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maniquí
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  • En la película llamada “Maniquí”, el protagonista se enamora de un maniquí femenino, que una noche cualquiera cobra vida.
  • Su cuerpo tan perfecto es un maniquí viviente, con medidas de ensueño.
  • Hay tanto maniquí parlante en Televisa que no habría tenido problemas.

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