Her act lasted about four minutes, and ended in pasties and a G-string.
Place the pasties on a greased baking-sheet, and bake in a quick oven from half an hour to an hour.
There is cold fowl, rabbit-pie, some pasties, and things of that kind.'
There were pasties of all sorts, game, confections and a choice selection of wines.
There is no wyne nor pasties, nor suffycent of flesshe, no bookes for to rede, nor any company.
If there is any of the meat gravy left serve it with the pasties.
They had pasties to eat, and burnt their candles so long as they could keep them alight.
In the wells and springs of that land harboured damsels who fed the wayfarer with meat and pasties and bread.
Probably, in fact, more energy goes into making the pasties than into any other one form of culinary effort.
To my relief Pollie had at last munched her way through the pasties and sweetmeats stowed in her basket.
"adhesive patches worn over the nipples by exotic dancers," 1957, plural diminutive from paste (v.).
Adhesive patches worn over the nipples by nude dancers (1961+)