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Hustle

A slang term meaning to cheat or otherwise earn money unethically or illegally.
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The Sunday Mercury understands that a team of Hustler executives from both Britain and the US are behind the move.
Flynt opened the first Hustler Club in 1968 and just five years later ran eight strip clubs.
Among the things you're not seeing on TV: testimony about suitcases and grocery bags stuffed with hundreds of thousands of dollars delivered to the Democratic National Committee and the President's legal-defense fund; FBI charts that depict a massive money-laundering scheme involving campaign contributions from China; and a parade of bandits and hustlers who bought their way into the White House.
The biggest cheers from the audience come when Flynt decides to pursue a counter-suit against Falwell for photocopying the slanderous spoof ad that Flynt published in Hustler claiming that Falwell's first sexual experience was with his mother in an outhouse.
According to Hustler's UK boss Mark Cowne, Desmond wants to see British authorities investigate some of Flynt's new titles, such as Barely Legal and Couples, currently on sale in the States.
I heard about her before she ever hit the strip because a hustler has got to know faces and places, so he won't get tripped up by one and get lost in the other.
Given this state of affairs, as well as the nature of Hustler, it follows as the night the day that the magazine should mock Falwell by showing his mother as lewd.
Hustler tag has acquired a political hue, with sudhe personas on the rampage across the land.
I can't spend my entire life on earth as a hustler, and still end up as a hustler in heaven.
Hustler Super 104 and Super Z HyperDrive industrial mower models are now exclusively powered by Vanguard air-cooled V-Twin BIG BLOCK engines from Briggs & Stratton Commercial Power.
Auto Business News-November 17, 2014--The Automotive Researchers' and Journalists' Conference of Japan honours Suzuki Hustler
If her efforts don't produce greater rewards, the hustler is grateful for the opportunity she has been given and quickly finds a new place to create and capture value.