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How To Use outcall In A Sentence

  • She worked for a service in midtown where she did in and outcalls.
  • Emboldened, she takes my hand in hers breaking the “look don't touch” rule of respectable outcall lap dancers everywhere. The Widow Teasdale and the Ineffable Warmth of Personal Services
  • Powell says that keywords like "outcall massage" or "young" or "innocent" are posted by pimps and traffickers as a way to indicate to potential pedophiles that a minor is being sold. Marissa Louie: Craigslist Saga: Sex Ads Get Pushed Elsewhere, but Kroobe Says No
  • Also, Escort girls New York are now available for incall and outcall services for almost all the New York locations. McNamara, Turner & Dutkiewicz - The Last Realm: Book One, Dragonscarpe (Book Review)
  • And unlike the outcall ladies, who visit the client in his space, having a dedicated workspace means you're a fixed target.
  • Others wising up to the concept of variety conduct business both on an outcall (hotel, your house) and incall (you going to them) basis.
  • An independent escort is usually someone who offers both incalls and outcalls.
  • Powell, who is one of the most vocal figures combating human trafficking in the United States, claims that she still finds dozens of sex trafficking ads spread across various sections of Craigslist including "outcall massage" ads in the Therapeutic Services section of Craigslist. Marissa Louie: Craigslist Saga: Sex Ads Get Pushed Elsewhere, but Kroobe Says No
  • Well, he wants me to do an outcall, for starters.
  • Over 20 factors were analyzed amongst the DUI attorneys sampled, including whether free consultations are offered, if a lawyer is willing to do 'outcall' (meaning they will meet with potential clients outside the office), how aggressive the defense of the client is, the degree to which each client is offered access to their lawyer, how much time is spent with each client talking by phone or over email, and other factors. WebWire | Recent Headlines
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