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n. a person who receives payment for sexual intercourse or other sexual acts, generally as a regular occupation. Although usually a prostitute refers to a woman offering sexual favors to men, male prostitutes may perform homosexual acts for money or receive payment from women for sexual services. A woman prostitute who is sent on a "date" to the hotel room or residence of a male customer is commonly referred to as a "call girl." (See: pander, panderer, prostitution)

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He also had to prepare four pieces of turned carrot suitable for a garnish and four pieces of turned potato, suitable for a cocotte - a small casserole - and finely chop chives.
Les gendarmes de la brigade de Racheiga, dans la wilaya de Tiaret, en patrouille, ont immobilise un semi-remorque cocotte a ciment de marque MAN pour controle.
Khoo landed a job at culinary bookstore and tea salon La Cocotte.
A The classic dish of baked eggs, or eggs en cocotte, is made by breaking eggs into buttered ramekins and topping with a little cream and seasoning before baking in a bain marie or water bath in the oven.
Bred on the same cross that produced Group 3 winner Danehill Music, as well as high-class juvenile Salut D'Amour, Barronstown Stud's colt hails from the clan of Cocotte, which is growing increasingly important.
It has also seen its core accounts expand beyond the traditional cocotte and French oven items, getting into other cast iron products such as grills and its honeycomb line.
Pan-fried sea bream is served with cocotte potatoes, mange tout, braised shallots and Cromer crab and mussel broth as appealing as a bright day on the east coast.
It's something you'd add to the dish you're making - whether it's scrambled eggs or egg en cocotte or something - fairly late in the cooking process, so you don't spoil or remove all this wonderful flavour that's there.
Vollmoeller had in a mind a ballet for her [Josephine], a story about a cocotte [kept woman ], and was proposing to finish it this very night and put it in Reinhardt's hands.
For our main courses Gwenllian chose duck breast with a shallot tart, cocotte potatoes and herb jus, while I had grilled rib eye steak with a green peppercorn and wild mushroom sauce from the specials board after a close contest with the 10oz Welsh Black rump steak also on offer.
Le Creuset cast iron 18cm round cocotte cooking pot pounds 26 (pounds 52)
THE South Wales Echo has teamed up with Kitchens, to offer three lucky food club members the chance of winning a 22cm Le Creuset round cocotte (RRP pounds 72).