What are the release dates for Never Do Business with Friends - 2011 Take the Risque 1-4?
Never Do Business with Friends - 2011 Take the Risque 1-4 was released on: USA: 18 May 2011 ...
How do you use the expression 'double entrendre' in a sentence?
A double entendre is a word or phrase that can have two meanings, one of which is usually risque or indecent. Everyone laughed at the double entendre, but John just looked around in confusion. ...
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What actors and actresses appeared in Risque - 2014?
The cast of Risque - 2014 includes: Terry Comiskey as M Ryan Crowley as Mr. Blue Wang Da as Chinese Agent Taisce Gillespie as Bill Tanner Cathal Hayde as Q Ledi Hoxha as Moneypenny Jennie Weldon ...
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Why did Barbie use songs from Britney Spears?
Barbie is a popular culture item herself, but to keep herself relevant to her target crowd, she incorporates other pop-culture items and themes. By singing Britney Spears songs, she is able to use some of Britney's risque qualities without being in fact, risque. ...
Asked in Word and Phrase Origins
What is the origin of the word risk?
From the Related Link below: ; risk (n.) : 1661, risque, from Fr. risque, from It. risco, riscio (modern rischio), from riscare "run into danger," of uncertain origin. The Anglicized spelling first recorded 1728. Sp. riesgo and Ger. Risiko are It. loan-words. The verb is from 1687; risky first recorded 1826. ...
Asked in Sentence and Word Structure
What do we call it when a sentence has more than one meaning?
If a sentence can be taken two ways we say it is ambiguous. Words that sound the same are called Homophones, or Homographs if they are written the same way. If one of these were used in a sentence, then it could be called a pun or a play on words if it is a joke, or a double entendre if it is sexual or otherwise risque. Also, there are euphemisms, which are ways of talking around things that are taboo. For instance,...
Is there inapropriate content in Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell?
It may have been risque' in its time, but it's pretty tame stuff by today's standards. ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author F W Risque written?
F. W. Risque has written: 'Title to the Saint Louis Common, with an appendix, containing the legal opinion of Hon. David Barton, laws of the United States, extracts from treaties, laws of the State of Missouri, and ordinances of the city of Saint Louis in relation thereto' -- subject(s): Law and legislation, Land tenure ...