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Hustle

A slang term meaning to cheat or otherwise earn money unethically or illegally.
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The challenges these hustlers faced made them who they are.
These songs fall into a variety of genres and were sampled to illustrate the fact that the hustler mentality cuts across the spectrum in contemporary Kenyan urban music.
A good example is "Only Your Eyes Are Children Now by Charlie Vazquez, a text where one can find the image of the mirror and how a hustler can transform in mirrors to reflect sheer and innocent beauty: "Did the mirrors of my eyes,/ call you through the noise?
Larry Flynt and Hustler Magazine will pay you up to $1 million if we publish your verified story," the ad read.
Congress gets Hustler Magazine, even if it's unwanted [Salt Lake Tribune] Israeli lawmaker tears up copy of New Testament [AlArabiya]
The other three distribution charges and the attempt to incite a child to engage in sexual activity related to contact Hustler made to an undercover police officer in Australia posing as a child.
According to the statement, the combination of A Sapphire Media and Hustler TV will result in an unparallelled library of adult entertainment programmes available across multiple media channels in Europe.
Theresa Flynt, who is vice president of her father's Hustler men's magazines empire, is being sued for sexual harassment by an employee who claims that she manhandled him.
The narrative starts in the New York hustler haunts of 1940s.
AN Oscar-winning Paul Newman and Tom Cruise star in Martin Scorsese''s rousing sequel to 1961''s The Hustler, in which Newman also starred.
THE HUSTLER'S HANDBOOK offers a hilarious account from one of baseball's long-time characters and blends stories, anecdotes and theories into a book rich with lessons on how to operate as a hustler in modern baseball.
Hustler Turf Equipment produces a range of gasoline and diesel-powered mowing equipment for the residential, commercial, industrial and golf markets.