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Hustle

A slang term meaning to cheat or otherwise earn money unethically or illegally.
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"It was a great experience working with the actors from Hustle and we had a lot of fun putting together various looks," said Mr Haji.
Paul Wilson, one of the presenters and writers on the show, even said on his Real Hustle blog: "The mark does not know they are filmed by The Real Hustle and they have no idea it's a scam.
By contrast to the hustle club, the show club sports a classy design with management that enforces strict policies concerning dancers' physical appearance, mandatory aerobic and dance training, professional costuming, and accessories.
Ady Burns and Dai Evison of Midnight Hustle with Gareth Kelly of Cyril Jones and Co
But I do have the wisdom of Supreme at my fingertips--a man who wants his brothers to learn how to hustle and win without landing in prison or sending the Dow down 900 points.
Michael Chiklis of The Shield played a squeaky clean police chief on The Commish, and Hustle's Robert Vaughn began his TV career fighting international criminals as The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
(It doesn't help that he chose to bare his soul in a book destined to earn him a six-figure fee.) Charley Hustle apparently believed that his boring tome would answer every question about his past and his immediate reinstatement to baseball's good graces would earn him instant Hall of Fame election.
Small towns don't offer much hustling, though, so after awhile all the hustlers end up trying to hustle each other.
The potential for conflict of interest when lawyers hustle themselves and get into their clients' business ventures is vast and demoralizing.
Summary: Washington DC [USA], Apr 29 (ANI): Actors Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson starrer 'The Hustle' will hit the big screens on May 17 this year.
LONG before the city went disco-crazy, one club brand was banging the high hat for the genre: Hustle. These days, Hustle is one of Liverpool's best-loved brands and is behind the Liverpool Disco festival.
figure By FLORENCE BETT-KINYATTI I launched my first side hustle in September 2012.