G-string


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G-string

Music a string tuned to G, such as the lowest string of a violin
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Elementary students from Benguet, Mountain Province, Kalinga and Ifugao, who were all smiles as they danced through the streets here, wore their best indigenous attire such as tapis, a traditional skirt for women, and bahag or G-string, the traditional attire for men.
Ms Lingard herself, her friends and families saw the billboard showcasing her clad in her G-string.
Still, he wore it "all day long," because there was really "no point coming in and out of the g-string" in between shoots.
The Grammy Award winner rapper has commissioned a picture of Kardashian in just a g-string and Louboutins, called "Perfect B***", the Mirror reported.
Steve Dub Nadine Quashie, 27, who took home up to pounds 1,265 on busy nights performing fully clothed, topless or wearing only a G-string, claims she was wrongfully sacked for gross misconduct by Stringfellows in December 2008.
"Is it the G-string one?" I asked like a 10-year-old waiting in anticipation of opening his Christmas presents.
End of Century Poetry: When they started stripping off everything/down to the emotion's nub/while still retaining the G-string of intellect,/I joined in the dance and brought/along my own bongos just to make/separate staccato statements./Earlier I'd been engulfed by all that/understated stuff of old world-/weary music Empson avoided/but his followers didn't.
Champion triple jumper Ashia Hansen posed in a shop window wearing just a bra and G-string to launch a new collection yesterday.
Champion triple jumper Ashia Hansen poses in a shop window wearing just a bra and G-string to help launch a new collection yesterday.
'Sometimes when you see nudity, it can be purer than a seedy girl in a G-string.'
Most skaters were in pairs or groups of friends, and when one guy disrobed to a lame G-string and dove into the pool of the stylish art deco fountain, the hoots he elicited were more jocular than salacious.