche wants naked transvestites and dwarves at his own stag party.
That not only washes away any leftover debris but also neutralizes stripper residue.
Around the country, strippers have stepped up their fight for better working conditions.
In the show, the ordinary guys get the idea of raising money by taking their clothes off when they gatecrash their wives' ladies' night and see this stripper.
The Stripper Gripper is also in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
But reports of George fathering a child with a stripper could severely hurt his relationship with Callie.
An alternative to hiring a stripper is to use SimpleStrip.
Wyn Jones, prosecuting, said the teenager had a reddened chest and face because of the paint stripper.
The stripper header removes just the head of grain, leaving the rest of the plant standing to enhance precipitation storage and erosion protection.
CABLE STRIPPER eliminates the need to angle the tool.