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pin-up

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈpɪn.ʌp/
a picture of a sexually attractive and usually famous person, especially someone wearing few clothes: Every wall in her bedroom was covered with pin-ups of her favourite pop star. informal a person who is seen in pin-ups: With his perfect college-boy looks, he's the latest teenage pin-up.
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