FLIRT


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FLIRTFlinker Leichter Innovativer Regional-Triebzug (German train)
FLIRTFast Light Innovative Regional Train (transportation)
FLIRTFast Ladies Into Riding Together (motorcycle riding club)
FLIRTForward Looking Infrared Tracking
FLIRTFast Linear Intermediate Range Transmission Loss Model
FLIRTFeinberg Library Internet Resource Tracker
FLIRTFree Living Intense Recreation Troupe (Oklahoma)
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"It is probable that she will neither love so well, nor flirt so well, as she might do either singly.
"I understand: she is in love with James, and flirts with Frederick."
At Brighton she will be of less importance even as a common flirt than she has been here.
"I wished to beg you to cease your relations with Miss Miller-- not to flirt with her--to give her no further opportunity to expose herself--to let her alone, in short."
"I am afraid your habits are those of a flirt," said Winterbourne gravely.
"I'm glad you can't flirt. It's really refreshing to see a sensible, straightforward girl, who can be jolly and kind without making a fool of herself.
Though Laurie flirted with Amy and joked with Jo, his manner to Beth had always been peculiarly kind and gentle, but so was everybody's.
In fact, they flirted; and Lydgate was secure in the belief that they did nothing else.
"You need not call me Flirt. 'Tis cruel and untrue.
"I'm not trying to flirt with you, though I suppose you think I am!" Evelyn shot out.
Vronsky openly flirted with Kitty at balls, danced with her, and came continually to the house, consequently there could be no doubt of the seriousness of his intentions.
There was talk of his intrigues with some of the ladies, and he flirted with a few of them at the balls.