pimp

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Drug slang noun A regionally popular term for cocaine
Medspeak verb To interrogate another—especially medical students—mercilessly regarding knowledge of a subject, deriving personal benefit from another’s study without doing so oneself; to embarrass another person by having superior knowledge
Vox populi noun A male who controls one or more prostitutes and arranges clients for them, extracting a fee for his services as middleman and protector

pimp

verb Medtalk To interrogate another mercilessly regarding knowledge of a subject, deriving personal benefit from another's study without doing so oneself

pimp

(pimp)
A person, usually a male, who brokers sexual relationships between one or more sex workers and their customers.
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Barnaby wonders if a local former brothel-keeper could know more than she's letting on.
It is alleged the words used in the sketch suggested he was a brothel-keeper, was engaged in prostitution, that his home was the haunt of undesirables and he was or is involved in racketeering.
PEOPLE living next door to Birmingham's 'Madam Sin' today leapt to the defence of the city brothel-keeper and insisted: "We couldn't wish for a better neighbour".
Cynthia Payne began the decade in jail as a notorious brothel-keeper.
Maggie Le Morvan, a convicted brothel-keeper, came to the Sunday People with photographs - quite good ones - of Wills and Harry enjoying an afternoon's abseiling with chums.
Not only did this notorious brothel-keeper run a multi-million euro operation, the court also heard that some of the women who worked for him were trafficked into Ireland.
CONFESSIONS OF A BRUM BROTHEL-KEEPER Linda Miller has run a brothel masquerading as a 'massage parlour' in Birmingham since 1990.
Otherm winners were Lovejoy star Ian Mcshane for his role as foul-mouthed brothel-keeper Al Swearengen in Deadwood.
The 1987 movie Personal Services starred Julie Walters as the Streatham brothel-keeper who hit the headlines big time when her house was raided by the police in the early '80s and many high- ranking officials were among her clients.
The daughters, however, who are a brothel-keeper, a football club owner, and an ex-junkie - and are played by Louise Lombard, Lorraine Pilkington and Emma Catherwood respectively - fail to convince.