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  • Lacey Nicole Chabert (born September 30, 1982) is an American actress and voice actress, best known for her roles as Claudia Salinger in the television drama Party of Five and as Gretchen Wieners in the movie Mean Girls.
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  • The bikini or two piece is a women's swimsuit with two parts, one covering the breasts, the other the groin and, optionally, part or all of the buttocks, leaving an uncovered area between the two. It is often worn in hot weather, while swimming or sunning.
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  • Scanty underpants
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  • previous part of Lesson 1, work was defined as a force acting upon an object to cause a displacement. When a force acts to cause an object to be displaced, three quantities must be known in order to calculate the work.
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lacey chabert in a bikini - Imaginary Friend
Imaginary Friend
Imaginary Friend
Emma is a married artist struggling with mental illness who lives in the same mansion she grew up in; where during her traumatic childhood with an abusive father, she relied on an imaginary friend for strength. But when Emma's imaginary friend starts reappearing, she becomes fearful that she is once again losing her grip on reality. Desperate to save her marriage and show that she is in control, Emma takes drastic measures to free herself of her torment and her imaginary friend. But things are not as they seem and Emma's ''Imaginary Friend'' may hold all the shocking answers. Imaginary Friend is an intense psycho-thriller that stars Paul Sorvino (GoodFellas), Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls), Ethan Embry (Eagle Eye), Marc McClure (Superman) and was a 2012 ratings hit when it premiered on Lifetime television.

2010 Annie Awards
2010 Annie Awards
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Lacey Chabert in Ghost of Goodnight Lane
Lacey Chabert in Ghost of Goodnight Lane
a film by Alin Bijan
lacey chabert in a bikini
The Pleasure Drivers
The Pleasure Drivers lays out three separate interconnected stories involving an adulterous therapist, a young sociopath call girl, a vicious lesbian hit woman, a white trash kidnapper, and a brain-damaged ex-cult guru. Described as funny, sexy, edgy and dangerous, The Pleasure Drivers energetically explores the dark side of Los Angeles and how it gleefully relates to the gasoline of libido.
Features: Wide Screen Presentation

Considering that Andrzej Sekula, director of The Pleasure Drivers, was Quentin Tarantino's cinematographer on Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, it's not too surprising that this 2005 film sometimes echoes the latter's approach. Indeed, were it not for the fact that the story makes little sense, the dialogue isn't funny, the characters are poorly drawn, and the acting is almost uniformly sub-par, you might think this was the work of Tarantino himself. As it is, Sekula has made a movie that clearly values style over substance, achieving a modicum of the former and almost none of the latter. Screenwriter Adam Haynes' story revolves primarily around a low-life "caregiver" (Lauren Holly) tending to a mentally unstable young man (Angelo Spizzirri) whose father, some kind of cult leader, has been less than forthcoming with the financial support she depends on; her solution is to kidnap the kid's equally weird sister (Steffany Huckaby). Meanwhile, a full-of-himself professor-therapist (Angus MacFadyen) who constantly whispers Freudian drivel into a tape recorder finds himself rejected by his wife and glommed on to by an oversexed student (Lacy Chabert). These folks, along with "a vicious lesbian hit woman" (no, really), come together somewhere in the Southern California desert, where the film mercifully comes to a close. Sekula favors moody lighting and odd camera angles, the better to illuminate a cast of scenery-chewing, unlikable characters drifting through a tale that will intrigue almost no one. The cover blurb notes that The Pleasure Drivers has been "described as funny, sexy, edgy and dangerous." Maybe so, but that description must have come from someone who didn't actually see it. --Sam Graham