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Hustle

A slang term meaning to cheat or otherwise earn money unethically or illegally.
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Locke's team tried to hussle and harry, hoping the dry, artificial pitch would slow Celtic's flow.
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To have any hope of winning, we will have to do to our neighbours what they did to Manchester United a couple of weeks ago - hussle, harry and bustle them out of their stride.
The visitors found the greater hussle, Declan Danaher crossing either side of half-time as Shane Geraghty proved his class.
Fantastic landscapes, ancient woodland, glorious fields, Sherbourne stream, ponds, animal grazing land, numerous lanes and paths for everyone to feel free to enjoy away from the hussle and bustle of everyday life.
That footballer may not be able to do a Cruyff turn without collapsing in a heap, but boy can he run up and down the pitch for 90 minutes, tackle, hussle the opposition when his team doesn't have the ball - and do it three times a week if the fixture list requires him to.
The warning of the tetchiness of elves is also appreciated as I wander around the hussle and bussle of the packing room floor and venture a question to a helper wrapping a train set.
Jaap Stam and Wes Brown are accomplished enough to handle Mark Viduka's bump and hussle style with comfort.