Recent Examples of call girl from the Web
March organizer Becki Murphy -- an adoption attorney from Tulsa who shared the idea in a Facebook group for female lawyers called Girl Attorney -- said the teachers' action was affecting mothers' ability to work.
In 1961, Secretary of State for War John Profumo cheated on his actress wife with a London call girl named Christine Keeler—who also happened to be seeing a Soviet naval officer.
Thai police arrested a Belorussian call girl whose tell-all book and Instagram posts inadvertently exposed ties to the Kremlin of a Russian billionaire who’d done business with Paul Manafort, President Trump’s embattled former campaign manager.
So who’s going to spring to get the Russian call girl out of Thai jail?
The National Archives on Thursday made public more than 2,800 documents related to Kennedy’s 1963 assassination, including the 1960 call girl memo.
The official said investigators were interviewing other call girls for information and looking into at least a dozen cruises Paddock took in the last few years, including one to the Middle East.
The other finalists in the student poll were a NCAA investigator and a Hugh Freeze call girl.
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CALL GIRL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of call girl for English Language Learners
: a prostitute who arranges to meet with men who call her on the telephone
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