In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(pornographic)(magazine) para adultos
- They diminish women by imagining them in a variety of uniforms from the very worst top-shelf publications because they know it's a foolproof way to put them in their place.
- A mix of fiction, journalism and high-quality photography, it's a world away from the usual top-shelf titles.
- He is legendary for supplementing his grant by writing sexual fantasies for the top-shelf magazine Forum but he eventually got a respectable job as a trainee with the Mirror Group.
- The stories filtering out of rugby league and Aussie Rules clubs would turn the stomachs of readers of even the most hardcore top-shelf magazine.
- We get to visit one American women's group which specialises in a form of photography normally associated with top-shelf magazines.
- Scotland on Sunday has learned that BoS provided over £5m in debt financing to a start-up called Remnant Media, which has bought 45 top-shelf magazines from Desmond for £20m.
- Here was top-shelf material being presented down the road from Buckingham Palace.
- You can read more about the ideas behind this magazine - published by a former editor of top-shelf mag Penthouse, no less - here.
- Sounds like a steamy top-shelf publication to us.
- As the author repeatedly points out, the pornographic material he seized wasn't simply more explicit than 18-certificate films or top-shelf magazines.
- And Home Front is sort of like the glossy magazine - it's absolutely unattainable - that's the top-shelf version really, the soft porn.
- What used to be top-shelf is now propped up in the shop window, so heaven only knows what's kept on the top shelf.
- Now there are almost gynaecological references to intimate sexual acts that were once the domain of lovers' pillow talk or top-shelf magazines.
- Little is left to the imagination, the Sunday Herald is reliably informed, as Paula bears all in November's edition of the top-shelf glossy.
- But then even the woman in the corner shop started selling top-shelf porn.
- You've got to be over a certain age to buy a top-shelf mag.
- That was in spite of concerns among some Labour MPs about the newspapers being purchased by a company whose products include top-shelf magazines.
- Naked women belong in top-shelf magazines, not in a publication which should inform on the news of the day (debatable, I concede).
- And have the same prosecutors sought suit against corner shops for selling top-shelf material, which is consistently more explicit and also as accessible?
- So, the more parents let their kids roam around alone online, the more adult checks there will have to be, because the parents expect the purveyors of porn to child-mind them on their behalf and make sure they don't see top-shelf material.
2(first-rate)(product/decor) de primera calidad
- Though they were tagged as a comedy act sometimes, Kyser's band was full of top-shelf pros.
- Then, construct your hero as you might order a drink at the bar of the Four Seasons, ignoring the well brands and calling for top-shelf bottles.
- All drinks, excluding wine and top-shelf pours, are half off.
- In recent months he has hired top-shelf talent to implement the company's transformation plan.
- With a few beers in ya and a 3am curfew, these guys could definitely be top-shelf entertainment.
- This is an outstanding group in terms of the top-shelf talent and the overall depth.
- There's a tall glass-windowed case of top-shelf alcohol.
- That alone is worth saluting, as are the top-shelf graphics, print-like layout and overall spirit of full on music exuberance.
- Having said this, The Two Towers movie has the kind of scenes that send a thrill through the viewer - indicative for me of those rarest of top-shelf movies.
- Ivy League teams don't offer scholarships, but Carril's Princeton squads consistently beat major-conference teams stacked with top-shelf talent.
- It's always frustrating to watch an artist with top-shelf talent reach that inadvertently satiated moment when there's really nothing important to say, nothing to add.
- The Internet has made it very easy for candidates to translate momentum into contributions and volunteers (though not top-shelf organizers).
- I said the line formed just left of the free, top-shelf bar and endless chocolate fondue fountain.
- At only $2.50 a plate, you can afford a top-shelf martini go-with.
- This was a label that dominated musically as well as attracting and nurturing top-shelf vocal talent.
- And the company has hired a top-shelf lobbyist to press its point.
- Crafted from sturdy die-cast aluminum and loaded with brainy features, the E - 10 is as top-shelf as they come.
- Whether you agree with it or not, it's top-shelf legal scholarship.
- The Hotel Sliven was a Communist-era behemoth that I wouldn't recommend to anyone expecting top-shelf service and quality.
- Try the first-rate mojitos, served with a sugar-cane stirrer, or a potent sangria, amped up with top-shelf liquors.
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