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a viewer who gives a flirtatious or lewd look at another person

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Antoinette de Langeais Jeanne Balibar Armand de Montriveau Guillaume Depardieu Princesse de Blamont-Chauvry Bulle Ogler Vidame de Pamiers Michel Piccoli Le Duc de Grandlieu Barbet Schroeder
Belle Toujours," Drama; producers, Miguel Cadhile, Serge Lalou; director, Manoel De Oliveira; cast, Michel Piccoli, Guile Ogler.
A fellow ogler at the capital's College of Fashion said: 'The body language said it all - she was delighted to be there.
Thierry Ogler in Sao Paulo examined the oil and construction industries.
With: Jeanne Balibar, Bulle Ogler, Eva Truffaut, Renaud Becard, Valerie Crunchant, S.
Latin Trade turned to Thierry Ogler, a veteran correspondent in Sao Paulo, to assess the Lula effect.
On the way, of course, he gets himself disgracefully inebriated - at which point he reveals that, as well as being an ogler, he is also a bit of a yob.
Seaside" (Bord de Mer), producer, Alain Benguigui; director, Julie LopesCurval; cast, Bulle Ogler, Helene Filieres.
THE Defence Housing Authority park in Zamzama has two walking tracks while its open-air gym attracts thousands of walkers, joggers and, yes, the regular oglers.
Sparing the oglers, of course, who have to play charity and weep crocodile tears.
That was great for the oglers out there, but the 'grand entrance' took so long to play out that it dampened the excitement of the (too extended) scene.
Do you honestly think David Cameron, a man loaded enough to be able to travel club class every time he flies, would choose to sit in a cramped seat where he's on full view, shoving paprika Pringles down his neck, and prone to the odd habits of nosey oglers with cameras?
However, not only was this essay written before the publication of his best and most mature work, but it is insistently predictive and conditional rather than descriptive, as in, for instance, this much-cited passage: "The next real literary 'rebels' in this country might well emerge as some weird bunch of anti-rebels, born oglers who dare somehow to back away from ironic watching, who have the childish gall actually to endorse and instantiate single-entendre principles" (81).