stunner


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stunner

n. a stunningly good-looking woman. Did you see that stunner who just came in?
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But being a Sunday Stunner finalist has put a real smile on my face
The stunner, who plays sultry barmaid Sam Failsworth, had a massive crush on Champagne Charlie when she was a teen-ager.
Off screen the superfit stunner keeps in shape by skating and horse riding.
A burly, six foot, hairy-chested stunner to be precise.
Now long-legged Dani is hoping to bounce back by winning our Sunday Stunner 2006 title.
The stunner could follow in the footsteps of Miss World winner Aishwarya Rai, who is now one of Bollywood's biggest stars.
The 19-year-old stunner was presented with the touchy-feely task while travelling with band mates Mutya Buena and Heidi Range in Germany.
A 26-point career-high game from a big ol' softy Dan Gadzuric against the athletic Bearcats is no stunner.
PAUL MURRAY scored a 71st minute stunner as Shrewsbury snatched three points against luckless Exeter to remain unbeaten.
My favourite is definitely Nell McAndrew - such a stunner she could turn a gay man straight.
The sleek stunner is to be called Phaeton - after the name of the factory where it will be built in Dresden.
As we watch the erstwhile Hobbit Frodo Baggins (Elijah Wood, perfectly cast) and his merry band of wizards, elves and flawed humans try to return a hypnotically powerful ring of evil to the fiery pit where it was forged, Jackson peels back layer upon layer of Tolkien's Middle-earth world, each new revelation a stunner, each new adventure an affirmation of brotherhood.
Anyway, the new stunner from Norfolk is powered by a modified 3.
The blonde stunner told I-Spy: 'There's a really fit boy in it and I had to kiss him.
VALE'S incredible surge up the table continued as Marc B r i d g e - W i l k i n s o n ' s first-half stunner secured a seventh win in eight games.