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free show

slang The opportunity to see all or some of one's (usually a woman's) naked body, typically because it has been accidentally exposed. My blouse slipped down, and I ended up giving that cute guy at the bank a free show—how mortifying! I quickly wrapped the towel around me so that I didn't give any passersby a free show.
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free show

n. a peek at a private part of someone’s body, usually a woman. Martin looked like the type who was always waiting for a free show that was never to be.
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To register your EV for the free show, visit driveelectricweek.org/event.php?eventid=1272.
Dubai's South Asian community theatre group, Goonj Productions, is organising the free show in support of UAE's Year of Giving 2017 initiative.
The free show is on from 10am-4pm today at Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall, where young people can meet NHS, motor industry, IT and digital sector, as well as engineering firms.
The free show starts at 2pm and will last around and hour and a half.
The free show is made up of three solos inspired by hip-hop, BMX and art of movement, exploring the relationship between identity and territory.
The free show It will be staged on September 14 and 15 by Birmingham and District Bee Keepers Association A spokesman said: "It will give people a chance to find out all about the fascinating craft of beekeeping.
Children alongwith their parents are invited to see the free show.
THE free show is on Saturday, January 12, at 2pm at the Bro Ddyfi Leisure Centre.
Songs in Arabic and Swedish featured at the free show, and PNN photographer Lo Yuk Fai was on hand to document the event: Zaridash performs in cities throughout the West Bank, but holds weekly rehearsals in Quaker Hall in Ramallah.
Fashion guru Caryn Franklin offers advice on How To Look Good in the Pavilions as part of the citywide Style Birmingham Live, taking place between Friday and Sunday (Sept 23-25) Clothes Show star Caryn will be hosting the free show three times each day on the Pavilions High Street Level and will draw on the latest trends from the mall's retailers.
The free show takes place at Shot in the Dark on the capital's City Road from 1pm, but any donations raised go to Lapidus Cymru, which promotes writing and reading as a means of encouraging personal health and wellbeing.
The free show, organised by the group Young People in Northumberland (YPiN), will also include entertainment by dancers and singers.
The free show is being held by The Northern Region Film & Television Archive (NRFTA), in collaboration with Tyne & Wear Archives and Museums.
The free show marked the group's film debut, alongside Britain's Got Talent winners Diversity and George Sampson.
Organisers said that while huge crowds flocked to the free show, none of the aircraft were able to perform owing to poor visibility over the sea.