Playboy

[lifestyle] A playboy is a wealthy man with ample time for leisure, who demonstratively is a bon vivant (appreciates the pleasures of the world, especially women). The term denotes a flashy womanizer, such as Don Juan, or modern version of a public Casanova. ==Development== Initially the term was used in the eighteenth century for boys who ...
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Playboy

[The Marvelettes song] `Playboy` is a song composed by Brian Holland, Robert Bateman, Mickey Stevenson and singer Gladys Horton, lead vocalist of the Motown singing group The Marvelettes, who recorded the song and released it as a single on Motown`s Tamla imprint in 1962. The single, led by Horton, is about a man who fools around with a lot...
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playboy

[n] - a man devoted to the pursuit of pleasure
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playboy

man-about-town noun a man devoted to the pursuit of pleasure
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Playboy

(from the article `Media and Publishing`) ...Rachael Ray (see Biographies) while still offering readers a hefty dose of recipes, travel, and entertainment value. In April the debut in ...
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Playboy

Playboy is an American soft-porn men's magazine founded in 1953 by Hugh Hefner and world famous for it's 'bunny head' logo. Since the magazine, Playboy has extended into cabaret clubs, the first club being opened in Chicago, Illinois in 1960, famed for their waitresses dressed as 'Playboy Bunnies', a television channel and in 1994 a web site. In 19...
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Playboy

[Brazil] The Brazilian edition of Playboy is a local franchise of Playboy magazine published by Editora Abril in Brazil. The original edition of the magazine was created by Hugh Hefner in the 1950s in the United States. Editora Abril licenses the Playboy trademark and manages all associated brands of Playboy Enterprises in Brazil. ==History...
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