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gay

noun homoerotic, homophile, homosexual, life partner, same sex partner
Associated concepts: gay marriage
See also: jocular
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John Gay was already an established poet and a successful playwright.
On his new role, John Gay said, "The Middle East remains a strong focus for Rolls-Royce as our business and our customer relationships continue to grow.
It's an adaptation of an old play, The Beggar's Opera by John Gay, but by placing it in the region, with a dialogue the children can relate to, it makes it much more meaningful to them.
John Gay, founder of Frisco Financial Planning in Frisco, Texas, thinks he has the answer.
He describes the property in a poem to John Gay written in 1720, strangely in the form of a lament for the absence of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (whom he was later to call 'filthy Sappho') from Saville House, her residence in what is now Heath Street:
Gunns chairman John Gay said the outlook for Gunns' forest products business remained difficult, but timber operations are well positioned to benefit from any recovery in the domestic construction industry.
As an acclaimed photographer in his day, John Gay (London's Historic Railways, 1972) didn't make ordinary structures and people appear more dramatic, which is perhaps why Gay's work went out of fashion but is receiving attention again.
Amoruso, principal of Oxford & Simpson; CIBS vice president David Pannetta; CIBS treasurer Gary Joel Schacker; CIBS secretary Jack Britvan; John Gay, presient of Gold Coast Bank; CIBS president Jeff Schwartzberg and Thomas J.
Lt John Gay, deputy spokesman for the US Fifth Fleet in Bahrain, said that all Korean and American sailors were back on their ships by yesterday morning.
Localized drink taxes are definitely on our radar," says John Gay, senior vice president of government affairs and public policy.
John Gay, senior vice president of the National Restaurant Association, also maintains that a number of Republicans who voted last year in favor of the House measure - which makes the act of being an illegal immigrant a felony - now say privately they have ``buyer's remorse.
John Gay is vice president of government relations for the International Franchise Association.