The swimsuit photos that are posted by some are often interpreted as being a come-on for one-nighters and "no-strings-attached" arrangements.
For example, the summer 2010 collection boasts a boot called "Will You…", purportedly a suggestive come-on given that the boot's ankle is wrapped snugly in bondage-inspired leather straps.
No, come on in.
Oh, come on now.
"If you want to talk later, come on by Bird Song—" "Now!
In three days, Darkyn may come on behalf of his mate to collect by any means necessary.
Why don't you come on out and ask your questions while I'm getting something done?
I'll come on over as soon as I'm finished with the attorneys.
Sarah argued, Oh, come on.
No, I'm good, come on in.
Oh, come on Katie.
Change into the mosquito gear and come on out.
Dean tossed it back on the table as Hunter said, "If this were the movies, that matchbook would be to a Hootchy-Cootchy night club where some sexy broad would come on to us both and then get her throat slit by a gangster boyfriend."
The original telephone call had come on April sixth.
Sometimes I come on a little too strong—half the time I don't know myself if I'm kidding or serious.
Later, as she was drying off, she heard the shower in their bedroom come on.
Well, come on in and have some coffee with us.
He couldn't remember what happened, only that one of his episodes had come on when he was in the pillar of magic.
When did the electricity come on?
On the 1st of June he was joined by a frigate and two line-of-battle ships sent with orders from Rochefort, and was told to remain in the West Indies till the 5th of July, and if not joined by Ganteaume to steer for Ferrol, pick up the French and Spanish ships in the port, and come on to the Channel.
This was Andre, who had come on a visit of sympathy.
The majority of the white farmers in Kok's territory sent a deputation to the British commissioner in Natal, Henry Cloete, asking for equal treatment with the Griquas, and expressing the desire to come on such terms, under British protection.
- The external forces acting on a bridge may be classified as follows: (t) The live or temporary load, for road bridges the weight of a dense crowd uniformly distributed, or the weight of a heavy wagon or traction engine; for railway bridges the weight of the heaviest train likely to come on the bridge.
In manufacturing districts and near large towns loads of 30 tons may come on road bridges, and county and borough authorities insist on provision being made for such loads.
Live Load on Railway Bridges.-The live load is the weight of the heaviest train which can come on the bridge.
for any bridge member is found for the maximum possible live load, a live load which though it may sometimes come on the bridge and must therefore be provided for, is not the usual live load to which the bridge is subjected.
Next let the loads advance a distance a so that W2 comes to C. Then the shear at C is R(n+a)/l - WI, plus any reaction d at B, due to any additional load which has come on the girder during the movement.
Dr Howley, who was nothing if not pompous, answered that he had come on state business, to which everything, even sleep, must give place.
In 1836 Prince Albert, who was born in the same year as his future wife, had come on a visit.
His descendants (who from the 13th century onwards styled themselves De Avan or D'Avene) established, under the protection of the castle, a chartered town, which in 1372 received a further charter from Edward Le Despenser, into whose family the lordship had come on an exchange of lands.
Walled in by towering rocks and watered by a perennial stream, Petra not only possessed the advantages of a fortress but controlled the main commercial routes which passed through it to Gaza in the west, to Bostra and Damascus in the north, to Elath and Leuce Come on the Red Sea, and across the desert to the Persian Gulf.
Simple protozoa appear in the form of Radiolaria; Lithistid sponges are represented by such forms as Archaeoscyphia, Hexactinellid sponges by Protospongia; Graptolites (Dictyograptus (Dictyonema)) come on in the higher parts of the system.
An attack may come on suddenly, but, in general, begins by a dull aching pain in the brow or temple, which steadily increases in severity and extent, but remains usually limited to one side of the head.
The Italians now come on the scene.
On the day when the Quebec Bill was to come on again, Fox called upon Burke, and the pair walked together from Burke's house in Duke Street down to Westminster.
Although the constitutional disturbance is at first comparatively slight, it increases with the advance of the disease, and febrile symptoms come on attended with urgent thirst and scanty and painful flow of urine.
"If you want to talk later, come on by Bird Songâ€”" "Now!
Don.t you find it odd he was so quick to come on to you?
Sometimes I come on a little too strongâ€”half the time I don't know myself if I'm kidding or serious.
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Fine if you have the bod for it, but come on!
I mean come on folks get real here we are talking about saving higher lifeforms not something insignificant as a flu bug.
The Price is Not Right Come on Down - too cheesy!
I remain a really devout clarets fan, Burnley through and through, " Come on the clarets fan, Burnley through and through, " Come on the clarets " .
If a chick is only going to give the come-on to a guy who's going places either give up or get going!
come-on for the target audience, no siree.
come-on line for a 72-year-old wheelchair-bound woman.
Then let them come on foot; We may not dally time with great command.
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favourefore let my young men find favor in your eyes; for we come on a feast day.
funds allocated by the Executive for free personal care come on top of this.
honest from the start and admit... Continue reading " Come on you Blues!
I suppose it's hard to remember a little romantic idyll when you've just come on top of a tragedy.
We'll come on to implementing this interface later.
kilowatt-hours of electricity, will come on line this year.
Cheers guys .good luck bears and come on the rain!
Set the timer back to come on at a time when he did n't miaow or cause havoc.
The girls come on in short hoop skirts and perform some rather unimpressive modern dance in a pool of light.
progeny show, and had come on well since then.
A: Most students who come on the course are quite recent graduates, and have good undergraduate qualification.
Visitors come on bus trips to view the flowering rhododendrons.
P Come on Daniel, give me all the information or it looks sloppy.
Ah, smile away sweetly now, Come on now, ooh, sweetly smile away, Yes, sir!
sneaky peak of what's to come on the new cd!
synchrotron source due to come on line for users in January 2007.
transliteration fonts come on the CD, as well as the text of the AV and ASV.
