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Playboy

monthly magazine renowned for nude photographs. [Am. Pop. Cult.: Misc.]
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According to Carrie Pitzulo's study, Bachelors and Bunnies: The Sexual Politics of Playboy, panelists "primarily fixated on inane debates" (Pitzulo 31).
From late 1959 through 1960, he held his first jazz festival, hosted his first TV show and opened his initial Playboy Mansion in Chicago.
Playboy Enterprises, Inc (NYSE: PLA) (NYSE: PLAA), a US-based media company that manages the Playboy magazine, has announced the official opening of Playboy Club London, on June 4, 2011.
Hugh founded men's magazine Playboy in 1953, having put the first issue together on the kitchen table in his flat.
The offer, which expired on 3 March, was subject to a 50% acceptance by Playboy minority holders, the buyer said, adding it now owns a total of 88.7% of Playboy's combined class A and B shares and around 97% of its class A stock.
The firm also provides a secure e-commerce platform in support of the ad campaign, which allows users to purchase the Playboy fragrances with their cellphones.
The subjects of Fuller's work range from celebrity icons to children, but she is best known for her vibrant paintings of Playboy icons.
In Twynholm, I was three miles from school and 30 miles from a town with even the most basic entertainment, like a cinema or a McDonalds, "The Playboy world could hardly have been further away, even when I got into motorsport through karting and watching F1 on the BBC.
Playboy: Hugh Hefner and the American Dream (2008, John Wiley & Sons, 529 pages, U.S.$29.95), author Steven Watts takes an in-depth look at the man behind Playboy magazine and numerous other Playboy Media endeavors that helped to reshape the world's perception of sex.
Playboy has fallen in love with the programming format of Current, the 24/7 network co-owned by Gore, which fills its schedule with short-form items covering trends (technology, fashion, etc.) and issues (the environment, relationships), all of it aimed at young-adult viewers.
Eagle Transfer has been working with Playboy Enterprises as it renovates its 65,000 s/f of office space at 730 5th Avenue.