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Shares well—intellectually, emotionally, epidermally.
November 24, 2008, 1:40 am
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It’s getting to that time of the semester when everyone is a little more desperate than usual. If I had a hundred dollars lying around, I’d totally splurge for a New York Review of Books personal. Hint hint, Christmas present.

RENAISSANCE WOMAN: exceptionally good-looking, trim Ph.D., divorced, 50, no children. Likes to ski, sail, ride, swim, run. Good dancer, great cook. Loves music, theater, books, a good joke. Seeking reasonable male, 50s, early 60s for companionship, perhaps more. Photo please. NYR Box 50902

SENSUAL, PASSIONATE, successful artist. Quiet beauty, mischievous spark, and heartfelt warmth. Considered fun to be around and completely real. Slender, athletic, very physical, and outdoorsy. Enjoys hiking, cross-country skiing, painting watercolors outdoors, community activism to make the world a better place, dancing, sailing. Relaxed traveler, comfortable anywhere (Maine islands to Cornwall, Greece, Provence). Good company and good sport, enjoys busy, happy life, yet looking for special zing with warm, personable, fit and active, New England area man, 55 through early 70s, for dinners, movies, and perhaps more. (508) 951-1438; tashmoo3@yahoo.com.

ATTRACTIVE, INTELLIGENT, CULTURED. Love Philip Roth, passionate about politics, adore Charlie Rose. Raised two nice kids while working as an educator. Seeking a sophisticated man, 75+, for fun and intimacy. NYR Box 50609.

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