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shag

1
1. a napped fabric, usually a rough wool
2. shredded coarse tobacco

shag

2
another name for the green cormorant (Phalacrocorax aristotelis)
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They leaf through the pages of dictionaries in their own languages to find a less blunt word than "shagged".
In this paper, I will show that The Spy Who Shagged Me completely summarizes Western Civilization as Mr.
The reaction prompted Warners to appeal to get the original title reinstated, and the Film Appeals Committee duly obliged, noting that while it shared the censors' concern that the word "shagged" might offend some members of the public, it thought that "today's educated Singaporeans are more mature and discerning, and will look at the title in a lighter vein."
People in the job market will only assume you shagged a lecturer to get it.
Not known for their decorum, the family shagged and poisoned their way to power in Renaissance Italy.
Andrew: `Because most of us haven't shagged Kylie Minogue, and still think we're in with a chance.'
Mr Crook said: "The joke is that the Austin Powers film The Spy Who Shagged Me was rated as a 12 certificate.
The first Austin Powers film grossed pounds 62m worldwide and The Spy Who Shagged Me starring Liz Hurley took pounds 202m.
The groovy swivel seat was a must-have item for fashionable homes in the 1960s and was recently resurrected in Dr Evil's lair in the smash-hit comedy Austin Powers: The Spy who Shagged Me.
Shakespeare In Love actor Joseph Fiennes will star opposite Graham, who shot to fame in Austin Powers 2: The Spy Who Shagged Me.