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sleazy

thin or flimsy, as cloth
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But man's need for dark spectacle hasn't gone away, and a new generation of entrepreneurs has found a way to allow people to experience the vicarious thrill of the dark, the sleazy, and the tawdry - all without leaving the safety of their homes.
According to them, every day they reject requests for filming of sleazy clips on the premises - leading many of the wannabe stars to disguise themselves, as tourists to get past the security, which has led to the creation of a crack "catacombs police team" that try to ward off the unwelcome visitors.
Melanie runs her sleazy business from a country mansion near Cardiff, South Wales.
Last year, he sold his Family Channel cable network to Rupert Murdoch, a media entrepreneur best known for the sleazy programming on his Fox Television Network.
Everything associated with porn used to be sleazy, but now it's just cheesy, and Anderson exploits the strip-mall strip-club look like a maestro.
Feingold's disclosure of the radio moguls' salaries may persuade Congress to impose substantial budget cuts - but even a penny for this sleazy operation is too much.
Parents Against Sleazy Television -PAST- Aims to Send Message to Washington and Hollywood: 'Enough'
A SLEAZY lap-dancing club is being flogged as a family home, it has been revealed.
In what might be the strangest career U-turn of all time, Elijah Wood - bestknown as Frodo Baggins - ditches Middle Earth to play a serial killer in a slick but sleazy remake of one of the most notorious of all video nasties.
However, it comes with a price - having to endure the attentions of sleazy and patronising salesmen, the Daily Mail reported.
He sent the boys - aged 12 and 14 - sleazy text messages, putting his hand into one of the boy's pockets.
EVERY year tens of thousands of Irishmen go on sleazy secret holidays for one reason - to buy sex.