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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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Some good quality bread toasted is all you need to serve and in my top tip I'll give you some alternative ideas for your baked eggs if you don't like smoked haddock EGGS EN COCOTTE WITH SMOKED HADDOCK INGREDIENTS/SERVES 4 n 4 large eggs n 50g Softened butter plus extra for greasing n 1/2 leek n 140g smoked haddock n 200ml double cream n 1 bay leaf n 1tsp chopped fresh chives n 1tsp chopped fresh parsley n 60g mature cheddar grated n Salt and freshly ground black pepper METHOD 1 Place the smoked haddock in a pan with the cream and the bay leaf.
La presentation liminaire omnisciente du clan Verdurin mentionne << une personne presque du demi-monde, Mme de Crecy >>--une << cocotte >> (I, 185-86).
There are two options for patrons: 500 grams of mussels served in the traditional cocotte with an open side of fries for $25 or the special "Gogo" option with 1 kg of mussels served with open fries and alcohol for less than $50.
Oeufs en cocotte 1 egg per person 50g spinach 1 rasher of streaky bacon Pinch of nutmeg 1 tbsp cream 25g Parmesan Handful of chives Method Preheat over to 180C/gas mark 4.
El pot au feu, la petit marmite, les oeufs cocotte o los omelette fines herbes, de la cuisine fiancaise de los bouns gourmets, sin salir de casa.
(I have often argued that this optical/conceptual hybrid was present in the early work of the New York artist, Sol LeWitt, who flatly denied it.) Yet in Soto there is a consistent trajectory as he moves from the early abstract paintings to the serial grids, then to the suspended forms, as in "La Cocotte" (1956), a section of an incomplete open cube that would predate both Francois Morellet and again LeWitt by several years.
The Table d' hote menu gave us a choice of a two or three-course meal featuring bisque and Duck Egg Cocotte for starters.
Ooh, I love eggs en cocotte. They are basically eggs baked in ramekins.
The second is the "cocotte," a female slave who entertained her mistress even as she often stood in sexual competition with the white woman.
Last night, Byrne said diners can expect British favourites such as beerbattered Fleetwood scampi, along with some of his own classics, including Rose veal rack with wild mushrooms, broad beans, cocotte potatoes and white port cream sauce.
Yarmouth debut winner Lucayan Princess stayed on gamely to hold off the maiden Cocotte, who would later produce Pilsudski for Ballymacoll and feature as the third dam of Group 1 winners Youmzain and Creachadoir.
Todas las cosas se visten de una [vaguedad profunda; palidas nieblas evocan la nostalgia [de Paris; hay en el aire perezas de "cocotte" [meditabunda.