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not wearing any clothes

without the usual covering

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completely unclothed

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having no protecting or concealing cover

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(of the eye or ear e.g.) without the aid of an optical or acoustical device or instrument

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devoid of elaboration or diminution or concealment

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lacking any cover

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Through it all, when Payne actually does become something of a hero, it rings true because the well-crafted characters in Illegal are robustly layered, nakedly human, and starkly real.
While some musicians choose to write from the perspective of a character, her songs always sound nakedly autobiographical, even if they're not.
The nakedly emotional content and intimate presentation rival masterworks like Van Morrison's "Astral Weeks.
At risk of sounding mildly paranoid, rarely can a supposedly objective media have been so nakedly rooting for a specific outcome.
Both Shaver and Charbonneau had been told they'd be crazy to take a role requiring them to nakedly play gay.
My answer depends upon the day the question is asked, whether my child has come home upset about some girl drama in her classroom and made my heart ache, or whether some reader from Chicago has e-mailed me about one of my earlier novels, saying the way I wrote so nakedly about race or love or family opened a door for her.
The piece is nakedly autobiographical but physically presents itself through veils.
To avoid - for nakedly political reasons - being accused of "putting prostitutes in the schools," Oregon lawmakers willingly condoned the continued demonization and victimization of women trying to turn their lives around.
At times uplifting, at times heartbreaking, but always powerful and nakedly authentic, this book is about love, loss, trust, sacrifice, about the choices we make and the roads on which they take us, about life itself.
So, how is it that nakedly partisan bloggers who make things up left and right are gaining street cred while the mainstream media, which spend a lot of time criticizing themselves, are under attack?
2) Few architects have expressed their devotion to power and money so nakedly, but down the ages almost all have known the sentiments, however much more carefully they have been clothed in public.
The homeowner then goes to the computer and enters "mold health problems" in an Internet search engine and gets thousands of results, most of which present a nakedly panic-inducing point of view.
In the new, gross-profits tax and levy world, the BHB's motivation sometimes seems as nakedly commercial as that of the big bookmakers.
We realized that not only did we have the September 10 issues to contend with but also the post-September 11 issues--the really nakedly racist and ethnically focused attacks on immigrants, particularly Muslims and people of Middle Eastern descent and Arabs.
Rattling off the names of some 25 right-wing television pundits, Alterman rhetorically inquires, "Who among the liberals can be counted upon to be as ideological, as relentless, and as nakedly partisan as George Will, Bob Novak, Pat Buchanan.