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A gigolo, generally speaking, is a man who lives off women's money.
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And the Mazzettis put but one interpretation upon a young woman who strolls into the soft darkness of the Promenade with a gigolo.
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The gigolo with the beautiful manners hesitated longer than really beautiful manners should permit.
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It was out of this period that there emerged Giddy, the gigolo.
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The gigolo's face, as he took it, was not more inscrutable than Mary's as she watched him take it.
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Naturally, no decent French girl would have been allowed for a single moment to dance with a gigolo.
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A very faint dull red crept suddenly over the pallor of the gigolo's face.
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The gigolo confessed, one day, to understanding some English, though he seemed to speak none.
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Orson J.'s fee, as he handed it to the gigolo, was the kind that mounted grandly into dollars instead of mere francs.
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She did not look at the gigolo, but out, across the blue Mediterranean, and beyond it.
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