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NUDE. Naked. Figuratively, this word is applied to various subjects. 2. A nude contract, nudum pactum, q.v.) is one without a consideration; nu de matter, is a bare allegation of a thing done, without any evidence of it.

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And, of course, body paint and nudity are hallmarks of the annual Oregon Country Fair in Veneta.
Skin took his private obsession online and forever altered the public's concept of "celebrating nudity in film.
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Now experts have calculated the average percentage of nudity on show in every decade since the 1950s, by selecting 10 iconic photographs.
n The first theatre to use nudity in the UK in the 20th century was The Windmill Theatre in London which from the 1930s onwards would have a number of naked women on stage at one time in a nude tableau.
It is not necessary because, as the law stands, public nudity is not illegal.
The male nudity tums the straight men off and, as it is not emphasized for entertainment value (as in NBS), doesn't seem to be a magnet for women either.
The nudity was refreshing because it's all in the woods and it doesn't feel naughty or unnatural like other movie nudity.
Presenters Ant and Dec boobed after they hosted a teatime show with nudity and a saucy scene with a waitress, earning a rebuke from a TV regulator today.
Natasha, who played an evil alien in the film, said fans were "disrespectful" to her because of all the nudity.
Finally, full frontal nudity has recently arrived at the regular movie houses as well.
But the measures were so sloppily worded they would have prohibited nudity in all businesses, on all public lands, and, in some cases, in private homes.

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