harlot


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role in the Cold War by making Harlot a hero or villain.
Charlotte, who has returned to her brunette roots after finding fame as a blonde, was thrilled to dress up for our pictures, but is keen to shake off that harlot tag.
She was labelled Charlotte the Harlot after a fling on the island with fellow contestant Adrian Bauckham.
She is called a harlot, though translators admit that word also means innkeeper.
Charlotte was dubbed The Harlot after a fling with contestant Adrian Baukham but managed to patch up her marriage to policeman Mark.
Prince Philip called Diana a trollop and a harlot and said she was damaging the Royal Family.
With nothing as rhyme-worthy as Charlotte the Harlot, newspapers will soon lose interest.
The Hero and the Harlot (BBC2) offered an engaging account of how the hero of the Nile found himself the leading player in an 18th century tabloid love rat tale.
And as any self-respecting harlot will tell you, the money is always more important than your reputation.
Declaring, "I'm not a harlot," the 25-year-old said TV bosses edited shows to back contestant Adrian Bauckham's affair claims as ratings fell.
BIG Brother contestant Lisa was beaten in a beauty contest by reality TV star Charlotte the Harlot.
The former policewoman, from Rhoose, near Cardiff, was labelled Charlotte the Harlot during her time on the show after a fling with a fellow contestant.
So bring on Jade (right), Charlotte The Harlot, Darius, etc.
Hobrough, who gave up her job as a policewoman when she won the pounds 1m, was dubbed Charlotte the Harlot after a fling on the island with fellow contestant Adrian Bauckham.
His wife, dubbed Charlotte the Harlot after an on-air fling, won pounds 1million in Survivor's first series.