Peeping Tom


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Peeping Tom

stricken blind for peeping as the naked Lady Godiva rode by. [Br. Legend: Brewer Dictionary]

Peeping Tom

struck blind for peeping at Lady Godiva. [Br. Legend: Brewer Dictionary, 403]

Peeping Tom

illicitly glanced at the naked Godiva. [Br. Legend: Brewer Dictionary, 815]
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But as a whole, Peeping Tom feels like it was made yesterday - the mark of a truly great film.
There weren't enough literate Peeping Toms to please advertisers, and even those--happily--had short attention spans.
The peeping Tom allegations exposed by the ECHO in January were just the first of a series of damaging accusations against Sefton's security service.
A HI-TECH peeping Tom secretly filmed guests as they walked around naked at his luxury bed and breakfast retreat, a court heard yesterday.
When the Peeping Tom escalated to breaking into the girls' bedrooms to watch them sleep, and muffling their frightened cries when they awoke, Demitropoulos grew determined to put an end to the growing crisis.
A rare bust of legendary voyeur Peeping Tom has gone on display at a Coventry pub after being removed from the city in the 1960s.
The Mirror was fined pounds 50,000 for contempt over an article claiming he was a Peeping Tom and The Sun pounds 18,000 for contempt over another story.
A PEEPING tom caught spying on two girls claimed he was trying to revive an old island courting custom.
FOUR men arrested in a council CCTV peeping tom investigation have appeared for the first time at Liverpool crown court.
Her favorite barb from Hope: ``A peeping Tom threw up on your window sill.
In August this year the Daily Mirror revealed how Edwards was being investigated by police over Peeping Tom allegations.