Apparently voluntary work is still work - so some guests come on an " educational farm visit " .
I have none in the house now; but if ye come on the morrow ye come on the morrow ye shall have a triple measure.
One member of the R.aad, during a debate in the chamber, called upon the Uitlanders to " come on and fight " for their rights if they wanted them.
"How did these clothes come on me?" cried the child.
I hear he has come on some inspection business, remarked the visitor.
When I saw, your excellency, that their first battalion was disorganized, I stopped in the road and thought: 'I'll let them come on and will meet them with the fire of the whole battalion'--and that's what I did.
Papa, I have come on a matter of business.
That's it, come on!
You've deserved it, that's it, come on!
That's right, young countess, that's it, come on!
Now, hunting is another matter--that's it, come on!
One thing has come on top of another: her rags to buy, and now a purchaser has turned up for the Moscow estate and for the house.
If your betrothed comes here now--there will be no avoiding a quarrel; but alone with the old man he will talk things over and then come on to you.
"No, I've come on my own," answered Pierre, and he went down the hill again, passing the militiamen.
Glowing with the heat and from running, he felt at that moment more strongly than ever the sense of youth, animation, and determination that had come on him when he ran to save the child.
However the goal did come on 28 minutes when City were again a little slow to react to a corner.
Ah, smile away sweetly now, Come on now, ooh, sweetly smile away, Yes, sir !
You may even get a sneaky peak of what 's to come on the new cd !
Diamond is the UK 's new synchrotron source due to come on line for users in January 2007.
Greek, Hebrew and transliteration fonts come on the CD, as well as the text of the AV and ASV.
Apparently voluntary work is still work - so some guests come on an " educational farm visit ".
I have none in the house now; but if ye come on the morrow ye shall have a triple measure.
What are the day center's rates, and do they expect parents to pay even if a child doesn't come on a particular day?
Each product has a certain number of paw points that come on the container or bag.
The timer can be used to come on in the morning, for instance, ensuring that the heater does not need to be left on over night.
One good way to manage lighting is to look at automatic systems that come on and off after a given amount of time.
Sometimes anxiety attacks come on without any warning, and other times something triggers them.
As skinny jeans have become popular, skinny jeans for younger and younger girls have come on the market.
The owner should have a look if there's excessive noise, but not reward the pup with attention, or it will be trained to have the owner come on command.
Cardiac dog parvo symptoms are sparse and come on quite rapidly.
I suggest you do the training recalls three times a day for ten minutes until your dog learns to come on the first call even if he is all the way out on a 26-foot long lead.
Tile mosaics come on meshed backed sheets in various sizes.
As demand increases for organic home goods, more and more products come on the market at affordable prices.
Longer trips might come on the heels of losing a loved one or feeling lonely and wanting a change of scenery.
Since the condition can come on at any time, it is important to safeguard against driving or engaging in dangerous activities.
Simple features that come on your higher-end headsets are lost on inexpensive units.
The enemies wear these crazy futuristic helmets that are easier to target, so when you come on one or two enemies, use this method.
With more imaginative game designers looking to bring more uniqueness to RPG games, more players will come on board to see what the big deal is and get hooked.
The games that come on the disc aren't solely single player games.
Games will come on discs compatible with the Xbox 360's 12x DVD-ROM drive.
Best of all, they usually come on a thin strap that is a few inches long, making it easy to find at the bottom of a purse or diaper bag.
The symptoms come on suddenly, often in the middle of the night.
These drugs are used mainly to relieve sudden asthma attacks or to prevent attacks that might come on after exercise.
While about 50 percent of children diagnosed with JDMS have an acute onset of symptoms, the other 50 percent have what is called a subacute onset, which means that the symptoms are milder and come on more slowly.
Finish with a spritz of hairspray so your style remains intact until the lights come on.
It also features working lights that automatically come on when it is dark.
The candles can be set to come on and off as required.
Since the operative word here is discreet, you probably won't come on to your co-worker in the break room or approach your aerobics instructor immediately after class.
This doesn't mean you come on like gang busters, but it does mean you already have somewhat of an advantage.
I tend to come on to strong at first, but I do not know how not to.
The person then starts to come on to you but because of his /her behavior, you say goodnight and call for a cab.
Fans often enjoy One Life to Live scoops and spoilers because they are able to glimpse previews of what is to come on their favorite ABC daytime drama.
As soaps go, you can be sure that this current cast list will change often as new characters come on and old characters leave..
New players come on the scene and Betty struggles with her new boyfriend Henry, because he got his former girlfriend pregnant.
They typically include a synopsis of daily episodes and many also feature a look ahead at what's to come on future shows.
Available with a red, black, blue or silver background, these watches come on a 32-inch chain and resemble a blinged out version of military dog tags.
These come on various styles such as with sleek leather bands, gold-tone, and other features that make attractive women's watches.
Someone could set the alarm to wake them up at the start of a program and set the snooze alarm to come on after the program.
While the variations described here may sound difficult, once you have the basic rhythm of jumping and turning the rope down, the variations will come on their own and you might even learn some jump rope tricks.
It was Dawson who took some convincing to come on board to the project.
Chrorus - Start, start, start the party/Come on, come on everyone/Let's start, start, start the party/What you waiting for now?
Why not create a reality show that allows them to come on national television and shed those extra pounds?
Some readers might quibble at the inclusion of Raiders of the Lost Ark -- what most like to think of as an action-adventure movie -- in a sci-fi/fantasy site, but come on!
It would be neat to come on as a female superhero.
So I called our producer and told him I was pregnant, and he said come on in and we’ll talk to Brad (Wright) and Rob (Cooper), the creators.
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