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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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Speaking during the meeting attended by several media outfits, the National President of the NCWS, Dr Laraba Shoda who led members of her executive, condemned the upsurge in public display of nudity citing the recent video spectacle of near-naked girls dancing in full public glare inside a transparent van in Lagos.
Facebook warned Terri, who posted photos of the tattoos to her 10,500 followers, to stop posting "sexual"images, saying they breached nudity guidelines.
"Yes and no," she said on being asked if she ever felt uncomfortable about the nudity.
While nudity may further a choreographer's artistic vision at times, you don't need to participate if it falls outside of your comfort zone or if it's just billed as a way to "build character." What might have slipped under the radar back then is being subjected to enhanced scrutiny now as companies address sexual harassment.
Pine is an A-list actor who's never done full-frontal nudity before, which may have piqued the curiosity of fans and spectators.
This second report shows our enforcement efforts on our policies against adult nudity and sexual activity, fake accounts, hate speech, spam, terrorist propaganda, and violence and graphic content, for the six months from April 2018 to September 2018.
And nudity can have a positive impact on mental health and lead to higher levels of self esteem.
She told digital magazine PorterEdit: "I'm fine with nudity. I have done nudity in the past but I don't do nudity for men's magazines.
It becomes about this one sex scene that involved full-frontal nudity and it's all anyone talks about."
Denver-based birth photographer Monet Nicole Moutrie detailed why she was banned Saturday from Facebook in a blog post dubbed ( "Dear Facebook,"  despite the fact that the video doesn't contain a trace of nudity. 
Angus Malcolm, producer of the Warwick Rowers calendar and LGBT rights activist, said: "The calendar, The calendar, films are a bit the message nudity is more The Warwick book and films are a bit of fun, but the message behind the nudity is more serious.
A FACEBOOK blunder banned a beer festival advert because of nudity laws - all because of Renaissance-style artwork showing a woman's breasts.

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