What's the difference between babealicious and foxy?
(a.) Like or pertaining to the fox; foxlike in disposition or looks; wily.
(a.) Having the color of a fox; of a yellowish or reddish brown color; -- applied sometimes to paintings when they have too much of this color.
(a.) Having the odor of a fox; rank; strong smeelling.
(a.) Sour; unpleasant in taste; -- said of wine, beer, etc., not properly fermented; -- also of grapes which have the coarse flavor of the fox grape.
(1) Though she is sympathetic to his plight, foxy doctor Eve Saks (Jennifer Garner) won't let him.
(2) You won’t find any swing or crooning standards here: just Missy, Kanye, Biggie and Foxy, while some rather good MCs-in-training keep pace on the stage.
(3) 7.09pm BST ET 9 min : Foxy interplay between Ramsey and Giroud at the edge of the area before the Welshman blems a shot into the sidenetting.
(4) The Broken Man miskicks but it comes to Benzema, who throws a foxy dummy before hitting a drive from 20 yards that is deflected and brings a fine save from Weidenfeller.
(5) [3H]6-Desoxy-6 beta-fluoronaltrexone ( [3H]cyclo FOXY) was used to label mu and kappa-binding sites.
(6) The development of the enzootic was seen to be by an increase in the number of microfoci, rather than by a spread of the existing foxi.
(7) 6-Beta-fluoro-6-desoxy-oxymorphone (FOXY) is a fluorinated derivative of oxymorphone originally developed as a potential PET scanning ligand.
(8) Preliminary work (Rothman et al., Neuropeptides 4: 311-317, 1984) demonstrated that [3H]FOXY selectively labeled mu opioid binding sites with low levels of nonspecific binding.
(9) A light trap operated with the calf herd yielded high numbers of Culicoides insignis Lutz (over 18,000 per trap night) along with C. filariferus Hoffman, C. pusillus Lutz, C. leopoldi Ortiz, C. foxi Ortiz, C. limai Barretto, C. diabolicus Hoffman and C. guyanensis Floch and Abonnenc.
(10) In this study the opiate receptor subtypes labeled by [3H]FOXY and [3H]D-ala2-MePhe4, Gly-ol5-enkephalin ([3H] DAGO) were compared using site directed acylating agents and binding surface analysis.
(11) She was the foxy Frenchwoman who'd won medals in the national team in her teens, then worked her way up to chair an American law firm in Chicago , before being invited back to Paris in 2005 as trade minister and promoted two years later to the Treasury.
(12) He looks amazingly well – trim and lively and surprisingly foxy, with thick silver hair and startlingly blue eyes, more like a retired TV presenter than a veteran politician.
(13) Although the data indicated that both ligands selectively label mu opiate receptors, other experiments demonstrated that [3H]DAGO and [3H]FOXY labeled mu binding sites differently.
(14) Additional experiments demonstrated that [3H]FOXY can be used as a high yield photoaffinity label for the mu opiate receptor subtype.
(15) Geri (the oldest Spice, the foxy 70s-styled cartoon one with the streaked hair and perky smile) talks enthusiastically about the feeling of solidarity they get from their fans, the buzz they get when a girl in a place like Japan throws her arms round them and shouts "Girl power!"
(16) There's the relationship between Nyborg and her husband, a foxy academic played by Mikael Birkkjaer , last seen as Ulrik Strange in The Killing 2 , who functions as best friend, tactical adviser, enthusiastic lover and cheerleader.
(17) 'Satisfied' is smoochy soul with one foot in Sly's There's a Riot Goin' On With the playback concluded, its creator takes the makeshift stage with his band but stays off to one side as protegee Tamar and foxy twin sisters Mya and Mandy shake and shimmy their way through hooky originals and infectious covers.
(18) Independent News & Media has sold its 18% stake in Cashcade, the owner of gaming brands including Foxy Bingo, for €15.3m (£13.2m) to digital gambling group PartyGaming.
(19) Costa looked short of sharpness but did produce a foxy drag-back and pass in the 10th minute to dink the ball to Oscar, who dabbed a soft shot wide from 12 yards.
(20) Her sexuality was always emphasised; as recently as 1980, a Norwegian newspaper made jokes about her "bombs" (Norwegian slang for breasts) and she is supposed to have been the inspiration for Leela, Dr Who's foxy sidekick in 1975.