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Synonyms for playboy

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a man devoted to the pursuit of pleasure

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Singer and actress Nancy Sinatra, who posed for Playboy in her 50s, paid tribute to the publishing mogul as "one of the nicest men I've ever known", adding: "Godspeed, Hugh Hefner.
html) he stepped down as CEO and turned over all the magazine's business operations to his daughter, Christie, who expanded the company and guided its cable TV channel but closed down the Playboy Clubs.
Andy Warhol is the primary influence in my career; he famously created a Playboy cover cementing the relationship between Playboy and Pop Art, and paving the way for artists like me.
8220;Excellent features, stunning graphics and a life you want to live are just some of the reasons the Playboy slot is going to be the biggest online games release of 2013,” added Lamonte.
Country: , USASector: MediaTarget: Playboy Enterprises IncBuyer: Icon Merger Sub Inc, Icon Acquisition Holdings LP, Hugh HefnerType: P2PStatus: AgreedComment: Offer expires, buyer has 84.
Fuller has created several oil paintings for and about Playboy, from founder Hugh Hefner to Playboy Bunnies, but her paintings are not the images typically found in the iconic men's magazine.
The exclusive party will take place this Friday and many of the Playboy bunnies are expected to jet into Dublin to sip champagne in Lillie's alongside a number of Dublin's top party people.
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.
As senior vice president of Playboy Enterprises International, fashion designer Aaron is part of a global juggernaut generating more than pounds 355million in sales across 130 countries.
And how those scumbags at Playboy are exploiting the situation.
Thus, with the debut of rock 'n roll and Playboy magazine, and the publication of such novels as Lolita (1955) and Peyton Place (1956), the 1950s are seen as an era of increased sexual titillation, while the portrait of the sixties--with its free love, coed dorms and oral contraceptives--is one of increased sexual activity.
International entertainment giant Playboy Enterprises, publisher of the No.
Yet Buckley would eventually consent to be interviewed by Playboy and write several essays for the smut magazine.
Christie Hefner has a picture of herself as a baby sitting on the lap of her father, Hugh, as he worked on the first issue of Playboy on his Royal typewriter.