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  • There is a perceived raciness to the course, sure.
  • His prose is sometimes exaggeratedly witty, but vigor and raciness are ubiquitous.
  • Extremes of cobbiness or raciness are undesirable in shows.
  • It was the increasingly absurd raciness on television.
  • He said that despite the raciness of her films she herself claimed little sexual experience.
  • No hint of raciness in public advertisements.
  • In 1934, the Hays Office suggestions for eliminating raciness from the American screen became binding.
  • But if you're missing that weekly dose of raciness, there's HBO.
  • Their austerity comes as an almost welcome relief from the unremitting raciness of the main text.
  • This is Cabaret said of Miss Behave that she  imprints the evening with unapologetic raciness and sardonic mockery.
  • The wines occasionally lack the raciness of the best Sancerres, but the best of them can be sharp and refreshing.
  • We can leave to researchers the resolution of the difficult calibration of proper raciness for early, middle and late afternoons.
  • Still, for all the heat, glam and raciness of his clothes, there is an underlying classicism to Versace's work.
  • Such implied raciness has an obvious, fun-loving appeal as a name for the next decade, but Child notes an interesting drawback.
  • Angered by the raciness of his translations the Queen told Harington that he was to leave and not return until he had translated the entire poem.
  • But the raciness of it put the stock off limits to some institutional investors, contributing to the midyear plunge in Playboy Enterprises'share price in 2001.
  • Of course, everyone might want to take Dean's definition of raciness with maybe a few pounds of salt, since he also had this to say about the cartoon:
  • The clever raciness of her songs was submerged in chants, self-promotion and spectacle _ another way for a smart woman to get by in the hip-hop era.
  • People talk about the raciness of today's starlet's barely there costumes but Marie Antoinette and her contemporaries managed somehow to exude lust from their many layers of clothing.
  • In the New World, the British sports car of the immediate pre-Beatles era conveyed a strange alloy of silk-shirt raciness and pipe-smoking tweediness, which suited him.
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